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Wimbledon targets Asian fans 'nirvana' with lite app

Wimbledon has unleashed a new lightweight app to try and hook the growing tennis-loving market in Asia, while AI-generated highlights are getting smarter at spotting the most exciting action. The official Wimbledon app is packed with heavy graphics but the new, slimmed-down alternative is designed....
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AA Inks Deal to Open Routes to 4 Cities in Southeast Asia

American Airlines announced a new deal Monday with Hong Kong-based Cathay Dragon Airlines that will give fliers access to southeast Asian hot spots such as Phuket, Thailand and Dhaka, Bangladesh. Through its Oneworld Alliance, American Airlines fliers will now get flights through Hong Kong on Cathay....
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Opinion The Case for a World Carbon Bank Kenneth Rogoff July 8 Updated

, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s Green New Deal hits the nail on the head with its urgent call for the United States to lead by example on global warming. But the sad truth is that, for all the needless waste produced by American’s gluttonous culture, emerging Asia is by far the main driver of the world’s increasing carbon dioxide emissions.
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Futures Move Lower, Rate Cut Hopes Fade, Asia Down On Politics

The U.S. Futures Are Moving Lower On Monday. The U.S. futures are moving lower on Monday morning following a stronger than expected NFP Report. The NFP report last Friday shows U.S. job gains were well ahead of expectations and casting a shadow of doubt on FOMC outlook.
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Int’l conference to be held at KU tomorrow

KARACHI - An international conference on “Role of Minorities in Conflict Resolution and Peace in South Asia” would be held at a local hotel on July 10.The conference is being held on Wednesday by the University of Karachi (KU)’s Department of Sociology.
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Deforestation + climate change = dead end for wildlife

PARIS: Climate change combined with galloping tropical deforestation is cutting off wildlife from life-saving cooler climes, heightening the risk of extinction, researchers said Monday. Less than two-fifths of forests across Latin America, Asia and Africa currently allow for animals and plants to....
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Eastern Province can thrive with eastward trade with Asia - Patali

The development of the Eastern Province will contribute immensely to the development of the country, Minister for Megapolis and Western Development Patali Champika Ranawaka recently said. Ranawaka pointed out that the Eastern province, which is a victim of ad hoc development process that prevailed....
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EU to Invest €72 Million in Central Asian Countries

MOSCOW – The EU announced on Sunday a 72-million-euro investment program in the areas of environment, energy, gender equality and education across six countries in Central Asia. The announcement was made by the vice president of the EU Commission, Federica Mogherini, at a ministerial meeting in Bishkek, capital of Kyrgyzstan.
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Asia leads global VC arena with US$129b in deals for 2018: Preqin

Singapore. ASIA surpassed North America in Venture Capital (VC) deals in 2018, recording US$129 billion worth of deals for the year, as opposed to North America's US$113 billion, a report by alternative assets data provider Preqin showed. Globally, VC deals hit a record of US$274...
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Asian Stocks Set to Slip; Turkish Lira Tumbles: Markets Wrap

(Bloomberg) -- Stocks in Asia looked set for a muted start to the week after their U.S. counterparts retreated and Treasury yields rose Friday on the strong jobs report. Turkey’s lira fell after its central bank governor was replaced.Futures pointed to modest declines in Japan, Hong Kong and Australia after the S&P 500 slipped on low volumes.
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Liz Chater

The unravelling of family history and their associated stories can sometimes take unusual twists and turns. Armenian family history in Asia is no different. There were only 126 Armenians in Dhaka in 1831 in 42 houses, averaging 3 people per household (1).
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July 08, 2019 In The Land Of Tsars

The many developments happening in South Asian and Eurasian regions indicate the rise of regionalism due to geo-strategic necessities and politico-economic compulsions of the countries situated in these regions. Russian President Vladimir Putin’s invitation to the Prime Minister (PM) of Pakistan....
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World Bank to prioritise climate change resilience in Pacific

The World Bank will prioritise climate change resilience when working with Australia and New Zealand on their Pacific engagement programmes. Its vice president for East Asia and the Pacific, Victoria Kwakwa, was in Tonga last week for talks. Ms Kwakwa said the World Bank was working closely within....
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Reforms In Central Asia Can Be 'Painful,' Says Top EU Diplomat

The European Union's foreign policy chief says promoting democratic change in Central Asia can sometimes be a 'painful process,' but added that she sees signs of 'encouragement,' especially in Uzbekistan. Federica Mogherini, the EU's high representative for foreign affairs and security policy, also....
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Wall Street investment banks are struggling to hire local talent in China

In the US, Wall Street’s biggest investment banks have been known to reject about 95 per cent of job applicants. In China, it’s often the other way around. Although international securities firms are stepping up efforts to expand in Asia’s largest economy, experienced local recruits tend to prefer....
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Deutsche Bank plans to close majority of equity biz in Asia-Pacific region

is planning to shutter the majority of its equities business in the Asia-Pacific region as part of a restructuring to be announced as soon as Sunday, a person with knowledge of the matter said. The Frankfurt-based lender expects to stop offering trading of cash equities, equities research and may no....
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Pristine Solutions Gold Winner of Seedx Development Challenge

At SMB Innovation Summit for second consecutive time July 7, 2019, 6:28 pm Pristine Solutions, the only Gold partner for SAP Business One & SAP Business by Design in Sri Lanka has been awardedthe first place across Asia Pacific in both 2019 & 2018at the SAP Business One Seedx Development Challenge....
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Europe farms benefit as swine flu wrecks Chinese pork production

E urope's farmers are cashing in as the spread of African swine flu across mainland China has dramatically increased the country’s appetite for pork imports. The virus, which is not harmful to humans, is fatal for pigs. It has spread across Asia, from China to Vietnam, Mongolia and North Korea.
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Heatwave adds to the woes of migrants stranded Bosnia

According to Bosnia’s security minister, more than 34,000 migrants from Asia and Africa have illegally entered the country since the beginning of 2018, 11,000 of them this year alone. Bihac, Bosnia and Herzegovina | AFP | Stranded in Bosnia, thousands of migrants face yet one more hurdle on their....
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The Welsh waterway which is the industrial backbone of a nation

If oil demand is higher in Asia then the ships will turn left and exploit that market instead. That's what happened quite a lot during 2018, said Mike Ryan, the harbour master at Milford Haven Port Authority. We are standing right on the edge of the Milford Haven waterway.
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Reforms In Central Asia Can Be 'Painful,' Says Top EU Diplomat

The European Union's foreign policy chief says promoting democratic change in Central Asia can sometimes be a 'painful process,' but added that she sees signs of 'encouragement,' especially in Uzbekistan. Federica Mogherini, the EU's high representative for foreign affairs and security policy, also....
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Southeast Asian aerospace takes off on back of budget carriers

MANILA -- Southeast Asia is building a reputation as a producer of aircraft components, parlaying jet demand from the region's low-cost carriers. The region as a whole made the rough equivalent of $14 billion in aircraft parts and related services in 2018, fast approaching Japan's $16.7 billion or so.
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Reforms In Central Asia Can Be 'Painful,' Says Top EU Diplomat

The European Union's foreign policy chief says promoting democratic change in Central Asia can sometimes be a 'painful process,' but added that she sees signs of 'encouragement,' especially in Uzbekistan. Federica Mogherini, the EU's high representative for foreign affairs and security policy, also....
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Non-Resident Nepali Association holds 7th Asia ... 2019/07/08 by Myanmar News Agency

Union Minister U Kyaw Tin delivers the speech at 7th Asia Pacific Regional Meeting, in conjunction with the 2nd Asia Pacific Women’s Meeting at Chatrium Hotel in Yangon yesterday . Photo: MNA. The Non-Resident Nepali Association (NRNA) held its 7th Asia Pacific Regional Meeting, in conjunction with....
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Reforms In Central Asia Can Be 'Painful,' Says Top EU Diplomat

The European Union's foreign policy chief says promoting democratic change in Central Asia can sometimes be a "painful process," but added that she sees signs of "encouragement," especially in Uzbekistan. Federica Mogherini, the EU's high representative for foreign affairs and security policy, also....
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Beam rolls out next generation e-scooter

Beam, Asia Pacific’s leading homegrown micromobility provider, is today introducing its next generation of e-scooters when it deploys the Saturn - powered by Segway - across Asia-Pacific markets in the coming months. "At Beam, we believe that safety is a critical element of every e-scooter journey,....
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