For people taking part in the survey in the age group of 65 and over, around half of their payments were in cash in both 2016 and 2019. About 78 percent of the people taking part in the survey also held some cash in their wallet or purse, just a slight fall from 80 percent in 2016. Enditem … [Read more...] about Survey shows more Australian consumers prefer to use electronic payment
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The WHO declared the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak a global pandemic on March 11, 2020. Due to disruption in normal operation, there has been a constant tug-of-war between reducing the spread of the contagion at one end and getting the economy back on the track on the other hand. Urban India is more strongly hit as compared to the rural. The 30-day moving average of urban unemployment rate was 9.54% on September 6, 2020 as compared to 9.41% in March and 25.79% in May 2020. The salaried class working in private, small and medium businesses and self-employed professionals in non-essential sectors are taking the brunt of economic slowdown. Households are facing a new normal with kids adapting to home schooling and indoor life, adults managing household chores with minimal support system and attending to work from home, which has blurred the line between personal and professional lives. Work-life balance is completely off balance in this new normal. The pandemic has disrupted … [Read more...] about Decoding consumer behavior during pandemic
China confirmed that the two men had been questioned, but insisted the move had been legitimate. “As long as foreign journalists obey the law... they have no reason to worry,” foreign ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said in Beijing. … [Read more...] about Fearing arrests, two Australian journalists flee China
Ankita countered Shibani’s allegations and asked if she was looked down upon because she was considered a television actor. “I have been an ACTOR in Television & Bollywood for the past 17 years & now, when I am trying to support justice for my late friend, a view has been expressed that I am seeking JUSTICE because I need 2 seconds of fame and cheap publicity! I cannot fathom as to why any person would take such a stand. Is it because I have worked mostly on television and not in Bollywood? Is that why you would take a stand for the person with whom you have had a relationship for almost a decade?,” she asked. … [Read more...] about Sushant Singh Rajput’s brother-in-law backs Ankita Lokhande: ‘Please don’t take the jibes made by paid PR seriously’
Professor Richard Eccleston, the Director of the Institute for the Study of Social Change at the University of Tasmania, said that similar to the soon-to-be replaced Victorian regime, Tasmania's House of Assembly elections were not subject to state-specific donation disclosure laws, leaving it reliant on federal laws, which apply to federally registered parties. … [Read more...] about Fact check: Does Tasmania have the weakest political donation laws in the nation?