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Asia Today: Hong Kong, Singapore OK travel, virus in Vanuatu
Starting Nov. 22, visitors from either city must have a negative virus test result before they leave, when they arrive and before they return. Flights designated to carry passengers in the bubble will carry a maximum of 200 travelers each. It will start with one flight a day to each city and increase to two designated flights Dec.
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Asia Today: Hong Kong, Singapore OK travel, virus in Vanuatu
— Vanuatu has recorded its first case of the coronavirus after a citizen who had been repatriated from the United States tested positive while in quarantine. The Pacific nation had been among the last few countries to have avoided the virus altogether. Health authorities say the 23-year-old man was asymptomatic when he returned on Nov.
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Asia Today: Hong Kong, Singapore OK travel, virus in Vanuatu
HONG KONG (AP) — Hong Kong and Singapore will start an air travel bubble at the end of November, allowing travelers from each city to visit the other without entering quarantine in a first step to stimulate tourism amid the coronavirus pandemic. Starting Nov.
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Business 33 mins ago Asia markets build on vaccine, Biden gains
Equities were already in the ascendant at the end of last week as it appeared the former vice president was looking on course to wrest control of the White House from Donald Trump and provide more certainty to world affairs. But US pharma giant Pfizer and Germany’s BioNTech provided rocket fuel....
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Asia Today: Hong Kong, Singapore OK travel, virus in Vanuatu
HONG KONG (AP) — Hong Kong and Singapore will start an air travel bubble later this month, allowing travelers from each city to visit the other without entering quarantine. The travelers must test negative for the coronavirus before they leave, when they arrive and before they return.
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Renault Samsung bets on SUV models to revive sales in Korea
Renault Samsung Motors Corp., the South Korean unit of Renault S.A., will focus on promoting SUV models to revive sales amid the coronavirus pandemic, the company's country manager said Wednesday. Renault Samsung has suffered a sharp decline in sales this year in Asia's fourth-biggest economy due to....
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Australia may open borders to Asia as it records third day without local COVID-19 case
Australia is considering opening its borders to Asian countries, including parts of China, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Tuesday, as Canberra seeks to revive an economy ravaged by COVID-19. Australia in March shut its borders to all non-citizens and permanent residents, though in October Canberra allowed New Zealand residents to enter.
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Marketplaces get ready for year-end sale season
Singles Day 11/11 (November 11), which opens the year-end sale season, is expected to be an opportunity for e-commerce websites to ‘win big’ before Black Friday and Cyber Monday. The Singles Day shopping campaign originated from China and has been spreading to Southeast Asia, including Vietnam. Alibaba last year reported turnover of 268.
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Asian shares mostly higher as focus shifts to virus recovery
Shares were mostly higher Wednesday in Asia after a worldwide rally spurred by hopes that a COVID-19 vaccine will help the global economy return to normal. Benchmarks advanced in Tokyo, Seoul and Sydney but edged lower in Hong Kong and Shanghai, where new Chinese regulations focused on technology companies prompted selling in that sector.
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Eurasian Disunion: Russia’s Vulnerable Flanks
*A free e-book of this title is available for download below. Russia’s attack on Ukraine and the dismemberment of its territory is not an isolated operation. It constitutes one component of a broader strategic agenda to rebuild a Moscow-centered bloc designed to compete with the West.
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Asian shares mostly higher as focus shifts to virus recovery
Shares were mostly higher Wednesday in Asia after a worldwide rally spurred by hopes that a COVID-19 vaccine will help the global economy return to normal. Benchmarks advanced in Tokyo, Seoul and Sydney but edged lower in Hong Kong and Shanghai, where new Chinese regulations focused on technology companies prompted selling in that sector.
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DBS and CNN join forces for a campaign about innovative, purpose-driven solutions in a brave new world
DBS, a leading financial services group in Asia, and CNN International Commercial (CNNIC) are collaborating on an advertising and sponsorship campaign that shines a spotlight on innovative, purpose-driven initiatives that are reinventing the way the world is navigating these unprecedented times.
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Japan and Taiwan companies to gain from China's quick recovery
TOKYO/TAIPEI -- Japan and Taiwan, two places in Asia trying to keep their distance from China politically, are finding the country's economic pull inescapable. Japanese and Taiwanese companies see China's rapid recovery as a rare bright spot as the pandemic lingers and continues to sap demand in other markets around the world.
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What does Pfizer's vaccine mean for Asia? Five things to know
TOKYO -- U.S. drugmaker Pfizer lifted spirits worldwide this week with word that its vaccine candidate was found to be "more than 90% effective in preventing COVID-19." Scientists think it could lead to a victory against the coronavirus, but warn against premature optimism and want more information before drawing conclusions.
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Asia Today: Hong Kong, Singapore OK travel, virus in Vanuatu
HONG KONG -- Hong Kong and Singapore will start an air travel bubble at the end of November, allowing travelers from each city to visit the other without entering quarantine in a first step to stimulate tourism amid the coronavirus pandemic. Starting Nov.
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Asia Today: Returnee from US is Vanuatu’s 1st virus case
WELLINGTON, New Zealand Vanuatu has recorded its first case of the coronavirus after a citizen who had been repatriated from the United States tested positive while in quarantine. The Pacific nation had been among the last few countries to have avoided the virus altogether.
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Remittances to fall for first time in 11 years
However, even though this is a 7.6 percent drop from last year’s 17 billion USD, Vietnam will remain the ninth biggest remittance beneficiary in the world, according to a recent report by the World Bank. In the East Asia and Pacific region, the country is forecast to rank third behind China (59.5 billion USD) and the Philippines (33.
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What If America Had Gone to War Against the Soviets in Asia?
But when the Cold War really went hot, the fighting took place in Asia. In Korea and Vietnam, the Soviet Union waged proxy struggles against the United States, and both sides used every tool available to control the destiny of China. However, while few believed that the Pacific theater would....
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Abbott launches IonicRF Generator in the U.S. to help those with chronic pain
Abbott Laboratories has seen the launch of the IonicRF Generator, which delivers a nonsurgical, minimally invasive treatment for the management of pain in the nervous system. The generator is a radiofrequency (RF) ablation device that uses heat to target specific nerves and block pain signals from reaching the brain.
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Medtech Innovator competition selects five finalists for annual Asia Pacific competition
HONG KONG – Los Angeles-based medical device accelerator Medtech Innovator and Asia Pacific Medical Technology Association (APACMed) have picked five finalists to compete for the title of the 2020 Asia Pacific Grand Prize winner, out of more than 170 applicants.
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Height of China's growth story
A recent report in the medical journal Lancet says Chinese people have been gaining in height in the past 30 years. The report says the average height of 19-year-old Chinese males is 175.7 centimeters, making them the fifth tallest in Asia and the tallest in East Asia; the average height of Chinese females is 163.
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Chinese State Media Touts a Biden Win, Indicates Hope for Pro-Beijing US Administration: Analyst
have touted his declared victory and expressed hopes for a cozier U.S.–China relationship under a Biden administration. According to a Nov. 6 report by Radio Free Asia, Chinese authorities gave an order to domestic news outlets, forbidding them from forwarding U.S. election reports or updates from foreign sources.
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Mobile money a/cs: IMF says 17-fold jump in 4 years in India
“Mobile money has taken deep root in both sub-Saharan Africa and Asia, providing financial services to the underbanked and unbanked populations in these regions,” the IMF said in its Financial Access Survey-2020, released late Monday. The number of registered mobile money accounts in India witnessed....
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Asia imports to US hit extended peak season’s zenith in October
US imports from Asia increased more than 10 percent in October, with forwarders forecasting only a modest slowdown in growth through January. Please log in below to view the rest of this page. If you do not have an account, please register or subscribe below for access. Register with JOC.
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iProov Partners With TRUSTDOCK to Bring Genuine Presence Assurance to e-KYC Across Asia-Pacific
iProov, the leading provider of biometric authentication technology for Genuine Presence Assurance, today announced its partnership with Japanese e-KYC specialists, TRUSTDOCK. TRUSTDOCK is the leading e-KYC vendor in Japan, helping to foster and enhance digital identity throughout the country, with....
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DW News Asia with Melissa Chan, 10 November 2020
DW News DW News Asia with Melissa Chan, 10 November 2020. As cases mount around the world, Taiwan has emerged as a model for stopping the spread of COVID-19. Can its approach be replicated elsewhere? And former political prisoners in Myanmar have found a new mission -- helping people deal with the mental health struggles in quarantine.
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