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Asia Today: Sri Lanka expands curfew, closes gov't offices
outbreak. The foreign ministry closed its consular affairs office for the week and suspended all services to prevent the public from congregating. It said Thursday it would only accept queries and documentation assistance related to deaths of Sri Lankans overseas, strictly by appointment.
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To dodge sanctions Venezuela turns to Asia asphalt giant
Back in January, a yearlong campaign of U.S. sanctions was taking its toll at Venezuela’s state-run oil company. Many of PDVSA’s overseas bank accounts had been frozen or closed, hampering its ability to pay vendors on whom it relies to keep the nation’s crude flowing. PDVSA quickly took advantage of the arrangement.
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To dodge sanctions Venezuela turns to Asia asphalt giant
PDVSA quickly took advantage of the arrangement. Over the course of a single day — Jan. 10 — the oil company sent Tipco executives 43 emails related to payment instructions, prompting a mild rebuke from Jean-Pierre Pastor, Tipco’s representative in Venezuela, who complained about the extra workload.
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Airbus : ACH130 Aston Martin Edition helicopter wins orders across the world
Marignane, 8 October 2020 - Customers on three continents have signed firm contracts for the ACH130 Aston Martin Edition helicopter since its launch earlier this year. The helicopter, one of the most distinctive sights in the skies, will enter service in Latin America, North America and Asia Pacific over the coming months.
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To dodge sanctions Venezuela turns to Asia asphalt giant
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To dodge sanctions Venezuela turns to Asia asphalt giant
“It may have seemed a good idea to make a profit serving as a financial intermediary,” said Weber, who now is a forensic accounting professor at Salisbury University in Maryland. “But in engaging in such risky activity, Tipco fell in with one of the most despicable governments in the world.” Tipco on Sept.
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To dodge sanctions Venezuela turns to Asia asphalt giant
A U.S. official said that the State Department in its latest contact raised concerns about Tipco’s financial support for PDVSA via payments to third parties. The official declined to be named because the conversations, part of an effort to work pro-actively with companies to eliminate the need for sanctions, were private.
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CAML increases its 2020 copper guidance
Following a challenging month with the incident at the Sasa TSF4 in North Macedonia, Central Asia Metals Limited (CAML) CEO Nigel Robinson had some upbeat news for shareholders on Thursday the company expects its zinc and lead production to meet its original guidance and its copper production will beat its original target.
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To dodge sanctions Venezuela turns to Asia asphalt giant
MIAMI (AP) — Back in January, a yearlong campaign of U.S. sanctions was taking its toll at Venezuela’s state-run oil company. Many of PDVSA’s overseas bank accounts had been frozen or closed, hampering its ability to pay vendors on whom it relies to keep the nation’s crude flowing.
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To dodge sanctions Venezuela turns to Asia asphalt giant
So, as the bills piled up, the company leaned on a longtime client from Thailand, Tipco Asphalt, to blunt the impact of the sanctions: in exchange for deep discounts on oil, Tipco would pay PDVSA's obligations and deduct the amounts from what it owed the Venezuelan oil giant, according to records obtained by The Associated Press.
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Asia Today: Sri Lanka expands curfew, closes gov't offices
The foreign ministry closed its consular affairs office for the week and suspended all services to prevent the public from congregating. It said Thursday it would only accept queries and documentation assistance related to deaths of Sri Lankans overseas, strictly by appointment.
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Asia Today: Sri Lanka Expands Curfew, Closes Gov't Offices
COLOMBO, Sri Lanka: Authorities in Sri Lanka have closed key government offices and further expanded a curfew in an attempt to contain a surging coronavirus outbreak. The foreign ministry closed its consular affairs office for the week and suspended all services to prevent the public from congregating.
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Health chief plants cannabis as Thailand eyes medicinal market
By AFP 23 mins ago in Health Thailand's health minister helped plant cannabis seedlings Thursday as the government nurtures plans to harvest the multibillion-dollar potential of medical marijuana. The kingdom in 2018 became the first country in Southeast Asia to legalise medical marijuana, although....
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To dodge sanctions Venezuela turns to Asia asphalt giant
Attorneys and forensic accountants who reviewed the documents said Tipco could be sanctioned for defying U.S. policy seeking to starve Maduro of oil income — a risk Tipco itself acknowledged last month. Processing payments for a sanctioned company could also spur a criminal fraud or money laundering investigation against Tipco in the U.
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To dodge sanctions Venezuela turns to Asia asphalt giant
MIAMI (AP) — One of Asia’s biggest asphalt companies is helping Venezuela skirt harsh U.S. sanctions by moving hundreds of millions of dollars on behalf of the state-run oil company PDVSA, according to an Associated Press investigation. Internal documents obtained by the AP show that Thailand’s....
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To dodge sanctions Venezuela turns to Asia asphalt giant
MIAMI – Back in January, a yearlong campaign of U.S. sanctions was taking its toll at Venezuela’s state-run oil company. Many of PDVSA’s overseas bank accounts had been frozen or closed, hampering its ability to pay vendors on whom it relies to keep the nation’s crude flowing.
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HLA Typing Market to reach US $1,560.3 million by 2028- Global Insights on Key Trends, Strategic Initiatives, Growth Drivers, COVID-19 Impact Analysis, Leading Players and Business Opportunities:
Dallas, Texas, Oct. 08, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The “Global HLA Typing Market Size 2020, By Technology (Molecular assays, Non-Molecular assays) By Product & Services (Reagents and consumables, Instruments, Software & services) Application (Diagnostics, Research) Region (North America, Europe, Asia....
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Wellness Supplements Market to reach US $368.07 billion by 2028 - Global Insights on Key Trends, Strategic Initiatives, Growth Drivers, COVID-19 Impact Analysis, Leading Players and Business...
Dallas, Texas, Oct. 08, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The “Global Wellness Supplements Market Size 2020, By Product (Dietary Supplements, Fortified/ Functional Food & Beverages, Food Intolerance products, Dermo-Cosmetic Skin Essentials) Region (North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, Middle....
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Central Asian
Central Asia. Central Asia is the core region of the and stretches from the in the west to in the east and from in the south to Russia in the north. It is also sometimes referred to as Middle Asia , and, colloquially, "the 'stans " (as the six countries generally considered to be within the region....
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To dodge sanctions Venezuela turns to Asia asphalt giant
For Tipco, U.S. sanctions could prove devastating, however. It need look no further than what happened to another asphalt producer reliant on Venezuela, Europe's Nynas, which was forced to declare bankruptcy after it was told in October 2019 to immediately stop importing Venezuelan crude.
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To dodge sanctions Venezuela turns to Asia asphalt giant
MIAMI (AP) — One of Asia’s biggest asphalt companies is helping Venezuela skirt harsh U.S. sanctions by moving hundreds of millions of dollars on behalf of the state-run oil company PDVSA, according to an Associated Press investigation. Internal documents obtained by the AP show that Thailand’s....
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Winklevoss-founded Crypto exchange Gemini hires former Morgan Stanley exec
U.S.-based cryptocurrency exchange Gemini has tapped a former Morgan Stanley executive for its operations in Asia. Andy Meehan will act as the firm's chief compliance officer for the Asia Pacific, overseeing strategic compliance and regulatory relationships within the region.
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Automotive Manufacturers' Focus to Produce Lightweight Vehicles Boosts Demand Avenues in Automotive Lightweight Materials Market: TMR
Global automotive lightweight materials market is foreseen to develop at 7.2% CAGR in 2019 to 2027. Implementation of stringent government regulations to improve the vehicle fuel efficiency is major factor pushing market sales. Asia Pacific holds major market share, and Japan and China expected to expand at rapid pace during assessment period.
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Clashes erupt in protests against new Indonesian jobs law This content was published on Oct 8, 2020 Oct 8, 2020 By Agustinus Beo Da Costa and Willy Kurniawan JAKARTA (Reuters) - Police and demonstrators clashed in the Indonesian capital on...
By Agustinus Beo Da Costa and Willy Kurniawan. JAKARTA (Reuters) - Police and demonstrators clashed in the Indonesian capital on Thursday on the third day of protests and labour strikes against a polarising new jobs law passed in Southeast Asia's largest economy earlier this week.
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Mapping The Brain’s Mysteries
AsianScientist (Oct. 8, 2020) – The most complex structure in the known universe is a paradox. It’s right between our ears, but much of it remains beyond our understanding. The human brain contains over 86 billion nerve cells, or neurons, and some 100 trillion connections among them.
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Poverty expected to worsen, says World Bank
ISLAMABAD: With the lowest GDP growth prospects of 0.5% among all the South Asian states, the World Bank (WB) warned Pakistan about external financing risks that could be compounded by difficulties in rolling-over bilateral debt from non-traditional donors and tighter international financing conditions.
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