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Lawmakers Propose Regulating Herbal Supplement Kratom

. By: Rep. Gary Scherer (R-Circleville) is proposing a bill, HB318, that would create an inspection and certification process for companies wanting to sell Kratom, an herbal supplement commonly found in powder and capsule form. Kratom is an herb found on trees in southeast Asia, known to be used as an alternative to coffee and for pain management.
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Swabi-born Asad set to follow Yasir Shah’s footsteps

LAHORE - A regular performer at the NCA Remote Areas Camp for the last two years, leg-spinner Mohammad Asad has found his way to Pakistan team that will compete in the ACC Emerging Teams Asia Cup to be played in Bangladesh from 12 November. The 19-year-old Asad hails from Swabi in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province.
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Dr Talat Farooq

TThe ongoing two day Margalla Dialogue in Islamabad promises to distinguish itself from the conventional academic conferences in Pakistan. With national and international policy-makers, area experts and academics as the key participants, the dialogue focuses on peace and development in South Asia, ..
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The world’s largest trade deal could be signed in 2020 — and the US isn’t in it

After more than six years of negotiations, more than a dozen countries in Asia Pacific are now aiming to sign what would be the world’s largest trade agreement in 2020. The deal, called Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership or RCEP, involves all 10 countries from the Association of Southeast....
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Cambodia: ACLED Regional Overview – Southeast Asia (3 – 9 November 2019)

In Southeast Asia, key trends last week include: a deadly attack by suspected separatists in Thailand’s deep south; ongoing fighting between the Arakan Army and the military in Myanmar; an increase in ‘vigilante’ violence against drug suspects in the Philippines; and continued arrests of Cambodia National Rescue Party members in Cambodia.
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SL Emerging team off to defend title

November 12, 2019, 9:12 pm Sri Lanka Team that won the third edition of the Emerging team Asia Cup The Sri Lanka Emerging Team led by Charith Asalanka left the island yesterday morning for the Emerging Teams Asia Cup which begins on the 14th of November in Bangladesh.
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Business 2 hours ago Briefs: Online insurance shopping platform launched

Fast-growing insurer FWD Philippines, part of pan-Asian FWD Group, on Tuesday launched the online insurance-selling platform Shop@FWD that offers exclusive insurance products and rewards only available online. Shop@FWD — accessible through www.shop.fwd.com.
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Medical Radiation Shielding Market 2019-2023| Evolving Opportunities with Amray Medical and ESCO Technologies | Technavio

Read the 117-page research report with TOC on "Medical Radiation Shielding Market Analysis Report by Application (Diagnostic shielding and Radiotherapy shielding), by Geography (North America, Europe, Asia, and ROW), and Segment Forecasts, 2019 2023". The market is driven by the increasing number of installations of radiology equipment.
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Match-fixing now a criminal offence in Sri Lanka

In a first in South Asia, Sri Lanka has criminalised several offences related to match-fixing in an attempt to stamp out the corruption scandals that have plagued the national team in the past few years. The Sri Lanka Parliament has passed all three readings of a bill entitled "Prevention of....
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Hitachi opens regional operations hub

Hitachi Vantara, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hitachi Ltd., unveiled on Tuesday a regional operations hub that will act as an innovation and global delivery centre for the Asia Pacific region. Hitachi Vantara was formed in 2017 as a new digital company committed to powering good for business and society.
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Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada Board Appoints New Directors

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Nov. 12, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The Board of Directors of the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada (APF Canada) is pleased to welcome two new Board-appointed members, Ms. Melissa Kennedy and Mr. John Knubley. Melissa Kennedy is the Executive Vice-President, Chief Legal....
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Asia Distillates-Gasoil cracks weaken further, slip to 5-mth low

Asian refining profit margins for 10 ppm gasoil weakened further on Tuesday, slipping to their lowest level in five months, weighed down by abundant supplies and weaker demand in the physical market. Refining margins or cracks for 10 ppm gasoil fell to $14.71 per barrel over Dubai crude during Asian trade, hitting their lowest levels since June 11.
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Local stocks edge higher

The local bourse edged higher on Tuesday on the back of broad-based gains across all the major indices. Although modest, most global markets recorded gains on the day starting off in Asia where the Nikkei and Hang Seng added 0.81% and 0.52% respectively, while the Shanghai Composite Index only closed 0.
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IMF predicts sluggish growth for 2020 in Eurasia

Economic growth in Central Asia and the South Caucasus will remain lackluster in 2020, slowing slightly in most countries, the International Monetary Fund says in its latest regional outlook, published late last month. Overall, the IMF estimates 4.4 percent economic growth in this region next year, a far cry from the 7.
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Suicide Bombings Take Root in the Southern Philippines

Terrorism and insurgency are not new to the Philippines. But what is surprising is that over the years, and despite the influence of Jemaah Islamiyah militants from Southeast Asia and al-Qaeda operatives and trainers, Filipino militants never embraced suicide bombing as a tactic. That is no longer the case.
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Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada Board Appoints New Directors

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Nov. 12, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The Board of Directors of the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada (APF Canada) is pleased to welcome two new Board-appointed members, Ms. Melissa Kennedy and Mr. John Knubley.  Melissa Kennedy is the Executive Vice-President, Chief Legal....
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IMF predicts sluggish growth for 2020 in Eurasia

Economic growth in Central Asia and the South Caucasus will remain lackluster in 2020, slowing slightly in most countries, the International Monetary Fund says in its latest regional outlook, published late last month. Overall, the IMF estimates 4.4 percent economic growth in this region next year, a far cry from the 7.
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Vietnam’s coal, crude oil imports surge on rising energy demand

Vietnam’s coal and crude oil imports surged in the first ten months of this year, government data released on Tuesday showed, highlighting the Southeast Asian country’s increasing reliance on imported energy to support its fast-growing economy. Vietnam has one of the fastest-growing economies in....
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US pork prices rise as fatal pig disease hits Asia: Tyson Foods CEO

CHICAGO: U.S. pork prices have increased in recent weeks as a fatal pig disease in Asia is reducing global meat supplies, the chief executive of Tyson Foods Inc said on Tuesday, after the company posted lower-than-expected quarterly earnings. The price increase is probably the first time the United....
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Adidas Moves Robotic “Speed Factories” Out Of Europe, US

to withdraw its “speed factories” out of Germany and the US, instead opting to reassign their newfound expertise in 3D printing and automation to suppliers in Asia. As the majority of Adidas’ products are already manufactured in Asia, it makes fiscal sense for the company to keep production costs....
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Local stocks edge higher

The local bourse edged higher on Tuesday on the back of broad-based gains across all the major indices. Although modest, most global markets recorded gains on the day starting off in Asia where the Nikkei and Hang Seng added 0.81% and 0.52% respectively, while the Shanghai Composite Index only closed 0.
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MIL-OSI Banking: Almaty-Bishkek Economic Corridor: Stronger Together

Source: Asia Development Bank. Just 240km separate Almaty, Kazakhstan and Bishkek, Kyrgyz Republic. The cities are divided by immense mountains, gridlocked border crossings and vast, sparsely populated land. Working alone, these divisions are obstacles. Working together in strategic sectors, the possibilities are endless.
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FedEx Unit More Than Doubles Early-A.M. Transpacific Air Network

FedEx Express, the air and international unit of FedEx Corp (NYSE: FDX ), said it has more than doubled the number of Asia-Pacific origin markets serving the U.S. and Canada for its early-morning delivery service, FedEx International First. The unit said it has added 14 originating Asia-Pacific....
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Stocks Rise Amid Trade-War Lull; Treasuries Drift: Markets Wrap

(Bloomberg) -- U.S. equity-index futures edged higher on Tuesday as European and Asian stocks rose amid a lull in trade-war headlines and simmering tension in Hong Kong. Treasuries fluctuated after a long weekend. Contracts for the main American gauges were all slightly firmer a day after the S&P 500 Index fell for the first time in four sessions.
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One of '25 Most Wanted' Species Rediscovered in Remote Vietnam

Illustration of a silver-backed chevroatin. Eric Losh / Mongabay. "That's when we first put together a plan of action," said Andrew Tilker, the Asian species officer for GWC, who described a 2017 meeting in Hanoi with a who's who of Vietnamese mammal conservation that ended with a planned expedition to see if the species persisted.
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Persistent loss of biologically-rich tropical forests in the Indian Eastern Himalaya

Abstract. Deforestation is a major cause of biodiversity loss in Asia. The biologically-diverse state of Arunachal Pradesh in India has been undergoing forest loss due to multiple drivers. We assessed the change in forest cover in a state-managed Reserved Forest adjoining an important Protected Area (PA), i.
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