Together with Bordier, MB Private will organize a series of events designed to give its clients a first-hand look at wealth management solutions. The knowledge sharing sessions will focus on topics such as succession planning and investments in real estate, aiming to spark conversation and ideas among like-minded private clients. … [Read more...] about MB launches wealth management arm
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The transport ministry is told to re-direct flights starting or transiting from virus-hit areas of RoK to land in Vân Đồn airport in Quảng Ninh Province, Phù Cát airport of Bình Định, and Cần Thơ airport in Cần Thơ - effectively avoiding the busier airports of the country in the capital city of Hà Nội and HCM City. … [Read more...] about PM signed new directive to strengthen the fight against COVID-19
Across a large swathe of northern India and north-central China, meeting WHO standards year-round for PM2.5 pollution would increase life expectancy up to six or seven years, according to the Air Quality Life Index, developed by researchers at the Energy Policy Institute of Chicago. … [Read more...] about Micro-pollution ravaging China and South Asia: study
The losses on the Dow and S&P 500 in the US wiped out their gains for the year. Firms such as Nike, Apple and Walt Disney, which do major business in China and rely on it to make goods, were some of the hardest hit, with shares down more than 4%. … [Read more...] about Global stock markets plunge on coronavirus fears
The director of the South Korean Centre for Disease Control, Jung Eun-kyeong, suggested at a press briefing that "there is a possibility that the characteristics of many people sitting close together in a very confined space and holding service for more than an hour" would have led to "a few who were exposed infecting many other infectees". … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: Why did infections shoot up South Korea?