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Cuomo, de Blasio agree: NYC indoor dining not returning anytime soon
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio agree that indoor dining will not return to the city anytime soon, citing a continuous surge in COVID-19 cases.
The bank's boss strongly rejects MPs criticism of "double-standards" over situation in Hong Kong.
The BBC has discovered sharp contrasts in the way universities are handling rent for unused accommodation.
The IMF raises its economic growth estimate on expectations that vaccines will allow activity to recover.
The company is set to burn through more cash than expected this year as Covid hits the travel sector.
The rate rose to 5% in the three months to November, as coronavirus continued to hit the jobs market.
EY Africa's Sandile Hlophe tells the BBC how foreign direct investment in Africa is faring.
Crew are asking to be designated 'key workers' so they can go home without risking public health.