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  1. FILE PHOTO: A woman wooing visitors for her restaurant wears a protective face mask in Tokyo

    Party pooper: Most Japan firms cancel year-end bashes due to COVID-19, survey shows

    Nearly 90per cent of Japanese companies plan to skip year-end and New Year parties to prevent the spread of COVID-19, a private survey showed on ...
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    Analysts boost Singapore's 2017 growth forecast to 2.3%: MAS survey

    Economists polled in the quarterly survey say they also expect the unemployment rate to be 2.4 per cent at year-end.
  3. Religious intolerance on the rise in Indonesia: Survey | Video
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    Religious intolerance on the rise in Indonesia: Survey | Video

    Religious intolerance is on the rise in Indonesia. A survey from Setara Institute showed that religious freedom was violated 109 times in the ...
  4. FILE PHOTO: The logo of German software group SAP is pictured at its headquarters in Walldorf

    SAP users face cost squeeze, pressure to digitalise - survey

    The customers of software group SAP are suffering severe declines in revenue and earnings while at the same time facing intensifying pressure to ...
  5. The spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in New York

    New York stays ahead of London in top financial centres survey

    New York retained the top spot in a survey of global financial centres on Friday, with London strengthening its position in second place just over ...
  6. A trader passes by screens showing Spotify on the floor at the NYSE in New York

    Tech stocks most 'crowded trade' of all time: BAML survey

    Too many investors have piled into U.S. technology stocks, making the sector the most "crowded trade" of all time and difficult to unwind, while a ...
  7. FILE PHOTO: Illustration picture of Wechat app with China flags

    US firms in Shanghai say WeChat ban could hit competitiveness, revenue: survey

    U.S. companies based in the financial hub of Shanghai said Washington's planned ban on Chinese messaging app WeChat could badly hit their ...