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  1. FILE PHOTO: Official goods are didplayed at a Tokyo Olympics 2020 souvenir shop in Tokyo, Japan

    Survey finds 77per cent of Japanese think Olympics "cannot be held" next year

    A wide-ranging survey conducted by the Japan News Network (JNN) found that 77per cent of those questioned said that the Tokyo Olympics "cannot be ...
  2. FILE PHOTO: The Google logo is pictured at the entrance to the Google offices in London

    US HR executives see working from home as part of new normal: survey

    More than three out of four U.S. human resource executives think more employees will continue to work from home even after the threat of the novel ...
  3. Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Massachusetts

    Over 80per cent of US small businesses expect longer impact of pandemic: survey

    Eighty-one percent of small U.S. companies surveyed by Veem, a global payments network, expect the new coronavirus pandemic to affect their ...
  4. FILE PHOTO:  Cars jam a major thoroughfare at evening rush hour in the Central Business District in

    Most US firms have no plans to leave China due to coronavirus: survey

    The majority of American companies in China have no plans to relocate production or sourcing activities to other parts of the country or abroad ...
  5. FILE PHOTO: The Wall Street sign is pictured at the New York Stock exchange (NYSE) in the Manhattan

    US businesses see big hit from coronavirus, Fed survey shows

    U.S. businesses expect a "very large and very negative impact" from the coronavirus pandemic and efforts to slow its spread, according to a survey ...
  6. FILE PHOTO: Pedestrians walk past the Bank of England in the City of London

    British public unprepared for BoE rate cut: survey

    Almost none of the British public surveyed by the Bank of England last month expected it would soon need to cut interest rates, a BoE report ...
  7. Sleeping photo HERO

    Singaporeans are now getting more sleep, but not many are satisfied: Survey

    The findings were published in a study by Royal Philips to commemorate World Sleep Day on Mar 13. Among the things that are keeping us up: Stress ...