· Lights, camera, action in Covid19 lockdown? Not immediately, say filmmakers as they work out govt restrictions →
How can you have that many ambulances and doctors there when they are in shortage?” he asked.
· Beating the blockade: How Qatar prevailed over a siege →
In the days and weeks following the dispute, cargo ships and hundreds of planes laden with food from Turkey, Iran, Oman, Morocco and India entered Qatar to ensure there were no critical shortages of supplies.
The New York Times
· With Fewer People in the Way, Transportation Projects Speed Ahead →
Work-force shortages because of illness among transit workers — who often act in a support role to construction work — delayed some projects in March and April.
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· The Farmers of Instagram →
So as news broke of shortages at grocery stores, farmers started setting up stands and markets, where they instituted social-distancing practices and even offered contactless pickup.
· 'Bigger, stronger, fitter': Eels coach praise for Gutherson →
Gutherson told the Herald earlier this year no shortage of his Manly mates sold him the dream of returning to the northern beaches.
· The Russell Reconstitution Could Dial Up ETF Ownership For These Select Stocks →
There are certainly no shortages of explanations for the market’s continuing advance, the most popular being the hope that a rapid re-opening and government largess will blunt the recession, but we think a simpler explanation is always better.
· Tens of thousands of council workers in NSW in line for pay rises →
The offer was also designed to help overcome significant skills shortages across a range of local government jobs, especially in regional and rural areas, she said.
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· Malaysia farms face $3 billion hit from palm oil worker shortage →
The coronavirus pandemic has left Malaysia’s palm oil industry without enough workers, a shortage that could cost farmers as much as 25 percent of their annual production — a loss worth about $2.8 billion.
· Stats Dept: Agriculture, fishing and livestock impacted by MCO, sales drop and supply chain affected →
It added that breeding operations may be affected in the event of a food stock shortage.
· Rubber demand expected to return to positive growth in June →
It is also supported by positive growth of the global crude oil market, which is currently at US$35 per barrel, and a global shortage of natural rubber supply, as world’s rubber production is expected to decline 2.3 per cent to 13.43 million tonnes in 2020 compared to the previous year due to the movement control order (MCO) and the wintering season in rubber producing countries.