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SUNRISE, FL, October 20, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – via NewMediaWireNextPlay Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ: NXTP) (the “Company” or “NextPlay”), a digital business ecosystem for consumers, digital advertisers, video gamers and travelers, today announced plans to form the MedTrek Fund, which is expected to be a closed-end fund securitized by blockchain. The fund, once formed, is expected to seek listing on multiple regulated exchanges, subject to regulatory approval.

The company has designed a new class of medical facilities that incorporate unique geometries and technologies that it believes will reduce the spread of infections.

According to a report by the World Health Organization (“WHO”) in 2019, about 7% of patients hospitalized in high-income countries and 10% of patients hospitalized in low- and middle-income countries will obtain one or more treatments. health associated infections (“HAIs”) at any given time.

The new category of medical facilities, the development of which is planned by the Fund, is expected to combine physical designs and proprietary technologies with the aim of protecting patients against the spread of infections and damage caused by physical intrusion.

The Company believes that the Fund, when established, will be able to provide facilities designed to reduce the likelihood of infection for four categories of medical assets, including primary care, tertiary care, long-term care and convalescent centers. The Fund is also expected to invest in wellness-oriented residential and commercial facilities that are integrated with the physical and technological layers offered.

NextPlay is in talks with leading landowners in several countries to contribute their real estate assets to the proposed fund. These countries, including Thailand which had the largest share of the world’s medical tourism in 2019 (according to the Grandview Research report discussed below), have experienced significant declines in tourism due to COVID-19, but are expected to experience robust growth in medical tourism in the coming years. In addition, NextPlay is also in talks with certain medical service providers located around the world who wish to offer services in facilities that resist the spread of infection and provide a higher level of physical security.

The Fund is expected to initially focus on South East Asia, where we believe these facilities are most likely to benefit from the expected growth in medical tourism. According to Grandview Research, the medical tourism market is expected to grow from $ 44.8 billion in 2019 to $ 207.9 billion by 2027, with Thailand currently holding the largest market share.

Bill Kerby, Co-CEO of NextPlay, said: “The MedTrek token is expected to be the first of several crypto-secure alternative assets that we plan to issue through our FinTech division, which includes our indirect stake in Longroot Holding (Thailand) Company Limited. . Through our efforts to date, we believe we have identified opportunities in medical tourism and its adjacencies. Building on the in-depth understanding of our real estate development partners, we believe we can help catalyze the growth potential we see in medical tourism by using common sense design and the deployment of the latest technology, including Internet of things and machine learning.

The Planned Fund discussed above has not been formed to date, and this training, and the anticipated benefits and offerings, are subject to many risks and uncertainties, and may not progress within the current schedule. expected, if at all.

The company’s short video explaining MedTrek is available here.

About NextPlay technologies

NextPlay Technologies, Inc. (Nasdaq: NXTP) is a technology solutions company providing gaming, in-game advertising, crypto-banking, smart TV, and travel reservation services to consumers and businesses within a growing global digital ecosystem. NextPlay’s compelling products and services use innovative AdTech, Artificial Intelligence and Fintech solutions to leverage the strengths and channels of its existing and acquired technologies. To learn more about NextPlay, visit NextPlayTechnologies.com and follow us on Twitter @NextPlayTech and LinkedIn.

Important Cautions Regarding Forward-Looking Statements and Warnings

This press release includes “forward-looking statements” within the meaning of federal securities laws. Forward-looking statements give our current expectations, opinions, beliefs or forecasts of future events and performance. A statement identified by the use of forward-looking words such as “will”, “may”, “expect”, “projects”, “anticipate”, “plan”, “believe”, “estimate”, “should” and some of the other foregoing statements may be deemed to be forward-looking statements. Although the Company believes that the expectations reflected in these forward-looking statements are reasonable, these statements involve risks and uncertainties which may cause actual future activities and results to differ materially from those suggested or described in this press release.

Factors that could cause such a difference include the risks and uncertainties associated with our need for additional capital which may not be available on commercially acceptable terms, if at all, which raises questions about our ability to continue as a going concern; certain regulatory approvals required, which may not be completed on schedule, if at all; the fact that the COVID-19 pandemic has had, and is expected to continue to have, a significant negative impact on the travel industry and our business, results of operations and liquidity; amounts owed to us by third parties that may not be paid on time, if at all; certain amounts we owe on outstanding debt that are secured by substantially all of our assets and any penalties we may incur therein; the fact that we have significant indebtedness, which could have an adverse effect on our business and financial condition; the uncertainty and illiquidity of the credit and capital markets which may affect our ability to obtain credit and financing on acceptable terms and may affect the financial strength of our business partners; our ability to complete, on time or not at all, acquisitions of certain intellectual property assets of Fighter Base and Token IQ, as previously disclosed; the officers and directors of the Company have the ability to exercise significant influence and vote control over the Company; shareholders may be significantly diluted by our efforts to obtain financing, meet our obligations and make acquisitions through the issuance of additional shares of our common or preferred shares; if we are not able to adapt to technological change, our business could be affected; if we do not adequately protect our intellectual property, our ability to compete could be compromised; the success of our long-term travel business depends, in part, on our ability to expand our owner, manager and traveler bases outside of the United States and, therefore, our travel business is sensitive to the associated risks. international operations; changes or adverse interpretations of government regulations or taxation of the evolving ALR, Internet and e-commerce industries that could adversely affect our results of operations; the risks associated with the operations, activities and regulation of our recent direct and indirect acquisitions of Longroot Holding (Thailand) Company Limited (Longroot), HotPlay Enterprise Limited (HotPlay) and NextBank International (formerly IFEB), as well as our compliance with applicable laws of the United States and Thailand in this regard; the market in which we participate is very competitive, and as a result, we may be unable to compete successfully with our current or future competitors; our potential inability to adapt to technological changes, which could harm our business; the volatility of our share price; risks associated with integrating the operations of HotPlay Enterprise Limited, an acquisition we recently competed against; the fact that we may be held accountable for the activities of our property owners and managers, which could damage our reputation and increase our operating costs; and that we have incurred significant losses to date and require additional capital which may not be available on commercially acceptable terms, if at all. Further information on the risks and uncertainties facing the Company is detailed from time to time in the Company’s periodic reports filed with the SEC, including its most recent annual report on Form 10-K and quarterly reports on Form 10-Q, under “Risk Factors”. These reports are available at www.sec.gov. Other unknown or unforeseeable factors could also have a material adverse effect on the future results of the Company and / or could cause our actual results and our financial position to differ materially from those indicated in the forward-looking statements. Investors are cautioned that forward-looking statements are not guarantees of future performance and that actual results or developments may differ materially from those projected. The forward-looking statements contained in this press release are made only as of the date hereof. The Company assumes no obligation to update or correct its own forward-looking statements, except as required by law, or those prepared by third parties which are not paid for by the Company. If we update one or more forward-looking statements, no conclusion should be drawn that we will make any further updates with respect to such or other forward-looking statements.

The tokens contemplated in this press release (collectively, the “Securities” have been registered under the US Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the “Securities Act”), relying on the exemption provided by Regulation S under The Securities referenced in this document are not intended for distribution, directly or indirectly, in the United States or to any person in the United States as defined in Regulation S. This announcement is not an offer of Securities for sale in the United States. The Securities have not been registered under the Securities Act and may not be offered or sold in the United States or to, or on behalf of or for the benefit of, United States persons (such as as this term is defined in Regulation S) unless they are registered under the Securities Act or they are exempt from registration under the Securities Act. that in accordance with S ecurities Act.

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Baker Hughes, one of the world’s top three oil services companies, blamed supply chain constraints and inflation for disappointing third quarter earnings, but said the global oil and gas recovery was set to continue until 2022.

The company’s third-quarter net profit was $ 8 million compared to Wall Street’s expectations of $ 180 million, according to analyst estimates compiled by S&P Global Market Intelligence.

“We experienced mixed results in our segments during the quarter,” said Managing Director Lorenzo Simonelli. Oil services were “negatively affected by Hurricane Ida, cost inflation in our chemical business and delivery problems resulting from supply chain constraints,” he added.

Inflation and supply chain issues pushed Baker Hughes’ earnings down to $ 5.09 billion from $ 5.14 billion in the second quarter, even amid soaring oil and gas prices . Despite the weak earnings, free cash flow of $ 305 million in the quarter exceeded expectations by $ 204 million.

Oil services rival Halliburton on Tuesday reported a stronger quarter, saying higher prices underpinned a rebound in global oil and gas drilling activity, which had boosted profits.

Oil prices have exceeded $ 80 a barrel in recent weeks and US natural gas prices are trading at around $ 5 per million British thermal units, two multi-year highs. Producers have not restored supply quickly enough to meet growing demand as the world’s major economies have recovered faster than expected.

Simonelli said he saw “continued signs of a global economic recovery that are expected to drive growth in demand for oil and natural gas” through 2022, but that “global chip shortages, chain problems supply and energy supply constraints “threatened to slow this recovery.

The company’s shares, which have jumped nearly 30 percent this year thanks to the industry’s recovery, are down about 2 percent in pre-market.

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Chungcheongbuk-do to host 2021 World Online Martial Arts Masterships and 2021 WMC Convention https://aisa-net.com/chungcheongbuk-do-to-host-2021-world-online-martial-arts-masterships-and-2021-wmc-convention/ https://aisa-net.com/chungcheongbuk-do-to-host-2021-world-online-martial-arts-masterships-and-2021-wmc-convention/#respond Wed, 20 Oct 2021 00:05:40 +0000 https://aisa-net.com/chungcheongbuk-do-to-host-2021-world-online-martial-arts-masterships-and-2021-wmc-convention/

CHEONGJU, South Korea, October 20, 2021– (BUSINESS WIRE) – The 2021 World Martial Arts Online Masterships (online.mastership.org) and the 2021 World Martial Arts Masterships Committee (WMC) Convention (http://www.wmc-convention.com) will have held for six days starting October 28 at the Online Studio and Grand Plaza Cheongju Hotel in Chungcheongbuk-do.

This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20211019005016/en/

The 2021 World Martial Arts Online Masterships runs for five days starting October 29 in the Online Studio. During the event, the 2021 World Martial Arts Committee (WMC) Convention will also be held from October 28 to 30. The 2021 Global Martial Arts Online Masterships is the premier international online martial arts multi-game. Under the theme of the New Challenge, Open World, it will feature 10 martial arts categories, including official Olympic Games, Judo and Taekwondo events, attended by 3,300 people from 100 countries. The event will serve as a stage for the exchange of information on martial arts around the world and will suggest the direction for the world of martial arts in the era of the pandemic through the slogan, No visas, No of passports, No borders, No COVID-19. The matches and judging will take place on the online platform established by the WMC and the operation of the matches and all events will be broadcast online. (Graphic: Business Wire)

Hosted by Chungcheongbuk-do and WMC, organized by WMC and sponsored by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, and the Korea Sports Promotion Foundation, the 2021 Online World Martial Arts Masterships, under the patronage of UNESCO, is the first international online martial arts championship. multi-artistic games organized with the aim of overcoming the COVID-19 pandemic and promoting a continuous exchange of global martial artists.

Under the theme “New Challenge, Open World”, the event featuring 10 martial arts categories, including official Olympic Games events, judo and taekwondo, will bring together 3,300 people from 100 countries. The event will serve as a stage for the exchange of information on martial arts around the world and will suggest the direction for the martial arts world in the era of the pandemic through the slogan “No visas, no passports, no borders, no COVID-19. “

Martial artists from each country will demonstrate their forms for the respective category, such as Poomsae and Kata online, and the judges will also evaluate the forms and rank the participants online. Matches and judging will take place on the online platform established by the WMC and the operation of the matches and all events will be broadcast live online.

The WMC 2021 convention will also be held from October 28 to 30.

After last year, the WMC convention also adopted the hybrid method (online and offline) this year and the program will include the world martial arts industry fair, the academic conference, the world forum for leaders in the arts. martial arts and the general meeting of the WMC. All WMC Convention programs will be streamed live on its website and YouTube channel.

The WMC achieved international status by being approved as a Permanent Consultative Member (PCM) of UNESCO’s Intergovernmental Committee for Physical Education and Sport (CIGEPS) and as a signatory of the World Anti-Doping Agency Code. (AMA) and it is the first martial arts and sports organization in Korea to participate in the Sports for Climate Action of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).

See the source version on businesswire.com: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20211019005016/en/

Contacts

World Martial Arts Masters Committee
LEE BLOOD HO
+ 82-43-220-8775
zuzu0718@mastership.org

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DUBLIN, October 19, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The report “Global Electric Farm Tractor Market: Focus on Applications, Battery Type, Drivetrain Technology, and Region – Analysis & Forecast, 2021-2026” has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.

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This report provides market analysis for the years 2021-2026 in terms of value. The report would also provide qualitative information on emerging technologies in electric farm tractors. The market information has been segmented by application and product at global, regional and country level.

Electric farm tractors are battery powered tractors that are deployed in the agricultural industry. Unlike traditional tractors that run on diesel or gasoline, electric farm tractors use rechargeable lithium-ion or lead-ion batteries.

They are quieter and increase production at a lower cost. Electric tractors have a number of advantages over their diesel tractors, and above all they do not directly produce CO2 emissions or other air pollution.

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1 Markets
1.1 Industry outlook
1.1.1 Market definition
1.1.2 Value chain analysis
1.1.3 Landscape of government initiatives
1.1.3.1 North America
1.1.3.2 Europe
1.1.3.3 Asia Pacific and Japan
1.1.3.4 South America
1.1.3.5 Rest of the world
1.1.4 Attractiveness of the industry
1.1.4.1 Threat of new entrants
1.1.4.2 Buyer’s bargaining power
1.1.4.3 Bargaining power of the supplier
1.1.4.4 Threat of substitutes
1.1.4.5 Intensity of competitive rivalry
1.1.5 Electric Farm Tractor Market Trends
1.1.6 Consortia and associations
1.1.7 Patent analysis
1.1.7.1 Patent analysis (by status)
1.1.7.2 Patent analysis (by company)
1.2 Commercial dynamics
1.2.1 Commercial Engines
1.2.2 Business challenges
1.2.3 Business strategies
1.2.3.1 Product developments
1.2.3.2 Market development
1.2.4 Business strategies
1.2.4.1 Mergers & Acquisitions
1.2.4.2 Partnerships and joint ventures
1.2.4.3 Collaborations and alliances
1.2.5 Business opportunities
1.2.6 Impact of COVID-19 on the Global Electric Tractor Market

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2.1 Global Agricultural Tractors Market (By Application)
2.1.1 Light weight
2.1.2 Average use
2.1.3 Robust
2.2 Global Electric Tractor Market Demand Analysis (by Applications)
2.2.1 Light weight
2.2.2 Average use
2.2.3 Robust

3 products
3.1 Global Agricultural Tractors Market (by Product)
3.1.1 Global Electric Farm Tractor Market (By Battery Type)
3.1.1.1 Lead-acid
3.1.1.2 Lithium-Ion
3.1.2 Global Electric Farm Tractor Market (by Transmission Technology)
3.1.2.1 Battery-powered electric vehicle
3.1.2.2 Hybrid electric vehicle
3.1.2.3 Plug-in hybrid electric vehicle
3.2 Global Electric Tractor Market Demand Analysis (by Product)
3.2.1 Global Electric Tractor Market Demand Analysis (by Battery Type)
3.2.1.1 Lead-acid
3.2.1.2 Lithium-Ion
3.2.2 Global Electric Tractor Market Demand Analysis (by Transmission Technology)
3.2.2.1 Electric vehicle with battery
3.2.2.2 Hybrid electric vehicle
3.2.2.3 Plug-in hybrid electric vehicle

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5 markets – Competitive benchmarking and company profiles
5.1 Competitive benchmarking
5.2 Company profile
5.2.1 Alké
5.2.1.1 Company overview
5.2.1.1.1 Product portfolio
5.2.1.2 Business strategies
5.2.1.2.1 Product developments
5.2.1.2.2 Market development
5.2.1.3 Business strategies
5.2.1.3.1 Mergers & Acquisitions
5.2.1.3.2 Partnerships and joint ventures
5.2.1.3.3 Collaborations and alliances
5.2.1.4 Alke’s strength and weakness
5.2.1.5 R&D analysis
5.2.2 CLAAS KGaA mbH
5.2.2.1 Company overview
5.2.2.1.1 Product portfolio
5.2.2.2 Business strategies
5.2.2.2.1 Product developments
5.2.2.2.2 Market development
5.2.2.3 Business strategies
5.2.2.3.1 Mergers & Acquisitions
5.2.2.3.2 Partnerships and joint ventures
5.2.2.3.3 Collaborations and alliances
5.2.2.4 Strength and weakness of CLAAS KGaA mbH
5.2.2.5 R&D analysis
5.2.3 Cummins
5.2.3.1 Company overview
5.2.3.1.1 Product portfolio
5.2.3.2 Business strategies
5.2.3.2.1 Product developments
5.2.3.2.2 Market development
5.2.3.3 Business strategies
5.2.3.3.1 Mergers & Acquisitions
5.2.3.3.2 Partnerships and joint ventures
5.2.3.3.3 Collaborations and alliances
5.2.3.4 Cummins’ strength and weakness
5.2.3.5 R&D analysis
5.2.4 Deere & Company
5.2.4.1 Company overview
5.2.4.1.1 Product portfolio
5.2.4.2 Business strategies
5.2.4.2.1 Product developments
5.2.4.2.2 Market development
5.2.4.3 Business strategies
5.2.4.3.1 Mergers & Acquisitions
5.2.4.3.2 Partnerships and joint ventures
5.2.4.3.3 Collaborations and alliances
5.2.4.4 Deere & Company’s strengths and weaknesses
5.2.4.5 R&D analysis
5.2.5 Limited Escorts
5.2.5.1 Company overview
5.2.5.1.1 Product portfolio
5.2.5.2 Business strategies
5.2.5.2.1 Product developments
5.2.5.2.2 Market development
5.2.5.3 Business strategies
5.2.5.3.1 Mergers & Acquisitions
5.2.5.3.2 Partnerships and joint ventures
5.2.5.3.3 Collaborations and alliances
5.2.5.4 Strength and weakness of limited escorts
5.2.5.5 R&D analysis
5.2.6 Fendt
5.2.6.1 Company overview
5.2.6.1.1 Product portfolio
5.2.6.2 Business strategies
5.2.6.2.1 Product developments
5.2.6.2.2 Market development
5.2.6.3 Business strategies
5.2.6.3.1 Mergers & Acquisitions
5.2.6.3.2 Partnerships and joint ventures
5.2.6.3.3 Collaborations and alliances
5.2.6.4 Fendt’s strengths and weaknesses
5.2.6.5 R&D analysis
5.2.7 JC Bamford Excavators Ltd.
5.2.7.1 Company overview
5.2.7.1.1 Product portfolio
5.2.7.2 Business strategies
5.2.7.2.1 Product developments
5.2.7.2.2 Market development
5.2.7.3 Business strategies
5.2.7.3.1 Mergers & Acquisitions
5.2.7.3.2 Partnerships and joint ventures
5.2.7.3.3 Collaborations and alliances
5.2.7.4 Strength and weakness of JC Bamford Excavators Ltd.
5.2.7.5 R&D analysis
5.2.8 Kubota Company
5.2.8.1 Company overview
5.2.8.1.1 Product portfolio
5.2.8.2 Business strategies
5.2.8.2.1 Product developments
5.2.8.2.2 Market development
5.2.8.3 Business strategies
5.2.8.3.1 Mergers & Acquisitions
5.2.8.3.2 Partnerships and joint ventures
5.2.8.3.3 Collaborations and alliances
5.2.8.4 Kubota Corporation strengths and weaknesses
5.2.8.5 R&D analysis
5.2.9 Mercedes-Benz
5.2.9.1 Company overview
5.2.9.1.1 Product portfolio
5.2.9.2 Business strategies
5.2.9.2.1 Product developments
5.2.9.2.2 Market development
5.2.9.3 Business strategies
5.2.9.3.1 Mergers & Acquisitions
5.2.9.3.2 Partnerships and joint ventures
5.2.9.3.3 Collaborations and alliances
5.2.9.4 Mercedes-Benz strengths and weaknesses
5.2.9.5 R&D analysis
5.2.10 Mitsubishi fuso
5.2.10.1 Company overview
5.2.10.1.1 Product portfolio
5.2.10.2 Business strategies
5.2.10.2.1 Product developments
5.2.10.2.2 Market development
5.2.10.3 Business strategies
5.2.10.3.1 Mergers & Acquisitions
5.2.10.3.2 Partnerships and joint ventures
5.2.10.3.3 Collaborations and alliances
5.2.10.4 Strength and weakness of Mitsubishi Fuso
5.2.10.5 R&D analysis
5.2.11 Monarch tractor
5.2.11.1 Company overview
5.2.11.1.1 Product portfolio
5.2.11.2 Business strategies
5.2.11.2.1 Product developments
5.2.11.2.2 Market development
5.2.11.3 Business strategies
5.2.11.3.1 Mergers & Acquisitions
5.2.11.3.2 Partnerships and joint ventures
5.2.11.3.3 Collaborations and alliances
5.2.11.4 Monarch Tractor Strength and Weakness
5.2.11.5 R&D analysis
5.2.12 Motivo Engineering
5.2.12.1 Company overview
5.2.12.1.1 Product portfolio
5.2.12.2 Business strategies
5.2.12.2.1 Product developments
5.2.12.2.2 Market development
5.2.12.3 Business strategies
5.2.12.3.1 Mergers & Acquisitions
5.2.12.3.2 Partnerships and joint ventures
5.2.12.3.3 Collaborations and alliances
5.2.12.4 Strengths and weaknesses of Motivo Engineering
5.2.12.5 R&D analysis
5.2.13 Mahindra and Mahindra
5.2.13.1 Company overview
5.2.13.1.1 Product portfolio
5.2.13.2 Business strategies
5.2.13.2.1 Product developments
5.2.13.2.2 Market development
5.2.13.3 Business strategies
5.2.13.3.1 Mergers & Acquisitions
5.2.13.3.2 Partnerships and joint ventures
5.2.13.3.3 Collaborations and alliances
5.2.13.4 Strength and weakness of Mahindra and Mahindra
5.2.13.5 R&D analysis
5.2.14 Simai
5.2.14.1 Company overview
5.2.14.1.1 Product portfolio
5.2.14.2 Business strategies
5.2.14.2.1 Product developments
5.2.14.2.2 Market development
5.2.14.3 Business strategies
5.2.14.3.1 Mergers & Acquisitions
5.2.14.3.2 Partnerships and joint ventures
5.2.14.3.3 Collaborations and alliances
5.2.14.4 Simai’s strength and weakness
5.2.14.5 R&D analysis
5.2.15 Solectrac
5.2.15.1 Company overview
5.2.15.1.1 Product portfolio
5.2.15.2 Business strategies
5.2.15.2.1 Product developments
5.2.15.2.2 Market development
5.2.15.3 Business strategies
5.2.15.3.1 Mergers & Acquisitions
5.2.15.3.2 Partnerships and joint ventures
5.2.15.3.3 Collaborations and alliances
5.2.15.4 Strength and weakness of Solectrac
5.2.15.5 R&D analysis
5.2.16 Yanmar Co. Ltd.
5.2.16.1 Company overview
5.2.16.1.1 Product portfolio
5.2.16.2 Business strategies
5.2.16.2.1 Product developments
5.2.16.2.2 Market development
5.2.16.3 Business strategies
5.2.16.3.1 Mergers & Acquisitions
5.2.16.3.2 Partnerships and joint ventures
5.2.16.3.3 Collaborations and alliances
5.2.16.4 Strength and weakness of Yanmar Co. Ltd.
5.2.16.5 R&D analysis

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Crackdown on insider trading and fraud accelerates under Thai watch https://aisa-net.com/crackdown-on-insider-trading-and-fraud-accelerates-under-thai-watch/ https://aisa-net.com/crackdown-on-insider-trading-and-fraud-accelerates-under-thai-watch/#respond Tue, 19 Oct 2021 11:36:00 +0000 https://aisa-net.com/crackdown-on-insider-trading-and-fraud-accelerates-under-thai-watch/

BANGKOK, Oct. 19 (Bloomberg): Thailand is seeking to speed up criminal proceedings to crack down on insider trading, securities fraud and other illegal financial transactions, according to the country’s top regulator.

The country’s Securities & Exchange Commission plans to have more power to investigate criminal transactions in stocks, bonds and digital assets, according to Secretary-General Ruenvadee Suwanmongkol.

The proposal would speed up charges because the current process, mostly carried out by the police, is taking a long time, she said.

“We have better trained staff to deal with this sophisticated misconduct in the capital markets,” Ruenvadee said in an interview on Friday. and fraud.

Thailand has already taken steps to strengthen its surveillance to crack down on illegal transactions in capital markets. Prasert Prasarttong-Osoth, founder of the country’s largest private hospital chain, and Pete Bodharamik, who controls a telecommunications company, were among the tycoons fined for financial mischief since the regulator implemented the sanction civilian in 2014.

In July, the commission filed a criminal complaint against Binance Holdings Ltd. to a division of the Royal Thai Police for operating a digital asset business in the country without a license.

Yet the current sanctions are insufficient to stem the increase in illegal transactions in the market, Ruenvadee said.

More cases

Thailand’s SEC has filed criminal complaints against 38 people involving seven cases in the first eight months of this year, according to its website.

This compares to 24 people in nine criminal cases for all of 2020. For civil penalties, the regulator fined 24 people from January to August, up to 167 million baht ($ 5 million) from 10 people. and 36 million baht in 2020.

The SEC plans to have more power to conduct criminal investigations into a possible violation of securities laws similar to those in countries like the United States, Ruenvadee said. The expanded authority includes summons of witnesses, records, documents and information, she said.

The increased authority and enforcement is the key amendment to the existing securities law that has been forwarded to the finance ministry for review, Ruenvadee said.

The ministry will discuss with other law enforcement agencies such as the Royal Thai Police and the Attorney General’s office before it goes to Cabinet and parliament for ratification, she said. -Bloomberg

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Influx of goods from China is straining Russian rail network https://aisa-net.com/influx-of-goods-from-china-is-straining-russian-rail-network/ https://aisa-net.com/influx-of-goods-from-china-is-straining-russian-rail-network/#respond Tue, 19 Oct 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://aisa-net.com/influx-of-goods-from-china-is-straining-russian-rail-network/

* Global shipping delays increase attractiveness of rail routes through Russia

* Rail volumes from China up 47% in the first nine months of 2021

* Growth exposes problems with track, checkpoints, rolling stock

* The government is planning investments, the operator is looking for a faster pace

By Gleb Stolyarov

MOSCOW, Oct. 19 (Reuters) – Explosive growth in shipping costs prompts Chinese manufacturers to send more goods to Europe by rail through Russia, but growing demand is creating bottlenecks and strain the capacity of the network.

As countries frantically replenish stocks and export finished products as they recover from the pandemic, global seaports are mushrooming, making rail an attractive alternative.

Russian state rail monopoly said total container traffic passing through Russia jumped 40% in the first nine months of 2021 to 782,000 TEUs (twenty-foot equivalent unit), and could reach a record high of 1 million TEUs this year.

“At the start of the year, the cost of transporting goods in containers by rail between Asia and Europe was twice as low as by sea. Now it is 3.5 times (lower) “said the railway company.

Most of the growth occurred along the China-Russia-Europe route, where transit volumes for the first nine months increased 47% to 568,700 TEUs.

But transport operators and analysts say the rapid growth has exposed infrastructure problems that could significantly limit transit flows.

These include shortages of staff – including managers and crane operators – and rolling stock, said Alexey Bezborodov, head of Infraproject, a consultancy that analyzes data and trends in transportation and infrastructure. .

“No one believed in such a large increase in transit traffic before the pandemic, and no one was ready for it,” he said.

Transport and logistics group Delo told Reuters that the flow of goods was limited by the low capacity of major rail lines and bottlenecks near ports and border checkpoints.

Another source of container transport cited bureaucratic delays and technical issues at border crossings where containers have to be transferred from one train to another due to track gauge differences.

LONG TERM PLAN

The government has established a long-term plan to increase rail capacity. In 2018, President Vladimir Putin ordered him to increase container transit to 1.7 million TEUs by 2024, a four-fold increase from 2017 levels. A draft transport strategy reviewed by Reuters predicts that flows will increase to 3.7 million TEUs by 2035, bringing Russia’s share of Asia-Europe freight traffic to 15% from 4%.

To achieve these goals, Russian railways are investing 200 billion rubles ($ 2.8 billion) from 2019 to 2024 in its “Transsib in 7 days” project, which aims to reduce the transit time of goods to one week. between the eastern and western borders of the world’s largest country. , compared to the usual 11-14 days.

This is part of a larger project worth over 700 billion rubles that Russian railways and the government are funding from 2013, aimed at boosting exports of coal, metals and other products. base to Asian countries by expanding the BAM and Transsib lines that cross Siberia.

This money is spent on additional tracks needed to bypass slow or oncoming trains, on building and increasing capacity of stations, and on strengthening electricity supplies, the monopoly said.

In a statement in response to questions from Reuters, transport operator Delo praised the investments. “But for objective and subjective reasons, the implementation of these measures is not happening as quickly as we would like,” said a representative of the company.

($ 1 = 71.3230 rubles) (Reporting by Gleb Stolyarov; additional reporting by Maria Vasilyeva; Writing by Tom Balmforth; Editing by Mark Trevelyan and Andrew Cawthorne)

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South Korea aims to cut carbon emissions by 40% by 2030 https://aisa-net.com/south-korea-aims-to-cut-carbon-emissions-by-40-by-2030/ https://aisa-net.com/south-korea-aims-to-cut-carbon-emissions-by-40-by-2030/#respond Mon, 18 Oct 2021 19:36:32 +0000 https://aisa-net.com/south-korea-aims-to-cut-carbon-emissions-by-40-by-2030/

South Korea on Monday set a new target to tackle climate change over the next decade, saying it will aim to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions to 40% from 2018 levels. ‘by 2030.

The country had come under criticism that its initial 26.3% reduction plan was too modest. Pledging stronger contributions to curb global warming ahead of the UN climate summit in Scotland next month, South Korean President Moon Jae-in said the new target represents the “most enthusiastic” goal. that the country could possibly settle under the current circumstances.

South Korea aims to be carbon neutral by 2050.

“Compared to advanced economies, which had already peaked in emissions in the 1990s or 2000s and had a longer timeframe to reduce their emissions, we need to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions at a steady pace. much faster because we only hit the peak emission in 2018, so the new target is a very difficult target, ”Moon said at a meeting of a presidential committee on climate goals.

The committee’s plan, which is due to be formalized at a Cabinet meeting next week and presented to the UN COP26 summit in Glasgow, includes a target to cut emissions from power generation and heating by 44.4 % from 2018 levels in 2030 by reducing the country’s dependence on coal-fired power plants and developing renewable energy sources. The country is also seeking to reduce industrial use of fossil fuels and accelerate the transition to electric and hydrogen vehicles.

Moon had promised to deliver a more ambitious carbon reduction target as he attended a virtual climate summit convened by US President Joe Biden in April. Moon also said the country will no longer fund the construction of coal-fired power plants in other countries, although its pledge has not affected South Korea’s participation in the ongoing projects to build two new coal-fired power plants. in Indonesia and another in Vietnam.

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Global Antimicrobial Coatings Market Outlook 2021-2026 Report with BASF, Akzo Nobel, The Sherwin-Williams Co, PPG Industries and Lonza https://aisa-net.com/global-antimicrobial-coatings-market-outlook-2021-2026-report-with-basf-akzo-nobel-the-sherwin-williams-co-ppg-industries-and-lonza/ https://aisa-net.com/global-antimicrobial-coatings-market-outlook-2021-2026-report-with-basf-akzo-nobel-the-sherwin-williams-co-ppg-industries-and-lonza/#respond Mon, 18 Oct 2021 14:10:00 +0000 https://aisa-net.com/global-antimicrobial-coatings-market-outlook-2021-2026-report-with-basf-akzo-nobel-the-sherwin-williams-co-ppg-industries-and-lonza/

DUBLIN, October 18, 2021– (BUSINESS WIRE) – The report “Global Antimicrobial Coatings Market Outlook to 2026” has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.

The global antimicrobial coatings market is expected to witness a significant growth rate during the forecast period with a CAGR of over 10%.

Growing concerns about hygiene and cleanliness in industries have led to an increasing demand for antimicrobial coatings. In the healthcare industry, concerns about hygiene and nosocomial infections (HAIs) are driving the antimicrobial coatings market. The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic is an opportunity for the market due to the high demand for various medical devices, masks, disinfectants, etc.

Based on the type, silver based antimicrobial coatings are expected to dominate the market during the forecast period due to their properties such as high efficiency, lower toxicity and durability. In addition, these coats stay on for a long period of time. Due to these desirable properties, it has a huge demand from the health, food and beverage industries to ensure good hygiene in the workplace.

Globally, the North American region is likely to dominate the antimicrobial coatings market. This is due to the progress made in the health sector. The United States has the highest number of Covid-positive patients, requiring proper sterilization and environmental maintenance. To maintain air quality, these coatings are also useful in the construction industry. It can be used in the premises of schools, colleges and hospitals.

The Asia-Pacific region is expected to be the second fastest growing market as it is home to some of the largest manufacturing bases like India, China, and Japan. Due to the rapid urbanization in developing countries, it will further catalyze the market growth at the regional level.

The major players in the global antimicrobial coatings market are BASF SE, Akzo Nobel NV, The Sherwin-Williams Company, PPG Industries, Inc., Lonza, among others.

Main topics covered:

1. Summary

2. Scope and methodology of the research

2.1 Aim and objective of the study

2.2 Market definition

2.3 Information on the study

2.4 General hypotheses of the study

2.5 Research phases

3. Market analysis

3.1 Presentation

3.2 Market dynamics

3.3 Market trends and developments

3.4 Market opportunities

3.5 Raw material analysis

3.6 Regulatory policies

3.7 Analysis of the impact of Covid-19

4. Industry analysis

4.1 Supply chain analysis

4.2 Porter’s five forces analysis

5. Market segmentation and forecast

5.1 By type of material

5.1.1 Copper

5.1.2 Money

5.1.3 Titanium dioxide

5.1.4 Other types

5.2 By application

5.2.1 Air conditioning and ventilation systems

5.2.2 Antimicrobial textile

5.2.3 Construction

5.2.4 Food processing and packaging

5.2.5 Medical devices

5.2.6 Other applications

6. Regional market analysis

6.1 North America

6.1.1 United States of America

6.1.2 Canada

6.1.3 Mexico

6.2 Europe

6.2.1 United Kingdom

6.2.2 Germany

6.2.3 France

6.2.4 Italy

6.2.5 Spain

6.2.6 Russia

6.2.7 Rest of Europe

6.3 Asia-Pacific

6.3.1 China

6.3.2 South Korea

6.3.3 Japan

6.3.4 India

6.3.5 ASEAN countries

6.3.6 Rest of Asia-Pacific

6.4 South America

6.4.1 Brazil

6.4.2 Argentina

6.4.3 Rest of South America

6.5 Middle East and Africa

6.5.1 Saudi Arabia

6.5.2 South Africa

6.5.3 Rest of Middle East and Africa

7. Key company profiles

7.1 AK steel

7.2 AkzoNobel AG

7.3 Arkema SA

7.4 Axalta Coating Systems, LLC

7.5 BASF

7.6 Biomers

7.7 Vogel diamond paints

7.8 DuPont

7.9 Koninklijke DSM SA

7.10 Lonza

7.11 Nippon Paint Co. Ltd

7.12 PPG Industries Inc.

7.13 RPM International

7.14 Sono-Tek Company

7.15 The Sherwin Williams Company

7.16 Trop Corporation

8. Competitive landscape

8.1 List of notable players in the market

8.2 Mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and agreements

8.3 Market share analysis

8.4 Strategies of key actors

9. Conclusions and recommendations

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Geotechnical Engineering and Design Software Market Research Report by Platform, End User, Application, Region – Global Forecast to 2026 https://aisa-net.com/geotechnical-engineering-and-design-software-market-research-report-by-platform-end-user-application-region-global-forecast-to-2026/ https://aisa-net.com/geotechnical-engineering-and-design-software-market-research-report-by-platform-end-user-application-region-global-forecast-to-2026/#respond Mon, 18 Oct 2021 09:59:00 +0000 https://aisa-net.com/geotechnical-engineering-and-design-software-market-research-report-by-platform-end-user-application-region-global-forecast-to-2026/

Geotechnical Engineering and Design Software Market research report by Platform (Application-Based & Web-Based), By End-User (Commercial, Industrial & Infrastructure), By Application, By Region (Americas, Asia-Pacific and Europe, Middle East and Africa) – Global forecasts to 2026 – Cumulative impact of COVID-19

New York, October 18, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Reportlinker.com announces the publication of the report “Geotechnical Engineering & Design Software Market Research Report by Platform, by End User, by Application, by Region – Global Forecast to 2026 – Cumulative impact of COVID-19 “- https://www.reportlinker.com/p06175405/?utm_source=GNW

The global geotechnical engineering and design software market size was estimated to be USD 775.34 million in 2020 and is expected to reach USD 1,006.40 million in 2021, at a CAGR of 30.13% to reach 3,766.43 million USD by 2026.

Market Statistics:
The report provides market size and forecast in five major currencies – USD, EUR GBP, JPY and AUD. It helps organizational leaders make better decisions when currency data is readily available. In this report, the years 2018 and 2019 are considered as historical years, 2020 as the base year, 2021 as the estimated year and the years 2022 to 2026 are considered as the forecast period.

Market segmentation and coverage:
This research report categorizes geotechnical engineering and design software to forecast revenue and analyze trends in each of the following submarkets:

Based on the platform, the market has been studied on apps and on the web.

Based on the end user, the market has been studied in the commercial, industrial, infrastructure and residential sectors.

Based on the application, the market has been investigated in the areas of excavation design, settlement analysis, shallow and deep foundation, tunnels and shafts, and walls and gabions.

Based on the region, the market has been studied across the Americas, Asia-Pacific and Europe, the Middle East and Africa. The Americas are further explored in Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Mexico, and the United States. The United States is studied in more detail in California, Florida, Illinois, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Texas. Asia-Pacific is further explored in Australia, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan and Thailand. Europe, Middle East and Africa are also studied in France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Qatar, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Spain, Arab Emirates United and the United Kingdom.

Cumulative impact of COVID-19:
COVID-19 is an incomparable global public health emergency that has affected nearly every industry, and the long-term effects are expected to impact the growth of the industry during the forecast period. Our ongoing research amplifies our research framework to ensure the inclusion of the underlying issues of COVID-19 and potential pathways to follow. The report provides insight on COVID-19 considering changes in consumer behavior and demand, purchasing patterns, supply chain diversion, dynamics of current market forces, and significant government interventions . The updated study provides information, analysis, estimates and forecasts, considering the impact of COVID-19 on the market.

Competitive strategic window:
The Competitive Strategy Window analyzes the competitive landscape in terms of markets, applications and geographies to help the vendor define an alignment or fit between their capabilities and opportunities for future growth prospects. It describes the optimal or favorable fit for suppliers to adopt successive strategies of merger and acquisition, geographic expansion, research and development, and new product introduction strategies to continue the expansion and growth of the business during a forecast period.

FPNV positioning matrix:
The FPNV Positioning Matrix assesses and ranks vendors in the geotechnical engineering and design software market based on business strategy (company growth, industry coverage, financial viability, and channel support) and product satisfaction (value for money, ease of use, product features, and customer support) that helps companies make better decisions and better understand the competitive landscape.

Market share analysis:
The market share analysis offers the analysis of the suppliers considering their contribution to the overall market. It provides the idea of ​​its revenue generation in the overall market compared to other space providers. It provides insight into the performance of vendors in terms of revenue generation and customer base compared to others. Knowing the market share gives an idea of ​​the size and competitiveness of the suppliers for the base year. It reveals the characteristics of the market in terms of traits of accumulation, fragmentation, dominance and fusion.

Competitive scenario:
The competitive scenario provides a outlook analysis of the various business growth strategies adopted by the vendors. The news covered in this section delivers valuable insights at different stages while staying up to date with the business and engaging stakeholders in the economic debate. The competitive scenario represents press releases or news from companies categorized into M&A, Agreement, Collaboration and Partnership, New Product Launch and Improvement, Investment and Funding, and Reward, Recognition and Expansion. All the information gathered helps the supplier to understand the market gaps and the strengths and weaknesses of the competitors, thus providing information to improve products and services.

Company usability profiles:
The report deeply explores the significant recent developments of leading vendors and innovation profiles in the global geotechnical engineering and design software market including AECOM Ltd., Arup Group Limited, Autodesk Inc, Bechtel Corporation, Bentley Systems, Inc ., Canary Systems Inc, Cowi A / S, Datgel Pty Ltd, Daystar Software, Inc., DC-Software Doster & Christmann GmbH, Deep Excavation LLC, Egis Group, ENERCALC, Inc., Fugro NV, Geocomp Corporation, GeoStructures, Inc ., Intertek Group PLC, Keller Group PLC, Nova Metrix LLC, Novo Tech Software Ltd, Prokon Software Consultants, Ramboll Group A / S, SAP SE, SGS SA and Sisgeo Srl

The report provides information on the following pointers:
1. Market penetration: provides comprehensive information on the market offered by the major players
2. Market Development: Provides detailed information on lucrative emerging markets and analyzes penetration into mature market segments.
3. Market diversification: provides detailed information on new product launches, untapped geographies, recent developments and investments
4. Competitive Assessment and Intelligence: Provides a comprehensive assessment of market shares, strategies, products, certification, regulatory approvals, patent landscape and manufacturing capabilities of key players
5. Product Development and Innovation: Provides intelligent information on future technologies, R&D activities and breakthrough product developments

The report answers questions such as:
1. What is the market size and forecast for the global geotechnical engineering and design software market?
2. What are the inhibiting factors and impact of COVID-19 shaping the global geotechnical engineering and design software market during the forecast period?
3. What are the products / segments / applications / areas to invest in during the forecast period in the Global Geotechnical Engineering and Design Software Market?
4. What is the competitive strategic window for opportunities in the global geotechnical engineering and design software market?
5. What are the technological trends and regulatory frameworks in the global geotechnical engineering and design software market?
6. What is the market share of the major vendors in the global geotechnical engineering and design software market?
7. What strategic fashions and moves are considered appropriate for entering the global geotechnical engineering and design software market?
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Developing economies risk breaking out of the convergence process https://aisa-net.com/developing-economies-risk-breaking-out-of-the-convergence-process/ https://aisa-net.com/developing-economies-risk-breaking-out-of-the-convergence-process/#respond Mon, 18 Oct 2021 04:00:13 +0000 https://aisa-net.com/developing-economies-risk-breaking-out-of-the-convergence-process/

Across the globe, macroeconomic challenges are mounting, ranging from rising inflation to growing shortages of goods and labor.

The impact on advanced economies and China has been the subject of much debate. However, less attention has been paid to the vulnerability of a large group of developing countries.

It goes way beyond the short term. When combined with other forces at play, the most exposed developing countries risk being overthrown by an age-old process of global convergence that many actors in development economics and finance have since taken for granted. years.

A growing number of economists and policymakers are internalizing the new reality of high and more persistent inflation, after too many months of viewing the phenomenon as “transitory”.

We no longer live in a world where the main macroeconomic challenge is that of weak aggregate demand. Instead, an insufficient supply causes “shortages of everything”.

Combined with both energy uncertainties and labor market frictions to match workers with plentiful demand, this pushes up both cost and price inflation. It can no longer be assumed that technological innovation will permanently reduce costs and increase the responsiveness of the offer. This is especially the case given current supply chain issues.

The emphasis on what all this means for advanced economies and China is understandable. They are a large part of the engines of growth and capital flows in the global economy, and they determine what is seriously pursued on the multilateral agenda.

Yet the implications for commodity-importing developing countries in general, and low-income economies in particular, are far greater.

Combined with the wider impact of Covid-19, the current problems risk derailing the longer-term process in which more countries steadily climb the economic development ladder, lift citizens out of poverty and establish financial and institutional resilience.

As growth slows in China and the United States in the face of stagflationary winds blowing through the global economy, the challenges to the well-being and financial sustainability of these countries are increasing. The pressures come as the classic growth model for them – that of labor-intensive, export-oriented manufacturing – has already lost its force.

As net food importers, many developing economies face higher import costs which also fuel food insecurity. Higher energy costs threaten to lead to blackouts that would cripple industrial production.

Developing economies are also likely to be the target of disruptive trends in financial markets. In recent years, the prolonged pursuit of ultra-accommodative monetary policies in the United States and Europe had “pushed” substantial capital into the developing world in search of higher returns.

If the US Federal Reserve continues to lag behind the realities of inflation and must subsequently be forced into sudden policy tightening, the greater the likelihood of large outflows and rising costs of capital. big.

There are no quick fixes to ensure an immediate and substantial reduction in these risks. Instead, what is needed is a multi-measure approach. This should be focused on increasing the supply of Covid vaccines. Like Gita Gopinath, IMF Research Director noted As of last week, 96% of the population in low-income countries remains unvaccinated.

The crippling debt service problems should also be prevented through early and orderly restructuring that involves equitable burden sharing between public and private creditors. In addition, the flow of concessional finance from multilateral sources needs to be increased.

Such measures must be combined with credible and local efforts to revitalize national growth models in developing countries and increase internal financial resilience.

Advanced economies should note that problems in the developing world will affect them as well. The more developing countries are at risk of being excluded from the convergence process, the greater the likelihood of migratory surges, global financial instability and geopolitical threats.

There are also implications for investors. Successful investing in emerging markets is less and less about riding the wave of global liquidity using passive products. Instead, investors increasingly need to go back to detailed credit analysis, smart structuring, proper pricing of liquidity and, for some, an understanding of the risk of debt rescheduling.

The longer they delay making this fundamental transition, the more likely they are to be shocked by portfolio adjustments that fuel contagion between markets. It would also complicate an already contested prospect of global prosperity and social well-being.

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