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MIL-OSI Europe: ASIA/AFGHANISTAN – The only Catholic church in Afghanistan closes for the Covid-19 emergency
Source: Agenzia Fides – MIL OSI. Headline: ASIA/AFGHANISTAN – The only Catholic church in Afghanistan closes for the Covid-19 emergency. Kabul – The Catholic chapel of the Italian Embassy in Kabul – the only Catholic church in Afghanistan – has suspended celebrations to respond to the containment measures of the coronavirus.
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Bhutia in AFC's video awareness campaign in fight against COVID-19
Former India captain Bhaichung Bhutia will feature in Asian Football Confederation's (AFC) public awareness campaign on the COVID-19 pandemic, the continental body said. The #BreakTheChain campaign features some of Asia's biggest names in football, sharing inspiring messages of solidarity and timely....
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Southeast Asia's largest solar plant to come up in Vietnam
Trungnam Group, a leading player in the energy, construction and real estate sector in Vietnam, will be setting up the largest solar power plant in Southeast Asia region at an investment of 14 trillion VND ($592 million). The 450MW solar plant, which will be built in the south central province of....
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Malaysia expects coronavirus case tally to surge in mid-April
KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Malaysia expects the number of coronavirus cases to surge in mid-April, a health ministry official said on Saturday, as the country ramps up testing amid a nationwide shutdown. The number of confirmed cases in Malaysia has nearly doubled in the past week to 2,320, the highest in Southeast Asia, with 27 deaths.
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Market Forecast Report on Radio Paper Market 2019-2042
. The global Radio Paper market reached ~US$ xx Mn in 2018 and is anticipated grow at a CAGR of xx% over the forecast period 2019-2029 . In this Radio Paper market study, the following years are considered to predict the market footprint: History Year: 2014 – 2018; Base Year: 2018; Estimated Year: 2019; Forecast Year: 2019 2029.
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Factbox: Carmakers churn out machines, masks to help fight coronavirus
Auto companies and suppliers around the world are ramping up production of critical healthcare products and machines – everything from cloth face masks to sophisticated ventilator systems – to meet a critical shortage of those items at hospitals and care facilities in North America, Europe and Asia.
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Passenger on Air New Zealand flight astounded that some cabin crew weren't wearing protective equipment
“Stepping onto the plane everyone was wearing them, but as we got further into the flight you know there was a couple of staff members who didn't actually have masks and gloves on. “I thought it was a requirement,” Ms Boreham said. “It was a thought that ran through my mind travelling through Asia....
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With coronavirus spreading, South Asia battles misinformation on potential cures
The message started with an outlandish claim: The coronavirus was retreating in India because of “cosmic-level sound waves” created by a collective cheer citizens had been asked to join. Messages were pinging from phone to phone across this country of 1.
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From light touch to total lockdown: How Asia is fighting coronavirus
The new coronavirus is affecting Asian countries differently, with governments in each choosing their own remedies to prevent further spread of infections. Some have employed a light touch, urging people to use common sense and practice social distancing and similar preventive measures.
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PIA among carriers at risk of going bankrupt
While the list focuses on Asia, mostly due to high debt levels, European carriers aren’t immune, as the collapse of UK regional airline Flybe Group Plc proved. According to Altman, scores of 1.8 or below indicate a risk of bankruptcy and scores over 3 suggest sound footing.
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Asia virus latest: China bans foreigners, markets up on stimulus
Here are the latest developments in Asia related to the novel coronavirus pandemic: - China bars foreigners to halt second wave – Foreigners are banned from entering China, while non-nationals with valid visas and resident permits will be blocked from coming to the country, in a bid to halt a second wave of infections.
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Screen Sharing Software Market is Thriving Worldwide | Zoom, Cisco, Google Hangouts Meet
The latest 124+ page survey report on Global Screen Sharing Software Market is released by HTF MI covering various players of the industry selected from global geographies like North America Country (United States, Canada), South America, Asia Country (China, Japan, India, Korea), Europe Country....
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Varicella Virus Vaccine Live Market Dynamics by 2026 Industry Size, Share, Regional Analysis and Segmentation
The latest market study published by Market Expertz titled ‘Global (North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, and Middle East & Africa) Varicella Virus Vaccine Live Market Report 2020 Forecast to 2027’ gives crucial data in the form of tables, charts, graphs, and figures in a holistic study of the Varicella Virus Vaccine Live sector.
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Chitosan Market Volume Analysis by 2026
The study provides a decisive view of the chitosan market by segmenting it based on regions. Regional segmentation includes the current and forecast production for North America, Europe, Asia Pacific and Rest of the World (RoW). The segmentation includes production of different grades of chitosan....
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1st Rail Track Laid in China-Laos Railway
VIENTIANE (Xinhua) — With its first 500-meter-long rail steadily laid on the subgrade, the China-Laos railway kicked off its track laying on Friday in the Lao capital Vientiane. The rail is the longest one outside China in Asia and it was also the first time the CYP500 track laying machine has been....
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BVI receives over 10K pieces of protective gear
The British Virgin Islands government announced Friday night that it received more than 10,000 pieces of protective gear including medical masks, gowns, gloves, glasses and thermometers from the Bank of Asia to assist in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Security summit Shangri-La Dialogue canceled due to coronavirus
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Asia security summit Shangri-La Dialogue has been canceled, organizers IISS said, the latest event to fall victim to the coronavirus pandemic. The annual event, scheduled to be held in Singapore between June 5-7, has attracted top level military officials, diplomats and weapons....
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Doctors overwhelmed by coronavirus deluge
Private hospitals in the Philippines capital Manila have stopped accepting coronavirus patients in the face of surging numbers of sufferers and people seeking tests, the hospitals said. The Philippines has reported relatively fewer infections than many other countries in Southeast Asia, but medical....
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China Pursues ‘Mask Diplomacy’ With Asian Neighbors during COVID-19 Crisis
China, once the epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic, is moving to polish up its battered image by scrambling to donate medical equipment and other resources to countries reeling from the COVID-19 outbreak. Countries in South and Southeast Asia are receiving from Beijing huge shipments of medical....
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Japan’s Postponement of the Olympics: What Next?
Asia Geopolitics Japan’s Postponement of the Olympics: What Next? The Diplomat ‘s Ankit Panda ( ) and Prashanth Parameswaran ( @TheAsianist ) discuss the postponement of the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympic Games and the reactions in South Asia to the spread of the COVID–19 pandemic. Click the play button to the right to listen.
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Tourists stranded in Asia by canceled flights, shut borders
PHUKET, Thailand (AP) — From the sun-soaked beaches of Thailand to the foothills of Mount Everest in Nepal, tourists across Asia are finding their dream vacations have turned into travel nightmares as airlines cancel flights and countries close their borders in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.
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Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Technology Market 2019-2025 by Innovations, Future Trends with Top Key Players- NXP, Alien, 3M, ACTAtek, Axcess and more…
A new market study, titled “Global Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Technology Market Size, Status and Forecast 2019-2025”, has been featured on WiseGuyReports. Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) are the radio waves that are utilized for reading and capturing the information that is stored on a tag attached to an object.
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Asia Distillates-Jet fuel cracks post weekly drop, front-month spread widens
Asian refining margins for jet fuel climbed on Friday, while front-month spread for the aviation fuel widened its contango amid market concerns that demand would likely remain muted through the first half of 2020. Refining margins, also known as cracks for jet fuel, crawled up to $2.86 a barrel over Dubai crude during Asian trading hours, from $2.
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Feature: US Gulf Coast naphtha heads to Asia amid fallen freight; glut of ULSD left onshore
Sunken freight rates for clean tankers due to a global demand decline amid the coronavirus pandemic has left thearbitrage from the US Gulf Coast to Asia wide open for naphtha,but the route to Europe for ultra low sulfur diesel remains shut despite a drop in USGC demand.
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Spotlight 'Like wartime': Filipino doctors overwhelmed by coronavirus deluge
MANILA - Private hospitals in Manila have stopped accepting coronavirus patients in the face of surging numbers of sufferers and people seeking tests, the hospitals said. The Philippines has reported relatively fewer infections than many other countries in Southeast Asia, but medical experts say a....
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Worldwide dollar crunch raises red flags in Asia debt market
As the shortage of dollars sweeps the globe, cracks are starting to show up in Asia’s emerging markets, despite the hefty foreign-reserve cushions built up over the years. The squeeze on US currency is putting pressure on emerging Asia debt. Southeast Asian and Indian government and corporate payments are set to jump 67% in 2022 to $41.
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