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Australian Dairy Nutritionals Group appoints Deputy Chairman

The Board of Australian Dairy Nutritionals Group (AHF or the Group) has appointed Martin Bryant as a Non-Executive Director and Deputy Chairman. Bryant is a skilled executive and director with international experience, focusing on Asia including China, Vietnam and the Philippines.
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Asian Stocks Look Set for Gains; Dollar Slips: Markets Wrap

(Bloomberg) -- Stocks in Asia looked set to claw back some of Monday’s losses as investors awaited further developments on a trade deal and kept an eye on the volatile situation in Hong Kong. The dollar fell for the first time in six days. Futures pointed higher in Tokyo, Sydney and Hong Kong, where....
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K-Pop Star Siwon Choi Named UNICEF Ambassador for East Asia, Pacific

BANGKOK – Major K-pop icon Siwon Choi was named an ambassador for UNICEF during a Monday event in Laos’ capital. Choi, member of South Korean group Super Junior, was named UNICEF East Asia and Pacific’s new Regional Ambassador at the Lao Generation 2030 Forum in Vientiane, which marked 30 years of the Convention on the Rights of the Child.
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Zeamarine Announcement: Appointment Namir Khanbabi

Zeamarine is pleased to announce that Namir Khanbabi has been appointed as the new Regional Director for Asia and Oceania. He most recently held the role of Chartering and Operations Director at AAL, where he was, in charge of the global chartering, operations and the engineering for Tramp and Liner services.
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10 things Germans do between fall and winter

. 10 things Germans do between fall and winter. © 2017 ChinaPost All Rights Reserved | x | Asia News Network.
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Mercury skips across sun in rare transit

Stargazers used solar-filtered binoculars and telescopes to spot Mercury - a tiny black dot - as it passed directly between Earth and the sun on Monday. The eastern US and Canada got the whole five-hour show, weather permitting, along with Central and South America. The rest of the world, except for Asia and Australia, got just a sampling.
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Mercury skips across sun in rare transit

Stargazers used solar-filtered binoculars and telescopes to spot Mercury - a tiny black dot - as it passed directly between Earth and the sun on Monday. The eastern US and Canada got the whole five-hour show, weather permitting, along with Central and South America. The rest of the world, except for Asia and Australia, got just a sampling.
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Modern humans came to South Asia 114,000 years ago

Indian research debunks hitherto held dates on human migration from Africa November 11, 2019, 9:59 pm Recent archaeological findings have disproved the former theory that modern humans migrated from Africa to Australia 60 millennia ago via Arabian peninsula, India, Southeast Asia and to reach....
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5th edition of Intex South Asia

November 11, 2019, 9:15 pm The 5th edition of the highly successful Intex South Asia in Sri Lanka will take place at BMICH, Colombo, from 13-15 November. This year, more than 200+ leading suppliers from 12 countries and region will participate to promote their business and explore new business....
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CPA Asia region conference from 29th

The 5th Asia Region Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (CPA) Conference titled “Envisioning Parliamentary Paths towards a Diverse and Developed South Asia” will commence from July 29th, 2019 in Islamabad. Speaker Asad Qaiser, by virtue of being the President of the CPA Asia Region, is hosting this Conference.
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Akif wants to follow in Shoaib, Amir footprints

Islamabad. All set to represent Pakistan in the ACC Emerging Teams Asia Cup, Karak-born left-arm pacer Akif Javed, was inspired by Shoaib Akhtar and Muhammad Amir and deems to emulate their feats. Akif who hails from Karak, was a discovery of the National Cricket Academy (NCA) Remote Areas Programme....
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AUB raises P7B via bonds

ASIA UNITED Bank Corp. raised P7 billion from its offer of three-year bonds. ASIA UNITED Bank Corp. (AUB) raised a total of P7 billion from its three-year bond offer, above its original program on the back of strong demand. The papers carry a coupon rate of 4.625% per annum, the bank said in a statement on Monday.
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DoubleDragon seeks LEED Gold certification for Boracay hotel

DOUBLEDRAGON Properties Corp. is determined to secure a green certification for its hotel development in Boracay, as it tapped a sustainability consultant for its application for the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold certification. In a statement Monday, the listed property developer said its hotel arm Hotel of Asia, Inc.
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Adidas to close German, US robot factories

Adidas plans to close high-tech “robot” factories in Germany and the United States it launched to bring production closer to customers, saying on Monday deploying some of the technology in Asia would be “more economic and flexible”. The Adidas factories were part of a drive to meet demand for faster....
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Foqia Sadiq Khan

There is no doubt in anyone’s mind that taxation reforms are the need of the hour in Pakistan and such efforts are going on (with a few gaps) for almost three decades. Why is it so hard for Pakistan to revamp its taxation whereas our neighbours in South Asia have comparatively much better tax to [] ....
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When will Hollywood stop beating up on Italian Americans?

The Bank of America. Planter’s Peanuts. Tropicana Orange Juice. Barnes and Noble Bookstores. The Radio Flyer Red Wagon. The AIDS virus. The Securities-and-Exchange Commission. The Jacuzzi. The pilot ejector-seat. The first computer microprocessor. The shopping mall. Multi-cultural education. And even the McDonald’s Big Mac hamburger.
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These are the top 20 things to do in England - according to ...

England has been named one of the world's top countries for travellers in 2020 by leading travel authority Lonely Planet. The country was named in the Best in Travel 2020 guide this year - the annual collection of the best travel destinations, trends, journeys and experiences to have in the year ahead - and was second only to Bhutan in South Asia.
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Adidas to Close Robot-Staffed ‘Speedfactories’

Adidas is closing both of its robot-powered “Speedfactories,” abandoning a strategy aimed at bringing sneaker production closer to Western markets and reducing reliance on Asian suppliers. The footwear giant had described the futuristic factories it opened in Ansbach, Germany, in 2017 and Atlanta in 2018 as “reinventing manufacturing.
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Asia Distillates-Gasoil cracks hit over 4-month low

Asian refining margins for 10 ppm gasoil dropped to their weakest in over four months on Monday, amid expectations for additional supplies in a market already grappling with ample stocks, while cash premiums for the industrial fuel slipped to their lowest in more than five weeks.
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The $22 Trillion Market Keeping Coal Afloat Despite coal’s collapse in North American and European power generation sectors, the fuel continues to get traction in large parts of South-East Asia

The global economy has been going through a remarkable period of growth especially due to China’s open-door policy since the late seventies. Also, other major Asian economies have contributed to what some analysts believe will become the ‘Asian Century’ .
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Stock markets start week in reverse gear

Stock markets mostly slid yesterday as traders reacted to fading US-China trade deal hopes, renewed unrest in Hong Kong, a stronger pound and political impasse in Spain. After heavy falls in Asia, Europe headed south with London’s benchmark FTSE 100 index shedding 0.6% at 7,359.38 points. Frankfurt’s DAX 30 ended 0.
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Maximilian Hess

Georgia and Russia are about to enter some electric negotiations. This and more in our monthly Russian business bulletin. In this edition of our new monthly bulletin we look at the Eurasian Economic Union’s growth prospects and the juicy new morsel on the post-Soviet business menu.
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Adidas to close German, U.S. robot factories

BERLIN (Reuters) - Adidas plans to close high-tech “robot” factories in Germany and the United States it launched to bring production closer to customers, saying on Monday deploying some of the technology in Asia would be “more economic and flexible”. The Adidas factories were part of a drive to....
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SOUTH KOREA UNICEF - K-pop star Siwon Choi named UNICEF ambassador for East Asia, Pacific

A major K-pop icon was named an ambassador for UNICEF during a Monday event in Laos’ capital. Siwon Choi, member of South Korean group Super Junior, was named UNICEF East Asia and Pacific’s new Regional Ambassador at the Lao Generation 2030 Forum in Vientiane, which marked 30 years of the Convention on the Rights of the Child.
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Global stocks drop as Hong Kong violence rattles investors

LONDON: Shares around the globe fell on Monday, buffeted by escalating violence in Hong Kong that pushed Asian stocks to their worst day since August and stoked demand for the safe-haven yen and gold. In the 24th straight week of pro-democracy unrest, Hong Kong police shot and wounded a protester as....
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Greece ‘natural ally’ in boosting trade: China’s Xi

Greece is one of the backers of China’s Belt and Road plan for a massive network of ports, railways, roads and industrial parks spanning Asia, Africa, the Middle East and Europe that will see trillions invested in new infrastructure across 126 countries.
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