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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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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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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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Asian commodity-linked stocks slide as China pushes prices down

[ad_1] (Bloomberg) – Commodity-related companies led Asian equities lower for a second day amid growing global concerns about inflation and the Chinese government’s rumblings over rising materials prices. Australian miner BHP Group Ltd. and Korean steelmaker Posco were among the biggest drag on the MSCI Asia Pacific index on Thursday. …

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Upcoming changes in Thailand’s long-standing approach to NGOs

[ad_1] Thailand’s traditional approach to local non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and international non-governmental organizations (INGOs) will soon be a thing of the past. After nearly three decades of flexible engagement with so-called “nonprofit organizations”, the Thai government has recently developed a draft law on the operations of non-profit organizations, which is …

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China weighs in on new economic envoy to US

[ad_1] Beijing plans to replace Deputy Prime Minister Liu He as its chief economic envoy to Washington, officials with knowledge of the matter say, a move that officials in the Biden administration say will indicate the depth of interest in the China for economic cooperation. In this scenario, these officials …

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MPs say Lex Greensill may have misled Parliament

[ad_1] Lex Greensill may have misled Parliament when he said his company was not lending money to its shareholders, two MPs said, citing a € 300million loan that Greensill Capital had made to its General Atlantic private financial backer. Angela Eagle of Labor and Conservative Harriett Baldwin raised these concerns …

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