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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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Asiatic black bears handed over to rescue centre
PHÚ THỌ — Two endangered Asiatic black bears were handed over to Vietnam Bear Rescue Centre in the northern province of Vĩnh Phúc on Tuesday after years of being caged by a resident in Phú Thọ Province. The bears, one weighing 120 kilos and the other 150 kilos, were held in captivity for about 18....
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Asia shares near three-year high, bonds see boon in U.S. stalemate
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.
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65% of APAC GDP to be digitised by 2022: IDC
With accelerated direct digital transformation (DX) investments creating economic gravity, over 65 per cent of the GDP of the Asia-Pacific region (excluding Japan) is expected to be digitalised and spending to hit $1.2 trillion between 2020 and 2023, a new IDC report said on Wednesday.
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Asia shares near 3-year high, bonds see boon in U.S. stalemate
(marketscreener.com) Asian shares climbed on Thursday and bonds extended their blistering rally as investors wagered the prospect of U.S. policy gridlock would greatly favor some industries while also restraining government borrowing. The risk of a prolonged contested election did remain, though the count was progressing in an orderly fashion.
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Asia shares near three-year high, bonds hold gains on U.S. gridlock bets
November 5, 2020. 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.
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Indonesia in recession for first time in 22 years
"the rainbow village" in Semarang, central Java, attracts hordes of visitors. Indonesia has fallen into its first recession in 22 years as the coronavirus pandemic continues to take it toll. South East Asia's biggest economy saw growth fall 3.49% in the third quarter of the year, compared to the same period in 2019.
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Asia tracks Wall St rally as markets shrug at election limbo
Asian shares advanced Thursday after stocks rallied on Wall Street as investors embraced the upside of more gridlock in Washington, sending the S&P 500 index up 2.2% while the outcome of the U.S. presidential election remained in limbo. Hong Kong's benchmark led the region, gaining 2.
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Indonesia sees first recession in over two decades as coronavirus hits
JAKARTA — 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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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 favor some industries while also restraining government borrowing. The risk of a prolonged contested election did remain, though the count was....
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Telehealth Market Next Big Thing | Major Giants: Teladoc, Doctor on Demand, GE Healthcare, SnapMD
Access sample report @ https://www.htfmarketreport.com/sample-report/2923743-telehealth-market-by-component Summary Telehealth Market By Component (Services, Hardware, and Software), Application (Teleradiology, Tele-consultation, Tele-ICU, Tele-stroke, Tele-psychiatry, Tele-dermatology), End Users....
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Innovent and Lilly Jointly Announce Results of Seven Clinical Studies of TYVYT® (sintilimab injection) to Be Presented at the ESMO ASIA Congress 2020
SAN FRANCISCO and SUZHOU, China Nov. 4, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Innovent Biologics, Inc. ("Innovent") (HKEX: 01801), a world-class biopharmaceutical company that develops, manufactures and commercializes high quality medicines for treatment of oncology, metabolic, autoimmune and other major diseases,....
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DBS 3Q Net Fell 20% on Year | Dow Jones
By P.R. Venkat. DBS Group Holdings Ltd.'s third-quarter net profit fell 20% on year as the bank set aside a greater portion of allowances anticipating risks from the Covid-19 pandemic. Net profit for the quarter ended September was 1.30 billion Singapore dollars (US$957.64 million), one of Southeast Asia's largest banks by assets said Thursday.
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International Seaways, Euronav joint ventures extend FSO deals
Two International Seaways-Euronav joint ventures have inked decade-long extensions for their floating storage and offloading units, set to generate at least $645m in revenue. The 442,000-dwt FSO Africa and FSO Asia (both built....
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DBS : Singapore lender DBS Q3 profit skids 20% on lower net interest income
(marketscreener.com) DBS Group Holdings, Southeast Asia's biggest lender, reported a 20% fall in third-quarter profit on Thursday, hit by lower net interest income. For the three months to September, DBS posted a net profit of S$1.30 billion compared with S$1.63 billion a year earlier, and an average estimate of S$1.
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Asia container shortage worsens, even for premium services
Trans-Pacific carriers, including those offering premium services, have been unable to fulfill all of their bookings in recent weeks due to the container shortage in Asia. 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.
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Was it faulty science or ethnocentrism that worsened the pandemic?
But Trump’s finger pointing at China emerged concomitantly with a wider misreading of the greater Asian battle against the virus. As they saw it gradually claim more victims in the winter, U.S. health experts advised to wear a mask only when infected. They largely dismissed the practice of Chinese....
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Sun Life 3rd-qtr profit beats expectations on Asia, asset management growth
(marketscreener.com) Canadian insurer Sun Life Financial Inc beat analyst estimates for third-quarter core earnings on Wednesday, boosted by growth in income from Asia and its asset management unit. Sun Life reported underlying profit, excluding charges, of C$842 million , or C$1.44 a share in the three months ended Sept.
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New security imperatives in the Indian Ocean
In the same vein, Colombage told a webinar, organised by the Asia Confluence, a Shillong-based think-tank, that India too needed to imbibe the message that Sri Lanka will not undermine the nation’s strategic security. “Our President and our Government have been reiterating this again and again and again,” he quipped.
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Singapore's MiRxes Sets Out to Sell Gastric Cancer Test Across Asia
NEW YORK – Singaporean molecular diagnostics company MirXes believes the results of a new clinical validation study will lead to wide uptake of GastroClear, its blood-based quantitative PCR test for the detection of gastric or stomach cancer. The COVID-19 pandemic created a paradigm shift in modern....
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Commentary: Could Indonesia be Southeast Asian hub for Chinese COVID-19 vaccine?
JAKARTA: Getting a vaccine has become the ultimate escape route from the pandemic with more than a million lives lost and billions more at risk from coronavirus. Countries are willing to spend billions of dollars to obtain the COVID-19 vaccine, which is highly promising for the vaccine industry in coming years.
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Japan makes rare reversal of deportation order for South Asian woman
In a rare reversal of a decision on deportation in the absence of a court ruling, the Japanese government has granted a woman from South Asia who had unsuccessfully sought refugee status special permission to stay, her lawyer said. The government issued a special permit effective Oct 9 after the....
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Concerns grow over timing of Asian Champions League
Concern is growing as to whether the eastern zone of the AFC Champions League can be completed in the face of travel restrictions in the region. Sixteen teams from Japan, South Korea, China, Malaysia, Thailand and Australia are scheduled to resume their campaigns in the continent’s flagship club tournament in a bio-secure hub in Qatar on Nov.
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Aberdeen Standard ready to buy Asia stocks on dip regardless of US results
James Thom at Aberdeen Standard Investments is ready to buy the dip in Asian stocks regardless of who wins the US election. The mantra for the Asia equities fund manager who helps run a $2.2 billion fund is to take advantage of any sell-offs from the bets placed on the vote outcome, as he focuses on....
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Ant's Asean ambitions may take backseat to battles at home
Singapore. SOUTH-east Asia could keenly feel the fallout from the regulatory brakes slammed on Ant Group's US$34 billion initial public offering (IPO), a development which is expected to slow down the fintech giant's global expansion efforts. The group's portfolio companies in the region include....
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Ingram Micro launches cyber centre of excellence in Asia Pacific
The aim of the CoE is to help increase cyber security competencies for partners, spanning areas such as Security Operations Centre (SOC) build-outs and IT compliance, plus identity and privilege management capabilities in a move designed to increase revenue, renewal rates and up-selling opportunities.
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