· UK coronavirus live: test and trace gets under way in England and Scotland →
“The very last thing the travel industry needs,” the letter says, “is a mandatory quarantine imposed on all arriving passengers which will deter foreign visitors from coming here, deter UK visitors from travelling abroad and, most likely, cause other countries to impose reciprocal quarantine requirements on British visitors, as France has already announced.
The China Post
· ‘Didn’t give a damn’: Inside a ravaged Spanish nursing home →
Nearly 45% of the remaining public ones, around 45,000 beds, are additionally offered to be managed by private companies, the vast majority of which are backed by domestic and foreign private-equity firms eager to get a return on typically short-term investments.
· Cango, Inc. (CANG) CEO Jiayuan Lin on Q1 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
In particular, low- and mid-range car models as well as costs produced by domestic manufacturers were impacted more than high-end car models and those manufactured through joint ventures with foreign firms.
· Foreign investors bullish on these two sectors despite fleeing other Indian stock market →
Foreign investors might be fleeing the Indian stock market amid tumultuous times but their liking for Indian banking and financial services sector along with technology stocks is still visible.
· Lowe can't go lower - Morrison will have to lift the bar →
Tapering the wind-down of JobKeeper, closing it off to those parts of the economy that don't need it, targeting at those parts that do need it (such as firms reliant on foreign tourism) - all were put on the agenda by Lowe.
The Japan Times
· Canadian court rules against Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou fighting extradition →
On Wednesday his foreign minister, Francois-Philippe Champagne, said Canada would “continue to pursue principled engagement with China to address our bilateral differences and to cooperate in areas of mutual interest.”
· Dominic Cummings creates a very British scandal →
And yet, there was no crime, no victim, no illicit affair with a foreign spy, no elaborate cover-up, no break-in, no scurrilous leak, no abuse of office, nor peddling of influence.
· Malaysia in good position to benefit from Japan’s economic stimulus package, says ambassador →
He said in order to attract foreign investments, Malaysia should give tax incentives besides allowing movement of foreigners to facilitate business activities locally.
The Japan Times
· What Hong Kong losing its ‘special status’ would mean →
China has promised countermeasures against any foreign “interference.”
· 11 new Covid-19 cases, all returnees →
The four other cases were male construction workers aged 39-51 who had been in the employ of a foreign company in Kuwait.