Japanese businesses in India shrink first time in 11 years
By Atul RanjanNEW DELHI, NNA - The total number of Japanese business establishments in India declined for the first time in 2019 in over a decade amid growing calls from investors to further improve the country’s business climate.Data released by the Japan embassy in India on Aug. 31 shows the number of Japanese business units in the country had fallen by 1.6 percent, from 5,102 in October 2018 to 5,022 a year later. This marked the first decline since 2008 when the figure from 838 units kept rising till it slipped last year.The latest data also shows that the total number of standalone Japane...
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New measures in Larnaka District due to increasing number of COVID cases
Cyprus Minister of Health issued on Wednesday a decree for the Larnaka District due to the increasing positive cases of COVID-19. The new measures announced will come into effect at 0600 hours local time on Thursday 24 of September and will be valid for a period of two weeks.It is announced that the Cyprus health authorities will begin sample testing of 3,000 people in the Larnaka District with immediate effect.According to a press release by the Ministry of Health, the Minister of Health issued on Wednesday a Decree for the Larnaka District aiming at stopping the spread of the virus and prote...
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Jordan reports its highest number of COVID-19 cases in a single day
Jordan reported 634 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, its highest daily count since the start of the pandemic in March, and health officials warned the novel coronavirus was spreading fast across the country.“This huge rise proves that personal measures from social distancing and wearing masks are crucial to protect our people,” Health Minister Saad Jaber said in a statement.The kingdom has reported a total of 5,679 COVID-19 cases and 33 deaths from the coronavirus since the pandemic began.Infections have quadrupled over the last month as the coronavirus resurfaced in a second wave that pushed th...
The Middle East Monitor
Active Covid19 Cases Now 507
Active cases of coronavirus in Ghana as of September 18, 2020, were 507.President Nana Akufo-Addo announced this on Sunday night, September 20, as he delivered his 17th update on measures being taken to curb the spread of Coronavirus in Ghana.According to him, “when I delivered update No. 16, exactly three weeks ago, the number of recorded active cases, that is persons with the virus, stood at one thousand, eight hundred and forty-seven (1,847).”He added that “this number, as at Friday, 18th September 2020, has reduced considerably to five hundred and seven persons (507).”He noted that “there ...
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Klopp explains shirt number for Liverpool signing Jota
Liverpool signing Diogo Jota will take the No20 shirt.The former Wolves striker compeleted a mooted £45m move to Anfeld on Saturday. Adam Lallana vacated the No20 shirt following his move to Brighton.Reds boss Jurgen Klopp said: "It's a nice number, No.20. Confident as well, did I mention that? All good. I'm pretty sure Adam is completely fine with that. Both obviously really good footballers – different players, but really good footballers."Both run a lot, so at least the shirt is used to that! There will be a lot of sweat after the game!"Copyright 2020 tribalfootball.com Pty Ltd. All rights ...
Azerbaijani Central Bank unveils number of borrowers with restructured loans
By TrendThe Central Bank of Azerbaijan (CBA) has provided liquidity to the banking sector for 1 billion manats ($588.2 million) since the beginning of 2020, the bank’s Board Chairman, Elman Rustamov said.Rustamov made the statement at the meeting of the Council of Cooperation with Entrepreneurs of Azerbaijan under the Management Board of CBA held on September 16, 2020, Trend reports.The meeting was attended by representatives of the National Confederation of Entrepreneurs Organizations, Azerbaijan Banks Association, entrepreneurs, and representatives of the banking sector, as well as other rep...
Miley Cyrus has recorded a number of new songs about her split from Liam Hemsworth
Miley Cyrus has recorded a number of new songs about her relationship with Liam Hemsworth.The 27-year-old singer first started dating the 30-year-old actor in 2009, before tying the knot in 2018 and splitting last year and Miley's new material is set to detail their break-up.According to The Sun newspaper's Bizarre column, unreleased track 'Win Some, Lose Some', contains the lyrics: "Last night was the nail in the coffin, Lord knows we were already dead. Look back and the memory's haunted, can't believe we did it again, yeah. Can't count all the times that I faked it, thank God for the thought...
EdoDecides2020: Low Turnout, Vote-Buying Characterise Polls
As voters in Edo State turned out on Saturday to elect a new governor, the exercise was marred by low turnout of voters and vote-buying in most of the voting centres visited by Sunday Tribune. This was just as the COVI-19 protocol of social distancing took the backstage as the protocol was abandoned.At Emokpae Model Primary School, Oredo ward 4, where Governor Godwin Obaseki of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) voted, the turnout was not impressive with the number of 10 voting units at the centre.Governor Obaseki who arrived at the centre at 10.22 am and joined the queue for accreditation and...
The Number Of Covid-19 Infections Hit 30 Million Globally
Commenting on the number of COVID-19 infections and today’s trading Gorilla Trades strategist Ken Berman said:Q2 2020 hedge fund letters, conferences and moreThe major indices are all trading midday following a choppy and active morning session on Wall Street. A host of options contracts are expiring today, and that will likely have a major impact on price action throughout the day, causing sudden spikes across the board, with the general sentiment still being remains slightly bearish among traders. The Nasdaq and large-cap tech stocks, in particular, continue to be under pressure, as bulls an...
Japan receives 8,700 visitors in Aug., down 99.7% from year ago
Japan received an estimated 8,700 foreign travelers in August, down 99.7 percent from a year earlier, amid the coronavirus pandemic, though showing a month-on-month pickup in volume, government data showed Friday.The number of visitors more than doubled from the previous month's estimated 3,800 and increased even further from May's 1,663, the lowest figure since the government began compiling such statistics in 1964, according to the data released by the Japan Tourism Agency.Still, the latest figure marked the 11th consecutive monthly decline since last October, when the number of South Korean...