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[ad_1] William Kelly, managing director of the Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst Association, says retail investors are sparking new interest in qualifications in alternative asset classes, such as private equity, as low interest rates and markets fleeing stock markets that limit returns on stocks and bonds. Kelly says a U.S. government …

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DGTR recommends anti-dumping duty on imports of aluminum foil

[ad_1] The Trade Remedies Directorate (DGTR) recommended imposing anti-dumping duties on imports of aluminum foil from China, Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia to compensate for the injury caused to the domestic industry by cheaper imports. After a year-long investigation into complaints filed by Hindalco Industries Ltd, Raviraj Foils Ltd and Jindal …

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Thailand achieves better competitiveness rate

[ad_1] Traisuree: PM satisfied with the result Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha is pleased with the improvement in the country’s competitiveness revealed by the World Competitiveness Center, said deputy government spokesperson Traisuree Taisaranakul. Fitch Ratings, meanwhile, maintained Thailand’s sovereign credit rating at BBB + despite the economic slump caused by the …

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Thousands of people to receive Sinopharm vaccine

[ad_1] More than 5,000 organizations will be awarded the Chinese Sinopharm vaccine in the first phase of registrations. The Chulabhorn Royal Academy (CRA) announced yesterday on Facebook that 5,199 organizations will receive the Sinopharm vaccine for 476,682 people and that they will get more details within three days. The update …

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Hwa Fong Rubber (Thailand) PCL

[ad_1] The stock of Hwa Fong Rubber (Thailand) PCL (BKK: HFT, 30-year Financials) gives all indications of being significantly overvalued, according to the GuruFocus value calculation. The GuruFocus Value is GuruFocus’s estimate of the fair value at which the stock is to trade. It is calculated based on the historical …

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South Korea hosts forum on Egypt’s tax and customs reforms

[ad_1] The South Korean Embassy in Cairo held a forum on Wednesday to discuss Egypt’s new advance cargo information (ACI) and electronic invoicing systems, as well as Korean business cooperation with the Egyptian government. The event, titled “Egyptian Government Trade Policy Forum – Recent Customs and Tax Reform Measures”, saw …

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Chinese surveillance cameras targeted by FCC for security reasons

[ad_1] (Bloomberg) – US regulators set to ban products from Huawei Technologies Co. and four other Chinese electronics companies, including surveillance cameras widely used by US schools but linked to oppression in western China, stepping up pressure on tech vendors suspected of being risk security guards. Hangzhou Hikvision Digital Technology …

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Long-term planning is key to China’s continued growth

[ad_1] BEIJING, June 16, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Speaking days before the Earth Day climate change summit in April, the US Secretary of State Antoine Blinken recognized that the United States had fallen behind China in developing the technology needed to combat climate change. CGTN: Long-term planning is key …

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The welding market will reach USD 27.22 billion by 2027; Growing applications in aerospace industry will emerge in favor of market growth, according to Fortune Business Insights ™

[ad_1] List of companies presented on the market: Lincoln Electric (Ohio, United States), KOBE STEEL, LTD (Hyogo, Japan), ESAB (Maryland, United States), ZULFI (Al Zulfi, Saudi Arabia), KISWEL CO., LTD. (Seoul, Korea), CS HOLDINGS CO., LTD. (Gyeongsangbuk-do, Korea), RME MIDDLE EAST (Dubai, UAE), voestalpine BÖHLER Edelstahl GmbH (Linz, Upper Austria), …

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Mizuho executives suffer unnecessary pay cuts

[ad_1] Koji Fujiwara, Chairman and CEO of Mizuho Bank, the main banking unit of Mizuho Financial Group, attends an interview with Reuters at the bank’s headquarters in Tokyo, Japan on April 19, 2017. Photo taken on April 19, 2017. REUTERS / Toru Hanai HONG KONG, June 16 (Reuters Breakingviews) – …

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CF Energy received a credit facility from China Everbright Bank

[ad_1] TORONTO, June 15, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – CF Energy Corp. (TSX-V: CFY) (“CF Energy” or the “Company”, together with its subsidiaries, the “Group”), a leading new energy service provider in the People’s Republic of China (the “PRC” or “China” ), is pleased to announce that one of the Company’s …

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Asean news headlines at 9 p.m. on Sunday June 13

[ad_1] Malaysia: Covid-19: 5,304 new cases bring the total to 657,508 Ismail Sabri: Government studies possibility of relaxing SOPs if Covid-19 cases fall below 4,000 Muhyiddin: KL and Putrajaya set to get collective immunity earlier in August Malaysia expels conspiracy theorist wanted in France for kidnapping ECRL faces new risk …

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China’s gas pivot fuels LNG demand support

[ad_1] The global economic recovery is gradually taking shape as the spread of the coronavirus slows in most countries due to summer weather conditions and rapid vaccination in industrialized countries. China was the first country to enter lockdown in February 2020 and also the first to restart the economy. Rapid …

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Growing confidence drives stocks up

[ad_1] If you build a sandbox, will they come? Recap: Global stocks extended their record highs with the MSCI All Country World Index, poised for a fourth weekly advance amid rising confidence. European stocks rallied after the European Central Bank raised its inflation forecast and renewed its pledge to aggressively …

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FinCEN Files survey named Pulitzer Prize finalist

[ad_1] The FinCEN Files survey was recognized as a finalist for the 2021 Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting, bringing more praise to the groundbreaking project from the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, BuzzFeed News and over 100 other media partners across the world. Columbia University Pulitzer Council recognized the FinCEN …

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WIMI Hologram Cloud Expands Semiconductor Business In An Orderly Way, As Europe, Japan And South Korea Have Seized Semiconductor Market One After Another

[ad_1] HONG KONG, Jun 11, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – MobiusTrend, the fintech market research organization, recently released a research report “WIMI Hologram Cloud Expands Semiconductor Business in an Orderly Way, While Europe, Japan and South Korea have entered the semiconductor market one after another “. China’s emerging semiconductor industry is …

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Why China needs Australian iron ore for years to come

[ad_1] China is looking to buy iron ore outside of Australia. But how is it really going to play out? (Source: Getty) Former Treasurer Wayne Swan and Antipodes Partners Portfolio Manager Sunny Bangia will discuss China’s growth and investment opportunities at , 10:00 am AEST. Submit your questions . A …

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G7 finds new goal as G20 takes a step back

[ad_1] From June 11 to 13, G7 leaders meet in Cornwall, UK. The rally highlights the renewed vigor and influence of the G7, with a British Presidency engaged in action, the first public international outing of multilateralist President Joe Biden and growing concerns from the United States and Europe over …

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4 climate hurdles Biden faces at the G-7

[ad_1] There should be “no exemptions” or “wished” to the extent of the ban, said Han Chen, director of the international energy policy program at the Natural Resources Defense Council. “Some [Japanese] departments interpret it as saying you can have factories with lower emissions. “ Whether Germany can commit to …

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Global Ceramic Sanitary Ware Market (2020 to 2026)

[ad_1] Dublin, June 10, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The “Ceramic Sanitary Ware Market Research Report by Technology, Application, Region – Global Forecast to 2026 – Cumulative Impact of COVID-19” report was added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The global ceramic sanitary ware market size was estimated at USD 45.27 billion in 2020 …

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China’s Qinghai Province ordered all crypto miners shut down

[ad_1] China’s Qinghai Province announced a new ban on virtual currency mining operations, a government document said on Wednesday. Qinghai is the latest coal-based crypto mining hub expected to wipe out the industry altogether. The news came following another crackdown on some crypto miners in Xinjiang, and follows Inner Mongolia …

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P4G Seoul summit unites world leaders for inclusive green recovery and serves as springboard for next climate COP

[ad_1] Seoul P4G summit ends May 31st, proclaiming inclusive global green growth in the Seoul Declaration Summit calls for global cooperation in responding to climate change; developed countries announce their support for carbon neutrality; developing countries to accelerate green growth The summit strengthens innovative private-public cooperation in five major areas, …

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Meet Grace, the health robot created by COVID-19

[ad_1] By Joyce Zhou HONG KONG, June 9 (Reuters) – The Hong Kong team behind the famous humanoid robot Sophia is launching a new prototype, Grace, aimed at the healthcare market and designed to interact with the elderly and those isolated by the COVID pandemic -19. Dressed in a blue …

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Firm backs 2.25 billion baht for employment plan

[ad_1] Firm backs 2.25 billion baht for employment plan First group of new graduates to benefit The cabinet on Tuesday approved the allocation of 2.25 billion baht from a central budget earmarked for emergency purposes in fiscal year 2021 to hire 10,000 new college graduates for a year, with the …

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Wireless Connectivity Market Research Report by Connectivity Technology, Type, Application, Region – Global Forecast to 2026

[ad_1] Wireless Connectivity Market research report by Connectivity Technology (Bluetooth Classic, Bluetooth Smart and Bluetooth Smart Ready), by Type (Cellular M2M, Low Power WAN and Satellite), by Application, by Region (Americas, Asia-Pacific, and Europe, Middle East and Africa) – Global forecasts to 2026 – Cumulative impact of COVID-19 New York, …

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Splash Beverage Group (SBEV) secures the distribution of all its brands in China, the world’s largest market for alcoholic beverages

[ad_1] Copa Di Vino wines and Pupoloco sangria to serve China’s $ 55 billion wine market Fort Lauderdale, Florida – (Newsfile Corp. – June 7, 2021) – Splash Drinks Group, Inc. (OTCQB: SBEV) (“Splash” or the “Company”), a holding company comprising a portfolio of leading beverage brands, today announced the …

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Some Korean giants could be affected by G7 tax deal

[ad_1] 확대 South Korean conglomerates that operate subsidiaries in foreign countries with a corporate tax rate below 15% face additional tax burdens, following historic G7 agreement on a global minimum tax rate companies by 15%. The G7 group of advanced economies agreed to set an overall minimum corporate tax rate …

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FirstFT: Today’s best stories | Financial Time

[ad_1] Hello. This article is an on-site version of our FirstFT Asia newsletter. register here to receive the newsletter directly in your inbox every weekday morning The G7 tax deal struck by the world’s leading advanced economies this weekend is the first substantial evidence of relaunched international cooperation since President …

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The G7 tax deal is a game-changing opportunity

[ad_1] For four decades, global corporate tax rates fell in an international “race to the bottom”, allowing large multinationals to reduce their burden by channeling their profits to low-tax jurisdictions. This weekend’s deal between G7 finance ministers offers a revolutionary opportunity to reverse that process – and ensure that businesses …

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Konex, the start-up market, is slowly fading away

[ad_1] The Korea New Exchange (Konex) is struggling in terms of volume, initial public offerings and upgrading listed companies to higher tier exchanges. Konex was first introduced in July 2013 as a market for small businesses not yet large enough for proper listing on the Korea Stock Exchange. According to …

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China tech crackdown cools Hong Kong IPO market

[ad_1] (Bloomberg) – New listings in Hong Kong have fallen to their lowest level since the aftermath of the global financial crisis, as weakening markets and China’s crackdown on its biggest tech companies dampen sentiment. So far, just seven companies have gone public in the second quarter – on track …

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G-7 targets environmental crimes for greater disclosure

[ad_1] (Bloomberg) – The Group of Seven Nations have targeted environmental crimes in an attempt to push companies to disclose their impact on the climate. Finance ministers at the G-7 meeting in London agreed for the first time to integrate climate change considerations into their decision-making. They also expanded the …

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Ethereum’s Latest Price: Vechain Cryptocurrency Sees Prices Rise Nearly 2,000% | City & Business | Finance

[ad_1] The ruling Chinese Communist Party is notoriously suspicious of technologies and organizations beyond its control, hence its recent crackdown on bitcoin and other major cryptocurrencies. However, one cryptocurrency project that enjoys Beijing backing is Vechain (VET), a nationally developed decentralized financial operation that is similar to the Ethereum blockchain …

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China launches copyright protection blockchain

[ad_1] The China Copyright Society (CSC), a government-linked public institution under the National Copyright Administration of China, launched the Chinese Copyright Channel on Tuesday. The new blockchain can document proof of digital assets, monitor counterfeiting activity, collect online evidence, issue notices to remove pirated products, and help courts resolve copyright …

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CFOs on the move: week ending June 4

[ad_1] Aradhana Sarin Aradhana Sarin will become CFO at AstraZeneca when its takeover of Alexion Pharmaceuticals is finalized later this year. Dr Sarin is currently Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Alexion. She joined Alexion in November 2017 and was Chief Business and Strategy Officer before becoming CFO. …

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Soaring food prices seem to be the recipe for trouble

[ad_1] A farmer harvests corn in Woodburn, Indiana, USA, October 16, 2020. REUTERS / Bing Guan Emerging markets struggling to procure Covid-19 vaccines could have another kick in the guts: food inflation. The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) said Thursday read more that its world food …

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