· CMCO food take-away: Head to Subang Square for the famous Subang SS15 'vadai', 'rojak' and 'cendol' →
It's pretty mild though but it still makes a cool relief during these humid days.
The New York Times
· Coronavirus Briefing: What Happened Today →
But there are signs that may slip as federal relief programs expire.
The China Post
· CBO projects virus impact could trim GDP by $15.7 trillion →
The two had requested the information as a way to pressure Republicans to follow the lead of the House and pass more economic relief.
· History Will Judge the Complicit →
For tormented intellectuals, collaboration also offered a kind of relief, almost a sense of peace: It meant that they were no longer constantly at war with the state, no longer in turmoil.
· (3rd LD) S. Korea's Q1 growth revised up but still lowest in over decade →
The only relief came from increased government spending, which added 1.4 percent from three months earlier.
· European shares gain as recovery hopes boost cyclicals →
Investors also took relief as US President Donald Trump left the Phase One trade deal intact even as he began the process of ending special treatment for Hong Kong in response to China’s plans to impose new security legislation in the territory.
· (2nd LD) S. Korea's economy shrinks at less-than-expected rate of 1.3 pct in Q1 →
The only relief came from increased government spending, which added 1.1 percent from three months earlier.
The New York Times
· Coronavirus to Shave Trillions From the Economy Over 10 Years →
The estimate, requested by Senators Chuck Schumer of New York, the Democratic leader, and Bernie Sanders, independent of Vermont, is likely to become wrapped in the continuing debate in the Senate over another coronavirus relief package, as Republicans urge restraint while Democrats push for another large round of spending.
· Biden vows to address institutional racism if elected →
In response, Biden promised he would make sure that an economic relief package he tries to pass within the first 100 days of his presidency would correct the “institutional structures” and “economic structures” that the black community needs to succeed.