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Asian business confidence gains steam, pandemic still top risk
Asian firms turned most optimistic in the fourth quarter this year, a Thomson Reuters/INSEAD survey showed, as business activity picked up in the region and COVID-19 vaccines started rolling out in Western countries ahead of their Asian launch.
Eurozone September business growth halts as services reverse: PMI
Eurozone business growth ground to a halt this month as the service industry slammed into reverse, knocked by a resurgence in coronavirus cases that pushed governments to reintroduce restrictions and citizens to stay at home, a survey showed.
Eurozone business slump eased in June as lockdowns relaxed
The plunge in eurozone business activity caused by lockdowns imposed to stop the spread of the coronavirus eased sharply last month as more businesses reopened and people ventured out, a survey showed on Friday.
Scottish tourism industry could lose £300m when English lockdown eases, warn business leaders
Scotland’s tourism industry will lose £300 million when England lifts lockdown almost two weeks earlier, business leaders have warned.
Rouhani: Iran reopens for business, no end in sight to virus crisis
President Hassan Rouhani said on Wednesday Iran reopened for business as there was no end in sight the coronavirus crisis.
East African business bloc urges support for tourism
The East African Business Council (EABC) has urged countries in the region to make additional funds available for the tourism sector, facing revenue losses of more than $5.4 billion in 2020 due to the novel coronavirus pandemic.
UK virus bailout 'not enough' as flood keeps coming
Every sector of the British economy is suffering and asking the government to do more. Such is the scale of the economic hit that the country is facing from the coronavirus pandemic that even the widening of the government’s bailout last week has failed to assuage business leaders’ concerns. Every sector of the British economy is suffering and asking the government to do more. Such is the scale of the economic hit that the country is facing from the coronavirus pandemic that even the widening of the government’s bailout last week has failed to assuage business leaders’ concerns.
Business travel sector to lose $820b in revenue: Industry group
The global business travel sector is expected to take a revenue hit of about $820 billion, with China accounting for nearly half of the losses, as corporates curb travel plans in the wake of the coronavirus epidemic, an industry body said.
For business, climate change has become real
The debate over climate change intensified over the decade, amid several of the hottest years on record, several extreme weather events and the publication of a wave of reports on warming. That — along with attention to the issue by policy makers in many countries and increasingly heated rhetoric — brought the issue to the doorstep of business, in the form of environmental disclosures, carbon pledges and green investment.
European business leaders lose confidence amid trade tension
A survey of dozens of Europe’s top business executives shows their optimism is waning as trade tensions and other geopolitical uncertainties cloud the outlook for the global economy.
US to extend license for its companies to continue business with Huawei: Sources
The US President Donald Trump administration is set to issue a two-week extension of a license allowing US companies to continue doing business with China’s Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd, two sources familiar with the deliberations said.

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