Japanese business leaders and a Nobel-prizewinning biologist called upon the government to reform its vaccination programme, including allowing drive-through inoculations, as the nation struggles to contain a resurgence of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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URUMQI, 29 septembre (Xinhua) — Selon le bilan établi en août cette année, les institutions financières de la région autonome ouïgoure du Xinjiang, dans le nord-ouest de la Chine, ont accordé 201,2 milliards de yuans (environ 29,5 milliards de dollars) de prêts à 26.000 micro, petites et moyennes entreprises pour atténuer l’impact du COVID-19.
Businesses say current border restrictions are affecting their bottom lines
Fukuoka – Canadian Ken Boisjoly-Moreau and his girlfriend traveled to Japan four times over the course of two years, “fell in love” with the country and started studying Japanese. The pieces were falling into place to fulfill their goal of living in Japan when Boisjoly-Moreau was offered a job at a multinational company’s Japanese subsidiary. It was a win for his employer as well, as people with his specialty in cybersecurity are hard to find in Japan, and the company had been looking for someone to fill the position for over a year and a half.
Quelque 200 dirigeants et employés d’entreprises allemandes étaient à bord de l’avion-charter, géré par Lufthansa. Plus de 5200 entreprises allemandes sont implantées en Chine, selon la Chambre de Commerce germanique.
Two Japanese companies said Friday they have started recalling all undelivered cloth masks they supplied under Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s mask distribution program to address the novel coronavirus pandemic, following numerous complaints of tainted products earlier this month.