SEOUL/TOKYO South Korea and Japan traded fresh barbs on Monday, just days after agreeing to salvage an important intelligence-sharing pact, highlighting the fragile ties between the former wartime foes and allies of the United States. Officials from each side criticized or contradicted comments made by other and in media about whether...
By Norihiko Shirouzu and Paul Lienert May 14 (Reuters) - Electric car maker Tesla Inc plans to introduce a new low-cost, long-life battery in its Model 3 sedan in China later this year or early next that it expects will bring the cost of electric vehicles in line with gasoline...
Written by Aung Khant Oo အောက်တွင် မြန်မာလိုဖတ်ရှုနိုင်ပါသည်။ With COVID-19 seemingly worsening across Myanmar, and the uncertainty of what changes the coming election may bring, there has never been a more crucial time to focus on the financial stability of the country. The key to ensuring stability and safeguarding our future is...
The Thai government last week introduced new stimulus measures intended to boost the lagging economy, amid sluggish exports and a slowdown in private consumption. The government cut its forecast for 2019 growth last week to 2.6% from the 2.7% to 3.2% projected three months ago. Exports have declined amid global...
By Naomi Tajitsu and Kaori Kaneko TOKYO, May 8 (Reuters) - As Japan prepares to ease coronavirus restrictions in some parts of the country, a growing number of the country's businesses are planning to resume operations despite concerns that isolation guidelines were being lifted too early. After a monthlong shutdown brought...
By Sarah Young LONDON, May 20 (Reuters) - Rolls-Royce plans to cut at least 9,000 jobs, or more than a sixth of its workforce, in the latest blows to the UK economy and aviation industry dealt by the coronavirus pandemic. The company, which makes engines for planes such as the Boeing...
Julie Steenhuysen CHICAGO (Reuters) - Over a third of patients treated for COVID-19 in a large New York medical system developed acute kidney injury, and nearly 15% required dialysis, U.S. researchers reported on Thursday. The study was conducted by a team at Northwell Health, the largest health provider in New York...