Daily Archives: May 15, 2020

AKWEL: TURNOVER FOR THE 1st QUARTER OF 2020

                               14 May 2020 TURNOVER FIGURES FOR THE 1st QUARTER OF 2020 Turnover down by 6.6% Outperforming the market in relation to global automotive production A high level of cash flow generation AKWEL (FR0000053027, AKW, PEA-eligible), the automotive and HGV equipment and systems manufacturer specialising in fluid management and mechanisms, has posted consolidated turnover of €273.5m

Asia Pacific Demand for Cloud Solutions Reaches Record High in Q1, ISG Index™ Finds

Regional market continues to be propelled by as-a-service sourcing, even as managed services slumps in response to pandemic SYDNEY, Australia, May 14, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Asia Pacific’s demand for cloud-based as-a-service solutions soared to a new record in the first quarter, even as demand for managed services slumped in response to the coronavirus pandemic,

Watch out for plummeting imports of raw, auxiliary materials: BPS

Jakarta The head of the Central Statistics Agency (BPS) urged to keep a sharp lookout for a fall in imports of raw and auxiliary materials since the industrial, trade, and investment sectors stand to be affected. “One aspect that we must be aware of is the decline in the imports of raw materials and capital

National farm workers’ daily nominal wages increased in April: BPS

Jakarta The Central Statistics Agency (BPS) highlighted that the daily nominal wages of national farm workers in April 2020 reached Rp55,318, a slight rise of 0.12 percent, from Rp55,254 per day in March 2020. “The wages of national farm workers are stable and increased by 0.12 percent,” BPS Head Suhariyanto remarked while holding an online

181 migrant workers from Malaysia land at Tanjung Emas Port

Semarang, C Java Some 181 Malaysia-returned Indonesian migrant workers arrived at the Tanjung Emas Port in Semarang, Central Java, on Friday morning. On arrival at the port, the migrant workers were subject to thermal scanning to check their body temperature in line with the health protocol. Only two of the 181 migrant workers came from