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Biden Presents $2-T Infrastructure Plan To US Public

US President Joe Biden presented his USD2-trillion plan to revitalize America's infrastructure, seeking a tax hike on corporations to cover its costs.

45th International Famous Furniture Fair (Dongguan) Closes With New Record Of Visitors

The Guangdong Modern International Exhibition Center, the most famous furniture sourcing exhibit in the country, had set a new record of 192,551 visitors in total.

Hong Kong Airlines To Trial ‘Travel Pass’ In Support Of Travel Recovery

Hong Kong Airlines will trial a 'digital health passport' as part of the carrier's ongoing contributions towards the safe reopening of borders and international travel.

World Leaders Urge For Treaty To Protect Countries From Pandemics

World leaders believe that a global settlement is needed to protect countires in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Japan To Fund Agri Dev’t Projects In PH

Tokyo is funding three separate agricultural projects in the Philippines through Japanese non-government organizations.

Filipino Caregivers, Students Get Free Vaccine In Israel

Thousands of Filipino caregivers, students, and diplomats have received free Covid-19 vaccines in Israel.

WHO To Allocate 227M COVAX Shots By End Of May

WHO chief said Tuesday, 237 million COVAX vaccines will be delivered to 142 economies and countries by the end of May.

Myanmar Repatriation Testament To PH Commitment To Assist OFs

The Philippine government helps 139 Filipinos to get back home due to the political situation in Myanmar.

Preparations On Track For 2022 Beijing Winter Olympic Games

Matutuloy kaya ang 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics?

Rich Countries At Risk Of Their Own Vaccine Nationalism

“No economy is safe until every economy is safe," said Sebnem Kalemli-Ozcan a professor of economics and finance at the University of Maryland College Park hoping that developed countries will come to help the vulnerable ones.

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