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Lab & Test Asia (part of Propak Asia 2020) - NEW DATES
The 14 th International Laboratory Equipment, Instrument, Test & Measurement and Quality Control Exhibition October 2020. In This Edition Articles - Ambient Ionisation MS and GC-MS Analysis and Identification of Aroma Compounds in Agave Based Alcoholic Beverages - How a Chromatographic Method is More Than a Sep.
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Medlab Asia Pacific - NEW DATES
With a commitment to enhance the provision of healthcare in ASEAN and do it in a safe manner, Medlab Asia Health and Asia Health is now a virtual platform that will bring together regional healthcare professionals to meet and do business online. October 2020.
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U.S. Talks End, Australia’s Big Spend, Activity Pick-Up: Eco Day
Welcome to Wednesday, Asia. Here’s the latest news and analysis from Bloomberg Economics to help you start the day:
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China Rejects 'Reckless Smearing' by U.S. at Meeting with Asia Partners
The Quadrilateral Security Dialogue brings together Washington, Canberra, New Delhi and Tokyo to ensure a "free and open Indo-Pacific," and is largely seen as tackling regional moves by Beijing. Representatives of the four powers reaffirmed their mission following Tuesday's talks.
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Asia-Pacific to account for 40 pct of world's commercial fleet by 2039: Boeing outlook
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 6 (Xinhua) -- The Asia-Pacific region will expand its share of the world's fleet of commercial airplanes to nearly 40 percent over the next two decades, according to Boeing's 2020 Commercial Market Outlook (CMO) released on Tuesday.
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Pompeo uses Tokyo visit to slam China, seek Asian allies' support
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo visited Japan on Tuesday to rally support from Washington's closest allies in Asia, calling for deeper collaboration with Japan, India and Australia as a bulwark against China's growing regional influence. The East Asia visit, Pompeo's first in more than a year, coincides with worsening tensions with China.
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SE Asia set to overtake China as world’s top notebook PC producer
TodayHeadline SE Asia set to overtake China as world’s top notebook PC producer —
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Giant Spiders Imported From Asia Spotted In North Georgia
DACULA, GA — First it was murder hornets. Now it's giant spiders big enough to kill a hummingbird. A Dacula resident was surprised to find one on the back deck of her home. It was about 4 inches long. "I was like, 'What is that?'" Kathy Ramatowski said later to Berndt Petersen of Atlanta news station WSB-TV.
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Asia Stocks to Drop After U.S. Stimulus Talks End: Markets Wrap
Asian looked set to follow U.S. stocks lower after President Donald Trump said he is ending stimulus talks until after next month’s election. Treasuries gained.
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Asia-Pacific to account for 40 pct of world's commercial fleet by 2039: Boeing outlook
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 6 (Xinhua) -- The Asia-Pacific region will expand its share of the world's fleet of commercial airplanes to nearly 40 percent over the next two decades, according to Boeing's 2020 Commercial Market Outlook (CMO) released on Tuesday.
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US blasts China’s ‘exploitation and coercion’ in meeting with Indo-Pacific allies
Mr Pompeo's first visit to East Asia in more than a year comes amid worsening tensions with China but his call for a united front against Beijing is a sensitive subject for nations which are rely on the continent's powerhouse for trade. In comments before the start of a meeting of the Quad grouping....
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Kyrgyzstan faces another revolution after protests
Moscow: Violent protests and allegations of vote-rigging have pushed the former Soviet nation of Kyrgyzstan to the brink of its third revolution in 15 years, without a clear opposition leader in sight. The landlocked nation of 6.5 million, often described as Central Asia's only democracy, woke up on....
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SE Asia set to overtake China as world’s top notebook PC producer
Region will account for half of global output in 2030, says Taiwan think-tank. South-east Asia will produce half of the world’s notebook personal computers in 2030, a Taiwanese government....
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SoftBank shares sink as tech rout spreads to Asia
Shares in SoftBank fell almost 5 per cent on Wednesday morning as the worst one-day sell-off in US technology stocks since March’s market chaos reverberated through Asia. The fall in early Tokyo trading took the tech group’s total decline this week to 12 per cent, wiping off more than $15bn in market value.
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Kyrgyzstan faces another revolution after protests
Moscow: Violent protests and allegations of vote-rigging have pushed the former Soviet nation of Kyrgyzstan to the brink of its third revolution in 15 years, without a clear opposition leader in sight. The landlocked nation of 6.5 million, often described as Central Asia's only democracy, woke up on....
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Kyrgyzstan faces another revolution after protests
Moscow: Violent protests and allegations of vote-rigging have pushed the former Soviet nation of Kyrgyzstan to the brink of its third revolution in 15 years, without a clear opposition leader in sight. The landlocked nation of 6.5 million, often described as Central Asia's only democracy, woke up on....
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Kyrgyzstan faces another revolution after protests
Moscow: Violent protests and allegations of vote-rigging have pushed the former Soviet nation of Kyrgyzstan to the brink of its third revolution in 15 years, without a clear opposition leader in sight. The landlocked nation of 6.5 million, often described as Central Asia's only democracy, woke up on....
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Kyrgyzstan faces another revolution after protests
Moscow: Violent protests and allegations of vote-rigging have pushed the former Soviet nation of Kyrgyzstan to the brink of its third revolution in 15 years, without a clear opposition leader in sight. The landlocked nation of 6.5 million, often described as Central Asia's only democracy, woke up on....
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Free webinar: How America lost its Wei – the US-China tech war
Noted China expert Scott Kennedy, a CSIS trustee, will be featured in an Asia Times webinar on Oct. 14. Register for Featuring China expert Scott Kennedy, Trustee Chair at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. Hosted by Asia Times Deputy Editor (Business) David P. Goldman; Octber 14, 2020, 10am Eastern Standard Time.
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Jonas Parello-Plesner
Related Topics: Asia Program Jonas Parello-Plesner is a non-resident senior fellow in GMF's Asia program. His research focuses on Asia and China and relations with EU and the United States. Parello-Plesner has also worked at the European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR) as a Senior Policy Fellow with a focus on European-Chinese relations.
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PREMIUM COVID-19 and environmental challenges: Two sides of a coin
Rahmat Hidayat Efendi Jakarta The number of COVID-19 cases continues to increase rapidly in Indonesia, while some Southeast Asian neighbors are beginning to live normally and moving closer to winning the battle against the pandemic. Almost every day, Indonesia continues to peak off the chart in the region, which comes as no surprise at all.
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Need A Loan Now That The Paycheck Protection Program Is Running Again? Try These Nonbank Lenders
BOSTON, MA - APRIL 22: Asia Mei, owner of Moonshine 152, poses in her restaurant, which has been ... shut down due to COVID-19, on April 22, 2020. Her corner
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Britain Wants to ‘Send a Message to China’ by Deepening Five Eyes Alliance
Britain’s defense secretary said that by deepening its existing Five Eyes intelligence alliance and seeking to partner with other Asian countries, it would “send a message to China.” That’s according to Ben Wallace, Britain’s defense secretary in conversation with ConservativeHome as part of the....
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Stocks shuffle to two-week highs after Trump leaves hospital
Despite a subdued London FTSE, Europe benefited from near 2% jumps in battered banks and travel stocks, along with what Germany called a "remarkable" leap in export orders, to join Asia and Wall Street's overnight rallies. [GVD/EUR] MSCI's main world stocks benchmark was up 0.2%
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Kamala Harris and a history of trying to define 'Asian American'
The identity of Sen. Kamala Harris, who will debate Vice President Mike Pence on Wednesday, is part of a long discussion of who gets to be considered Asian American and who is too often left out of the group. Harris' Asian American ethnic background — she is multiracial — hasn't always been recognized by the American public.
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Kamala Harris and a history of trying to define 'Asian American'
The identity of Sen. Kamala Harris, who will debate Vice President Mike Pence on Wednesday, is part of a long discussion of who gets to be considered Asian American and who is too often left out of the group. Harris' Asian American ethnic background — she is multiracial — hasn't always been recognized by the American public.
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