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China accuses US of 'stirring up confrontation' in Asia-Pacific
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi has accused the United States of "stirring up confrontation" in the Asia Pacific, declaring as a "security risk" Washington's plan to form an Indo-Pacific alliance, seen as a strategy to counter Beijing's own growing assertiveness in the region.
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Oil Rally Loses Steam as Hopes Fade for Timely U.S. Stimulus
Oil nudged lower in Asia, holding close to $40 a barrel, as dimming prospects for another round of U.S. fiscal stimulus before November’s election eroded upward momentum.
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OPINIONISTA: Poverty, Covid-19 and the climate crisis – weathering the perfect storm
Global crises like the floods in South-East Asia, locust plagues in East Africa, the devastating explosion in Beirut, the wildfires in Brazil and California and the hurricanes in the Caribbean Gulf do not stop because of Covid-19. In fact, they are often the consequences of a dysfunctional system....
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Asia Stocks to Slip Amid U.S. Stimulus Deadlock: Markets Wrap
This content was published on October 13, 2020 - 21:37 October 13, 2020 - 21:37 (Bloomberg) -- Asian stocks were set for modest declines after American equities slipped, with little sign for a quick end to the stalemate over fresh U.S. fiscal stimulus. Treasuries and the dollar climbed. Equity futures were lower in Japan and Australia.
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U.S. Indo-Pacific strategy undermines peace, development prospect in East Asia: Wang Yi
Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia | XINHUA | Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi said here on Tuesday that the so-called Indo-Pacific strategy proposed by the United States would undermine peace and development prospect in East Asia. In response to a question on the impact of the U.
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IMDEX Asia to spur innovation and integrated technologies for effective transformation
In recognition of navies’ forward-thinking and progress in leveraging technology to sharpen its effectiveness and efficiency, Experia today announced that the upcoming 13th edition of IMDEX Asia in 2021 and third edition of Rotorcraft Asia and Unmanned Systems Asia (RCA-UMSA) will be held....
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China accuses US of 'stirring up confrontation' in Asia-Pacific
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi has accused the United States of "stirring up confrontation" in the Asia Pacific, declaring as a "security risk" Washington's plan to form an Indo-Pacific alliance, seen as a strategy to counter Beijing's own growing assertiveness in the region.
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With text, videos, slideshows and multimedia, Politics at IBTimes.com offers news, analysis and insight about geopolitics and policies in Asia, Africa, the Americas, Europe and the Middle East.
Machu Picchu will reopen to tourists in November, but one Japanese man was given early access to the site that has been shuttered due to the coronavirus. Some of the seized species were protected under the Wildlife Protection Act. The baby girl's body was sent for an autopsy to determine if she....
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Does APEC merely add to global warming?
As Asia-Pacific leaders jetted home on Sunday with yet another APEC souvenir to stuff into their funny shirt closet, folks back home may well ask: So what did you get out of that meeting besides the outback raincoat?. Host Australia shelled out A$300 million ($250 million) to accommodate the 21....
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Beijing urges Asian nations to unite against Washington’s ‘old-fashioned cold war mentality’
China’s top diplomat has urged neighboring states to guard against Washington’s geopolitical ambitions in Asia and called for regional cooperation to thwart foreign provocations in the South China Sea. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said during a joint news conference with his Malaysian....
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Microsoft Expands “Highway To A Hundred Unicorns” Initiative To Support Startups In Asia Pacific
New Zealand, 14 October 2020 – Today launches the Highway to a Hundred Unicorns initiative in Asia Pacific to strengthen the region’s startup ecosystem. This follows the initiative’s success in India, where 56 startups were selected to participate in Microsoft’s Emerge X program from six states, home to more than 15,000 startups.
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Revisiting bank profitability, performance and stability in Asia Pacific (2012-2018) using the EAGLES framework
Abstract: Determinants of bank performance, profitability and distress have been extensively assessed by modelling the microeconomic and macroeconomic factors. These factors while important are inadequate, otherwise the financial crises would not have been so devastating that led to bank closures and bankruptcies across the globe.
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The man who clothes Asia: Uniqlo chief Tadashi Yanai
TOKYO -- Tadashi Yanai turns up to the interview in his Uniqlo mask and a cardigan over a button-down shirt, striding into his Tokyo office meeting room. The wall is decorated with an intricate world map and a framed piece of Japanese calligraphy that reads: "world's number one.
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News24.com | China accuses US of 'stirring up confrontation' in Asia-Pacific
China has accused the US of being a security risk in the Asia Pacific region. Foreign Minister Wang Yi met with Malaysian counterpart Hishammuddin Hussein. Hussein called on the US and China to resolve their differences. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi has accused the United States of "stirring up....
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Health, safety key to boosting diving tourism: Association
The government, along with businesses, need to reassure tourists of the health and the safety aspects of diving tourism to attract visitors after the COVID-19 outbreak, an international diving association has stated. Professional Association of Diving Instructors (PADI) Asia Pacific Territory....
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Southeast Asia Flood Deaths Near 40 as New Storm Approaches
HANOI/PHNOM PENH—Nearly 40 people have died in Vietnam and Cambodia and scores more were missing, including rescuers, due to prolonged heavy rain and flash flooding as tropical storm Nangka edged towards the Vietnamese coast on Tuesday. Heavy rains since early October have caused deadly floods and....
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China warns Asian countries to be wary of US strategy in South China Sea
A Chinese warship launches a missile during a live-ammunition military drill held by the South China Sea Fleet of the People's Liberation Army (PLA) Navy in the South China Sea. (File photo) The Chinese government’s top diplomat, State Councilor Wang Yi, on Tuesday urged Asian countries to remain....
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US a ‘security risk’ for South East Asia
The Chinese government's top diplomat, State Councillor Wang Yi, yesterday urged Asian countries to remain "vigilant" over the risk of US strategy stoking geopolitical competition in the South China Sea and other parts of the region. Beijing and members of the Association of South East Asian Nations....
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Xinhua Asia-Pacific news summary at 1600 GMT, Oct. 13
KUALA LUMPUR -- Malaysian Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin held a virtual meeting with visiting Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi here Tuesday as both sides agreed to strengthen COVID-19 response and post-pandemic cooperation. Wang conveyed to Muhyiddin greetings from Chinese....
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Army SFAB advisers will have to share some friends with China
SFAB advisers are training foreign militaries as part of a Pentagon strategy aimed at courting regional partners. But in Asia, they also expect to be sharing some of those partners with Chinese military trainers. “It’s clear that we are in competition with China in every country that we’re going to,” 5th SFAB commander Col.
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China Threatens U.S. With 'Necessary Reaction' for Selling Arms to Taiwan
China has warned it would take new measures in response to a planned U.S. arms sale to Taiwan, a self-ruling island claimed by Beijing, which also called out Washington partners India and Japan over territorial disputes across Asia. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian decried the sale of three advanced weapons systems to Taiwan.
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Over 150 Soy Food Producers and Stakeholders in Southeast Asia Explore Innovation and Nutrition
Consumer needs and market landscapes are everchanging in the soy food and beverage industry, encouraging innovation. Dr. Ong Mei Horng from the National University of Singapore shared her case on rethinking soy innovation at the U.S. Soybean Export Council (USSEC) Southeast Asia (SEA) Soy Innovation....
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ADB leads US$ 186 million funding for Vietnam solar plant
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) is joining a US$ 186 million financing for a solar plant in Vietnam, in a bargain which includes the initial environment-friendly B car loan in Asia. The funding comprises a US$ 27.9 million loan funded by ADB, as well as a US$ 148.
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Mitsubishi Backs JKM for Asian Market
Summary. JKM has a good potential to displace crude from pricing clauses in term contracts. by: Shardul Sharma. The daily Asian LNG price assessment, Japan Korea Marker (JKM) published by SP Global Platts, is mature enough to replace crude oil prices as a reference for LNG prices in Asia, Mitsubishi....
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Global shares mostly lower as virus concerns take spotlight
Stocks turned lower in Europe on Tuesday after a mixed session in Asia as investors turned cautious over prospects for reining in a resurgence in coronavirus outbreaks. Shares fell in Paris and London, but edged higher in Tokyo and Shanghai after China reported its exports jumped nearly 10% in....
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No ghosts allowed
Monica grew up an Air Force brat, moving with her family from base to base in Europe, Asia, and the United States. She never stuck around long enough to make meaningful connections. It wasn't until her 20s that Monica learned an important lesson: Relationships matter, and when they end, you must honor them with a proper goodbye.
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