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Our mission is to spread the Gospel to the World on Shortwave, AM/Medium Wave, Satellite radio, TV and the Internet
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Lockdowns whet appetite for organic food
For the past five years, farmer Michael Christian Simon has regularly supplied organic vegetables to a steady clientele of more than 30 families in the Malaysian state of Selangor.
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Stroke risk DOUBLES for Asian people with Covid-19, study finds
'We suspect, therefore, that Asian people who contract Covid-19 may have a higher risk of Covid-19-associated stroke than is seen in other ethnic groups.' A Public Health England (PHE) report, which covered the period from March to May in line with this study, found only a slight increase of Covid-19 diagnosis in Asian people compared to white.
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A stronger China has no reason to seek a sphere of influence even as US power wanes
. China has no interest in replacing the US as the world’s dominant military and political power. In East Asia, the challenge is how Beijing and Washington, with their overlapping influence, can coexist; The US suspects China is trying to drive it out of the region and has stepped up its....
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Two Major Power Blocs Are Vying For Power In The Middle East The U.S.-Israel-UAE-India alliance is looking to supress the growing influence of both China and Russia in energy, military and infrastructure projects in the Middle East
The 15 June clash between military units of the two great Asia powers China and India in the disputed territory of the Galwan Valley in the Himalayas reflected a much greater change in the core relationship between the two countries than the relatively small number of casualties might imply.
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Stock Rally Set to Extend in Asia; Dollar Slumps: Markets Wrap
(Bloomberg) -- A global equity rally looked set to extend in Asia on Friday as investors bought into technology and health-care firms on bets the U.S. election results mean no major tax hikes or regulatory changes that could derail those sectors.
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Technological Revolution and Regional Order in East Asia Webinar...
Against an increasingly tense backdrop of geopolitical competition, a new wave of rapid technological change is likely to transform the regional landscape of East Asia.
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Asian nations could benefit from revamped oil investments
When the oil crash reverberated around the globe back in the spring, Asian nations were hit hard. Much of the attention surrounding the crash was ultimately directed toward Saudi Arabia and Russia, and to some extent the full OPEC+ coalition. But throughout Asia, too, oil investment plummeted and the industry ground to a halt.
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Trainline shares gain despite £43m loss
(Bloomberg) -- A global equity rally looked set to extend in Asia on Friday as investors bought into technology and health-care firms on bets the U.S. election results mean no major tax hikes or regulatory changes that could derail those sectors. The dollar slumped to its lowest in more than two years.
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Stock Rally Set to Extend in Asia; Dollar Slumps: Markets Wrap
(Bloomberg) -- A global equity rally looked set to extend in Asia on Friday as investors bought into technology and health-care firms on bets the U.S. election results mean no major tax hikes or regulatory changes that could derail those sectors. The dollar slumped to its lowest in more than two years.
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Newfound opportunities amid Covid-19 pandemic
Singapore’s efforts to diversify food imports is a practical choice that bodes well for Colombo’s Asia-centric policy. Photos of empty supermarket shelves became commonplace in the first weeks of the Covid-19 pandemic. The shutting down of borders and decreasing trade have affected many countries,....
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National Nestlé Purina launching insect-based pet food Sarah Dewberry 4:52 PM, Nov 05, 2020
Nestlé's Purina is launching a line of dog and cat foods that'll include insect and plant proteins. In a press release , the company said Purina Beyond Nature's Protein would come in two versions: one based on chicken, pig's liver, and millet, which is a small, round whole grain grown in Asia and Africa.
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Fuji Xerox confirms APAC affiliate names post-rebrand
Fuji Xerox has confirmed the new names of its Asia Pacific affiliates following the end of its partnership with Xerox from April 2021. From the end of the agreement, Fuji Xerox Australia will be rebranded as Fujifilm Business Innovation Australia. Having been landed with a $49 million tax bill in....
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S&C Asia Pacific Donates AU$10,500 to BlazeAid
recently donated AU$10,500 to BlazeAid , a volunteer-based organization that works with families and individuals in rural Australia affected by natural disasters such as fires and floods. BlazeAid volunteers work alongside rural families to rebuild fences and other damaged or destroyed structures.
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Financial experts say the shift from cash to real-time payments in Asia has accelerated, but the real challenge will be connecting those infrastructures across borders
Ari Sarker, co-president, Asia Pacific, Mastercard. Mastercard RTPs are a critical element of nation building in the region, in particular around increased digital and financial inclusion; India is global leader in RTPs, with 41 million transactions per day, closely followed by China; While domestic....
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Saudis cut oil prices for U.S. and Asian delivery as virus uncertainty builds
(Bloomberg) --Saudi Arabia cut most oil pricing for its customers in Asia and the U.S. as a resurgence in the coronavirus clouds the outlook for energy markets. State producer Saudi Aramco decreased December pricing for shipments of Arab Light crude to Asia, its largest regional market, by 10 cents a barrel to a 50-cent discount to the benchmark.
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Asia-Pacific Neighbours: Indo-Japan Geo-Political Concord
Article 9 of Japan’s constitution outlaws war as an option to settle international disputes. And rightly so, the trajectory of inter-state developments in Japan ever since 1940’s has seen tremendous growth. The state has embarked the new era of tech and infrastructural revolution with countries all....
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Circle K owner retakes Hong Kong franchise in bet on Asian growth
HONG KONG -- The Canadian owner of the Circle K convenience store chain will buy the Hong Kong and Macao franchise operation, making its first direct foray into Asia while looking for more. Alimentation Couche-Tard will pay 2.79 billion Hong Kong dollars ($360 million) for the 373 Circle K stores, the Quebec-based retail group said Thursday.
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Free webinar: 5G in the shadow of geopolitics
Register for the webinar. Hosted by Asia Times’ Senior Finance Correspondent William Pesek; November 12, 2020, 9 am Eastern Standard Time. China’s 5G rollout is proceeding despite geopolitical pressures, with six million base stations to be installed in the next two years.
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USMEF U S Meat Export Federation : Pork Exports Remain on Record Pace through September; Beef Exports Trend Lower
(marketscreener.com) September exports of U.S. pork increased 10% year-over-year, keeping 2020 exports on a record pace, according to data released by USDA and compiled by the U.S. Meat Export Federation . Beef exports were fairly steady with last year in major Asian markets but trended lower overall.
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Wealth Management Market in India 2020: Bajaj Capital Limited, IIFL Wealth Management Limited, Karvy Private Wealth
A new research document is added in HTF MI database of 54 pages, titled as 'Wealth Management Market in India 2020’ with detailed analysis, Competitive landscape, forecast and strategies. The study covers geographic analysis that includes regions like North America, Europe or Asia and important....
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Population dynamics and the rise of empires in Inner Asia
To understand the population dynamics that gave rise to the Steppe's historic empires, researchers from the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History (MPI-SHH), the National University of Mongolia, and partner institutions in Mongolia, Russia, Korea and the United States generated and....
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StanChart to make flexible working arrangements permanent from 2021
LONDON (Reuters) - Standard Chartered will make permanent the flexible working arrangements for most employees that were put in place during the coronavirus pandemic, it said on Thursday. The Asia, Africa and Middle East-focused bank said it aims for around 50% of its markets, comprising around 70%....
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Indonesia Falls Into Recession for First Time in More Than 20 Years
Indonesia fell into recession this year for the first time since the Asian financial crisis in 1998 as COVID-19 shutdowns caused a sharp drop in consumption and investment expenditure, but “the worst is over” for Southeast Asia’s biggest economy, officials said Thursday. Gross domestic product shrank by about 3.
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Asia Today: India's virus cases jump on New Delhi resurgence
Nerves are frayed in New Delhi after it reported a record 6,842 new cases in the past 24 hours. It has more than 37,000 active cases. The ministry has attributed the surge in New Delhi to the festival season and warned that the situation can worsen due to people crowding markets for festival shopping.
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Asia Pacific Flue Gas Desulfurization Market (2020 to 2025) - By Type, Installation, End-user, Country, Forecast & Opportunities
report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. The Asia Pacific Flue Gas Desulfurization Market is expected to grow at a steady rate during the forecast period. The growing environmental concerns especially those pertaining to increasing air pollution levels especially in countries such....
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DW News Asia with Melissa Chan, 05 November 2020
DW News DW News Asia with Melissa Chan, 05 November 2020. For many Asian migrants trying to get to Europe, the long journey across two continents stops in a town in Bosnia. There, many face a cold winter and an uncertain future. Plus on election week, we take a closer look at one major worry in East....
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