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Aerospace firm 'will break into new markets' after Brexit transition
The family company, which employs 45 people designing and making electro-mechanical switching devices, says it has built strong trading relationships cross Europe and the world over many years, including in Italy, India and Asia. The Department for International Trade has is offering help to....
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Fuji Xerox Strengthens Synergies Within Fujifilm Group to Create Growth Globally
TOKYO Nov. 5, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Fuji Xerox announces that its Asia Pacific operations will change to the Fujifilm brand with the changing of Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd. corporate name to FUJIFILM Business Innovation Corp. on April 2021 . This change is brought forth based on the company's decision to....
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Winning by Design Expands Australian and Asia Pacific Markets With the Appointment of Charlie Wood as ANZ Managing Director
Winning by Design launches its metrics-based Sales as a Science (SaaS) framework and remote selling approach to B2B businesses in new regions. MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- The leader in transforming and scaling revenue organizations, Winning by Design , continues its expansion plan by....
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Indonesian president quietly signs divisive stimulus into law overnight
[JAKARTA] Late Monday, President Joko Widodo of Indonesia quietly signed into law a divisive stimulus bill that has sent hundreds of thousands of Indonesians to the streets in protest. The omnibus law was first pitched as a vital jobs-creation effort that would resuscitate Southeast Asia's largest....
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Asia shares near 3-year high, bonds see boon in U.S. stalemate
SYDNEY: Asian shares climbed on Thursday and bonds extended their blistering rally as investors wagered the prospect of U.S. policy gridlock would greatly favour some industries while also restraining government borrowing. The risk of a prolonged contested election did remain, though the count was....
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Asia shares near three-year high, bonds see boon in U.S. stalemate Subscriber content
The risk of a prolonged contested election did remain, though the count was progressing in an orderly fashion with Democratic challenger Joe Biden narrowly ahead in key states. With massive fiscal stimulus likely off the agenda, another wave of near-free liquidity seemed inevitable.
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Asian stocks and US futures rise as investors await election results
(CNN) -- Asian stocks and US futures are rising as investors Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index rallied 2% in early trade Thursday, South Korea's Kospi rose 1.5%, Japan's Nikkei was up 1.2% and China's Shanghai Composite rose 1%. Markets in Asia took their cue from Wall Street, where stocks rallied Wednesday.
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The Day the First Greater East Asia Assembly Began
By Wei Yan Aung 5 November 2020. YANGON—The first Greater East Asia Assembly was held in Tokyo, Japan, on Nov. 5-6, 1943. It adopted five fundamental principles of common prosperity among the nations of Greater East Asia, respecting one another’s independence and sovereignty and ending all racial discrimination.
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Pundits’ Takes on Myanmar’s 2020 Election - Kavi Chongkittavorn is a senior
By The Irrawaddy 2 November 2020. Kavi Chongkittavorn is a senior fellow at the Institute of Security and International Studies at Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok. His research interests include US foreign policy toward Southeast Asia, especially Thailand; the future of the Indo-Pacific; and regional security architecture.
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Fuji Xerox Strengthens Synergies Within Fujifilm Group to Create Growth Globally
Fuji Xerox announces that its Asia Pacific operations will change to the Fujifilm brand with the changing of Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd. corporate name to FUJIFILM Business Innovation Corp. on April 2021. This change is brought forth based on the company's decision to end the Technology Agreement with....
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Fuji Xerox Strengthens Synergies Within Fujifilm Group to Create Growth Globally
TOKYO Nov. 5, 2020 /PRNewswire/ --Â Fuji Xerox announces that its Asia Pacific operations will change to the Fujifilm brand with the changing of Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd. corporate name to FUJIFILM Business Innovation Corp. on April 2021 . This change is brought forth based on the company's decision to....
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Aerospace firm 'will break into new markets' after Brexit transition ends
The family company, which employs 45 people designing and making electro-mechanical switching devices, says it has built strong trading relationships cross Europe and the world over many years, including in Italy, India and Asia. The Department for International Trade has is offering help to....
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Global energy interconnection conference promotes green, low-carbon development
The Global Energy Interconnection Development and Cooperation Organization (GEIDCO) has called on countries to develop energy networks and promote an energy transformation in Asia.
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Indonesia sees first recession in over two decades on Covid-19 hit
JAKARTA (BLOOMBERG) - Indonesia's economy contracted again in the third quarter, falling into its first recession since the Asian financial crisis more than two decades ago as the country grapples with the coronavirus pandemic. Gross domestic product shrank 3.
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New operating procedure drawn up for areas under movement control order: Msia's senior minister
PUTRAJAYA (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - A new standard operating procedure (SOP) for areas under two types of movement control order (MCO) has been drawn up as the government looks for more effective intervention into the current state of the Covid-19 pandemic, said Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob.
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Asia tracks Wall St rally as markets shrug at election limbo
The Nasdaq was the standout, notching its biggest gain in more than six months as traders doubled down on technology stocks. Health insurers were big winners, too, as prospects for an overhaul of the industry dimmed. The S&P 500 rose 74.42 points to 3,443.44. The Dow added 1.3% to 27,847.66. The Nasdaq gained 3.
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It's the Fed, Not the White House, That Matters Most in Asia
Please look beyond the White House for just a few minutes, Asia. The place that matters most for you right now is the Marriner S. Eccles Federal Reserve Building, a few blocks away on Constitution Ave. Don’t let the obscurity of the address fool you. From inside these walls a massive exercise in....
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Indonesia falls into recession for first time in two decades
JAKARTA -- Indonesia fell into recession for the first time in two decades, as the coronavirus pandemic took its toll on Southeast Asia's largest economy. The country's real gross domestic product plunged 3.49% in the three months ended September from a year earlier, according to data released on Thursday.
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Asian stocks and US futures rise as investors await election results
Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index rallied 2% in early trade Thursday, South Korea's Kospi rose 1.5%, Japan's Nikkei was up 1.2% and China's Shanghai Composite rose 1%. Markets in Asia took their cue from Wall Street, where stocks rallied Wednesday. The Dow closed up 368 points, or 1.3%, higher.
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Apple aims to make 2.5m MacBooks with in-house CPU by February - Nikkei Asian Review
TAIPEI -- Apple is asking suppliers to produce 2.5 million MacBook laptops powered by its in-house designed CPU by February as the California tech giant looks to rapidly cut its reliance on Intel chips, sources have told Nikkei Asia. These initial production orders for the first MacBooks to use the....
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Indonesia's economy shrinks year-on-year in third quarter, suffers first recession in over 20 years JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia's economy contracted by slightly more than expected in the third quarter as the coronavirus outbreak helped trigger its first
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia's economy contracted by slightly more than expected in the third quarter as the coronavirus outbreak helped trigger its first recession in over 20 years, data from the statistics bureau showed on Thursday. Southeast Asia's largest economy shrank 3.
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Asia tracks Wall St rally as markets shrug at election limbo
The Nasdaq was the standout, notching its biggest gain in more than six months as traders doubled down on technology stocks. Health insurers were big winners, too, as prospects for an overhaul of the industry dimmed. The S&P 500 rose 74.42 points to 3,443.44. The Dow added 1.3% to 27,847.66. The Nasdaq gained 3.
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Indonesia sees first recession in over two decades as coronavirus hits
Indonesia fell into recession for the first time in over two decades in the third quarter as the COVID-19 pandemic battered consumption and business activity in Southeast Asia's largest economy, official data showed on Thursday.
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Asia shares near three-year high, bonds see boon in U.S. stalemate
By Wayne Cole SYDNEY (Reuters) - Asian shares climbed on Thursday and bonds extended their blistering rally as investors wagered the prospect of U.S. policy gridlock would greatly favour some industries while also restraining government borrowing. A man wearing a protective mask, following the....
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Nike consolidates operations due to Covid-19
NEW DELHI: Covid-19 has forced Nike to further consolidate its operations in India. The world’s largest sportswear company has laid off a chunk of its already diminishing workforce in the country, while asking others to join its operations in South East Asia and shelved plans to open a huge back office in Bengaluru, sources said.
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Indonesia sees first recession in over two decades
Jakarta, Nov, 5 (BNA): Indonesia fell into recession for the first time in over two decades in the third quarter as the COVID-19 pandemic battered consumption and business activity in Southeast Asia’s largest economy, official data showed on Thursday. Gross domestic product (GDP) shrank 3.
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