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Hong Kong home prices slip again
Hong Kong homes prices dipped in April, with analysts predicting the market to come under renewed pressure from Beijing's controversial plan to impose a security law tailor-made for the recession-hit city.
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UK would ‘finance torture’ by giving gold to Venezuela, warns Guaidó
Cash-strapped Maduro regime tries to seize $1bn in bullion from Bank of England
Covid-19 victim buried at midnight in Murang'a
The deceased operated his taxi business in Nairobi where he lived with his family
Bruxelas vai dar 770 mil euros por hora a Portugal
Para grandes males, grandes remédios. Depois de um início frágil e conflituoso, a União Europeia prepara-se para dar uma resposta à crise provocada pela pandemia da covid-19.
Bancos têm até hoje para enviar ao regulador planos de prevenção do branqueamento de capitais
Os bancos têm até hoje para enviarem ao Banco de Portugal os planos de financiamento e os relatórios de prevenção do branqueamento de capitais e financiamento do terrorismo, depois dos prolongamentos dos prazos devido à covid-19. Numa situação normal, estes relatórios já deveriam ter sido enviados pelos bancos, mas o regulador ...
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Beijing Threatens Hong Kong's Companies and Workers
Beijing is using fear and pressure to drum up support for its increasingly hard-line stance in the Asian financial capital, threatening its status as a global business center.
Insurance industry settles Sh108m Covid-19 claims
Association of Kenya Insurers (AKI) Executive Director Tom Gichuhi said the claims are expected to increase as the pandemic persists
Foreign students rethink US business schools
With the coronavirus still spreading, social gatherings like the sailing trip organised by students are on hold
Stocks erase losses as worries over China tensions fizzle
Worries that the Trump administration would pull out of the deal with the worldâs second-largest economy weighed on the market for much of the day
Not just another day at the office: Rethinking Japan’s business culture amid the COVID-19 pandemic
The workplaces that employees nationwide are slowly returning to are unlikely to be the same as the ones they left when the COVID-19 pandemic emerged.