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There’s a Plan to Bury Asia’s Carbon Emissions Under The Ocean
(Bloomberg) -- Australian and Japanese companies are studying plans to capture carbon dioxide from industrial emitters in Asia and store it under the ocean floor off the coast of Australia. Perth-based Transborders Energy Pty is working with partners including Tokyo Gas Co. and Kyushu Electric Power Co.
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Open Letter To Governor Brown: The Data Confirms “It’s Time To Re-Open Oregon’s Businesses”
I’m a proud native Oregonian. I’ve lived in Asia, Europe, and traveled most of the world, but I choose to live in Oregon. It’s that good. Oregon is also great because it is a political and social dichotomy. Ultra liberal Portland, Eugene, Bend vs ultra conservative rural Oregon. There is a little something for everybody…and I love every bit of it.
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These 10 Things Could Help Subdue Power-Hungry China
But the history behind China’s gambit with Australia is ominous. A century ago, Imperial Japan, building its Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere issued the now infamous Twenty-One Demands. They ranged from diktats for the Chinese economy to inserting Japan into its governance in short, to make China a protectorate .
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Wildlife trade threats: The importance of genetic data in saving an endangered species
In Southeast Asia, wildlife trade is running rampant, and Vietnam plays a key role in combating wildlife trafficking.
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The Biden duo tasked with rallying America's allies
The announcement of President-elect Joe Biden's long-time aide Antony Blinken as his choice of secretary of state last month was welcomed by the foreign policy establishment in Asia and Europe, and likely greeted with some measure of wariness in China.
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Why startups should embrace ESG factors
Thomas Chou, partner and co-head of the Asia Private Equity practice, Morrison & Foerster (left), and Ang Lip Kian, partner, Morrison & Foerster, say savvy entrepreneurs, innovators and investors are increasingly considering ESG issues as essential drivers for success in today's markets.
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Surging Container Freight Emerges As Key In Driving Aluminum, Alloy Prices Higher
Surging container freight costs are spurring significant price gains in aluminum and aluminum alloy markets in December, despite having rarely featured strongly in price discussions, as rapid changes in demand and supply prompted by the pandemic result in an acute container shortage in Asia.
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Report: Microwave weapons may be behind mysterious illness afflicting US officials abroad
A new report from the National Academy of Sciences has found “directed” radio frequency energy to be the most plausible explanation for mysterious and debilitating neurological symptoms experienced by dozens of American diplomats and intelligence operatives in Cuba, China, and other countries and....
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Godrej Agrovet Rating - Add: Spike in palm oil prices boosts outlook
For every 5% increase in palm oil prices, Godrej Agrovet’s earnings can increase by c.2%. Higher palm oil prices (up 60% y-o-y) have increased realisations as well as profitability of Godrej Agrovet ’s vegetable oil segment. Lower supplies from South-East Asia are leading to higher palm oil prices in India.
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ADB to support secondary education with US$ 400 mn loan
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has approved a $400 million loan to support the Government of Sri Lanka in transforming its secondary education system to align with the demand for highly skilled and agile workers who can compete in the rapidly changing global economy.
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Singapore remains key destination for start-ups and investment despite Covid-19
SINGAPORE - Singapore remains a key investment destination in South-east Asia with new sources of funding continuing to flow in for start-ups despite the challenges of Covid-19. Enterprise Singapore (ESG) chairman Peter Ong noted that while the $5 billion of funding local start-ups received in the first nine months of 2020 was lower than the $7.
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Report: Microwave weapons may be behind mysterious illness afflicting US officials abroad
A new report from the National Academy of Sciences has found “directed” radio frequency energy to be the most plausible explanation for mysterious and debilitating neurological symptoms experienced by dozens of American diplomats and intelligence operatives in Cuba, China, and other countries and....
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How COVID-19 undid Duterte's poser government in the Philippines
William Pesek is an award-winning Tokyo-based journalist and author of "Japanization: What the World Can Learn from Japan's Lost Decades." Few Asian leaders are keener to consign this year to the history books than President Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippines.
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Indonesia receives first COVID vaccine from China's Sinovac
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia received its first shipment of coronavirus vaccine from China on Sunday, President Joko Widodo said, as the government prepares a mass inoculation programme. Jokowi, as the president is widely known, said in an online briefing that the Southeast Asian country received 1.
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Japan retrieves asteroid samples in hunt for origins of planets
Japan has retrieved a capsule of asteroid dust from Australia's remote outback after a six-year mission that may help uncover more about the origins of the planets and water, the Asian nation's space agency said yesterday. The mission of the Japanese spacecraft, Hayabusa2, spotlights Asia's growing....
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India’s concern is always about whether its hegemony in South Asia will be affected
Lan Jianxue Chinese State Councilor and Defense Minister Wei Fenghe wrapped up his two-day visit to Pakistan on Tuesday. According to Pakistani media
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It might be the world's biggest ocean, but the mighty Pacific is in peril
The Pacific Ocean is the deepest, largest ocean on Earth, covering about a third of the globe's surface. An ocean that vast may seem invincible. Yet across its reach — from Antarctica in the south to the Arctic in the north, and from Asia to Australia to the Americas — the Pacific Ocean's delicate ecology is under threat.
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MIL-OSI Asia-Pac: Foreign Secretary’s Remarks at the ‘Global Heritage Series’ Organized by SPIC MACAY
Namaskar At the outset, I would like to thank Smt. Kunda Mahurkar, National Chairperson, SPIC MACAY, for inviting me to speak as the Chief Guest at the “Global Heritage Series” on the essence of spreading Indian and world heritage. I also wish to convey my greetings to Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia ji, Smt.
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Iran says satellite-controlled gun was used to kill top nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh
Mourners sit next to the coffin of Iranian nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh during the burial ceremony at the shrine of Imamzadeh Saleh in Tehran in November. Photo: West Asia News Agency via Reuters. Iran says satellite-controlled gun was used to kill top nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh.
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Asia week ahead: China and Japan data dominate
Released earlier this week, China’s Purchasing Manager Indices for November painted a rosy picture of the economy, driven by a broad-based recovery in both the manufacturing and services sectors. We will know next week whether the hard data validates this view.
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MIL-OSI Asia Pacific: Foreign Secretary’s Remarks at the ‘Global Heritage Series’ Organized by SPIC MACAY
Namaskar At the outset, I would like to thank Smt. Kunda Mahurkar, National Chairperson, SPIC MACAY, for inviting me to speak as the Chief Guest at the “Global Heritage Series” on the essence of spreading Indian and world heritage. I also wish to convey my greetings to Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia ji, Smt.
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It might be the world's biggest ocean, but the mighty Pacific is in peril
The Pacific Ocean is the deepest, largest ocean on Earth, covering about a third of the globe's surface. An ocean that vast may seem invincible. Yet across its reach — from Antarctica in the south to the Arctic in the north, and from Asia to Australia to the Americas — the Pacific Ocean's delicate ecology is under threat.
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‘Biden likely to focus on As-Pac’
Speaking before the Pilipinas Conference 2020 organized by Stratbase Albert del Rosario Institute, Ernie Bower, Chairman of the Advisory Board of the Center for Strategic and International Studies, said Biden’s incoming administration would likely focus on security and socio-economic issues in the Philippines and the rest of the Asia-Pacific.
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Israeli tech firms eye Dubai hub
Israeli technology companies taking part at the Gitex Technology Week see good opportunities in different UAE sectors and intend to use Dubai as a hub to cater to the wider Gulf, Africa and Asia regions. Executives of the big Israeli corporates and startups are overwhelmed with the scale of projects....
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Indonesia receives first COVID vaccine from China's Sinovac
Indonesia received its first shipment of coronavirus vaccine from China on Sunday, President Joko Widodo said, as the government prepares a mass inoculation programme. Jokowi, as the president is widely known, said in an online briefing that the Southeast Asian country received 1.2 million doses from China’s Sinovac Biotech Ltd.
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UN seeks clean energy progress in Indonesia
The United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) has launched the SDG7 road map for Indonesia to help the country accomplish its sustainable energy goals amid the challenges posed by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
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