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Marine debris framework ‘good start’ but not enough

Ocean Conservancy, an environmental campaigner, issued in 2015 a report that was damning for at least four nations in Southeast Asia, incriminating them for becoming the largest producers of marine plastic debris around the globe.According to the report, more than 80 percent of plastic waste found....
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Toward reputable universities

In May, the Asia University Rankings revealed the 350 best colleges and universities in Asia, featuring institutions from 27 countries. Japan tops the list with 103 universities in the ranking, while China comes second with 72 institutions. India is the third-best represented country with 49 universities.
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Asia fuel oil premiums surge to record as global sulphur shift looms

High sulphur fuel oil premiums in Asia surged to a record on Thursday, one of the first signs of the impact of a shift in global ship fuel rules set to occur in 2020. The premium for 380-centistoke (cst) high-sulphur fuel oil rose to $11.63 a tonne above Singapore benchmark prices on Thursday, according to Reuters data.
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Asia bourses fluctuate as traders remain cautious

Asian markets fluctuated yesterday as investors steeled themselves for the release of a crucial US jobs report that could have a major bearing on the size of an expected Federal Reserve interest rate cut. With uncertainty over the China-US trade row put aside for now, this week has been dominated by....
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ADB approves $235mn aid to develop Karachi BRT system

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) yesterday approved a $235mn loan to help develop the bus rapid transit (BRT) system in Pakistan’s largest city Karachi. According to a press release, “The Karachi Bus Rapid Transit Red Line Project will deliver the 26.6km Bus Rapid Transit Line Red Line corridor and associated facilities benefiting as many as 1.
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[World Report] Kazakhstan: health after the Nazarbayev era

The deaths provoked shock and outrage in the oil-rich and gas-rich central Asian country, where the right to peaceful assembly is heavily restricted and human rights groups regularly document the suppression of protests. Nonetheless, hundreds of angry mothers gathered on Feb 6 to demand more welfare....
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Zigbee Market 2019 is Booming Worldwide and forecast to 2026

An exclusive Zigbee Market research report created through broad primary research (inputs from industry experts, companies, and stakeholders) and secondary research, the report aims to present the analysis of Global Zigbee Market By Type, By Application, By Region – North America, Europe, South America, Asia-Pacific, Middle East and Africa.
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Exclusive: Sweden's EQT targets Asia Pacific as IPO decision looms

By Esha Vaish and Pamela Barbaglia. STOCKHOLM/LONDON (Reuters) - High above Stockholm's skyline, Sweden's EQT Partners is plotting the next chapter in its rapid rise from a Nordic-focused investor to the world's seventh-biggest buyout firm, with a focus on growth in the Asia Pacific region.
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Asia needs diversified trade to spur inclusive development: ADB

Observer Report. Islamabad. Export diversification could help Asia and the Pacific to better cope with the current global slowdown in trade and make development more inclusive, said a new report of the Asian Development Bank (ADB). According to the report, boosting industrial capacity, international....
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Umair Jamal

. The writer is a freelance journalist and a correspondent for The Diplomat, based in Lahore, Pakistan. His research focuses primarily on the analysis of South Asian security and politics. His work has been featured in number of renowned media outlets including Foreign Policy, Al-Jazeera, The....
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ASEAN seeks concrete cooperation on Indo-Pacific concept

Following the adoption of the ASEAN Outlook on the Indo-Pacific last month, the bloc now expects to talk with external partners, mainly at the East Asia Summit (EAS), about concrete cooperation, a senior official at the Foreign Ministry has said.The outlook, which ASEAN leaders agreed on during the....
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Asia feeling pinch from higher Middle East oil shipping costs

Asian oil refiners are being squeezed by rising freight rates and insurance costs for shipping crude from the Middle East after attacks on ships in the Gulf last month, industry officials and analysts said. The Middle East accounts for more than two-thirds of Asia’s oil supply and the attacks on....
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Asia markets mostly up after Wall Street record

Asian markets mostly rose yesterday, tracking a record performance on Wall Street, as investors turned their focus to the upcoming release of US jobs data while hoping for a big Federal Reserve interest rate cut. US traders went on a pre-July 4 spending spree on Wednesday to push all three main....
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Thailand: Regional Program Officer - JRS (Asia Pacific)

Position Title: Regional Program Officer, JRS Asia Pacific. Location: Bangkok, Asia Pacific. Reports to: Regional Director. The Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) is an International Catholic agency with a mission to accompany, serve and defend the rights of refugees and forcibly displaced people.
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Democratic Republic of the Congo: Consultants – Review of RFN’s work to promote and sustain indigenous pygmies’ peoples rights in DRC

Rainforest Foundation Norway (RFN) is one of Europe’s leading organisations in the work to protect the world’s rainforests and strengthen the rights of indigenous peoples, in cooperation with indigenous and environmental organisations in South East Asia, Central Africa and the Amazon.
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Missing 9ft snake reunited with owner in Cambridge

Police had been searching for the snake since Sunday after it was spotted near Lovell Road. Officers had visited the area and met the reptile's owner, who confirmed the snake was 2.7m (9ft) long. Reticulated pythons are the world's longest snake and are native to southeast Asia. They can grow up to 9.
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Asia feels pinch from higher Middle East oil shipping costs

Asian oil refiners are being squeezed by rising freight rates and insurance costs for shipping crude from the Middle East after attacks on ships in the Gulf last month, industry officials and analysts said. The Middle East accounts for more than two-thirds of Asia’s oil supply and the attacks on....
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Marc Thiessen: Trump talks nice but acts tough with dictators

Washington • During a single visit to Asia, President Trump embraced not one, not two, but three dictators. He became the first American president to set foot in North Korea, where he praised his “great friendship” with North Korea’s despotic leader, Kim Jong Un; he held another cringe-worthy press....
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Vietnam learns trade wars have no winners

If ever there was proof that trade wars have no victors, that came as the U.S. Commerce Department imposed duties of more than 400% on steel imports from Vietnam. The southeast Asian nation has been touted as an early winner as companies shift supply chains away from China to places more shielded from U.
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Com Bank receives ‘Best Bank in Sri Lanka’ award for 9th time from Finance Asia

July 4, 2019, 9:04 pm The Commercial Bank of Ceylon recently received the coveted Best Bank of the Year in Sri Lanka award for the ninth time at the prestigious FinanceAsia Country Awards gala. At the event held in St. Regis Hotel, Hong Kong, the Bank was represented by Mr Prins Perera, Deputy....
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Vietnam's 36% export surge to US draws scrutiny and tariffs

NEW YORK -- Vietnam has benefited from U.S. trade actions against other Asian countries, but this blessing is quickly turning into a curse as the nation's rising economic status draws increasing scrutiny from the tariff-hungry Trump administration. U.S.
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RFA Reveals New Chinese Banana Plantation Near Lao Capital That Defies Ban

On an expanse of recently cleared land, laborers prepare seedlings for a new Chinese banana plantation that is taking shape near the Lao capital in defiance of a central government prohibition on such projects. Radio Free Asia located the 30-hectare site about five kilometers (3 miles) from the....
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Singapore a capital-raising hotspot for European banks

Singapore. SINGAPORE has become the go-to market in Asia for European banks needing to beef up their capital to comply with regulatory requirements. So far this year European banks have sold almost S$3 billion of debt in the Singapore dollar bond market, up from S$850 million in...
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In praise of demographic decline

LONDON — Every two years, the United Nations issues its latest estimate of future population trends. Its 2019 projection reveals a stark divide. Across all of Asia, Europe and the Americas, population stability has already been achieved or soon will be, with the median projection suggesting an increase from 6.
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The Latest- Trump says he may meet with Kim Jong Un in DMZ - WPXI

OSAKA, Japan (AP) - The Latest on President Donald Trump's trip to Asia. (all times local): 8:45 p.m. President Donald Trump is being welcomed to South Korea by its president - and one of its biggest K-pop boy bands. Trump's met with President Moon Jae-in (jah-YIHN') at the Blue House, where the South Korean leader has his offices and home.
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Epidemic Sound raises $20m, announces expansion into South Korea Business Worldwide

By Murray Stassen Stockholm-based production music startup Epidemic Sound has raised $20 million to expand into new markets with a strong focus on Asia. The funding was comprised of equity from DS Asset Management, a Korean asset manager founded by entrepreneur DS Jang, and debt from Skandinaviska....
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