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MIL-OSI Europe: ASIA/SYRIA – Armenian priest and his father killed in Deir ez Zor. Archbishop Marayati: “for us they are martyrs. And the war is not over”

Source: Agenzia Fides – MIL OSI. Headline: ASIA/SYRIA – Armenian priest and his father killed in Deir ez Zor. Archbishop Marayati: “for us they are martyrs. And the war is not over” Qamishli – The funeral of the Armenian Catholic priest Hovsep Hanna Petoyan and his father Hanna Petoyan took place....
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Indonesia finds thousands of dead pigs in waterways

According to Channel News Asia , hundreds of bodies are yet to be recovered from the rivers and a lake near Medan, the capital of North Sumatra. The latest reports indicate that since September, around 6,000 pigs in North Sumatra have died from infection with the Classical swine fever (CSF) virus , otherwise known as hog cholera.
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Shopee wraps up outstanding 11.11 Big Sale

KUALA LUMPUR: Shopee, the leading e-commerce platform in Southeast Asia and Taiwan, as set new record with 70 million items sold in a single day on 11 November. Shopee regional managing director Ian Ho said the platform has been charting a strong momentum for this year-end sales season. “Despite 11.
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Turkmenistan to hold SPECA Days

AKIPRESS.COM - The international high-level events (SPECA Days) will be held in Ashgabat from November 18-21 in connection with Turkmenistan’s chairmanship of the UN Special Programme for the Economies of Central Asia. These events include the SPECA Forum on Trade Policy, meetings of working groups....
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China’s premier says should use counter-cyclical measures ‘more effectively’

FILE PHOTO: Chinese Premier Li Keqiang attends the East Asia Summit (EAS) in Bangkok, Thailand, November 4, 2019. REUTERS/Chalinee Thirasupa. November 12, 2019. BEIJING (Reuters) – China should use counter-cyclical adjustment measures more effectively, Premier Li Keqiang said on Tuesday, amid....
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Asia’s meat, fish and dairy suppliers: Who are the sustainability leaders and laggards?

Asia’s rising middle class is fueling a voracious appetite for animal protein, but many of its meat, fish and dairy suppliers are failing to manage impacts such as emissions, deforestation and water use. Despite Asian companies making up nearly half, or 28, of the world’s 60 largest publicly listed....
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Stocks mixed as uncertainty reigns in US-China trade talks

The Shanghai Composite index dropped 0.4% to 2,897.23 while Australia's S&P ASX/200 shed 0.5% 6,740.60. Shares rose in Taiwan, Bangkok and Singapore but fell in Jakarta and Kuala Lumpur. "With so much riding in Asia on an interim trade deal to get the region's biggest customer, China, importing....
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Stocks mixed as uncertainty reigns in US-China trade talks

The Shanghai Composite index dropped 0.4% to 2,897.23 while Australia's S&P ASX/200 shed 0.5% 6,740.60. Shares rose in Taiwan, Bangkok and Singapore but fell in Jakarta and Kuala Lumpur. "With so much riding in Asia on an interim trade deal to get the region's biggest customer, China, importing....
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EAT-Lancet, an Ideal Diet Meant to Improve Human Health, Isn’t Affordable for 1.58 Billion People

New Delhi: The international food security discourse vis a vis the goal towards universal public health has a new deadlock – affordability. The EAT-Lancet universal diet, meant to improve human and planetary health, has been found to be unaffordable for close to 1.58 billion people across sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia, according to a new study.
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Criminals target Asian resources sector

Politically exposed people in Southeast Asia with influence in the natural resources sector are the most vulnerable to bribery, according to research. Australia is working with the Philippines' and Indonesian governments to limit money laundering in the region, as terrorist groups become more sophisticated in raising funds.
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Murray not chasing a European vacation as he targets playing card

Border product Zach Murray has rated his first year as a pro an "8.5/9" out of 10. IN OTHER NEWS: Murray stunned the Australasian circuit when he claimed the first wire-to-wire victory in the New Zealand Open since legendary Kiwi Sir Bob Charles in 1954. He collected just under $212,000 for the two-shot win in March.
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FastWealth partners with DriveWealth to bring U.S. fractional shares investment to Asia

SINGAPORE, Nov 12, 2019 - (ACN Newswire) - FastWealth Venture Limited ("FastWealth"), founded by Mr. Alex Kong, Founder and Chairman of TNG Fintech Group, a leading fintech group in Asia, announced today a strategic partnership with DriveWealth, LLC. ("DriveWealth"), a U.S. based leader in global digital trading technology.
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Experts to tackle PH Rice Tariffication Law policy implications

(photo taken from SEARCA FB profile) LOS BAŇOS, Laguna - The Philippine government-hosted Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research and Agriculture (SEARCA) will hold a session on the regional implications of the Philippine Rice Tariffication Law (RTL) during the Inaugural Rice Research Symposium on Wednesday (Nov.
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BCA, JCB target Indonesian holidaymakers with new credit card

Bank Central Asia (BCA) and JCB International launched on Monday the BCA-JCB Black, a new credit card that targets Indonesian travelers to Japan. BCA is publicly listed and Indonesia's largest private bank by market capitalization, while JCB International is the subsidiary of Japanese credit card company JCB Co.
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Asia shares left guessing on trade, await Trump speech

SYDNEY: Asian share markets flatlined on Tuesday as uncertainty over Sino-U.S. trade talks and political strife in Hong Kong dogged sentiment, while safe-haven bonds eked out a bounce. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan edged up a slight 0.04per cent, following a sharp 1.2per cent pullback on Monday.
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Criminals target Asian resources sector

Politically exposed people in Southeast Asia with influence in the natural resources sector are the most vulnerable to bribery, according to research. Australia is working with the Philippines' and Indonesian governments to limit money laundering in the region, as terrorist groups become more sophisticated in raising funds.
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Stocks mixed as uncertainty reigns in US-China trade talks Source: AP

BANGKOK (AP) - Shares were mixed in Asia on Tuesday as investors awaited cues on trade talks between China and the U.S. The next hints on progress in the negotiations between Beijing and Washington could come later in the day, when Trump is scheduled to give a speech on trade and economic policy at the Economic Club of New York.
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Stocks mixed as uncertainty reigns in US-China trade talks

The Shanghai Composite index dropped 0.4% to 2,897.23 while Australia's S&P ASX/200 shed 0.5% 6,740.60. Shares rose in Taiwan, Bangkok and Singapore but fell in Jakarta and Kuala Lumpur. "With so much riding in Asia on an interim trade deal to get the region's biggest customer, China, importing....
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Stocks mixed as uncertainty reigns in US-China trade talks

BANGKOK (AP) — Shares were mixed in Asia on Tuesday as investors awaited cues on trade talks between China and the U.S. The next hints on progress in the negotiations between Beijing and Washington could come later in the day, when Trump is scheduled to give a speech on trade and economic policy at the Economic Club of New York.
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Criminals target Asian resources sector

Politically exposed people in Southeast Asia with influence in the natural resources sector are the most vulnerable to bribery, according to research. Australia is working with the Philippines' and Indonesian governments to limit money laundering in the region, as terrorist groups become more sophisticated in raising funds.
Read more...
 

Stocks mixed as uncertainty reigns in US-China trade talks

BANGKOK Shares were mixed in Asia on Tuesday as investors awaited cues on trade talks between China and the U.S. The next hints on progress in the negotiations between Beijing and Washington could come later in the day, when Trump is scheduled to give a speech on trade and economic policy at the Economic Club of New York.
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'Family of cockroaches' found inside Chinese man's ear

BEIJING (PHILIPPINE DAILY INQUIRER/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - A family of cockroaches was found crawling inside a man's right ear after he complained of a "sharp pain". The man, identified as Mr Lv, sought help at Sanhe Hospital in China's Guangdong province last month after his family members found a large cockroach inside his ear, reports said.
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LOOK: First Filipino-designed Vans sneakers

MANILA Vans is set to release its first Filipino-designed sneakers this week. The limited edition pair features the winning design of Malabon-based artist Nikko Pelaez in the 2018 Vans Asia Custom Culture Competition. It will be available at selected Vans stores this Friday, November 15.
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Asia shares left guessing on trade, await Trump speech

Asian share markets flatlined on Tuesday as uncertainty over Sino-US trade talks and political strife in Hong Kong dogged sentiment, while safe-haven bonds eked out a bounce. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan edged up a slight 0.04 per cent, following a sharp 1.2 per cent pullback on Monday.
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Asian Conference of Valdai Discussion Club held in Samarkand

AKIPRESS.COM - “Our main aim is to turn Central Asia into a stable and economically developed region, the region of peace and cooperation,” President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev said in his address to the participants of the 10th Asian Conference of Valdai Discussion Club.
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Visa in talks to bring pay later service to Gojek

JAKARTA -- Global payment provider Visa is in discussions with Southeast Asia's ride-hailing company Gojek to bring a pay later service to the platform and new capabilities to pay in instalments, with the aim of reaching more customers. Explaining the initiative at the Indonesia Banking Expo 2019 on....
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