(Bloomberg) -- Even after operating in Asia for more than century, Manulife Financial Corp. is counting on the region to be its most promising driver of growth in an increasingly turbulent world.Most Read from BloombergMusk Revives $44 Billion Twitter Bid, Aiming to Avoid TrialTrump Says US Agency Packed Top-Secret Documents. These Emails Suggest Otherwise.Loretta Lynn, Coal Miner's Daughter And Country Queen, DiesStocks Take Breather After Furious Rally From Low: Markets WrapMar-a-Lago Document
Today, Manulife (NYSE: MFC) announced a multi-year commitment to World Central Kitchen (WCK) to support global disaster response, emergency preparedness, and resiliency, aligned to its recently launched Impact Agenda. The company has committed $1 million, and will provide additional support through Manulife's ongoing company match program following disasters.
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