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Our mission is to spread the Gospel to the World on Shortwave, AM/Medium Wave, Satellite radio, TV and the Internet
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Embattled Asian and global airlines turning to state bailouts
NEW YORK/JAKARTA/LONDON -- With the coronavirus pandemic clearly set to continue pummeling the global economy for an extended period of time, airlines in Asia and around the world are increasingly seeking government support for survival. As global demand for air travel remains in the doldrums with....
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Asia Today: Beijing receiving 1st int'l flights since March
BEIJING (AP) — Beijing’s main international airport on Thursday began receiving international flights again from a limited number of countries considered at low risk of coronavirus infection. Passengers flying in from Cambodia, Greece, Denmark, Thailand, Pakistan, Austria, Canada and Sweden, must....
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Asia Stocks to Track U.S. Gains; Dollar Climbs: Markets Wrap
(Bloomberg) -- Asian stocks looked set to follow their U.S. peers higher Thursday where shares continued to set fresh records despite a setback for some tech giants. The dollar advanced. Futures rose in Japan and Australia, though dipped in Hong Kong. S&P 500 contracts were steady after the index gained 1.
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DeFi Alliance to Bridge Western, Asian Crypto Markets Launches Beijing-based Conflux, a permissionless Ethereum-competitor that has received support from the Shanghai state government, today announced the launch of a decentralized finance consortium, Open
Beijing-based Conflux, a permissionless Ethereum-competitor that has received support from the Shanghai state government , today announced the launch of a decentralized finance consortium, Open DeFi. Decentralized finance, also known as DeFi , is a catch-all term for the burgeoning industry of non-custodial financial services.
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Singapore Stocks Tipped to Beat Asian Peers on Cyclical Rebound
(Bloomberg) -- Follow Bloomberg on LINE messenger for all the business news and analysis you need. Stocks in Singapore appear to be the best-placed in Asia Pacific to benefit from a potential cyclical recovery and success in finding a cure for the coronavirus, analysts say.
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New migration deal won’t be a gift to Turkish leader
. “Multiculturalism is dead,” German chancellor Angela Merkel declared on October 16, 2010, in a speech addressing her fellow Christian Democratic Union (CDU) party members. Merkel’s comment had come amid a wave of anti-Muslim sentiment washing across Germany.
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A focus on thermal cameras in a post-coronavirus strategy
"Thermal cameras have been a vital part of the strategy to limit the spread of COVID-19 in Asia", says Eric Chan, Executive Director of G4S Security Systems Hong Kong. He says that since December 2019, there have been just 4,500 confirmed cases and 72 deaths from Covid-19 in Hong Kong, a city with a population of over 7.
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Cash Dubai/Dubai futures weaken ahead of OSPs release
Benchmark cash Dubai weakened against Dubai futures at the Asian close on Sept. 2 ahead of the release of a fresh set of Middle East official selling prices later in the week. November cash Dubai versus same-month Dubai futures, a key indicator of spot market sentiment for sour crude in Asia, was....
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NUS still world's 25th top uni, NTU rises to 47th place
The National University of Singapore (NUS) retained its position as the world's 25th top university and Asia's third best, according to the Times Higher Education rankings released yesterday. China's Tsinghua University, Asia's top university, became the first university in the region to break into....
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Asia Distillates-Jet fuel cash differentials plunge to lowest in over 3 months
Asia’s cash differentials for jet fuel plunged to their biggest discounts in more than three months on Wednesday, while the prompt-month time spread for the aviation fuel in Singapore widened its contango structure. Cash discounts for jet fuel JET-SIN-DIF widened by 2 cents to $1.22 a barrel to Singapore quotes, a level not seen since May 26.
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Singapore Stocks Tipped to Beat Asian Peers on Cyclical Rebound
Follow Bloomberg on for all the business news and analysis you need. Stocks in Singapore appear to be the best-placed in Asia Pacific to benefit from a potential cyclical recovery and success in finding a cure for the coronavirus, analysts say. Cheap valuations, strong links to the global economy....
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British Council in Korea IELTS Prize Helps Students to Make Their Mark Through International Study
The UK's international organisation for educational and cultural opportunities announces the East Asian winners of its prestigious IELTS Prize; 29 talented students from across East Asia will receive a share of GBP 187,000 prize fund helping them to realise international study ambitions; Despite....
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2020 Global PEX Pipes Market Report – Covering the Impact of...
The Report was produced through an in-depth analysis of market dynamics in five regions, including North America, Europe, South America, Asia-Pacific, the Middle East and Africa. The segmentation of PEX Pipes market by components, end users and region was carried out on the basis of an in-depth....
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British Council in Korea IELTS Prize Helps Students to Make Their Mark Through International Study
The UK's international organisation for educational and cultural opportunities announces the East Asian winners of its prestigious IELTS Prize; 29 talented students from across East Asia will receive a share of GBP 187,000 prize fund helping them to realise international study ambitions; Despite....
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Ample supply weighs on global marine fuel markets in September
Global marine fuel 0.5% prices are expected to be capped by increasing supply and depressed demand from the retail sector in September as refiners continue to grapple with weak low sulfur fuel oil margins. Inventory levels in Asia in particular are expected to rise as an arbitrage window from the....
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Covid-19 freezes innovation funding
The Covid-19 pandemic freezes funding for innovation and may even accelerate the transfer of skills to Asia, the UN warned today. “The biggest risk is that innovation spending and funding are driven to collapse as the global economy shrinks,” said Francis Gary, head of the World Intellectual....
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Goldman joins funding for Ikea-backed home improvement startup
Livspace, a home interiors and renovation platform that counts Swedish retailer Ikea among its investors, raised US$90 million in a round led by Kharis Capital and Venturi Partners to fuel its expansion in Asia. The Series D financing included backing from new investors EDBI of Singapore and FFP, the Peugeot family’s investment company.
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Held without trial in Montreal: Stewart Museum recalls Italian internment during WWII
MONTREAL -- Japan signed formal surrender documents aboard the USS Missouri on September 2, 1945, officially ending the Second World War 75 years ago. On Ile Ste-Helen, a structure formerly known as Internment Camp S-43 stands as a key historical link between Montreal and these events in Europe and Asia.
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Transport ministry proposes resuming international flights
A plane take off from Tân Sơn Nhất International Airport. — VNA/VNS Photo HÀ NỘI — Flights from Việt Nam to a number of destinations in Asia could be in operation in two weeks’ time – as the Ministry of Transport will today submit detailed plans to resume international air travel.
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Asian markets mostly down, but tech firms track Nasdaq surge
Asian investors struggled to take the baton from their Wall Street counterparts yesterday, though tech firms tracked another record on the Nasdaq, boosted by people staying at home. Traders were also keeping an eye on Washington after Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said he would reach out to the....
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Rishi Sunak's soaring popularity may have made him a target for malign forces
The Chancellor's highlighted note - Steve Back. Former health secretary Jeremy Hunt was left red faced when paperwork revealed NHS workers were “fleeing the UK” because of a hard Brexit in 2017. It came after handwritten notes carried by an aide to former Minister of State for Asia and the Pacific....
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India ranks 48th in global innovation index
NEW DELHI: India has joined the group of top 50 countries in the global innovation index for the first time, moving up four places to the 48th rank and keeping the top position among the nations in central and southern Asia. According to the Global Innovation Index (GII) list, 2020 released jointly....
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U.S. Jet Fuel Demand Recovers Faster Than Expected
Jet fuel demand in the United States is recovering faster than in many other regional markets such as Europe and Asia minus China, the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) on Tuesday. Consumption of jet fuel by U.S. commercial passenger flights was approximately 612,000 barrels per day....
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China's Tsinghua University enters top 20 in Times university rankings
LONDON, Sept. 2 (Xinhua) -- Times Higher Education (THE) on Wednesday announced that China's Tsinghua University becomes the first ever Asian university to achieve a top 20 position in the rankings since the current methodology was launched in 2011. According to the THE World University Rankings....
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India Joins Top 50 Countries In Global Innovation Index
India has joined the group of top 50 countries in the global innovation index for the first time, moving up four places to the 48th rank and keeping the top position among the nations in central and southern Asia. According to the Global Innovation Index (GII) list, 2020 released jointly by the....
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Carriers, shippers face delays amid East Asia typhoons
Keith Wallis, Special Correspondent | Sep 02, 2020 2:14PM EDT. Carriers have already delayed services calling at Busan and Japanese ports, including Tokyo, due to the typhoons, while also omitting some calls, including Yokohama. Please log in below to view the rest of this page.
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