|national and international||国内および国際|
· Protestors take a knee outside Trump Hotel in New York City →
Tens of thousands of protestors taking a knee in front of Trump International Hotel in NYC.
· Malaysians need to learn to be angry about the right things →
One justification for that, I was told, was because we have little good international representation that we must defend it at all cost.
· Visa Inc. (V) Presents at MoffettNathanson's 2nd Annual Payments, Processors, and IT Services Summit (Transcript) →
So, the international markets are not all one camp.
· US tennis chiefs mull US Open-Cincinnati double-header →
Covid-19 has wreaked havoc with the international tennis calendar, which has ground to a standstill since the crisis erupted.
· Ighalo elated by ‘dream’ Man Utd extension →
The Nigeria international, a lifelong United fan, joined the club on loan from Shanghai Shenhua in January due to the Covid-19 situation then prevailing in China.
· Hubspot: Showing Strength On All Fronts →
Hubspot's revenue has also been powered by its international growth, which now makes up 42% of Q1 2020 revenue compared to 22% in Q3 2014.
· Readers reminisce as two MPH bookstores in Klang Valley close on June 6, others to follow suit →
The same goes for sisters Ada and Ariffa Sharifuddin, the former an English teacher at an international school in Klang Valley while the latter is now studying teaching English as a second language.
· Looking For A Clickbait Way Of Saying 'Consolidation' (Technically Speaking For 6/2) →
Since Australia is more trade-dependent, the bank's observations about the international environment carry a bit more weight.
The New York Times
· U.S. Returns Iran Scientist in Possible Precursor to Prisoner Exchange →
American officials tried to send him back to Iran in March, flying him around the United States nine times in an attempt to put him on a flight with connections to Iran, but the pandemic lockdowns canceled almost all international air travel.
· Nissan sees cost of quitting Barcelona at up to $1.7 bil, source says →
A credit card exclusively for foreigners living in Japan, such as international students and company employees.