Corporate Corner

8 April, 2020 12:00 AM printer

Corporate Corner

A general view of a livestock market almost deserted as a result of the lockdown imposed by the state government to contain the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus at Iheri Kara Market in Ogun State, southwest Nigeria on Monday. The lockdown of Lagos, Nigeria's economic hub has set food vendors at loggerheads with consumers . While food vendors are complaining of low patronage as securities operatives intensify enforcement of the sit-at-home order to contain the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus, consumers are blaming the arbitrary hike in prices of foodstuffs across the state to trader's insensitivity to the suffering of the people. Traders attribute the price hike of food items on restriction of vehicle movement by security operatives enforcing the lockdown and difficulties in transportationing goods from rural areas to the metropolis.


A man walks past an advertisement for the Samsung Galaxy S20 5G smartphone at a telecom shop in Seoul on Tuesday. Samsung Electronics' operating profits inched up 2.7 percent in the first quarter, the world's biggest manufacturer of smartphones and memory chips estimated Tuesday.


This photo taken on Monday shows employees working at a photoelectric production line at a factory in Wuhan in China's central Hubei province.


(L-R) CEO of Styria Media Group Markus Mair, Austrian Minister of Agriculture, Regions and Tourism Elisabeth Koestinger (OeVP), Austrian Economy Minister Margarete Schramboeck (OeVP) and CEO of Austrian Post Georg Poelzl give a press conference on the novel coronavirus Covid-19 pandemic on Tuesday in Vienna.


Abul Khair Group Deputy Managing Director Abu Syed Chowdhury hands over a cheque for PM’s relief fund to Prime Minister’s Principal Secretary Dr Ahmad Kaikaus at PMO in the capital recently.