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The COVID-19 pandemic's had a huge impact on Asia's travel and tourism sectors. International tourist arrivals were down by more than 60% in the Asia-Pacific region in March. Now, as the travel industry begins to regain momentum, how will Asia turn around its tourism fortunes?
Nearly one in three of easyJet’s pilots in the UK could be facing losing their jobs, as the budget carrier considers closing bases at three airports in the country.
Airbus is to cut 15,000 jobs as it faces “the gravest crisis this sector has ever experienced”.
The COVID-19 pandemic has dealt a devastating blow to European and international travel, including aviation. Now, as the travel industry re-starts its engines, what challenges does it face in getting travellers on the move again?
The COVID-19 pandemic is the biggest crisis since the Second World War, with more than a third of the global workforce at risk of "drastic" layoffs and wage cuts, warns the International Labour Organization.
With bars and restaurants closed, Czech microbreweries have had revenue cut and been left with soon-to-expire beer.
Bank of England cuts interest rates from 0.25% to 0.1% amid coronavirus-sparked economic turmoil
Budget airline Ryanair says it will ground nearly all flights from next week due to coronavirus
The Federal Reserve cut its benchmark interest rate by a half-percentage point in an effort to boost the economy in the face of the spreading coronavirus.
It's worth €500 million to Barcelona every year. So how are businesses managing without it?
Two businesses, two very different perspectives on how to cope with the lack of clarity around the EU-UK's future trading relationship.
China said the trade deal with the US was "``good for China, the US and for the whole world`".
The European Union's proposed "carbon border tax" on imports could introduce uncertain and harmful factors to otherwise friendly cooperation in climate talks, an adviser to China's negotiating team at a United Nations conference said on Wednesday.
Facebook issues first correction notice at Singapore's request
Dubai Ports becoming an important investor in ports management is one example of current integration.
But green groups question whether carbon offsetting delivers a big enough cut in emissions.
A video posted to the Facebook page of the Conservative Party appears to show shadow Brexit secretary Keir Starmer unable to answer a question from a TV show host - but this has been doctored.