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· Coronavirus: Three former PMs among world leaders calling for $2.5 trillion emergency package for developing countries →
The world leaders’ letter cited United Nations warnings of a world-wide recession reversing three decades of improved living standards and plunging over 420 million more people into extreme poverty.
· (2nd LD) Seoul to resume WTO complaint over Tokyo's export curbs, door for talks still open →
South Korea's outbound shipments fell for the third consecutive month, plunging 23.7 percent on-year in May.
· Star Bulk Reels From Trade Recession, Could Soar With Recovery →
Coronavirus impact on trade hit shipping rates in Q1 and Q2; the stock plunged.
· Plunging cost of wind and solar marks turning point in energy transition: IRENA →
LONDON: Plunging costs of renewables mark a turning point in a global transition to low-carbon energy, with new solar or wind farms increasingly cheaper to build than running existing coal plants, according to a report published on Tuesday.
· Natgas flows to US LNG export plants sink to 9-month low due to coronavirus →
Worldwide gas prices have plunged to record lows in Europe and Asia as lockdowns squeeze demand.
· Coal India rating: 'Buy'; Ready to respond to demand revival →
In our view, FY21 is likely to be challenging with volumes dropping to mere ~535mt and Ebitda plunging 39% y-o-y to Rs145 bn.
The Japan Times
· Let’s discuss the drop in tourism numbers →
As travel restrictions have been put in place globally, the number of Japanese nationals who left the country in April plunged 99.8 percent from a year earlier to 3,900, according to the data from the agency.
· (4th LD) Korea's Q1 growth revised up, but further contraction in store in Q2 →
Private consumption plunged 6.5 percent on-quarter, apparently on reduced spending caused by the spread of the new coronavirus, marking the sharpest drop since the first quarter of 1998, when the country was struggling to overcome the economic hit from the Asian financial crisis.