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Nikkei hits 2-plus-month high on hopes the Fed will slow the pace of rate hikes

TOKYO, Nov 24 (Reuters) – Japan’s Nikkei stock average hit its highest level in more than two months on Thursday, after Wall Street gained overnight on hopes of a slower pace interest rate hikes by the US Federal Reserve. As of 02:16 GMT, the Nikkei index had climbed 1.2% to …

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WAYTOUS will create the first overseas self-driving project in China’s mining area

Bangkok, Thailand–(Newsfile Corp. – Nov. 23, 2022) – Recently, a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) signing ceremony for Thailand’s first 5G+ intelligent autonomous vehicle solution for a sustainable industrial advancement project held in Bangkok, Thailand. Mr. Roongrote Rangsiyopash, Chairman of Siam Cement Group (SCG), Mr. Somchai Lertsutiwong, CEO of Thailand Advanced …

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Korean media stocks rise as China resumes online streaming

(Bloomberg) – Shares of South Korean companies that produce or distribute dramas and movies rallied as China resumed streaming a Korean movie after a six-year ban, raising hopes that more content will be allowed. Bloomberg’s Most Read Film distributor and producer Showbox Corp. climbed as much as 26% on Wednesday, …

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Seoul stocks open slightly higher on Tuesday amid concerns over China’s Covid-19 situation

Electronic display boards at Hana Bank in central Seoul show stock and currency markets on Tuesday morning. [YONHAP] Shares in Seoul opened slightly higher on Tuesday amid escalating concerns over China’s Covid-19 situation. The Kospi added 2.86 points, or 0.12%, to reach 2,422.36 at 9:15 a.m. Investors are paying attention …

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As funding pledges pour in, has COP27 achieved its implementation goal?

The twenty-seventh UN Conference of the Parties in the sunny resort of Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, has been dubbed an “implementation COP”. It was the climate summit that would finally fulfill previous financial pledges to invest in renewable energy, build infrastructure to withstand extreme weather events, respond to climate disasters and …

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UPDATE 2-TSMC plans advanced chip production in Arizona, says company founder

(Adds more quotes from Chang) By Sarah Wu TAIPEI, Nov 21 (Reuters) – Taiwanese chipmaker TSMC plans to produce chips with advanced 3-nanometer technology at its new factory in the U.S. state of Arizona, but plans are not yet fully finalized , company founder Morris Chang said Monday. Taiwan Semiconductor …

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Stuart Kirk: Putting my money where my mouth is

For over 25 years I have either managed money, advised portfolio managers or written investment research. Why aren’t you retired then, I hear someone shouting in the back. This is a good question to ask all financial “experts”. My answer, for what it’s worth, is: four kids, divorce, and always …

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Crypto Exchange Zipmex Seeks Extended Creditor Protection With Takeover Talks ‘Ongoing’

Troubled cryptocurrency exchange Zipmex remains in talks with an investor over a takeover deal that could be completed as early as next week, according to a person familiar with the matter who asked to remain anonymous as she is not authorized to speak negotiations. Earlier this month, Bloomberg reported that …

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Six takeaways from the China Finance Forum

From pandemic recovery to political decoupling, the conference covered a wide range of topics, six of which stood out. 1. The development of EU-China relations is essential This sentiment ran through the entire speech, but was presented most concisely by the founder and director of the Peterson Institute for International …

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South Korea may delay capital gains tax on stocks

(Yonhap) South Korean financial authorities were on Thursday mulling a postponement of the law to levy a capital gains tax on equity investments that is expected to begin next year. In a morning meeting, regulator Financial Services Commission met with market analysts from 10 local brokerages to discuss the effects …

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Trigon Terminals Set to Nearly Double Terminal Capacity and Advance Green Diversification with New Federal Funding

PRINCE RUPERT, BC, November 16, 2022 /CNW/ – Prince Rupert Trigon Pacific Terminals Limited (Trigon) is pleased to announce a $75 million award from the Federal National Trade Corridors Fund to enable major expansion and near doubling of export capacity, and also support Trigon’s well-advanced diversification strategy. View towards Trigon …

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Banking in the Metaverse – The Next Frontier for Financial Services

Banks have long known that if they can capture customers’ attention when they’re young, they’re likely to keep them for life. For this reason, they’ve always been quick to jump on new and emerging trends, and today’s tech hot potato – the Metaverse – is certainly no exception. Banking in …

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Stocks faltered as key inflation measures cool

Fresh geopolitical tensions halted a major stock market rally on Wall Street on Tuesday as investors weighed reports that Russian missiles had entered Poland. The S&P 500 (^GSPC) trimmed early morning gains, slightly higher by 0.2% during midday trading, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average (^ DJI) down 0.2%. The …

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Medimaps Group Announces Partnership with OsteoSys to Bring Trabecular Bone Score to Korea’s Leading Bone Densitometry Platform

GENEVA, November 14, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–MEDIMAPS GROUP (www.medimapsgroup.com), a Swiss/global medical technology company specializing in image processing software for bone health assessment, announced today that its new method for improving osteoporotic fracture risk assessment, Trabecular Bone Score (TBS iNsight™), an AI-enhanced bone microarchitecture surrogate, is now available on OsteoSys Co. diagnostic …

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UPDATE 1-Australian Albanian speaks briefly with Chinese Li, prompting talk about the summit -media

(Adds details on trade pact; paragraphs 10-16) SYDNEY, Nov 13 (Reuters) – Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese held brief talks with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang at a regional summit in Cambodia, Australian media reported on Sunday, raising expectations for a summit official with President Xi Jinping. Relations between the countries …

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Global debt levels increased “substantially” in 2021

By Andrea Shalal WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Debt levels in low- and middle-income countries rose sharply in 2021, with China accounting for 66% of lending from official bilateral creditors, World Bank President David Malpass said, stressing the need to reduce the debt of the poorest countries. . The World Bank’s annual …

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US Removes India from Currency Watch List

By PTI November 11, 2022, 9:14 PM IST (Released) China, Korea, Japan, Malaysia, Germany, Singapore and Taiwan are the seven economies that are on the current watch list, the US Treasury Department said in its semi-annual report to Congress. On Friday, the US Treasury Department removed India along with Italy, …

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Japan’s super-long yields fall to 2-week low on hopes of a slowdown in Fed rate hikes

By Junko Fujita TOKYO, Nov 11 (Reuters) – Yields on super-long Japanese government bonds fell to a two-week low on Friday as a sign of slowing inflation in the United States fueled hopes that the Federal Reserve could become less aggressive with interest rate hikes. The 20-year JGB yield fell …

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UPDATE 1-US Treasury finds no currency manipulation by major trading partners

(Add quotes, details) By Andrea Shalal WASHINGTON, Nov 10 (Reuters) – The U.S. Treasury Department said on Thursday that no major U.S. trading partner had manipulated its exchange rates to gain an unfair competitive advantage until June 2022, but said it would remain in close contact with Switzerland on its …

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Tokyo Electron cuts outlook on U.S. chip restrictions and memory meltdown

(Bloomberg) – Leading chip equipment supplier Tokyo Electron Ltd. cut its full-year outlook after memory makers cut spending and the United States tightened restrictions on edge chip exports to China. Bloomberg’s Most Read The Tokyo-based company now reports annual operating profit of 546 billion yen ($3.7 billion), down 24% from …

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S. Korea looks forward to continuing green cooperation with Egypt (Na Kyung-won)

The world’s attention turned to Sharm el-Sheikh as it hosted the 27th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP27) from November 6-18. Broad international participation from around the world is expected, with more than 40,000 people representing some 197 countries and dozens of …

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Astar Network Partners with NTT Docomo for Web3 Mass Adoption

Blockchain innovation hub Astar Network is making strides in driving Web3 adoption around the world. In another milestone, the smart contract platform has onboarded Japan’s leading mobile operator, NTT Docomo, to collaborate on mass adoption of Web3 as well as its social implementation. NTT Docomo will invest up to $4 …

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Thailand and Cambodia sign agreement on road improvement project

Thailand and Cambodia have signed a loan agreement to finance the improvement of a border road section from Siem Riep to Anlong Veng and Choam/Sa Ngam of National Highway No. 67 in Cambodia. Thailand and Cambodia have signed a loan agreement to finance the improvement of a border road section …

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15 largest Korean companies by market capitalization

In this article, we will take a look at the 15 largest Korean companies by market capitalization. To skip our detailed analysis, you can go directly to the 5 Largest Korean Companies by Market Capitalization. Although it has the 27th largest population in the world, South Korea has the 10th …

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The Party Balloons Market Size is expected to reach USD 704.6 revenue to cross USD 943 from 2022 to 2028

In-depth market knowledge pune, Nov. 06, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — “Party Balloon Market” research report focuses on the global information which can help in making decisions on the current market situation. The Party Balloon Market size is estimated to be USD 704.6 Million in 2021 and is projected to reach …

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Thailand leads debt negotiation campaigns until January next year

The Thai government has declared 2022 to be the year for household debt settlement, as the country’s household debt per GDP reaches 90.1%. A series of debt trading fairs organized by the Bank of Thailand and the Ministry of Finance kicked off on Friday, with the first event being held …

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UPDATE 2-China pledges to continue its “dynamic cleaning” COVID strategy

(Add details) BEIJING, Nov 5 (Reuters) – China will continue its “dynamic elimination” approach to COVID-19 cases as soon as they emerge, health officials said on Saturday, adding that measures need to be implemented more precisely and meet the needs of vulnerable people. people. The country’s strict COVID containment approach …

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North Korea fires artillery at sea as South Korea, US pledge cooperation

SEOUL, Nov 4 (Reuters) – North Korea fired around 80 artillery shells into a maritime border area overnight, South Korea said on Friday, as defense ministers from Seoul and Washington meet pledged to show determination in the face of a deluge of missile tests by South Korea. North. North Korea …

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Japan’s cross-border e-commerce booms thanks to cheaper yen

Japan’s cross-border e-commerce is booming again, with many small businesses joining the market to take advantage of the sharp drop in the yen and advances in information technology, which makes it easier to communicate with buyers and manage paperwork. customs. The United States and China are the biggest markets for …

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Asian stocks receive meager entries in October amid recession fears

By Gaurav Dogra (Reuters) – Asian stocks posted meager inflows in October after selling off the previous month, and analysts expect fears of a global recession and a stronger U.S. dollar to weigh on flows short-term currencies in the region. Data from stock exchanges in Taiwan, India, the Philippines, Vietnam, …

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Exodus of auditors from struggling Chinese property companies raises governance concerns

By Claire Jim HONG KONG (Reuters) – Auditors of at least 14 Hong Kong-listed Chinese property companies withdrew this year, securities filings showed, raising governance concerns about indebted developers, several of whom have not not yet released long-standing financial results. Embattled developers including Sunac China, Shimao Group and Kaisa Group …

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[Aziz Durrani] Reset Southeast Asia’s Climate Agenda

[Aziz Durrani] Reset Southeast Asia’s Climate Agenda

High inflation, rising interest rates, falling currencies and volatile energy prices, along with economic slowdown and post-pandemic fiscal issues, could increase pressure on ASEAN+3 – the 10-member Association of Southeast Asian Nations, along with China, Japan and South Korea – to reduce efforts to mitigate climate risks. While this policy …

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UPDATE 3-Panasonic will start building a battery factory in Kansas next month

(Adds details from the press conference) TOKYO, Oct 31 (Reuters) – Japan’s Panasonic Holdings Corp said on Monday it will start building a new battery plant in Kansas in November and aims to begin mass production by March 2025, targeting the market in rapid growth of electric vehicles in North …

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Won Bears bet even the most hawkish BOK will fail to match the Fed

(Bloomberg) – Forex traders are betting there’s more downside ahead for the beleaguered won as policymakers’ efforts to stem its decline are overtaken by the Federal Reserve’s most aggressive tightening campaign since the 1980s . Bloomberg’s Most Read The won has fallen more than 16% to 1,421.60 to the dollar …

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UPDATE 1-Chinese cities brace for surge of Foxconn workers from COVID-hit Zhengzhou

(Adds comments from Foxconn) By Ryan Woo and Ziyi Tang BEIJING, Oct 30 (Reuters) – Cities in central China have hastily drawn up plans to isolate migrant workers fleeing to their hometowns from a sprawling assembly facility at iPhone maker Foxconn in hit Zhengzhou. by COVID, fearing they could trigger …

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US says North Korea policy remains unchanged after nuclear remark raises eyebrows

By David Brunnström and Simon Lewis WASHINGTON, Oct 28 (Reuters) – The United States said on Friday its policy toward North Korea had not changed after a senior U.S. official responsible for nuclear policy raised eyebrows saying that Washington would be willing to engage in arms control talks with Pyongyang. …

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Focus on Japan, South Korea, Australia, China, Taiwan, Indonesia and Malaysia

DUBLIN, October 28, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The “Asia-Pacific Mobile Payment Methods 2022” report has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. Research_and_Markets_Logo Mobile wallets are a growing trend in Asia Pacificwith China be a pioneer in their use Asia Pacific maintains its strong position in the global payments market, posting continued …

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Momentum and uncertainty follow IPEF ministerial meeting

Authors: Emily Benson and Aidan Arasasingham, CSIS Fourteen countries, hosted by the United States, gathered in Los Angeles in September 2022 for an Indo-Pacific Economic Framework for Prosperity (IPEF) ministerial meeting. Washington originally designed the economic arrangement – which complements its security strategy in the Indo-Pacific region – in October …

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Apple says it faces ‘significant’ headwinds from strong US dollar

Apple said it faced a tough December quarter as it faced “significant” headwinds in the currency market and supply issues for its latest iPhone models. “Overall, we believe the company’s year-over-year total revenue performance will slow in the December quarter compared to the September quarter,” Chief Financial Officer Luca Maestri …

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South Korea’s third-quarter growth hits lowest level in a year on weak net exports

SEOUL (Reuters) – South Korea’s economic growth fell to its lowest level in a year in the third quarter despite slightly higher expectations, with weak net exports offsetting pent-up consumer and business spending, according to reports. central bank estimates on Thursday. The country’s gross domestic product (GDP) grew 0.3 percent …

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Thai app FINNIX uses AI for financial inclusion

Thailand-based digital lending app FINNIX has partnered with ADVANCE.AI to improve customer onboarding and financial inclusion across the country. The FINNIX mobile app, which is regulated by the Bank of Thailand, was developed by MONIX and offers micro-finance loans through a fully digital process from loan application to approval and …

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HSBC takes surprise succession move as forecast reaches equities

Banks ousts CFO Ewen Stevenson in surprise move Move is about succession planning, says CEO The new CFO had just returned from a sabbatical Q3 profit fell 42%, hit by asset sales and rising loan losses Stocks slide on murky outlook, surprise CFO change LONDON/SINGAPORE, October 25 (Reuters) – HSBC …

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Korean stocks rise on Monday, led by construction and tech companies

A screen in the Hana Bank trading floor in central Seoul shows the Kospi closing at 2,236.16 points on Monday, up 23.04 points, or 1.04%, from the previous trading day. [YONHAP] Shares rose on Monday to end their three-day losing streak, with construction and technology companies leading the rally, as …

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Boris Johnson battles for return offer as Rishi Sunak enters race for UK PM

London – Boris Johnson was battling on Sunday to garner enough support to make a shock return as British Prime Minister after figures from the Conservative Party’s right wing united around the man once accused of betraying him, Rishi Sunak. Sunak, the country’s 42-year-old former finance minister, confirmed on Sunday …

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A dozen top Chinese finance executives appointed to new central committee

What’s new: Of the 205 new members of the Communist Party Central Committee elected by the 20th National Party CongressAbout a dozen have backgrounds in China’s financial or tax system, or in macroeconomics and trade, according to information compiled by Caixin based on a list of members published by the …

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Rural Thailand faces biggest poverty challenges with high income inequality

With one billion active users and visual appeal, Instagram is a powerful marketing tool for brands. Even better, you can grow your business with free promotions. Here are nine free Instagram marketing strategies you can apply today. Don’t forget to perform Instagram metrics to find out which ones work best …

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The real trade war with China has begun

Former President Trump launched a “trade war” with China in 2018, which mainly produced a series of economic skirmishes and logistical workarounds. Trade between the two nations has continued, with collateral damage where Trump imposed a tariff or China pushed back on retaliatory measures. With far less fanfare, the Biden …

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As threat of intervention grows, Japan deals ‘strictly’ with currency speculators

Finmin says it does not tolerate excessive and speculative weakening of the yen The yen drops past 150 to the dollar, its lowest level in 32 years Market players prepare for a second round of intervention BOJ Kuroda repeats easy political mantra and warns of risks TOKYO, Oct 21 (Reuters) …

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Pacific Rim finance executives ponder ways to curb inflation

BANGKOK – Finance ministers from major Pacific economies pledged on Thursday to fight inflation and target spending to support sustainable growth at a meeting in Bangkok ahead of a summit next month. Asked about possible disagreements over Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Thailand’s finance minister, host of the meeting, admitted there …

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China’s quality development is deeply smooth, stable

BEIJING, October 20, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — China the economy is stable and growing. During the 20th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC), an official of the National Development and Reform Commission told a press conference that judging from the current situation, China the economy rebounded significantly in …

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Strategic partnership agreement to develop quantum computing market in Japan and Asia-Pacific

TOKYO, CAMBRIDGE, England and BROOMFIELD, Colo., October 19, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Mitsui & Co., Ltd (“Mitsui”) and Quantinuum have signed a strategic partnership agreement to collaborate on the delivery of quantum computing in Japan and the Asia Pacific Region. Yoshio Kometani, Representative Director, Executive Vice President and Chief Digital Information …

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JustKitchen licenses MrBeast Burger™ and other Virtual Dining Concepts™ brands for multiple Asian markets

TSXV: JK OTCQB: JKHCF FRA: 68Z The consumers in Taiwan and hong kong to continue to have access to MrBeast Burger through the JustKitchen app and third-party delivery service providers, as the popular brand was launched by the company in Malaysia, Philippines and Thailand later this year VANCOUVER, BC, October …

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Review of the book “The Cashless Revolution” by Martin Chorzempa

Comment this story Comment When Martin Chorzempa, then a few years out of college, moved to Beijing in 2013 as a young researcher, he witnessed an antiquated and very low-tech financial system. Interest rates on savings were capped below the rate of inflation. Credit cards issued by a state monopoly …

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Analysis-G7 fails to reach an intervention agreement to ease the pain of the soaring dollar

By Leika Kihara WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Japan and other countries dealing with fallout from the soaring U.S. dollar found little solace in last week’s meetings of global finance officials, with no signs that a joint intervention along the lines of the 1985 “Plaza Accord” was on the horizon. With a …

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Forex Traders Watch Japan’s Response as Yen Approaches 150 Level

(Bloomberg) – Forex traders braced for a possible intervention to support the yen on Monday after it hit a 32-year low and approached the key psychological level of 150 to the dollar. Bloomberg’s Most Read The Japanese currency closed at just under 148.70 on Friday, capping nine consecutive weeks of …

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Help small businesses and low-income people, Arkhom tells G20 ministers

The meeting brought together representatives of the European Union, eight industrialized countries – the United Kingdom, Canada, France, Italy, Japan, Germany, the United States and Australia – as well as 11 major economies, namely Argentina, Brazil, China, India, Indonesia. , Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, South Korea and Turkey. …

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World finance leaders point to China as an obstacle to faster debt relief

WASHINGTON, Oct 14 (Reuters) – Western countries this week stepped up their criticism of China, the world’s biggest bilateral creditor, as the main obstacle to the implementation of agreements to restructure the economy. debt for the growing number of countries unable to service their debt. US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen …

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North Korea fires missile and flies warplanes near border as South imposes sanctions

SEOUL, Oct 14 (Reuters) – North Korea fired a short-range ballistic missile off its east coast on Friday, the South Korean military said, the latest in a string of launches by the nuclear-armed nation. nuclear weapons in a context of heightened tensions. South Korea also dispatched fighter jets when a …

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Safe, dust-free innovation that generates income for farmers

BANGKOK, October 13, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Researcher at the Faculty of Sciences, Chulalongkorn University had the idea to produce 100% Made–in–Thailand cassava-based cat litter and aims to export it to the global market. The product effectively absorbs cat urine liquids and odors, breaks down. With the prices of agricultural products …

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Casino tycoon Steve Wynn doesn’t need to register as a foreign agent, judge rules

correction An earlier version of this article incorrectly identified Guo Wengu as the senior Chinese government official at whose request Wynn allegedly acted. Guo was the Chinese national whose deportation from the United States was allegedly sought by Wynn and senior Chinese official Sun Lijun. The story has been corrected. …

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South Korea’s financial watchdog declares support for digital assets amid crackdown

The last four months have been quite torrid for virtual asset traders and service providers in South Korea following the aggressive stance of the Financial Services Commission (FSC). However, it seems that the agency is doing a U-turn and announced that it will promote the use of digital currency and …

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Japan posts record current account surplus in August as import prices rise

Current account surplus at 58.9 trillion yen, lowest in August Fall in surplus expected to continue in long term – analyst Weak yen helps excess income hit record high Revenue gains more than offset the trade deficit TOKYO, Oct 11 (Reuters) – Japan’s current account surplus fell to its lowest …

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Canadian economy could slow with ‘unusually high’ job vacancies says central bank government

TORONTO (Reuters) – Bank of Canada Governor Tiff Macklem said there was room for a slowing economy due to an “unusually high number” of job vacancies. In an interview broadcast on CBC Radio on Sunday, Macklem said the current fight against inflation is the biggest test the central bank has …

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Renault is ready to reduce its stake in Nissan, reports Bloomberg

(Reuters) – French carmaker Renault SA is ready to reduce its stake in Japanese automaker Nissan Motor Co Ltd, Bloomberg News reported on Saturday, citing people familiar with the talks. According to the report, Nissan is pressing Renault to reduce its stake to 15%. The French automaker owns around 43% …

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Nissan urges partner Renault to sell its stake -WSJ

(Reuters) – Nissan Motor Co Ltd is pressuring its partner Renault SA to reduce its stake in the Japanese automaker and revamp its more than 20-year-old alliance, The Wall Street Journal said on Friday, citing people at the stream of talks. The French car firm Renault owns about 43% of …

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“Thailand InsurTech Fair 2022” has begun!

Benefit from special insurance promotions and get a chance to win prizes worth 1.6 million baht from October 7 to 9 at Hall 6, IMPACT Arena Muang Thong Thani Mr. Arkhom Termpittayapaisith, Minister of Finance, presided over the opening ceremony of “Thailand InsurTech Fair 2022” organized by the Center of …

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EMERGING MARKETS – Fed’s Hawkish Comment Stifles Asian Currency, Stock Rally

* South Korean won, Taiwanese dollar lags * Vietnamese stocks hit lowest level since February 2021 * All eyes are on US nonfarm payrolls Taiwanese dollar is the one with the most fell further, with hawkish comments from US Federal Reserve officials reinforcing the central bank’s intention for more rate …

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SOPA)/Thoughtful Media Group’s Strategic Partnership with Onlive.Site Aims to Grow the Live Commerce Market Across Southeast Asia

Incorporated Company Pass Partnership Accelerates Consumer Journey, Connected Experiences and Loyalty Benefits Through SoPa Ecosystem Society Pass Inc/Thoughtful Media Group Inc and Onlive.Site Announce Strategic Partnership, Combining Society Pass Inc.’s Industry-Leading Data-Driven Loyalty Platform With Interactive Commerce Technology Tools live from Onlive.Site Singapore, Oct. 05, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — via …

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Chinese media fumes over Elon Musk’s latest attempt to fix the world

Elon Musk continued to agitate global media personalities in his latest attempt to offer solutions to geopolitical issues, including the war in Ukraine. Hu Xijin, commentator for a Chinese state-backed publication The Global Times, took aim at the business tycoon for trying to influence political decisions, ominously warning that the …

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South Korea will supply Ukraine with Chiron MANPADS and the United States will pay for them

The Ukrainian army is about to get its hands on the South Korean Chiron man-portable air defense system (MANPADS), according to a recent report by the Czech daily iDnes. South Korea will indirectly supply about $2.9 billion worth of weapons to Ukraine via the Czech Republic. The United States would …

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British pound gains on fiscal U-turn, yen weakens past 145 to the dollar

SINGAPORE/LONDON, Oct 3 (Reuters) – The pound rose on Monday after Britain canceled its plan to cut the top rate of income tax while the yen weakened beyond of 145 to the dollar, close to the level where the Japanese authorities intervened last month. The pound hit a one-week high …

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Private sector supports 2065 green targets

Companies are making more green investments, but say government incentives are needed Participants take part in a panel discussion on green finance at the 2022 Sustainability Expo at the Queen Sirikit National Convention Center in Bangkok on Saturday. (Photo: Wichan Charoenkiatpakul) The private sector supports the government’s commitment to achieve …

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FTSE Russell flags possible inclusion of South Korea in global bond index

SEOUL: FTSE Russell said it could add South Korea to its global bond index following moves by Seoul authorities to improve market access for foreign investors, paving the way for a potentially huge increase capital inflows into the country. Welcoming the announcement, South Korea’s finance ministry on Friday cited independent …

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Japan ready to support the yen again, promises the Minister of Finance

Japan’s finance minister has signaled that his government is ready to intervene again in the foreign exchange market if the yen continues to be under pressure. Finance Minister Shunichi Suzuki pledged after Tokyo’s intervention in the foreign exchange market last week to support the yen for the first time in …

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Growing demand in the automotive industry for high quality oil reinforcements sector

company logo Global base oil market Global base oil market Dublin, Sept. 29, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The report “Global Base Oils Market Segmented by Source, Type, Application, End-Use, Region, Competition, Forecast and Opportunity, 2017-2027” has been released. added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The global base oil market is expected …

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China Construction Bank to set up consumer credit unit

What’s new: China Construction Bank Corp. obtained the authorization to create a consumer credit unit, thus becoming the third public lender to have a specific unit dedicated to the granting of personal consumer loans. China Construction Bank plans to invest 6 billion yuan ($835.9 million) to establish CCB Consumer Finance …

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UPDATE 1-Harris will be the latest dignitary to make a ‘to do list’ visit to the North Korean border

(Updates to add TV tag) By Josh Smith SEOUL, Sept 28 (Reuters) – When U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris makes a planned visit to the demilitarized zone (DMZ) separating the two Koreas on Thursday, she will be the latest in a long line of dignitaries – and tourists – to …

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United States, India, Japan and Australia Combat Systems, Supply, Installation and Services 2021-2026

DUBLIN, September 27, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The “Opportunities for Growth of the Quadruple Security Dialogue” report has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. Research_and_Markets_Logo In this study, the analyst provides an overview of the defense investments and relevant market players of each member of the Quad, highlighting key growth drivers, …

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Housing finance market expected to reach $33.298.79 billion by 2031: Allied Market Research

Allied Market Research Rising need to streamline home loan services, increasing need for corporate and personal money to purchase homes, rising residential property prices and increasing urbanization are driving the growth of the market global housing finance. Rise in unemployment and rise in financial crisis among people during the pandemic …

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China’s electric vehicle subsidy program extended to end of 2023

China’s Ministry of Finance, State Tax Administration and Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) have announced that they will extend their New Energy Vehicle (NEV) subsidy program until the end of 2023. The program was scheduled to end at the end of 2022. The MIIT said the extension was …

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North Korea fires ballistic missile ahead of US Vice President Harris’ visit

Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register SEOUL, Sept 25 (Reuters) – North Korea fired a ballistic missile into the sea off its east coast on Sunday, ahead of planned military exercises by South Korean and U.S. forces involving an aircraft carrier and a visit to the region …

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The president visits Japan and the Philippines on Monday (26)

COLOMBO (News 1st) – President Ranil Wickremesinghe is due to leave the island early tomorrow morning (26) for an official visit to Japan and the Philippines. During his two-day official visit to Japan, the President will attend the funeral ceremony of former Prime Minister of Japan, Mr. Shinzo Abe, and …

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Swamiji, when will you become finance minister? The BJP MP gave a funny response

BJP leader and Rajya Sabha MP Subramanian Swamy is known for his wit. Today he gave such a funny answer to a user’s question, which is a big hit on social media. BJP leader Subramanian Swamy. Image credit source: Twitter BJP leader and Rajya Sabha MP Subramanyam Swami Are very …

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Cryptocurrencies Cannot Be Considered a Financial Investment: South Korean Financial Regulator Crypto

“Although he admitted to helping local prosecutors classify Terra-LUNA tokens as securities,” Governor of South Korea’s Financial Surveillance Service (FSS) Lee Bok-Hyun is not d agree with the idea that cryptocurrencies cannot be considered as financial investment products or securities, according to local media. . At a press conference on …

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Europe’s appetite for LNG leaves developing countries starved of gas

An overwhelming appetite from Europe for liquefied natural gas meant to replace Russian pipeline exports is leaving developing countries starving for gas and creating a market for traders to profit from a rush to secure supplies. China, India, Brazil, Pakistan and Bangladesh will see the highest rate of decline in …

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Deep UK tax cuts deepen sell-off, dollar soars and bonds plunge

Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register MSCI All-World hits 2-year low The dollar hits a new high in two decades Pound, gilts sell off after UK ‘mini-budget’ Yen down but traders wary of more intervention Treasuries head for eighth weekly loss LONDON, Sept 23 (Reuters) – Stocks …

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South Korean won falls after Fed hike despite official warnings

A rating won by South Korea is seen in this illustrative photo from May 31, 2017. REUTERS/Thomas White/Illustration/File Photo Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register SEOUL, Sept 22 (Reuters) – The South Korean won fell more than 1% on Thursday, ending below a key psychological level for …

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