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LYS Energy obtains S$14m green loan from UOB
SINGAPORE solar company LYS Energy on Wednesday said it has obtained a S$14 million green loan from United Overseas Bank (UOB). The loan is issued under UOB's Green Infrastructure Framework as part of the bank's U-Solar programme, the first solar industry ecosystem in Asia to power the development....
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Around 300 migrant workers from Central Asia evicted from Domodedovo airport in Moscow at night
AKIPRESS.COM - Unidentified people in uniformed forced out around 300 migrant workers from Central Asia from the Domodedovo airport in Moscow in the night of March 31. 200 of them were citizens of Tajikistan, journalist Galia Ibragimova said on Facebook page.
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Asian shares hold on to gains but virus keeps markets on edge
Pedestrians reflected in a window stand in front of a quotation board displaying the numbers on the Tokyo Stock Exchange March 26, 2020. — AFP pic. TOKYO, April 1 — Asian stocks clung to gains today, helped by a bounce in Australian shares, but risks for equities remain large as the coronavirus....
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Bala Devi Joins AFC's 'Break The Chain' Campaign to Spread Awareness
New Delhi: Indian women's football team captain Bala Devi joined the Asian Football Confederation's break the chain campaign. The campaign is for raising awareness of the need for social distancing as the world grapples with the coronavirus pandemic. "The whole world is struggling with this pandemic....
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Asian Markets Mostly Higher
CANBERA (dpa-AFX) - Asian stock markets are mostly higher on Wednesday despite the overnight losses on Wall Street amid lingering concerns about the coronavirus pandemic. Meanwhile, results of a private survey showed that China's manufacturing activity expanded in March, after deteriorating the most....
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Climate change may be making migration harder by shortening nightingales' wings
The Common Nightingale, known for its beautiful song, breeds in Europe and parts of Asia and migrates to sub-Saharan Africa every winter. A new study published in The Auk: Ornithological Advances suggests that natural selection driven by climate change is causing these iconic birds to evolve shorter....
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CLIMATE CHANGE MAY BE MAKING MIGRATION HARDER BY SHORTENING NIGHTINGALES’ WINGS
(AGENPARL) – WORCESTER (MASSACHUSETTS), mer 01 aprile 2020. The Common Nightingale, known for its beautiful song, breeds in Europe and parts of Asia and migrates to sub-Saharan Africa every winter. A new study published in The Auk: Ornithological Advances suggests that natural selection driven by....
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Stock Markets in Asia Dip on Dire U.S. Warning: Live Updates
Asian markets drift lower on glum investor sentiment. Markets fell in early Wednesday trading in Asia as investors digested a steady drip of worrying news about the economic ramifications of the global coronavirus outbreak. Major indexes in Japan, Hong Kong and South Korea were modestly lower....
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Global Markets: Asian shares hold on to gains but virus keeps markets on edge
E-Mini futures for the S&P 500 traded 1.39% lower in Asian trade, highlighting the cautious mood. MSCI’s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan rose 0.23%. Australian shares jumped by 2.87%, reversing a 2% decline on Tuesday, as a slowdown in new coronavirus cases and rising iron ore prices lifted the market.
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Asian Markets Mostly Higher
(RTTNews) - Asian stock markets are mostly higher on Wednesday despite the overnight losses on Wall Street amid lingering concerns about the coronavirus pandemic. Meanwhile, results of a private survey showed that China's manufacturing activity expanded in March, after deteriorating the most on....
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Manila should test China-made kits: Inquirer
MANILA (PHILIPPINE DAILY INQUIRER/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - The last thing anxious Filipinos need right now amid the raging Covid-19 pandemic is a Department of Health (DOH) that reverses itself once too often. Last Saturday (Mar 28), Health Undersecretary Maria Rosario Vergeire declared categorically,....
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How mass exodus from cities will hurt India: Statesman contributor
NEW DELHI (THE STATESMAN/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - What began as a trickle became a flow. The exodus of migrant workers from Delhi saw thousands and thousands of them rushing to leave the city, fearing for their lives, worried, insecure and uncertain about their future. While many would have been daily wage earners, some had regular jobs.
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Asia markets track Wall St rally but traders remain nervous
Asian equities enjoyed a strong start to Tuesday following another rally on Wall Street, while oil bounced, with traders welcoming a surprise jump in Chinese factory activity, though analysts cautioned that the road ahead remained rocky for the global economy.
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India considers China a Rival in the Indian Ocean Region (IOR)
The Indian Ocean is the third largest ocean in the world, extending from South East Asia to Australia and the Red Sea. For the last six decades the Indian Ocean and the IOR have gained greater commercial and strategic significance for the whole world as a trade and energy, transportation route,....
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Col (R) Muhammad Hanif
The Indian Ocean is the third largest ocean in the world, extending from South East Asia to Australia and the Red Sea. For the last six decades the Indian Ocean and the IOR have gained greater commercial and strategic significance for the whole world as a trade and energy, transportation route,....
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Asia Pacific Travel Retail Association: 'Over 320,000 Jobs in Asia Pacific at Risk in US$36bn Duty Free & Travel Retail Industry'
SINGAPORE April 1, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Over 320,000 local jobs across the Asia Pacific region and a $36bn industry are at risk of being overlooked by politicians as they devise financial rescue measures to cope with the COVID-19 crisis. The Asia Pacific Travel Retail Association (APTRA) is....
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Daya Dimensi Global (DDG), an HR Path Company, Announces Rebranding and New Leadership in Australia
SYDNEY April 1, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- The HR Path Group's recent acquisition, Daya Dimensi Global (DDG), an SAP HCM partner, operating in Asia Pacific , officially begins its new corporate rebranding to HR Path in Australia. HR Path is known as the leading independent IT consultancy and service....
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George Voloshin
is an international affairs expert widely published on issues related to Eurasian politics, with a special focus on Central Asia. More information about him can be found on his personal website gevoloshin.com. The Nursultan Nazarbayev administration has been—progressively since 2010 and, more....
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U.S. Futures Drop; Asian Stocks Set for Mixed Open: Markets Wrap
(Bloomberg) -- U.S. stock futures declined as investors assessed worsening American coronavirus figures as a new quarter begins. Asian shares looked set for a mixed start. Futures on the S&P 500 Index were about 1% lower, after the gauge ended near the Tuesday-session lows. Contracts in Japan and Hong Kong retreated, while those in Australia rose.
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MIL-OSI Asia-Pac: UN Launches Global Humanitarian Appeal for Vulnerable Countries, WHO Updates Response Plan
The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) has launched a Consolidated Global Humanitarian Appeal to support approximately 40 vulnerable countries in fighting COVID-19. OCHA notes that the virus is spreading to countries that were already facing humanitarian crisis related to conflict, climate change, or natural disasters.
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World Bank warns China growth could screech to a halt
WASHINGTON - The coronavirus pandemic’s economic fallout could cause China’s growth to come to a standstill while driving 11 million more people in East Asia into poverty, the World Bank warned Monday. The pandemic is causing “an unprecedented global shock, which could bring growth to a halt and....
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Asian stock markets track Wall St rally but traders remain nervous
Hong Kong - Asian equities enjoyed a strong start to Tuesday following another rally on Wall Street, while oil bounced, with traders welcoming a surprise jump in Chinese factory activity, though analysts cautioned that the road ahead remained rocky for the global economy.
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Coronavirus, Vladimir Putin, India’s Workers: Your Wednesday Briefing
Is the coronavirus ricocheting back to Asia? Cities and countries that seemed to have brought their outbreaks under control are tightening their borders as they face worries about a new wave of infections from abroad. A surge in cases tied to international travelers led China, Hong Kong, Singapore....
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Coronavirus pandemic far from over in Asia: WHO official
BEIJING: The coronavirus epidemic is "far from over" in the Asia-Pacific region. The current measures to curb the spread of the virus are buying time for countries to prepare for large-scale community transmissions, a World Health Organisation (WHO) official said yesterday.
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Asia Stocks to Start New Quarter Mixed; Yen Gains: Markets Wrap
(Bloomberg) -- Stocks in Asia looked set to kick off the new quarter in a mixed fashion as investors examine data showing tentative signs that China’s economy is beginning to recover against the deteriorating situation in the U.S. The S&P 500 Index ended near the session lows.
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Nickel Miners in the Philippines Hit by COVID-19 Prevention Measures
The Philippines’ Surigao del Norte province is stepping up measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus outbreak, leading to the suspension of mining operations starting on Wednesday (April 1), two nickel miners confirmed on Tuesday (March 31). Nickel Asia and Global Ferronickel, which account....
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There came wise men from the east to Jerusalem, saying, Where is he that is born King of the Jews? for we have seen his star in the east, and are come to worship him. Matthew, 2. 1

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