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U.S., Canada agree to close border to ‘nonessential traffic’ amid COVID-19 outbreak

U.S., Canada agree to close border to ‘nonessential traffic’ amid COVID-19 outbreak

The United States and Canada are closing their border to all “nonessential traffic” due to the coronavirus pandemic. Taking to Twitter, President Trump said it will not affect trade,… but didn’t reveal any additional details. The move comes in just… Continue Reading

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Gov’t to take additional measures to stabilize market if needed

Gov’t to take additional measures to stabilize market if needed

South Korea’s Finance Ministry meanwhile says the government and the related authorities will take additional measures to stabilize the market and supply liquidity if needed this is according to the advice a Finance Minister Kim Jung bomber after a meeting… Continue Reading

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Bank of Korea buys US$ 1.2 bil. of gov’t bonds to stabilize market

Bank of Korea buys US$ 1.2 bil. of gov’t bonds to stabilize market

a top story this afternoon South Korea’s central bank has bought around 1.2 billion u.s. dollars of government bonds in order to stabilize the local bond market it was a one-off purchase not quantitative easing which happens over a period… Continue Reading

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[Foreign correspondents ask the Korean government] Korean government’s press conference for….

[Foreign correspondents ask the Korean government] Korean government’s press conference for….
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U.S. Fed slashes interest rates to near zero amid COVID-19 outbreak

U.S. Fed slashes interest rates to near zero amid COVID-19 outbreak

we begin over in the US the US Federal Reserve has slashed its benchmark interest rate to a target range of zero to a quarter of a percent a level not seen since the 2008 global financial crisis the rates… Continue Reading

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[Global Insight] More countries shut borders, blame others… Will COVID-19 hurt globalization?

[Global Insight] More countries shut borders, blame others… Will COVID-19 hurt globalization?

let’s begin an in-depth discussion with experts from around the world Copa 19 has now spread to more than a hundred and forty countries rendering it a truly borderless disease in response a growing number of governments are sealing their… Continue Reading

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S. Korean government mulls over postponing opening of schools until early April

S. Korean government mulls over postponing opening of schools until early April

the South Korean government is mulling the possibility of postponing the opening of schools again now this time until early April as part of its precautionary measures against the coronavirus on Monday related ministries are set to discuss delaying the… Continue Reading

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WHO says Europe is now epicentre of COVID-19

WHO says Europe is now epicentre of COVID-19

and European governments have unveiled stronger measures to combat the corona virus pandemic after a spike in cases and deaths in the region this comes after the World Health Organization said the continent of Europe is now the epicentre of… Continue Reading

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N. Korea releases 3,650 people held in quarantine

N. Korea releases 3,650 people held in quarantine

North Korea says it’s released 3650 people who were held in quarantine because they did not show any symptoms the regime in fact is not yet reported any cases of kovat 19 the North’s state-run Korean Central News Agency reported… Continue Reading

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S. Korea to regulate face mask sales from Monday

S. Korea to regulate face mask sales from Monday

with protective face masks in short supply the South Korean government’s limiting the number of masks each person can buy to two per person per week that take effect takes effect Monday but there will be some exceptions for senior… Continue Reading