Jean-François van Boxmeer, chairman of the Executive Board and CEO, commented: "Obviously, the key focus for us is on running the company through the current unprecedented COVID-19 crisis, with our first priority being the health and well-being of our people. At the same time, we are preparing for the future with these appointments. I am very pleased with Dolf’s choice of Jacco van der Linden leading our Asia-Pacific region, and Soren Hagh leading our Europe region from June 1, 2020. Jacco and Soren have an outstanding track record delivering strong business results, and they both have great leadership, people, and commercial skills. We are confident that Jacco and Soren will be very valuable in our executive team, and in leading the business and respective teams in their regions." … [Read more...] about BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES APRIL 4
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“The [province’s] budget also has its limit while the disease situation remains unpredictable,” Hai said, adding that spending provincial budget to cover the new returnees’ quarantine expenses will set a bad example and encourage others to continue disregarding the social distancing advisory to return to their hometown from big cities. … [Read more...] about Vietnamese province explains charging returnees from Hanoi, Saigon for quarantine costs
In a diplomatic note delivered to a representative of the Chinese Embassy in Hanoi the same day, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Vietnam opposed the incident and requested that the Chinese launch investigations and strictly deal with those involved in the incident. … [Read more...] about Vietnam requests China pay for sunken vessel
A study by the London-based Centre for Mathematical Modelling of Infectious Diseases released last week estimates that as few as 2% of Indonesia's coronavirus infections have been reported. That would bring the true number to more than 89,000 but a serious lack of testing, as with many other nations, means we will never be sure. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: Indonesia grapples with fear of a hidden virus surge
David Orange, an English teacher from the US, said some young teachers who lost teaching jobs as schools closed, became waiters on the first days of the Covid-19 outbreak. However, they later lost the jobs when the bars and shops on streets for foreign backpackers and others also closed. … [Read more...] about How are foreign teachers earning their living in the COVID-19 crisis?