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China warns Asian countries to be vigilant on U.S strategy
The Chinese government's top diplomat, State Councillor Wang Yi, on Tuesday urged Asian countries to remain "vigilant" over the risk of U.S. strategy stoking geopolitical competition in the South China Sea and other parts of the region.
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Global shares mostly lower as virus concerns take spotlight
A man wearing a face mask walks near the screens showing the Korea Composite Stock Price Index (KOSPI) at the Korea Exchange in Seoul, South Korea, Tuesday, Oct. 13, 2020. Shares were mostly lower in Asia on Tuesday as investors awaited the release of Chinese trade data.
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As water scarcity grows, Asia’s utilities are turning to data and sensors to keep the taps flowing
Bangkok is facing a water shortage. Earlier this year, the Thai capital experienced its worst drought in nearly 40 years, leaving the water levels in its reservoirs and dams at record lows. Just 600 million cubic metres of water flowed into the Vajiralongkorn dam between January and July, far less....
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Asia Pacific | ANALYSIS 'I have failed': North Korea's Kim shows tearful side in confronting hardships by Josh Smith
Seoul – North Korean leader Kim Jong Un appeared to shed tears over the weekend as he thanked citizens for their sacrifices, in the most striking demonstration yet of how he is relying on his “man of the people” persona to tackle his country’s deepening crises.
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Asia Album: Natural disasters leave 18 dead, 14 missing in Vietnam
Photo taken on Oct. 12, 2020 shows flooded areas in central Vietnam's Quang Tri. (VNA via Xinhua) HANOI, Oct. 13 (Xinhua) -- Natural disasters, mainly downpours and floods, have left 18 people dead and 14 others missing in central and central highlands Vietnam over the past few days, the country's....
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Coronavirus And Growing Demand For Meat Leaves Asia Vulnerable To The Next Pandemic
While parts of East Asia have long been home to meat-intensive diets, the last couple of decades have seen the production, trade and consumption of meat increase dramatically . The region is undergoing a dramatic process of what geographer Tony Weis has dubbed ‘ meatification ’.
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Asian shares lower after tech-driven rally on Wall Street
An overnight rally on Wall Street, driven mainly by technology companies such as Apple and Amazon, faded amid worries over U.S. economic stimulus and a resurgence of coronavirus caseloads in many countries. Chinese state media reported that exports jumped 10.2% in yuan, or renminbi, terms in September from a year earlier, while imports rose 4.
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Asia Today: China city says it's tested 3 million for virus
The National Health Commission numbers released Tuesday reported a total of 30 new virus cases in the previous 24 hours nationwide. It broke down those numbers into 13 cases in which people had symptoms and 17 cases in which they had no symptoms. The total number of locally transmitted cases, both....
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Asia Today: China city says it's tested 3 million for virus
BEIJING (AP) Authorities in the eastern Chinese port city of Qingdao said Tuesday that they have completed coronavirus tests on more than 3 million people following the country’s first reported local outbreak of the virus in nearly two months. The city’s health department said no new positive cases had been found among the more than 1.
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Chinese university looking into death of Confucius Institute staff in US
BEIJING (CHINA DAILY/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - The Beijing Language and Culture University (BLCU) has set up a task force to follow up on the death of a Confucius Institute representative the university had sent to Webster University in the United States, the university said in a statement on Sunday (Oct 11).
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Asian shares lower after tech-driven rally on Wall Street
Shares were mostly lower in Asia on Tuesday as investors awaited the release of Chinese trade data. An overnight rally on Wall Street, driven mainly by technology companies such as Apple and Amazon, faded amid worries over U.S. economic stimulus and a resurgence of coronavirus caseloads in many countries.
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Asia Today: China city says it's tested 3 million for virus
BEIJING (AP) — Authorities in the eastern Chinese port city of Qingdao said Tuesday that they have completed coronavirus tests on more than 3 million people following the country’s first reported local outbreak of the virus in nearly two months. The city’s health department said no new positive cases had been found among the more than 1.
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Asian Markets Mostly Lower Amid Cautious Trades
(RTTNews) - Asian stock markets are mostly lower on Tuesday despite the positive cues overnight from Wall Street reflecting gains by tech stocks and optimism about a new U.S. stimulus bill. Investors turned cautious ahead of the release of earnings results by major U.S.
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AirTies Cloud Surpasses 25 Million Homes for Managed Wi-Fi
At Broadband World Forum, AirTies, the most widely deployed supplier of managed Wi-Fi solutions to service providers globally, today announced that more than 25 million homes are now managed by AirTies Cloud. Service providers across North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia rely on AirTies Cloud....
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Asian shares lower after tech-driven rally on Wall Street
An overnight rally on Wall Street, driven mainly by technology companies such as Apple and Amazon, faded amid worries over U.S. economic stimulus and a resurgence of coronavirus caseloads in many countries. Chinese state media reported that exports jumped 10.2% in yuan, or renminbi, terms in September from a year earlier, while imports rose 4.
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Asia Today: China city says it's tested 3 million for virus
The National Health Commission numbers released Tuesday reported a total of 30 new virus cases in the previous 24 hours nationwide. It broke down those numbers into 13 cases in which people had symptoms and 17 cases in which they had no symptoms. The total number of locally transmitted cases, both....
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Asia-Pacific begins to ease travel bans
Asia-Pacific countries including Singapore, Japan and Thailand are gradually easing some international travel restrictions as coronavirus cases slow. International travel in Asia has collapsed during the pandemic because of border closures, with passenger numbers down 97 per cent in August, according to the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines.
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Asian Markets Mostly Lower Amid Cautious Trades
CANBERA (dpa-AFX) - Asian stock markets are mostly lower on Tuesday despite the positive cues overnight from Wall Street reflecting gains by tech stocks and optimism about a new U.S. stimulus bill. Investors turned cautious ahead of the release of earnings results by major U.S.
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Asian shares lower after tech-driven rally on Wall Street
An overnight rally on Wall Street, driven mainly by technology companies such as Apple and Amazon, faded amid worries over U.S. economic stimulus and a resurgence of coronavirus caseloads in many countries. Chinese state media reported that exports jumped 10.2% in yuan, or renminbi, terms in September from a year earlier, while imports rose 4.
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Asia Today: China city says it's tested 3 million for virus
The National Health Commission numbers released Tuesday reported a total of 30 new virus cases in the previous 24 hours nationwide. It broke down those numbers into 13 cases in which people had symptoms and 17 cases in which they had no symptoms. The total number of locally transmitted cases, both....
Read more...
 
Asian shares lower after tech-driven rally on Wall Street
An overnight rally on Wall Street, driven mainly by technology companies such as Apple and Amazon, faded amid worries over U.S. economic stimulus and a resurgence of coronavirus caseloads in many countries. Chinese state media reported that exports jumped 10.2% in yuan, or renminbi, terms in September from a year earlier, while imports rose 4.
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Natural Maltol Market Upcoming Trends by Worldwide Industry Growth, Statistics, and Opportunities to 2028 | Beijing Tianlihai Chemical, Zhejiang NHU Co., Zhaoqing Perfumery, Asia Aroma, Xiamen Oamic Biotech, Advanced Biotech, Aurochemicals
According to the report, the natural maltol market size estimation and forecasts were given based on a detailed research methodology tailored to the conditions of the demand for natural maltol. Historical background for the demand of natural maltol has been studied according to organic and inorganic....
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Indonesia trade surplus seen shrinking in Sept to $1.98 billion
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia is expected to post a narrower trade surplus in September, with exports and imports seen contracting due to a slump in global trade from countries affected by the pandemic, a Reuters poll showed on Tuesday. The median forecast of 11 analysts in the poll was for Southeast Asia's largest economy to post a $1.
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business Honeywell Launches Solutions To Help Improve Building Health And Reassure Occupants PR Newswire Asia
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia Oct. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ --Honeywell (NYSE: HON) recently launched an integrated set of solutions to help building owners improve the health of their building environments, operate more cleanly and safely, comply with social distancing policies, and help reassure occupants that it is safer to return to the workplace.
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business JA Solar Supplies Modules for the First Floating PV Plants in Spain and Malaysia PR Newswire Asia
BEIJING Oct. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- JA Solar recently announced that it supplied all photovoltaic (PV) modules for Spain's first grid-connected floating solar plant which is located in the Sierra Brava reservoir in the Extremadura region. This project has been successfully connected to the grid and put into operation.
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VMware Delivers Intrinsic Security to Southeast Asia's Digital Infrastructure, Fast Tracking Business Innovation and Resilience
Cutting edge solutions provide CISOs with unprecedented visibility into the enterprise workplace to respond, adapt and accelerate businesses for the new normal. SINGAPORE , Oct. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- VMware, Inc. (NYSE:VMW) , a leading innovator in enterprise software, today announced new....
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