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South Asia: Worst Economic Plunge, Informal Workers Hit Hardest
Smart policies for informal workers key for recovery. WASHINGTON, October 8, 2020- says the World Bank in its twice-a-year-regional update. Released today, the latest South Asia Economic Focus forecasts a sharper than expected economic slump across the region, with regional growth expected to contract by 7.
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Asian nations ready to ease back into international football
SEOUL: Tottenham star Son Heung-min isn't required for the South Korean national team's return from a COVID-19 enforced hiatus, so he can focus on the Premier League. It'll be full domestic-based squads when South Korea and the South Korean under-23 teams meet on Friday (Oct 9) in the first of two....
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Informal Workers Hit Hardest in Bangladesh
South Asia records worst-ever recession, must prioritize smart policies for informal workers. WASHINGTON, October 8, 2020- South Asia is set to plunge into its worst-ever recession as the devastating impacts of COVID-19 on the region's economies linger on, taking a disproportionate toll on informal....
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Asian shares mostly higher on hopes for U.S. stimulus
A man walks under a screen showing the KOSPI, Korea Composite Stock Price Index at the Korea Exchange in Seoul, South Korea, Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2020. Stocks were mixed in Asia on Wednesday despite an overnight decline on Wall Street after President Donald Trump ordered a stop to talks on another round of aid for the economy.
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Asian nations ready to ease back into international football
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Tottenham star Son Heung-min isn't required for the South Korean national team's return from a COVID-19 enforced hiatus, so he can focus on the Premier League. It'll be full domestic-based squads when South Korea and the South Korean under-23 teams meet Friday in the first....
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Asian shares mostly higher on hopes for U.S. stimulus
A man walks under a screen showing the KOSPI, Korea Composite Stock Price Index at the Korea Exchange in Seoul, South Korea, Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2020. Stocks were mixed in Asia on Wednesday despite an overnight decline on Wall Street after President Donald Trump ordered a stop to talks on another round of aid for the economy.
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Asian Markets Mostly Higher On Renewed Stimulus Optimism
(RTTNews) - Asian stock markets are mostly higher on Thursday as risk appetite improved amid renewed optimism about more U.S. fiscal stimulus. U.S. President Donald Trump said he would support aid to airlines and other stimulus measures, after calling off negotiations over a broader relief package.
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Uday Shankar Steps Down as Disney Asia Pacific President
Uday Shankar will step down as president, The Walt Disney Company Asia Pacific and chairman, Star & Disney India, effective Dec. 31, 2020. He will now
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Gemini Selects Chief Compliance Officer for Asia Pacific Region
NEW YORK and SINGAPORE Oct. 7, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Gemini Trust Co. LLC, a cryptocurrency exchange and custodian, today announced the appointment of Andy Meehan as Chief Compliance Officer of Asia Pacific Region. In this new role, Meehan will oversee Gemini's strategic compliance and regulatory....
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Waves out of the Korean Peninsula and inter- and intra-species replacements in freshwater fishes in Japan
Abstract. The Japanese archipelago is located at the periphery of the continent of Asia. Rivers in the Japanese archipelago, separated from the continent of Asia about 17 Ma, have experienced an intermittent exchange of freshwater fish taxa through a narrow land bridge generated by lowered sea level.
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Asia’s largest junk bonds are riskier than ever — and Chinese property developers may be feeling the heat
Rising debt of Chinese property developers are in the spotlight again, as liquidity issues at top developer China Evergrande trigger investor concerns. China’s property prices rebounded quickly as the economy reopened after the worst of the pandemic passed.
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Murder hornets are about to start their 'slaughter phase' - CNET
Asian giant hornets, also called Murder Hornets, are up to two inches long, and can sting its victim multiple times. Video screenshot by Bonnie Burton/CNET. Remember those pesky Asian giant hornets (nicknamed "Murder hornets") we back in May? They were spotted in Washington state last year and, well, they haven't just disappeared.
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Asia billionaire wealth up 36%; tech, healthcare players pull ahead of peers
Singapore. THE fortunes of Asia's wealthiest have grown more polarising, with billionaires in the booming tech and healthcare sectors pulling ahead of their peers as the Covid-19 crisis accelerates the divergence. Total billionaire wealth in the region rebounded by 36 per cent to US...
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2 million stillbirths every year, pandemic might worsen toll
The U.N. health agency said that last year three in four stillbirths occurred in sub-Saharan Africa or Southern Asia; it defined a stillbirth as a baby born with no signs of life at 28 weeks of pregnancy or later. "Every 16 seconds, a mother somewhere will suffer the unspeakable tragedy of....
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2 million stillbirths every year, pandemic might worsen toll
LONDON (AP) — The World Health Organization and partners say there are about 2 million stillbirths every year, according to its first-ever global estimates. The U.N. health agency said Thursday that last year three in four stillbirths occurred in sub-Saharan Africa or Southern Asia; it defined a....
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Asia Stocks to Advance Amid Stimulus Optimism: Markets Wrap
Asian stocks looked set for gains after renewed optimism that U.S. lawmakers could still reach an agreement on fiscal stimulus sent American equities and Treasury yields higher. The dollar slipped.
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Unique vine 'greenhouses' found by 91-year-old nature volunteer in Yamagata
An unusual vine discovered by a 91-year-old volunteer nature guide in Japan has a "unique" way of using its leaves to curl around its fruits to envelop them in a protective microclimate, scientists said on Wednesday. The cucurbitaceous vine, a type found in East Asia, is an oddity because while....
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To Our Readers And Business Associates In The Industry: Gms Response To Recent “Kveikur” Documentary
As economist Alan Greenspan once suggested, people are entitled to their own opinions, but not their own facts. It is critical to bear this in mind as one watches the recent Icelandic “Kveikur” documentary titled “Where Eimskip ships go to die”, produced by the Icelandic television and radio network....
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Ship Recycling Activity Slows Down Because of Asian Holidays
Ship recycling activity has taken a U-turn of late, with slowdown widely noticed as a result of various National holidays in the Asian region, predominantly China. In its latest weeky report, shipbroker Clarkson Platou Hellas said that “with various National holidays in Asia this week including....
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Lack of containers, high rates hurting Indian business as demand picks up: export body
A lack of container availability in India is hurting the export sector and posing a “serious concern” over meeting delivery commitments to foreign buyers, the Federation of Indian Export Organisations (FIEO) said Oct. 7. The statement comes amid a acute container shortage in Asia as shipping liners....
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Democratic Sweep in the U.S. Could Boost Demand for Asian Stocks
A Democratic sweep in next month’s U.S. election would boost Asian equities, while reducing the allure of the region’s bonds, according to money managers and strategists.
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Increasing use of nitrogen fertilisers in global food production jeopardising climate goals: Study
The study also determined that the largest contributors to global nitrous oxide emissions are countries in East Asia, South Asia, Africa and South America. (Representational) The growing use of nitrogen fertilisers in the production of food worldwide is increasing concentrations of nitrous oxide — a....
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HSIIDC allots 140-acre land to Flipkart group for largest fulfilling centre in Asia
The land has been allotted at bare shell cost of Rs 3.09 crore per acre and all infrastructure facilities shall be laid by the Flipkart group (File) The Haryana State Industrial & Infrastructure Development Corporation Ltd (HSIIDC) allotted 140 acres of land to Flipkart group for setting up their....
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Deeba Shahnaz Akhter
Pakistan Rescue Team of Emergency Services Academy Rescue 1122 has become the 1st United Nations International Search and Rescue Advisory Group (UN-INSARAG) classified Team in South Asia after completing an extensive evaluation process of several years under supervision of UN INSARAG Mentors for....
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JOURNEY FROM OCTOBER 8, 2005 EARTHQUAKE TO UN-INSARAG CLASSIFICATION
Pakistan Rescue Team of Emergency Services Academy Rescue 1122 has become the 1st United Nations International Search and Rescue Advisory Group (UN-INSARAG) classified Team in South Asia after completing an extensive evaluation process of several years under supervision of UN INSARAG Mentors for....
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Promoting exports imperative for economic stability, says Qaiser
ISLAMABAD: National Assembly Speaker Asad Qaiser said promoting exports was imperative for economic stability and development of the country and by virtue of its location, Afghanistan was a favourable export destination besides being at the transit route to the Central Asia.
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