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Indonesia presses regional effort to resolve Myanmar crisis

BANGKOK (AP) — Regional diplomatic efforts to resolve Myanmar's political crisis gathered pace Wednesday, while protests continued in Yangon and other cities calling for the country's coupmakers to st...

Two steps forward, one step back for Vietnam's labor rights

There was more than one reason for the European Union to celebrate ratification of its free trade agreement with Vietnam last year. Aside from boosting trade links with one of the world's fastest ...

U.N. Security Council, states should consider Myanmar sanctions: rights envoy

GENEVA (Reuters) - The United Nations Security Council should consider imposing punitive sanctions, arms embargoes and travel bans on Myanmar because of the military coup there, the U.N. human rights ...

Asia-Pacific Countries Dominate Agility Emerging Markets Logistic Index

China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia among leaders in global logistics ranking SINGAPORE - Media OutReach - 10 February 2021 - Asia-Pacific nations lead all emerging market regions with China, India an...

InfraGuard brings Automated Cloud Managed Services to Singapore in partnership with Cloud Comrade

SINGAPORE - Media Outreach - 10 February 2021 - The benefits of automation in Managed Services are well understood, but the diverse requirements of end-clients have meant that manual operations were...

Prince Group Unveils Sustainable Development Masterplan by Surbana Jurong for Ream City in Sihanoukville

Cambodian conglomerate brings world-renowned expertise from Singapore to oversee 834-ha project, catalyzing growth in Cambodia’s 3rd largest city HONG KONG SAR - Media OutReach - 8 February 2021 - ...

UN chief: UN will seek to unite world, reverse Myanmar coup

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — Secretary-General Antonio Guterres pledged Friday that the United Nations will do everything it can to unite the international community and create conditions for the military co...

Indonesia, Malaysia seeking ASEAN meeting on Myanmar after coup

The leaders of Indonesia and Malaysia on Friday (Feb. 5) said they were seeking a special meeting of Southeast Asian nations to discuss the situation in Myanmar, where an elected government was overth...

Indonesia, Malaysia urge ASEAN to hold talks on Myanmar coup

JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) — The leaders of Malaysia and Indonesia expressed concern Friday about Myanmar’s military coup and asked the foreign ministers of Southeast Asia countries to hold a special mee...

Can the UK's post-Brexit strategy for the Indo-Pacific succeed?

The United Kingdom is in the process of reestablishing its place in the world outside of the European Union, and a so-called Integrated Review of foreign policy, defense, security and development is u...

NTUC LearningHub Survey Reveals Accelerated Business Needs In Cloud Computing And Machine Learning Outpacing Singapore Talent Supply; Skills Gap A Hindrance To Implementing These Technologies

89% of Singapore employers say that the pandemic has accelerated the adoption of Cloud Computing/ Machine Learning technologies in their companiesThey cite the obstacles to adopting Cloud Computing/ M...

Refinitiv Celebrates Achievements of Vietnam’s FX Community

HANOI, VIETNAM - Media OutReach - 4 February 2021 - Refinitiv, an LSEG business, has announced the winners of its FX Trading Awards 2021 for Vietnam's trading community. The FX Awards aim to ...

UN Security Council takes no action on coup in Myanmar

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The U.N. envoy for Myanmar urged an emergency meeting of the Security Council on Tuesday to ensure that “democracy is expeditiously restored” to the Southeast Asian nation, but t...

Japan defense official warns Myanmar coup could increase China's influence in region

The world’s democracies would risk pushing Myanmar into the arms of China if their response to the coup closes channels for communication with the Southeast Asian country’s powerful genera...

Philippines' Duterte accuses European Union of holding vaccines hostage

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on Monday (Feb. 1) accused the European Union of holding up supplies of COVID-19 vaccines to other countries and complained that less wealthy countries lacked the ...