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Global coronavirus cases top 24 million
Worldwide Covid-19 infections exceeded 24 million as cases continued to climb in Europe and Asia, with Italy, France and South Korea reporting the most new infections in months. New U.S. testing guidelines drew criticism from state leaders and public-health experts, while a top Trump administration official defended the move.
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Asia shares take a breather, hope for flexible Fed
Asian shares touched two-year peaks on Thursday in the wake of Wall Street's record run as cheap cash drove up big-cap tech darlings, although Sino-US tensions caused caution to creep in as the session progressed. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan turned flat after earlier reaching its highest since August 2018.
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Tony Fernandes bullish AirAsia will be 'stronger than before'
On Tuesday, a week after we speak, AirAsia reports a record quarterly loss, underlining the extent of the pain felt by the group in April, May and June. What the overall experience adds up to, he says, is that he is learning how to survive in a pandemic.
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Asia shares take a breather, hope for flexible Fed
Asian stocks will likely climb on Thursday after the S&P 500 and Nasdaq rallied to fresh records on upbeat corporate results, while the dollar eased a day before the U.S. Federal Reserve possibly sets a new course on inflation. FILE PHOTO: A man wearing protective face mask, following an outbreak....
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India Reports Record Daily Jump Of 75,760 Coronavirus Infections
MUMBAI: India reported on Thursday a record daily jump of 75,760 coronavirus infections, taking its total caseload to 3.31 million as cases surged across the country, data from the federal health ministry showed. India is the worst affected country in Asia and third behind the United States and Brazil in terms of total cases.
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India reports record daily jump of 75,760 coronavirus infections
MUMBAI, Aug 27 (Reuters) - India reported on Thursday a record daily jump of 75,760 coronavirus infections, taking its total caseload to 3.31 million as cases surged across the country, data from the federal health ministry showed. India is the worst affected country in Asia and third behind the United States and Brazil in terms of total cases.
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Asian Markets Mixed Ahead Of Powell Speech
CANBERA (dpa-AFX) - Asian stock markets are mixed on Thursday despite the record closing highs overnight on Wall Street. Investors remained cautious as they looked ahead to the U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell's speech at the Jackson Hole symposium later in the day.
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U.S. military presence needed in Asia, Philippines’ foreign minister says August 27, 2020 MANILA--The United States military presence in Asia is needed as
MANILA--The United States military presence in Asia is needed as rivalry between Washington and Beijing intensifies, the Philippines’ foreign minister said on Wednesday. The two powers are arguing over issues from trade to what the United States sees as aggressive moves by China’s armed forces,....
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Asia shares take a breather, hope for flexible Fed
MSCI’s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan .MIAPJ0000PUS turned flat after earlier reaching its highest since August 2018. Japan’s Nikkei .N225 eased 0.4% from levels not seen since mid-February, and South Korea .KS11 fell 0.8% as a jump in coronavirus cases ended four days of rises. Even S&P 500 futures ESc1 dipped 0.
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As China’s role in Mekong grows, Asean states must weigh ties with US, other powers
. China’s belt and road projects and its engagement with the region via the Lancang-Mekong Cooperation are fuelling a strategic competition in Southeast Asia; The US, Japan and South Korea have deepened their commitment to Mekong nations, with each also affirming Washington’s policy of a free and open Indo-Pacific.
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Regional Technical Expert Meetings on Mitigation 2020 - Region: Eastern Europe and West Asia 27 August 2020 virtual
The Regional Technical Expert Meetings on Mitigation 2020 – Region: Eastern Europe and West Asia will be held on the theme: Climate smart cooling solutions for sustainable buildings in Eastern Europe and West Asia. The meeting will discuss: new sustainable solutions for cooling that take into....
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Israel’s Entry in Arab world creates ripples!
N. P. Upadhyaya, Kathmandu: The United Arab Emirates, UAE, recently established full-fledged diplomatic ties with Israel-a country which was till the other day a taboo for the Muslim nations across the world. This news has stirred the entire Arab world politics whose reverberations could well be noticed in South Asia as well.
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Revisiting India’s Neighbourhood Policy: Nepal, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka
While in recent times rising tensions between New Delhi and Beijing have attracted the attention of regional and other observers, it is noteworthy that India’s ties with its neighbouring countries in the South Asian Association for Regional Co-operation (SAARC) grouping, especially those with Nepal, have rapidly deteriorated.
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Job losses loom as Vanguard Group closes Hong Kong, Japan operations
and Japan operations and cut jobs across both locations as it shifts its Asian headquarters to Shanghai, it said on Wednesday. The largest mutual fund company, with roughly $6 trillion in assets under management, said in a statement its Hong Kong business mostly served institutional clients and not retail investors, which are its primary focus.
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Global Stock Rally to Extend in Asia; Dollar Dips: Markets Wrap
(Bloomberg) -- Asian stocks looked poised to build on gains that pushed global equities to a record high amid rising expectations for loose monetary policy and positive U.S. economic data. The dollar weakened and gold climbed. Futures edged higher in Japan, Hong Kong and Australia.
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Singapore Expat Jobs Under Threat in Recession, Local Hire Push
Singapore has long been the city of choice for Western expats wanting an easy entree into Asia. Clean, efficient, with low tax rates, it’s often seen as rivaling Hong Kong, especially with that city Yet just when Singapore should be a magnet for global talent, some recruiters say the barriers to entry are mounting.
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Global Stock Rally to Extend in Asia; Dollar Dips: Markets Wrap
Asian stocks looked poised to build on gains that pushed global equities to a record high amid rising expectations for loose monetary policy and positive U.S. economic data. The dollar weakened and gold climbed. Futures edged higher in Japan, Hong Kong and Australia.
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The Hunt for Real Yields May Drive Investors Into Asian Bonds
A slump in real yields on U.S. Treasury bonds is set to stoke demand for Asian government debt as the search for income forces investors to take on more risk. Ten-year government yields, adjusted for expected inflation in 2021, are positive in Indonesia, India, China, Thailand, Malaysia and South Korea, according to .
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UPS appoints new executives to U.S., international posts
, will become president of U.S. operations . He has also been president of European operations for UPS and president of the Asia Pacific region. Cesarone replaces George Willis , who is retiring after 36 years. Scott Price, chief transportation and strategy officer at UPS, is being named president of UPS International.
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Newsdeck: How low did it go? Scientists calculate Earth’s Ice Age temperatures
WASHINGTON, Aug 26 (Reuters) - Guided by ocean plankton fossils and climate models, scientists have calculated just how cold it got on Earth during the depths of the last Ice Age, when immense ice sheets covered large parts of North America, South America, Europe and Asia. By Will Dunham.
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Apptio Accelerates Growth Across Asia-Pacific (APAC) As Demand for Technology Business Management (TBM) Solutions Across the Region Continues to Rise
Southeast Asia. BELLEVUE, Wash. Aug. 27, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Apptio, Inc. , a leading provider of technology business management (TBM) solutions that help organisations analyse, plan and optimise technology spend, marks strong momentum across the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region with the addition of 46....
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How low did it go? Scientists calculate Earth's Ice Age temperatures
WASHINGTON: Guided by ocean plankton fossils and climate models, scientists have calculated just how cold it got on Earth during the depths of the last Ice Age, when immense ice sheets covered large parts of North America, South America, Europe and Asia.
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Maritime Regulatory and Law Enforcement Authorities Convene to Enhance Measures to Combat Piracy and Sea Robbery in Asia
ReCAAP Information Sharing Centre organises first Virtual Capacity Building Workshop to share information on evolving maritime safety situation in Asia. ReCAAP Information Sharing Centre (ISC) today held its annual Capacity Building Workshop virtually for the maritime regulatory and law enforcement....
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Chinese food in Arcadia is done right at 2 Westfield Santa Anita restaurants
If you’ve eaten your way through Asia in general, and China in particular, you know there’s a well-defined synergy between the cuisine and the setting. Noodles are enjoyed at all hours on folding Formica-topped card tables, seated on rickety chairs, down alleyways — with the food being cooked on open flames just a step or two away.
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COVID-19 pushes US LNG into a tight spot
T he pandemic-led weak projections for economic growth will derail US LNG exports in full-year 2020 with the country also losing ground in the long term due to major delays in liquefaction projects. US LNG exports were strong between 2017 and 2019, driven by the shale gas boom, rising demand for natural gas in Asia and higher global LNG prices.
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PREMIUM TIMES, 13 others win Asian awards for pangolin trafficking report
PREMIUM TIMES and 13 other newsrooms across the world were, on Wednesday, awarded in two categories for their joint reportage on the environmental degradation and species loss resulting from the illegal trafficking and poaching of pangolins. The to PREMIUM TIMES and its 13 partners at the Society of....
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