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Asian Markets Mixed After Trump Ends Stimulus Talks
CANBERA (dpa-AFX) - Asian stock markets are mixed on Wednesday following the negative cues overnight from Wall Street after U.S. President Donald Trump said he is ending negotiations with Democrats on a new fiscal stimulus package until after the November 3 presidential election.
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Singapore gains 3 more billionaires amid pandemic: Report
The Asia Pacific region hit a record of 831 billionaires, about 38 per cent of the total number globally. They account for US$3.3 trillion (S$4.49 trillion) of total wealth, possessing on average US$4 billion each. The UBS/PwC Billionaires insights report studied more than 2,000 billionaires from 43 markets worldwide.
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business Olay teams up with Shopee to empower digital-savvy millennials in Southeast Asia to #AdultFearlessly PR Newswire Asia
HO CHI MINH CITY, Vietnam Oct. 7, 2020 PRNewswire/ -- P&G-owned skincare brand Olay partners with Shopee, one of the leading e-commerce platform in Southeast Asia and Taiwan , to reach and engage with digital-savvy millennials in Southeast Asia with the launch of Adult Fearlessly campaign.
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business Provincial Electricity Authority Honored at the Asia Responsible Enterprise Awards 2020 Corporate News Media-Outreach
SINGAPORE- Media OutReach - 7 October 2020 - A total of 81 projects and business leaders across Asia were selected as recipients of the Asia Responsible Enterprise Awards 2020 (AREA) , which was an increase of 27% from last year. Widely regarded as the gold standard for CSR and sustainability....
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Philippine leads Asia declines as Trump ends stimulus talks
The Philippines led declines across Asia’s emerging stock markets on Wednesday after U.S. President Donald Trump ended talks on a U.S. stimulus package, adding to negative sentiment across the region. Shares in Manila fell 1% to their lowest in a week, extending losses from Tuesday after data showed....
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Turkey deploys Syrian mercenaries to Karabakh war
A month before an assault on the Armenian enclave of Nagorno Karabakh, Turkey launched a pipeline for Syrian mercenaries to aid in the Azerbaijani offensive, Asia Times has learned. Word of a new Turkish-sponsored mercenary opportunity, the second since Libya, began circulating in northern Syria on September 1.
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Ahmad Zaza
A month before an assault on the Armenian enclave of Nagorno Karabakh, Turkey launched a pipeline for Syrian mercenaries to aid in the Azerbaijani offensive, Asia Times has learned. Word of a new Turkish-sponsored mercenary opportunity, the second since Libya, began circulating in northern Syria on September 1.
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In Tokyo, Pompeo Touts Quad Forum as Way to Counter China
. By William Gallo October 06, 2020. U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo denounced China's "exploitation, corruption, and coercion" Tuesday as he participated in a high-level forum of Asian leaders that Washington hopes will counter Beijing's growing influence.
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Pompeo Presses Asian Allies to 'Be Forceful' in Response to China's Military Operations
. 14:08 GMT 06.10.2020. WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo during a visit to Asia on Tuesday called on Washington's allies in the region to build deeper collaboration and be more "forceful" toward China in response to the country's military operations in the South China Sea.
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Malaysia PM Muhyiddin tests negative for COVID-19 while in quarantine: PM's office
Asia Malaysia PM Muhyiddin tests negative for COVID-19 while in quarantine: PM's office. Malaysia's Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin wearing a protective mask arrives at a mosque for prayers, amid the COVID-19 outbreak in Putrajaya, Malaysia on Aug 28, 2020.
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Asian shares mixed after Trump calls off stimulus talks to boost economy
Trump's announcement via Twitter came after Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell urged Congress to come through with more aid, saying that too little support would lead to a weak recovery, creating unnecessary hardship. Hours after his tweets about ending the stimulus talks, though, Trump appeared to....
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Asian shares mixed after Trump calls off stimulus talks
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. Markets rose in Hong Kong and Sydney but fell in Tokyo. Trump’s announcement via Twitter came after Federal Reserve Chair....
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PGA Tour's Asian swing heads West with best in tow
The PGA Tour’s annual Asian swing will be unlike any other this month as golf’s reimagined year sees two of the region’s most prestigious tournaments make a detour from the Far East to the West Coast of the United States. And sports fans and viewers are in for a super treat as both events will....
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Asia's tech, healthcare billionaires pull ahead of peers: report
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. Billionaires in the Asia-Pacific identified as disruptors and innovators grew their wealth by 23 per cent to US$1.
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Asian shares mixed after Trump calls off stimulus talks
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. Markets rose in Hong Kong and Sydney but fell in Tokyo. Trump’s announcement via Twitter came after Federal Reserve Chair....
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Asia stocks mixed as Trump hits stimulus hope, calls for handouts
Asian markets fluctuated Wednesday as traders weighed Donald Trump's decision to call off talks on a much-needed stimulus against expectations a rescue package will eventually be passed by whoever wins next month's election. The shock move came just as US lawmakers appeared to be making some....
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BOJ Kuroda warns climate change among biggest challenges facing global economy TOKYO (Reuters) - Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said on Wednesday climate change is among the biggest challenges facing the global economy, joining a growing debate ab
TOKYO (Reuters) - Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said on Wednesday climate change is among the biggest challenges facing the global economy, joining a growing debate about how policymakers should address the growth risks posed by global warming.
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Corporate Worries grow among Japanese companies in Southeast Asia as coronavirus cases surge
Yangon – Coronavirus infections have been increasing rapidly in some parts of Southeast Asia where Japanese firms have operations, raising concerns about possible disruptions to their businesses. In Myanmar, where more than 400 Japanese companies are based, virus cases had exceeded 10,000 in late....
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Olay teams up with Shopee to empower digital-savvy millennials in Southeast Asia to #AdultFearlessly
HO CHI MINH CITY, Vietnam Oct. 7, 2020 PRNewswire/ -- P&G-owned skincare brand Olay partners with Shopee, one of the leading e-commerce platform in Southeast Asia and Taiwan , to reach and engage with digital-savvy millennials in Southeast Asia with the launch of Adult Fearlessly campaign.
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Philippines: Southeast Asia-China Cooperation in Disaster Management in Post-COVID Era: Policy Report (September 2020)
Executive Summary. Disaster relief has been a channel for trust-building and reassurance between Southeast Asia and China since the 1990s. The signing of the ASEAN-China Memorandum of Understanding on Cooperation in Disaster Management in 2014 seemingly heralded greater engagement between the two sides in this area.
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Singapore gains 3 more billionaires amid pandemic, as 'crazy rich' Asia keeps top spot globally: Report
SINGAPORE - Singapore added three more billionaires to its tally as Asia stayed on as the region with the most uber-rich in the world, according to a report out on Wednesday (Oct 7) by UBS and PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC). The Asia-Pacific region hit a record of 831 billionaires, about 38 per cent of the total number globally.
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Capacity Development Specialist
A. About Asian Disaster Preparedness Center. ADPC is an autonomous international organization with a vision to reduce disaster and climate risk impacts on communities and countries in Asia and the Pacific by working with governments, development partners, international organizations, NGOs, civil....
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Thai girl who lost mobility in legs after squat jump punishment responding to acupuncture treatment The Nation/Asia News Network
Supattra Inroop, 42, said that her 15-year-old daughter had inflammation in her knees stemming from the squat jumps that her teacher forced her to do as a punishment. She said health coverage from Samkhok School’s director was not enough to treat her daughter.
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2 students in Thailand killed as giant truck slips on wet road, hitting school van The Nation/Asia News Network
Police were notified that around 7.30am that a school van travelling from Kanchanaburi had been hit by a 22-wheeler at the Thanon Phlapphla Chai junction. Nine students were severely injured and sent to Uthong Hospital, but two succumbed to their injuries soon after.
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Panelists Speculate About Effects of COVID-19 on Eurasian Integration
Four academics discussed the impact of COVID-19 on the economic and geopolitical integration of Eurasia in a Tuesday morning webinar. The panel, “Will COVID-19 Curtail European-Eurasian Integration?”, featured Johns Hopkins doctoral candidate Yun Han, professorial lecturer Marsha McGraw Olive,....
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Thai grandmother faces charges for offering granddaughter to repay loans The Nation/Asia News Network
The Pattaya resident also faces the charge of prostitution involving a person aged over 15 but below 18. The case was reported to the Paveena Foundation for Children and Women on Sept 2 by the suspect’s 33-year-old daughter, who said she had heard about this incident from her relatives and neighbours.
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