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    MPs accuse HSBC of aiding China’s Hong Kong crackdown

    The financial institution’s boss strongly rejects MPs criticism of “double-standards” over China’s actions in Hong Kong.

    Covid vaccines: Outrage after on line casino boss jumps queue for jabs

    Rod Baker and his spouse travelled to a distant area and posed as native staff to get the jab.

    Student lease: ‘This would not occur in actual life’

    The BBC has found sharp contrasts in the way in which universities are dealing with lease for unused lodging.

    When sending cash home, timing is vital

    The timing of your cash switch is vital to miximize your return Fluctuating charges a headache for remitters sending cash home? Money switch trade...

    Raast- Pakistan’s instant digital payment system

    Launched on January 11, Raast in another step by the current government towards the digitization of Pakistan. This digital payment initiative by Prime Minister...

    Coronavirus: Seafarers caught at sea ‘a humanitarian crisis’

    Crew are asking to be designated ‘key employees’ to allow them to go home with out risking public well being.

    UK unemployment price continues to rise

    The price rose to five% within the three months to November, as coronavirus continued to hit the roles market.

    LCCI praises PM Khan’s efforts to curb petrol smuggling

    In a statement issued on Monday, he praised the PM’s efforts to curb the menace of petrol smuggling and stressed that concrete steps should...

    ‘A spike in pandemic-related investments’

    EY Africa’s Sandile Hlophe has instructed the BBC that international direct funding in Africa has modified as a result of coronavirus pandemic, however...

    Co-op and Morrisons see queues over funds outage

    The grocery store chains confirmed that an ongoing subject is affecting funds processing in some shops.