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Covid-19: the changing fortunes of industries and how businesses can thrive

SINGAPORE (July 3): With the Covid-19 pandemic causing unprecedented disruptions, many companies have been compelled to respond with new ways of working and doing business.

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Covid-19 isn’t killing cash, people are just hoarding more of it

(July 3): People appear to be bunkering cash amid the Covid-19 outbreak, according to a study that seeks to debunk the notion that the pandemic was hastening the demise of paper money due to e–comm

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The worst of Covid-19 is yet to come, WHO warns

(June 30): The World Health Organization warned the worst of the coronavirus pandemic is still to come because of a lack of global solidarity. More U.S.

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Dice to resume rolling at Singapore casinos on July 1

SINGAPORE (June 28): Parts of Genting Singapore’s integrated resort can resume business on July 1, said the Singapore Tourism Board and the Ministry of Trade and Industry.

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Singapore and Malaysia to work "expeditiously" to reopen borders for business and daily commute

SINGAPORE (June 27): Singapore and Malaysia have agreed to work “expeditiously” to reopen the borders for business travel as well as for the daily commute made by hundreds of thousands of Malaysian

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The pandemic must end our complacency

(June 26): A sudden shock upends routine decision-making and forces leaders to take urgent action.

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250,000 foreign workers to be cleared of Covid-19 by end July

SINGAPORE (June 25): Some 250,000 foreign workers, or 80% of the total dormitory population, would have been recovered or cleared through testing by end of the next month.

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Singapore eDevelopment shares surged as high as 79% following news of its success against Covid-19 with its biotechnologies

SINGAPORE (June 24): Shares in Singapore eDevelopment (SeD) surged as high as 79% to 10 cents following its announcement of its in-vitro success against Covid-19 with its biotechnologies.

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Surge in Latin American infections and a fresh wave of cases in Beijing brings total number of Covid-19 infections to 9 mil

(June 23): The number of new cases around the globe reached a record, fueled by a surge in Latin America, the World Health Organization said. Total infections surpassed 9 million.

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Seoul confirms second wave of Covid-19

(June 22): Health authorities in South Korea said for the first time on Monday it is in the midst of a “second wave” of novel coronavirus infections focused around its densely populated capital, st

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