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Coronavirus pandemic tears holes in Asia's garment industry
PHNOM PENH -- Chul Sreymom, a seamstress at the Sangwoo factory near Phnom Penh, has been putting together clothes for some of the world's biggest fashion brands for as long as she has been working. But this week she watched as 60 of her colleagues were sent home as Sangwoo's work dries up -- and....
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AboitizPower drops Vietnam wind farm
ABOITIZ POWER Corp. reported that its unit terminated the deal to fully acquire a wind power company in Vietnam. In a stock exchange disclosure on Thursday, the power firm said its wholly owned subsidiary AboitizPower International Pte. Ltd. broke off from the transaction to acquire a 100% interest of Armstrong Southeast Asia Clean Energy Fund Pte.
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Third coronavirus case found in Mumbai's Dharavi
A 35-year-old doctor who has a clinic on the main road in Dharavi area of Mumbai tested positive for coronavirus on Thursday, a civic official said. This is a third COVID-19 case where the patient has a connection with Dharavi, considered to be Asia's biggest slum with a high population density.
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Filipinos in Forbes 30 Under 30
By Zsarlerne B. Chua, Reporter. FIVE FILIPINOS made it to this year’s Forbes 30 Under 30 list of entrepreneurs, leaders, and changemakers in Asia (and Australia) under the age of 30. The Filipinos included in the fifth edition of the list are Francis Plaza, founder of e-payment processing platform....
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Indonesia Records Second Highest COVID-19 Death Toll in Asia
Indonesia, with 170 fatalities, surpassed South Korea on Thursday as the Asian country with the second highest death toll from COVID-19 as Indonesian President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo said his government would not prevent people from traveling to their hometowns to celebrate Eid al-Fitr amid the pandemic.
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WapCar.my: Car Website in the Mobil-Era (2020)
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia April 2, 2020 /PRNewswire/ --Â WapCar.my is a one-stop digital automotive content platform in Malaysia , aimed at consumers in the fast-growing Southeast Asia Region. In July 2019 , WapCar.my was launched as a high-class automotive platform in Malaysia , which aimed at....
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World 34 mins ago Masks help but not foolproof
TOKYO, Japan (AFP) — The use of face masks in Asia during the coronavirus outbreak has been far more widespread than in the West, where governments have urged people to reserve supplies for frontline medical staff, so have they helped limit infections? Experts agree that the ordinary surgical masks....
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Varactor Diode Market to Observe Strong Development by 2017 – 2027
Increasing adoption of mobility solutions fuelling the growth of the varactor diode market across the globe. Get Sample Copy of this report at https://www.xploremr.com/connectus/sample/376 Countries in the Asia Pacific region like China and India have a huge mobile subscriber base and this growth has happened in the past few years.
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JSE wrap: Markets spurred on hopes of oil production cuts
The JSE closed firmer on Thursday on the back of a charge led by the resources index, and all major indices on the local bourse traded firmer on the day. This was despite a mixed picture in Asia where the Nikkei lost 1.37%, while the Hang Seng and Shanghai Composite Index added 0.84% and 1.62% respectively.
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Daniel Pearl murder: Pak court commutes death sentence of one, acquits 3
A Pakistani court on Thursday overturned the death sentence of British-born top al-Qaeda leader Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh, who was convicted in the abduction and murder of US journalist Daniel Pearl here in 2002. Pearl, the 38-year-old South Asia bureau chief for The Wall Street Journal, was abducted....
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Third coronavirus case found in Mumbai's Dharavi
A 35-year-old doctor who has a clinic on the main road in Dharavi area of Mumbai tested positive for coronavirus on Thursday, a civic official said. This is a third COVID-19 case where the patient has a connection with Dharavi, considered to be Asia's biggest slum with a high population density.
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Disney debuts its streaming service in India
To court users in India, the largest open entertainment market in Asia, Disney is charging users 1,499 Indian rupees (about $20) for a year, the most affordable plan in any of the more than a dozen markets where Disney+ is currently available. Subscribers of the revamped streaming service, now....
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Disney debuts its streaming service in India
Disney+ has arrived in the land of Bollywood. The company on Friday (local time) rolled out its eponymous streaming service in India through Hotstar, a popular on-demand video streamer it To court users in India, the largest open entertainment market in Asia, Disney is charging users 1,499 Indian....
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JSE wrap: Markets spurred on hopes of oil production cuts
The JSE closed firmer on Thursday on the back of a charge led by the resources index, and all major indices on the local bourse traded firmer on the day. This was despite a mixed picture in Asia where the Nikkei lost 1.37%, while the Hang Seng and Shanghai Composite Index added 0.84% and 1.62% respectively.
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India about to implode?
M Ziauddin INDIAN diplomats are said to be fighting a rearguard action in South Asia as two close allies, Bangladesh and Afghanistan have expressed their displeasure at India’s new citizenship law. Just a few months ago India was revelling in its comprehensive diplomatic victory after abrogating....
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Asian Insider, April 2: Should we be masking up, measures tighten across Asia, more job cuts
Hi, In today’s bulletin: The world enters the mask-wearing debate, with opinions divided between Asia and the West; countries in the region impose tighter coronavirus measures as cases continue to rise; traders get a reality check from China, and more.
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Aboitiz drops plan to take full control of Mekong Wind
Aboitiz Power said in a disclosure to the Philippine Stock Exchange Thursday that it was informed by Aboitiz Power International Pte. Ltd. its planned acquisition of Mekong Wind from Armstrong Southeast Asia Clean Energy Fund Pte. Ltd. “was not completed due to a condition precedent being unmet by the agreed longstop date.
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Forging the Four Freedoms Initiative for prosperity and peace in the Balkans
As World War II raged in Europe and Asia, former US President Franklin D. Roosevelt used his now famous 1941 State of the Union address to describe the “Four Freedoms” Americans should expect from their political and economic system: the freedom of speech, freedom of worship, freedom from want, and freedom from fear.
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WHO expects Malaysia’s coronavirus cases to peak in mid-April
WHO, Coronavirus. The number of coronavirus cases in Malaysia is expected to peak in mid-April and there are signs of a flattening of the infection curve, the World Health Organization said on Thursday. Malaysia has the highest number of known infections in Southeast Asia with 2,908 confirmed cases.
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IAEA to ship test equipment to countries combatting COVID-19
This emergency assistance is part of the IAEA’s response to requests for support from around 90 member states in controlling an increasing number of infections worldwide. Dozens of laboratories in Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean will receive diagnostic machines and kits,....
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Coronavirus: Indonesia frees 18,000 inmates, as it records highest death toll in Asia behind China
A health worker checks a woman’s temperature in Central Java, Indonesia, on March 31, 2020. Photo: Antara Foto via Reuters. Coronavirus: Indonesia frees 18,000 inmates, as it records highest death toll in Asia behind China. The Southeast Asian country announced 170 deaths on April 2, passing South....
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The Coronavirus Crisis Coronavirus Started in China, but Europe Became the Hub for Its Global Spread Joe Penney – 9:00 AM UTC Travel from Europe accounts for Covid-19 index cases in at least 93 countries, with African nations being the most affected.
European countries have been hit much harder than Asian nations and have spread the virus significantly more than other regions. The Intercept went through news reports of Covid-19 index cases across the world, and the results were startling. Travel from and within Europe preceded the first....
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Santa Barbara Chinese School Donates Protective Equipment to Hospita
. Students Raised over $12,000 to Help Medical Workers Stay Safe Members of the Santa Barbara Chinese School Jason Mai, Tao Wu, Wenjing Chen and Conie Fan orginaized medical supplies to donate to local hospitals. Credit: Daniel Dreifuss. With family and friends back in Asia, Wenjing Chen, principal....
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Death of patient fuels fear of COVID-19 spread in Dharavi slum
The death of a COVID-19 patient from Mumbai's Dharavi, known as one of the biggest slums in Asia, has exposed its residents to the vulnerability of contracting the viral infection and sparked a fear of its spread in the highly congested area. Several small scale industries and workshops of leather....
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Forrester Provides Update On Events Planned Through Q2 2020
events will also be held virtually. Additionally, Forrester is canceling its Technology & Innovation conferences in Europe and Asia Pacific. The company made these decisions after careful consideration, in light of the escalating global COVID-19 pandemic and continued travel restrictions.
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Global stocks edge up ahead of US jobless claims report
A woman walks past an electronic board showing Hong Kong share index outside a local bank in Hong Kong, Thursday, April 2, 2020. Asian stocks were meandering Thursday after a White House warning that as many as 240,000 Americans might die of the coronavirus sent Wall Street tumbling and signs of the outbreak's global economic cost increased.
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