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This week, the Covid-19 coronavirus continues to dominate the news.
In this week's edition of Arabian Business magazine, we explore the aviation industry, which is among the hardest hit due to the pandemic.
Aviation industry experts are forecasting billions of dollars in losses, airlines going bankrupt and airports closing around the world as a result of the coronavirus. However, despite the obvious challenges there are some silver linings, such as increased demand for cargo and supplies.
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Education: As Covid-19 forces schools to resort to distance learning, education providers are at odds with parents calling for discounts
Technology: Online learning in the UAE is about more than just sending kids a book of worksheets and leaving them to get on with it, it’s a community effort, from the tech providers and teachers through to the parents and students themselves
Social media influencers: A global recession has forced brands to tighten or cut their influencer marketing spend, but this might be the cleanse the industry so desperately needs
Good governance should instil trust with stakeholders, mitigate risks and create value, says Fahim Al Qasimi, Partner at global advisory firm AQ&P
Rodolph Khoury, Cloud Lead – Middle East, Africa & Turkey at Avaya, explains why rapid remote working rollout could impact long-term success of Middle East businesses
Five things to know about the GCC states’ stimulus plans to combat coronavirus impact
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