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Bad News For Job Market – Asia’s Economy Will Shrink More Than IMF Expected, Especially India, Philippines & Malaysia

The IMF has painted a gloomier picture for Asia. On Wednesday (Oct 21), the International Monetary Fund revealed Asia’s economic contraction this year will be worse than previously thought. In its latest Regional Economic Outlook report for Asia and Pacific, the IMF predicts the region’s economy to shrink by 2.2%, worse than an earlier 1.6% contraction […]

... written on Oct 22 2020

China Punish Australia Again – Recession-Hit Aussie Saw Its A$2 Billion Cotton Industry Targeted

Australia’s economy officially plunged into recession in September after it registered two consecutive quarters of negative growth. Its GDP (gross domestic product) shrank 7% in the April-to-June quarter compared to the previous three months. Not only this is Australia’s first recession in nearly 30 years (since 1991), but also the deepest since the Great Depression […]

... written on Oct 17 2020

Covid-19 Pushes Asia Growth Lowest Since 1967 – 38 Million People Plunge To Poverty With Income Of $5.50 Per Day

No one is spared from the notorious Coronavirus. As the world still struggles to contain the pandemic, the ultimate trail of destruction to be left by the virus is unimaginable. The World Bank has a rough idea. According to its economic update on Monday, the international financial institution said that Asia is projected to grow by […]

... written on Sep 29 2020

Tips When Getting RV Financing

Travelling is one of life’s greatest pleasures. Almost nothing could ever top going to the places that you want and enjoying life there. It can be quite expensive depending on where you are going but it is something that people want to do. For the most part, most would enjoy almost any kind of traveling […]

... written on Aug 08 2020

Covid-19 Third Wave – The 3 Deadly Mistakes From Hong Kong That Every Country Should Avoid

After a short period of celebration, Hong Kong is back to square one. Cinemas are closing their doors again from July 15. Dining at restaurants will be unavailable from 6pm to 5am every day. Mask-wearing is now mandatory on public transport at all times. Group gatherings have been reduced from 50 people to just 4 […]

... written on Jul 22 2020

How Vietnam Won The Coronavirus War And To Emerge The Biggest Winner In Economic Growth In Southeast Asia

Vietnam’s first case of Covid-19 appeared on January 23, 2020. As of July 7, the country had 369 confirmed cases, but with zero deaths. Yes, the country of 97-million people has not reported a single Coronavirus-related death. On top of that, the success story also included 81 straight days of zero local transmission, despite its long border with China.   When […]

... written on Jul 09 2020

Australia Upset! – China Now Uses “Asian Discrimination” To Target Aussie’s A$38 Billion Education Industry

Australia continues to become the punching bag of China as diplomatic tensions between both countries go south after Canberra campaigned for an international inquiry into the source of Coronavirus outbreak. Beijing has mocked Australia, perceived as the U.S. “deputy sheriff” in the Asia-Pacific region, of parroting the U.S. in its call for the inquiry.   While Scott […]

... written on Jun 12 2020

Coronavirus Inquiry Backfired On Aussie – China Slaps Tariffs, Warns It Has The Power To Hurt Australia Economy

Australia was, and is still known as the United States’ “deputy sheriff” in the Asia-Pacific region. That perception was reinforced during John Howard administration, when the Australian prime minister became a key supporter of the 2003 Iraq War, a war started by President George W Bush under the pretext that Saddam Hussein possessed weapons of […]

... written on May 22 2020

Dubai’s New Rule To Combat Coronavirus – Everyone Must Apply For A Permit, Even If You Walk Or Cycle To Buy Grocery

United Arab Emirates (UAE) have imposed a 2-week round-the-clock lockdown in Dubai, which took effect from Saturday night (April 4). The previous night curfew from 8pm – 6am every day, which had been enforced since March 26 appeared to be insufficient in fighting the Covid-19. Its Supreme Committee of Crisis and Disaster Management decided to go […]

... written on Apr 08 2020

After Singapore’s Downgrade, Here’s Why Neighbour Malaysia Could Plunge Into Recession This Year

Singapore’s economy almost came to a standstill in the second quarter of 2019, thanks largely to the US-China trade war. Its economy grew by merely 0.7% last year, down from 3.1% registered in 2018. In essence, it had been the slowest economic growth since the 2009 (when its economy expanded 0.1%) Great Recession. Still, the country […]

... written on Feb 18 2020









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