The EU’s 27 member states are responding to certain recession with individual spending plans, in which rich countries like Germany and the Netherlands have the means to spend big but indebted Spain (health workers pictured) and Italy do not. — AFP/VNA Photo … [Read more...] about EU ministers to agree virus rescue plan, not ‘coronabonds’
“I believe chatbots could create an ecosystem connecting users and bringing changes to the world’s technology and trade situation. Especially, firms are urged to accelerate digital transformation after damages caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. It was the reason that NextTech Group invested in the platform,” he said. … [Read more...] about NextTech invests in chatbot platform
In the first two months, its exports have expanded by 8%, FDI inflows amounted to US$2.5 billion and retail sales were up by 5.4%, the bank said, noting that while prospects remain favorable for the Vietnamese economy in the medium term, GDP growth will be affected negatively by the recent coronavirus outbreak, now a global pandemic. … [Read more...] about BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES APRIL 7
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Also, even before the outbreak, Indian farmers were struggling. Low crop prices had led to a massive slowdown of rural consumption. "Even in normal times," said Mr Chowdhary, "farming has become unviable." Some 200,000 farmers have committed suicide in India since 1997. Most of the suicides have been linked to poverty, debt, a sharp rise in costs and crop failures due to pest attacks … [Read more...] about Will coronavirus lockdown cause food shortages in India?