The Future of the Market is Up In the Air, Merxwire Enhances Online Ads for Retail Industry to Meet Challenges

TAIPEI, TAIWAN / ACCESSWIRE / October 14, 2020 / From October to Christmas, the global retail industry will usher in the shopping season. Department stores and shopping malls have introduced discounts to promote business demand and the growth of advertising and marketing performance. Merxwire’s online advertising services have enhanced customers’ sales competitiveness.

The global retail industry is about to enter the peak shopping season in October, and many department stores have begun to implement annual sales, and shopping malls also provide discounts to consumers. Some stores have launched activities in September, and the entire shopping season is not expected to stop until December 31. Consumers will purchase from the annual sale, double 11 promotion, to Christmas and celebration New Year’s Eve. These festivals not only promote the booming development of the retail industry but also the advertising and marketing industry and the tourism industry.

With the rapid growth of online

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How the region is responding to Singapore’s idea of air travel bubbles, SE Asia News & Top Stories

Singapore is looking to form air travel bubbles with countries and territories that have managed the Covid-19 pandemic well. While most of them have some form of arrangement for business and official travel, especially within their own borders, many are reluctant to open up for mass travel as nations battle a resurgence of the coronavirus. Straits Times correspondents Elizabeth Law, Katherine Wei, Jonathan Pearlman, Chang May Choon, Claire Huang, Tan Hui Yee, Walter Sim and Eileen Ng report on how the region has responded to Singapore’s proposal to form air travel bubbles.

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China is the first country with which Singapore established a reciprocal green lane arrangement – to facilitate essential business and official travel between both countries – in late May. While the world’s second-largest economy has gradually relaxed rules to allow certain business travellers and foreigners with residential permits back into the country, it has stopped short of

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Fox Business gives Trump an hour of air time to lie about voter fraud (among other things)

It was also a success more broadly for the president, too, given that it was essentially an hour-long conversation between himself and a supporter. The network’s Maria Bartiromo, whose evolution into an explicitly pro-Trump advocate has been steadily obvious, served as little more than a hype woman, setting Trump up with softball questions and encouraging his responses. It wasn’t the first time she has played such a role, but it was nonetheless remarkable to see the scope of her disinterest in posing any challenge to the president.

This was true from start to finish, with Trump going on extended riffs about his opponents, real and perceived, including multiple assessments of Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server more than seven years ago. But nowhere was Bartiromo’s failure to hold Trump to account more obvious — and potentially more dangerous — than in her sycophantic support of his claims about

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