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— SOUTH KOREA PUSHES CODES: South Korea is reporting a steady rise in cases around the capital as officials push to require entertainment venues to register their customers with smartphone QR codes so they can easily be located if needed.
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Pubs, registered clubs and casinos, and cellar doors that serve food are also allowed to open their dining areas.
· Syed Saddiq has no right to speak under Bersatu banner, says former aide →
“He is free to join any other registered organisation, but he no longer has the right to speak using the Armada or Bersatu name, especially in his attempts to make allegations and meddle with party matters,” he said.
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Manny splits his professional time as a registered U.S. biotech patent attorney who has been practicing for over 20 years, and founder of AMP, where he leads a team in analyzing and investing in public biopharma companies.
· S. Korea to test QR codes at nightclubs, eateries, cinemas to contain virus →
Under the plan, the government plans to test the digital entry registers at 19 facilities in Seoul, Incheon and Daejeon from Monday to Sunday before expanding the system across the country.
· Print: Struggling for revenue →
Although news websites and apps registered a spike in traffic, it did not bring in ad money.
Hong Kong Free Press
· Censorship concerns as Hong Kong Companies Registry grills startup over political stance →
The Coming Dawn said that it decided in late-March to register as a limited company after giving consideration to business sustainability,
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