Australia has the highest minimum wage
Current and former world leaders joined a chorus of condolences from around the world following the death of Prince Philip on April 9 at the age of 99.
Here are some reactions:
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson hailed Philip's "extraordinary life", sending his condolences to Queen Elizabeth after her husband's death was announced.
Turkey's Communications Directorate on April 8 posted online interviews on Turkey's fight against coronavirus, with the ambassadors of five different countries praising Turkey's efforts.
All the interviews can be viewed on the directorate's YouTube channel, said Fahrettin Altun, the directorate's head.
US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has called for a global minimum corporate tax rate for companies that work internationally.
United States are working with G20 nations to agree to a global minimum corporate tax rate that can stop the downstream said the Secretary to the Chicago Council on Global Affairs.
New Zealand has approved quarantine-free travel with Australia, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said on April 6, completing a two-way corridor for travel between the largely COVID-free neighbors.
"I can confirm that quarantine-free travel will begin in just under two weeks, at 11:59 p.m. on April 18," Ardern announced after the date was confirmed by her cabinet.
More than 75 people have died and dozens are still missing after flash floods and landslides hit Indonesia and neighbouring East Timor, officials said on April 5, turning small communities into wastelands of mud and uprooted trees.
Sparked by torrential rain, the deluge and subsequent landslides sent thousands fleeing into shelters as dams overflowed and their homes were submerged.
Repkon, a Turkish company operating in the metal forming sector, has agreed to partner with Australian firm, Titomic, to produce barrels.
As part of the agreement, a center will be established in Australia tuat will produce barrels designed by Repkon, using its flowforming technology and Titomic's kinetic fusion technology.
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