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· Supreme Court rejects challenge to limits on church services →
Health and safety standards are expected to be released Friday afternoon.
· Author Of High Finance Explains Why Tech Leads The Way As Dollar Devalues →
From a macro perspective, Logan believes we could have a tech-led GDP growth cycle in the next 20 years, while US standard of living begins to fall.
· Raw jute prices come down to below MSP due to low capacity utilisation of mills →
Although the jute industry is geared up to operate with staggered shift and social distancing and IJMA had also hired PriceWaterhouseCoopers to create standard operating procedures for running jute mills in complete safety under Covid -19 circumstance, the state has been maintaining reservations in regards to operation of jute mills.
· Bad tempered post-Brexit talks enter crucial phase →
Britain refuses to make commitments to match EU standards on health, environment, state aid and other concerns in order to win the deal -- something known as maintaining the level playing field.
· Attention Zoom users! Update your app now if you want to keep using it →
Previously, Zoom relied on the AES-256 ECB encryption standard.
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· Resilience, stubborn determination and nimble adaptability – there is still hope for Hongkongers →
He has written for the pre-Alibaba South China Morning Post, The Standard, Asia Times and Asia Sentinel.
· Finance minister says Malaysia set for recovery in 2021 with most employees back at work →
“As long as we do not have a vaccine, we need to follow the standard operating procedures set by the government.
· Reform at last: adultery will no longer be a crime in Taiwan →
Frederick Rawski, regional director, Asia and the Pacific, with the International Commission of Jurists, said decriminalising adultery would bring Taiwan into line with international standards set out in the ICCPR and other UN treaties, such as the Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination Against Women.
· Box Hill Institute slapped with flight school class action →
Gordon Legal is representing almost 200 students in a case that alleges the teaching standards were so low that many of the students did not meet Civil Aviation Safety Authority requirements to obtain a commercial pilots licence.