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Trade war lures logistics giants deeper into Southeast Asia
TOKYO -- Major international logistics companies, including Nippon Express and Deutsche Post DHL Group, are expanding operations in Southeast Asia as manufacturers shift production to the region to escape the deepening U.S.-China trade war. Nippon Express is building major warehouse facilities in....
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Thai Police Helped Vietnam Abduct RFA Blogger: Rights Group
Thai police helped Vietnamese police abduct a dissident blogger seeking asylum in Thailand and return him to custody in Hanoi, revealing a pattern of cooperation between security services in the neighboring Southeast Asian countries, rights group Amnesty International said on Friday.
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Can China Broker the Resolution of the Armenia-Azerbaijan Conflict?
The Nagorno-Karabakh conflict between two South Caucasian republics, Azerbaijan and Armenia, is already over 30 years old. Negotiations toward a settlement face a stalemate that appears difficult, if not impossible, to overcome. The conflict, which has roots dating back to the early 20th century,....
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Why Trump Has Gotten Extra Tough in Monitoring China at Sea
By Ralph Jennings June 21, 2019. U.S. President Donald Trump is getting more aggressive toward Chinese activity in a disputed Asian sea compared to his predecessors, because the U.S. government fears China has expanded too far to overlook, analysts in the region believe. The U.S.
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Pompeo asks Pakistan to do more on religious freedom
US on Friday urged to do more to stop the abuse of blasphemy laws after the release of Asia Bibi, who escaped a death sentence in a case that drew international scrutiny. Releasing an annual report on international religious freedom, Pompeo estimated that more than 40 others were serving life sentences or facing execution for in Pakistan.
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China police rescues 1,100 trafficked women
Chinese police rescued 1,130 abducted foreign women in the second half of last year in coordinated operations with five Southeast Asian countries, the Ministry of Public Security said Friday. Police arrested 1,322 suspects, including 262 foreigners, for allegedly luring and kidnapping women after....
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Global Coin Research: Top news in Asia from Tuesday to today
This twice-weekly newsletter is republished with permission from Global Coin Research, a global research firm with a focus on Asia blockchain and related technologies.The post Global Coin Research: Top news in Asia from Tuesday to today appeared first on The Block.
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China rescues 1,100 women ‘sold as wives’
Beijing: Chinese police have rescued more than 1,100 women from Southeast Asia who were “sold” as wives last year, authorities said yesterday. Seventeen children were also saved in the joint operations with police from Myanmar, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam and Thailand between July and December, the Ministry of Public Security said in a statement.
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Sustainable Food Summit Asia-Pacific 2020
The third Asia-Pacific edition of the Sustainable Foods Summit will take place in Singapore on 30-31st March 2020. For the first time in Asia, the executive summit will focus on ethical sourcing & traceability. An update will also be given on sustainability issues, food ingredients, and marketing developments.
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SE Asia looks to Taiwan as recycling pioneer
Taiwan now recycles about 55% of its municipal solid waste – the second highest rate globally. BANGKOK: Once dubbed “garbage island” for its overflowing landfills and filthy streets, Taiwan now has Asia’s highest rate of recycling and is a role model for the region, analysts said on Thursday.
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Delta buys stake in Korean Air, seeks to expand in Asia
Atlanta-based Delta is growing internationally both through joint ventures - which allow airlines to coordinate fares and schedules while building a presence in new markets - and equity investments, which help airlines align their respective strategies. The No. 2 U.S.
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Water and Oilfield Biocides Storage Devices Market Expansion to be Persistent during 2019-2025
HTF MI has added the report on Southeast Asia Water and Oilfield Biocides Market for the forecast till 2025, the report comprises of the estimation of the Southeast Asia Water and Oilfield Biocides Market. The following Industry is shown to progress with a noteworthy rise in the Compound Annual....
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Drugs For Ophthalmology Storage Devices Market Shares, Strategies and Forecast Worldwide, 2019 to 2025
HTF MI has added the report on Southeast Asia Drugs For Ophthalmology Market for the forecast till 2025, the report comprises of the estimation of the Southeast Asia Drugs For Ophthalmology Market. The following Industry is shown to progress with a noteworthy rise in the Compound Annual Growth Rate....
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Bitcoin’s carbon footprint equal to Sri Lanka, Researchers claim
Researchers said about 68 percent of the computing power used to generate, or mine, bitcoins is in Asia. The virtual currency Bitcoin is responsible for the same amount of carbon dioxide emissions as a city like Las Vegas or Hamburg and efforts to reduce its climate footprint should be considered, researchers said.
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CICT voted Best Container Terminal in Asia for 3rd successive year
The CMPort managed Colombo International Container Terminal (CICT), the only deep water terminal in the Port of Colombo, has been voted the Best Container Terminal in Asia in the Under 4 million TEUs category at the prestigious Asian Freight, Logistics and Supply Chain (AFLAS) Awards hosted and presented by Asia Cargo News.
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Teleradiology Services Market Global Industry Outlook, Industry share, Market size, Strategies and Forecast to 2025
Teleradiology is an integrated clinical process used for transforming radiological images and other related data from one location to another for interpretation as well as consultation purposes. Teleradiology is being used to simplify geographic and overnight coverage challenges and to strengthen subspeciality expertise.
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Oil shippers boost security after mysterious attacks in Gulf
A series of attacks on oil tankers near the Persian Gulf has ratcheted up tensions between the U.S. and Iran — and raised fears over the safety of one of Asia's most vital energy trade routes, where about a fifth of the world's oil passes through its narrowest at the Strait of Hormuz.
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PREMIUM Talk of the week: RI offers 673 DARMASISWA scholarships to foreigners
Strong woman: Andrea Rutkowski from Germany, a Darmasiswa Scholarship recipient, performs the Retno Tinandhing dance, potraying women fighting for the independence of Indonesia. (Courtesy of darmasiswa.kemdikbud.go.id)Indonesia, the most populous country in Southeast Asia, is offering more than 600....
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Asia Bibi Has Won Her Battle, But Many More Christian Minorities Struggle For Justice In Pakistan
ight years on death row. Several months later, she has managed to leave Pakistan in pursuit of a safe haven. She endured years of struggle and threats made to her life. While her story is one that was ultimately successful, there are more such Asia Bibis in Pakistan, members of religious minorities....
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E-cigarette maker Juul enters Philippine market
By Zsarlene B. Chua, Reporter. SAN FRANCISCO-BASED e-cigarette company, Juul Labs Inc. partnered with the subsidiary of JG Summit Holdings, Inc. to enter the Philippine market, as part of its plans to expand operations in the Asia-Pacific region. “[The company’s entry into] the Asia Pacific market....
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Asia scrambles to contain 'largest outbreak' of pig disease in history
Smaller outbreaks have been reported in Hong Kong, Taiwan, North Korea, Cambodia and Mongolia after cases were first reported in China's northeast in August. The UN Food and Agriculture Organisation released a weekly update on the scale of infections on Thursday which reported a new outbreak in Laos.
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LIVESTOCK HIGHLIGHTS : Top Stories of the Day
TOP STORIES. Tyson Foods Sees Meat Demand Growing in Asia -- Commodity Comment. Tyson Foods Inc. (TSN) told investors on Thursday that the company is positioned to satisfy global demand for meat products. Tyson estimates that 98% of the growth in global protein consumption in the next five years will occur outside the U.
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Airbus Wins More Commitments For Midmarket Aircraft Models
Airbus is making further progress in placing its two models addressing the middle-of-the-market segment, with commitments from several airlines in Europe, the Middle East and Asia. Cebu Pacific placed an order for 16 A330-900s and 10 A321XLRs, the longest-range version of the A321neo.
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Protesters urge Asean leaders to ban trash imports
Protestors in Bangkok yesterday dumped plastic waste in front of a government building and called on Southeast Asian leaders to ban imports of trash from developed countries. The protest comes ahead of a weekend meeting of the 10-member Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean), with many....
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FUREY: Intentional or not, Canadian warship’s Taiwan Strait journey sends a message
Canada has a lot of much-discussed options on the table when it comes to hitting back at China in the ongoing spat between the two countries. But this week they exercised an option that no major observer guessed was coming. It wasn’t banning Huawei, as many have urged, or withdrawing from the Asian....
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Melting ice threatens water supplies
The melting of Himalayan glaciers has doubled in recent decades, threatening water supplies for hundreds of millions of people across Asia, researchers say. A study that used declassified images taken by US spy satellites suggests that melting caused by rising temperatures has accelerated dramatically since 2000.
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