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Japan R&D stories; Doing business despite the coronavirus

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Good morning, Well, it's not much of a surprise, but the flow of business deals and announcements has
 
March 9 · Issue #202 · View online
Asia AI News
Good morning,
Well, it’s not much of a surprise, but the flow of business deals and announcements has slowed down considerably over the past few weeks. So, no news to share in today’s newsletter.
However, since we’re all trying to make sense of what coronavirus is doing to business, trade, investment, markets and communications, I’ll take this opportunity to share a few links.
Firstly, I wrote a simple ’Six communications tips for the coronavirus crisis’ for SME10X.com last week. Although, I wrote this for small-to-medium sized business perspective, all my tips apply to larger businesses too.
You might also like to read ’Six tips for investor communications around the coronavirus’ from Hong Kong-based Joanne Wong, senior managing director at financial consulting firm FTI Consulting.
Finally, there’s a great legal ’Coronavirus Disruption Checklist’ from New York-headquartered law firm Proskauer. Well worth the read.
Hoping to have some real AI news for tomorrow’s email.
Have a good week ahead!
/Carrington

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