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As Coronavirus Spreads, So Does Anti-Chinese Sentiment

Fears of the outbreak have fueled xenophobia as a wave of panic spreads, sometimes outstripping practical concerns. In Japan, the hashtag #ChineseDon’tComeToJapan has been trending on Twitter. In ... read more

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The spread of coronavirus has unleashed a wave of panic and, in some cases, outright anti-Chinese sentiment across the globe

“I think it is time to put a temporary ‘Do not enter’ sign on our doorstep ... distinct from the Mandarin spoken on the mainland. The business has been a vocal supporter of the Hong Kong ... read more

Coronavirus fuels anti-Chinese sentiment around the world

“I think it is time to put a temporary ‘Do not enter’ sign on our doorstep ... distinct from the Mandarin spoken on the mainland. The business has been a vocal supporter of the Hong Kong ... read more

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Minimum Wage Dilemma

As The Careerist columnist for Hawaii ... stay in business. I’d hate to see all those jobs go away.” By and large, most employers want to do right by their employees, especially in this market, where ... read more


Hawaii's Scorecard

Hawaii is the worst! Hawaii is … ok! If you follow us online, you know Pacific Business News often shares the results of surveys conducted by government sources and market research firms that ... read more

Surveys & Research | Business Facilities - Area Economic Development, Site Selection & Workforce Solutions

Massachusetts and Hawaii round out Top 5 on USGBC's Top 10 States for LEED, which recognizes current leaders committed to sustainable buildings, cities, and communities. read more

Editor’s recap: Aquaculture America; Coronavirus hits Indian shrimp trade, causes China port logjam

During Aquaculture America, held this year in Honolulu, Hawaii, Jason revealed that Whole ... seabream to get to the size for the market because it grows in warmer waters,” Schmidt said of ... read more

First Hawaiian, Inc. (FHB) CEO Robert Harrison on Q4 2019 Results - Earnings Call Transcript

CRE loans grew by $155 million with growth coming from Hawaii and the mainland. Residential mortgages ... did that have any impact on the compensation line in the quarter in preferred loan ... read more

Region program teaches people how to start ag businesses or community gardens in city

Students draft business plans, get introduced to the U.S. Small Business Administration and are given the chance to fill out applications to become certified Women and Minority Owned Small Businesses. read more



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