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Can the UK Achieve Its Naval Ambitions in the Indo-Pacific?
This time next year, if all goes according to plans currently being drawn up by the United Kingdom’s Ministry of Defense, the Royal Navy (RN) will have deployed its biggest flotilla of warships to Asia in a generation. The carrier strike group (CSG) will be led by the RN’s largest ever warship, the $3.
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Asia Today: Malaysia expands virus measures to more areas
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia - Malaysia’s government said Saturday that it will expand movement restrictions to most parts of the country, with coronavirus cases nearly tripling over the past month. Another 1,168 new cases were reported Saturday, bringing Malaysia’s total tally to 39,357 — compared to just 13,993 a month ago.
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Asia Today: Malaysia expands virus measures to more areas
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — Malaysia’s government said Saturday that it will expand movement restrictions to most parts of the country, with coronavirus cases nearly tripling over the past month. Another 1,168 new cases were reported Saturday, bringing Malaysia's total tally to 39,357 — compared to just 13,993 a month ago.
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Asia Today: Malaysia expands virus measures to more areas
Malaysia emerged from a three-month lockdown in June, and the fresh outbreak was linked to an election in Sabah state on Borneo island. Restrictions have also been imposed in Sabah. Under the order, schools and all sports, religious and social events are halted, but businesses can operate as usual with strict measures.
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Asia Today: Malaysia expands virus measures to more areas
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — Malaysia’s government said Saturday that it will expand movement restrictions to most parts of the country, with coronavirus cases nearly tripling over the past month. Another 1,168 new cases were reported Saturday, bringing Malaysia's total tally to 39,357 — compared to just 13,993 a month ago.
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New Apple iPad Air
Apple was recently said to be facing some supply issues for its 5G iPhone 12 components. However, it looks like the company has a solution but then it’s not a full-fledged one. According to Nikkei Asia report, the company plans to reallocate some components of its newest iPad Air (2020) to the iPhone 12 handsets.
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Asia Today: Malaysia expands virus measures to more areas
The restrictions have been in effect since Oct. 14 in the country’s biggest city, Kuala Lumpur, the administrative capital, Putrajaya, and the richest state, Selangor. Malaysia emerged from a three-month lockdown in June, and the fresh outbreak was linked to an election in Sabah state on Borneo island.
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Asia Today: Malaysia expands virus measures to more areas
— Health authorities in Thailand on Saturday confirmed a new case of local transmission of the coronavirus, one of only a handful discovered in recent months. The Department of Disease Control identified the new case as a 37-year-old Indian man working as a waiter in the southern province of Krabi.
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Asia Today: Malaysia expands virus measures to more areas
— Health authorities in Thailand on Saturday confirmed a new case of local transmission of the coronavirus, one of only a handful discovered in recent months. The Department of Disease Control identified the new case as a 37-year-old Indian man working as a waiter in the southern province of Krabi.
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Asia Today: Australia's Victoria has no cases for 8th day
— India reported 50,356 new coronavirus infections over the past 24 hours, one-seventh of them in the country’s capital, which is struggling with a record surge. India’s confirmed cases -- currently the second largest in the world behind the United States – have exceeded 8.
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Chile to tap further into Chinese demand for avocados amid rising popularity
SANTIAGO, Nov. 6 (Xinhua) -- Chile looks forward to further tapping into the rising Chinese demand for avocados as the fruit has gained increasing popularity in the huge Asian market, Chilean trade representatives told Xinhua recently. As more Chinese consumers look for high-quality products with....
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Apollomics anchors investor base in Asia with $124M raise as it readies for its next phase of growth
BioCentury & Getty Images Finance Apollomics anchors investor base in Asia with $124M raise as it readies for its next phase of growth Ping An Capital leads series C round for cross-border cancer in-licensing play Cross-border play Apollomics raises a series C led by Ping An Capital and backed by a....
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Alibaba's slowing sales spook investors on edge after Ant Group's failed IPO
HONG KONG (BLOOMBERG) - Alibaba Group Holding's revenue grew at its slowest pace on record for a September quarter, underscoring how the e-commerce giant's post-pandemic rebound is starting to plateau. Asia's largest corporation reported a 30 per cent rise in sales in the September quarter, in line....
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Budget 2021: Airbnb says RM50m allocation set to strengthen tourist offerings
Airbnb head of public policy (Southeast Asia) Mich Goh said various forms of financial aids announced in Budget 2021 would enable tourism players to continue weathering challenges brought by the Covid-19 pandemic, particularly the host community and micro-entrepreneurs. ― Reuters pic.
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Asia Today: Australia's Victoria has no cases for 8th day
MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — The Australian state of Victoria had its eighth day in a row of no new virus cases or deaths, ahead of another move back to normal living including no limits on travel outside of Melbourne and the resumption of flights to New Zealand.
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Asian shares mostly higher after US rally, aid package hopes
People walk past a bank’s electronic board showing the Hong Kong share index at Hong Kong Stock Exchange Monday, Oct. 12, 2020. Asian shares are mostly higher in muted trading on Monday, as worries about the pandemic keep optimism in check, despite the rally that closed out last week on Wall Street. Vincent Yu AP.
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Roundup: Chile to tap further into Chinese demand for avocados amid rising popularity
SANTIAGO, Nov. 6 (Xinhua) -- Chile looks forward to further tapping into the rising Chinese demand for avocados as the fruit has gained increasing popularity in the huge Asian market, Chilean trade representatives told Xinhua recently. As more Chinese consumers look for high-quality products with....
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Budget 2021: Airbnb says RM50m allocation set to strengthen tourist offerings
Airbnb head of public policy (Southeast Asia) Mich Goh said various forms of financial aids announced in Budget 2021 would enable tourism players to continue weathering challenges brought by the Covid-19 pandemic, particularly the host community and micro-entrepreneurs. ― Reuters pic.
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ASEAN 33 seconds ago The Latest on Covid-19 Coronavirus Situation in ASEAN Countries
Asian Nations of the ASEAN has fared relatively well in keeping Covid-19 cases low, with the notable exceptions of the Philippines and Indonesia. However national economies of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations have struggled to stay afloat. Because countries underwent quarantine and....
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Commentary: Trump admin’s management of troubled Philippine-US alliance
A major nuisance between the Philippines and the US regarding their 69-year-old alliance is the ambiguity of the US security guarantee to its Southeast Asian ally as provided by the 1951 Mutual Defense Treaty (MDT) and in the face of China's aggressive expansion in the South China Sea since the second decade of the 21st century.
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Razer will hold its first eSports tournament in Latin America
Razer wants to continue driving the scene competitive of the gaming and the sports in the world. After his great success in Asia , is now targeting other large markets for video game Latin America , where planet perform its first intivational tournament.
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Indian candidate secures position in key committee at the UN
In a tightly contested election at the United Nations(UN) in New York, Indian diplomat Vidisha Maitra was elected to the Advisory Committee on Administrative and Budgetary Questions (ACABQ) on Friday. Maitra was India’s candidate for the only post in the committee from the Asia Pacific Group. The other candidate was from Iraq.
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Contributed by NAMPA / Associated Press. Asia Today: Australia's Victoria has no cases for 8th day
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A Brief Glimpse at C. Christine Fair Research Work: Fighting to the end - the Pakistan Army’s Way of War
Ms. Fair is an American researcher who worked as a Senior Researcher with the Rand Research Institute and also worked in United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA). She received her Ph.D. from the School of Civilization and Languages of South Asia at the University of Chicago in the....
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business ASEAN Marketing Summit 2020 -- The Biggest Marketing Summit in ASEAN is Back PR Newswire Asia
Live Broadcast from Jakarta, Singapore, Seoul and California. JAKARTA, Indonesia , Nov. 7, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- MarkPlus, Inc. in collaboration with Philip Kotler Center for ASEAN Marketing will hold ASEAN Marketing Summit (AMS) 2020 on Monday, November 9th 2020 , starting from 09.00 AM to 04.00 PM Jakarta Time.
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business Pingtan Marine Enterprise to Release 2020 Third Quarter Financial Results on November 9, 2020 PR Newswire Asia
FUZHOU, China , Nov. 7, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Pingtan Marine Enterprise Ltd. (Nasdaq: PME), ("Pingtan," or the "Company") announced today that it expects to release its financial results for the third quarter and nine months ended September 30, 2020, after the U.S.
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