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HRW: Kyrgyz Bill Would 'Cripple' Independent Trade Unions
The New-York based Human Rights Watch (HRW) is calling on Kyrgyz lawmakers to reject draft amendments to the trade union law, saying it would "cripple' independent trade unions in the Central Asian country. In a statement on October 31, HRW said parliament should reject the proposed amendments when....
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President of Ghana, H.E. NANA ADDO DANKWA AKUFO-ADDO inaugurates Merck Foundation “Merck Africa Asia Luminary” to build Healthcare capacity in Africa and Asia
ACCRA, Ghana, October 31, 2019/APO Group/ -- Prof. Frank Stangenberg-Haverkamp, Chairman of the Executive Board and Family Board of E-Merck KG inaugurated Merck Africa Asia Luminary in Ghana; The 6th Edition of “Merck Africa Asia Luminary” co-chaired by H.E. MADAM REBECCA AKUFO-ADDO, The First Lady of Ghana and Dr.
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President of Ghana, H.E. NANA ADDO DANKWA AKUFO-ADDO inaugurates Merck Foundation “Merck Africa Asia Luminary” to build Healthcare capacity in Africa and Asia ....
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Marielle Franco Case: Bolsonaro Claims Witzel Wants to Prejudice His Re-election
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - President Jair Bolsonaro was dismayed on Tuesday, during his tour of Asia and the Middle East, after seeing his name linked to the investigation into the execution of Rio City Councilor Marielle Franco on March 14th, 2018. On the day he met Arab investors in Riyadh, the....
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Social media stirs ‘emotional connections’ between candidate and voter — Publicus Asia
SOCIAL MEDIA presence is not enough to ensure a candidate victory in an election, but it is an effective tool to boost campaign and allow closer connection to the voting public, Publicus Asia reported. In its Final Social Media Intelligence Report (SMIR), released on Thursday, it presented....
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Hong Kong’s biggest banks find themselves in a vice as they cut rates for the first time in 11 years during city’s recession
HSBC had US$308 billion of loans to customers in Hong Kong, or 64 per cent of volume in Asia, last quarter; Standard Chartered trims prime rate to 5.25 per cent in its most profitable region as Hong Kong slips into technical recession Empty shops at the Times Square shopping centre in Hong Kong’s....
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How climate change makes fighting it harder
The effects of climate change can create new hurdles to the fight against climate change. What's happening: New International Energy Agency reports on southeast Asia have eye-popping numbers on the rise of air conditioning use. This reflects IEA’s “stated policies” scenario that assumes existing....
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DW News Asia with Melissa Chan, 31 October 2019
DW News DW News Asia with Melissa Chan, 31 October 2019. India formally strips Kashmir of semi-autonomy. We look at ongoing tensions in the region, and the anger over a visit by far-right EU lawmakers. Opposition protesters in Pakistan march on the capital Islamabad.
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Salman Ahmad plays big role in music maestro Rahat’s success
LONDON: Famed Pakistani music maestros Ustad Rahat Fateh Ali Khan’s producer and global manager Salman Ahmed has said that the three upcoming UK concerts have sold out completely showing the popularity of Pakistani artist across the South Asian communities.
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Indonesia denies giving orders to send waste to India, Thailand, Vietnam
The government has denied a claim made by environmental groups alleging it had re-exported containers of hazardous waste to other countries in Asia rather than sending them back to their countries of origin. The claim was made in a report issued recently by Indonesian environmental group Nexus3 and global waste trade watchdog Basel Action Network.
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Narendra Modi to visit Thailand from 2 to 4 November for ASEAN-India, East Asia and RCEP summits
Narendra Modi will visit Thailand from 2 to 4 November during which he will attend the ASEAN-India, East Asia and RCEP summits; Modi will be visiting Bangkok at the invitation of Thai prime minister Prayut Chan-o-cha; Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) bloc comprises 10 ASEAN group....
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Big Achievement! India beats China, Japan to rank 3rd in Asia for environmental sustainability
In India, the largest disparity is in resource and waste management, with 92 per cent of Indian companies adopting waste reduction policies, but only 31 per cent having specific waste reduction targets to back up their policies. The report also revealed that Indian companies have made considerable progress in building more ethical supply chains.
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Southeast Asia intensifies chase for cheaper solar power
SINGAPORE: Southeast Asia is accelerating plans to harness energy from the sun in coming years as the cost of generating electricity from some solar power projects has become more affordable than gas-fired plants, officials and analysts said. The region, where power demand is expected to double by....
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Blockchain Gaming Start-up Planetarium Joins Ubisoft Entrepreneurs Lab
SEOUL, South Korea Oct. 31, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Planetarium is among the first companies from Asia to be selected for the Ubisoft Entrepreneurs Lab , a global start-up program fostered by Ubisoft . Ubisoft is one of the world's leading gaming companies, known for its rich portfolio of....
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REUTERS - RPT-No country immune to risk of African swine fever spreading - OIE
RPT-No country immune to risk of African swine fever spreading - OIE. (Repeats OCT 30 story. No change to text.) * Disease has spread to 50 countries, decimating herds * China hit hardest as the world's largest pork producer * OIE chief sees virus spreading further in Asia within months By Sybille....
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Southeast Asian Leaders Seen Siding with China's Despite Maritime Dispute
By Ralph Jennings October 30, 2019. Ten Southeast Asian heads of state will hold their landmark annual meeting next week, and four are enmeshed in a maritime sovereignty dispute with their more powerful neighbor China. But the event is widely expected to produce a statement that avoids condemning Beijing.
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Thais still crazy for bubble tea
One of the most popular beverages in Asia continues to make its presence felt in Thailand, with Thais knocking back 6 glasses per month on average, according to Taiwan-based bubble tea chain The Alley. And bubble tea has now found its way to Europe and America – known as the Blue Ocean market –with....
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The Central Asia Metals (LON:CAML) Share Price Has Gained 35% And Shareholders Are Hoping For More
When we invest, we're generally looking for stocks that outperform the market average. Buying under-rated businesses is one path to excess returns. For example, long term Central Asia Metals plc LON:CAML ) shareholders have enjoyed a 35% share price rise over the last half decade, well in excess of the market return of around 4.
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Sydney cloaked in 'hazardous' smoke as Australia bushfires rage
In contrast to many of Asia's major cities, Sydney's residents and visitors usually enjoy the city's beaches and woodland under clear skies. [John Mair/Reuters] Sydney residents coughed and spluttered their way around Australia 's largest metropolis on Thursday, as a bank of smoke from rural bushfires enveloped the city, prompting health warnings.
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IAC signs multiple agreements with Asian international arbitration and mediation partners
NUR-SULTAN – The Astana International Financial Centre’s (AIFC) International Arbitration Centre (IAC) signed five memorandums of understanding (MoUs) with leading dispute resolution institutions in Hong Kong and China during the Hong Kong and China arbitration weeks, two leading annual arbitration forums in Asia.
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Shymkent to host ninth Central Asia Trade Forum
NUR-SULTAN – Shymkent will host the ninth Central Asia Trade Forum Nov. 12-13. Kazakhstan’s third largest city will welcome more than 450 business executives, government officials, small and medium-sized enterprises, international organisations and civil society leaders to explore horticulture....
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US official says Indo-Pacific vision doesn't mean domination
A senior U.S. official says the concept of a free and open Indo-Pacific region is not a move to expand U.S. domination but reflects Washington's "enduring engagement" to make the area prosperous. David Stilwell, the State Department's assistant secretary of state for East Asia and the Pacific, says security is a pillar in the U.
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Asian stocks rally after Fed rate cut, BOJ keeps policy steady
MSCI’s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was up 0.68% to the highest since July 30. Hong Kong shares rose 1.16%, while Japan’s Nikkei stock index rose 0.2%. U.S. Treasury yields slipped in Asia after the rate cut, but Fed Chairman Jerome Powell signalled additional trims are....
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Barclays CEO says firms need to focus on supply chain economics amid US-China trade dispute, Brexit
Companies around the world need to focus on the economics of supply chains amid uncertainties such as the bank. "Whether it's Brexit or whether it's the trade challenge between the U.S. and China, the real issue is supply chain," Jes Staley told CNBC at the Barclays Asia Forum.
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100 New Airports In India By 2024 At A Cost Of Rs 1 Lakh Crore: Report
India is planning to open 100 additional airports by 2024, as part of a plan to revive economic growth in Asia's third-largest economy, according to people with knowledge of the matter. The proposal, which includes starting 1,000 new routes connecting smaller towns and villages, was discussed at a....
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Asian stocks edge higher after Fed rate cut, focus shifts to BOJ
The yen held steady versus the dollar before a Bank of Japan policy meeting later on Thursday. The BOJ is expected to keep its ultra-easy monetary policy in place, but the decision could be a close call. Debate at the Fed and the BOJ highlights the struggle that many central banks are facing. The U.S.
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