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Australian PM Meets Aung San Suu Ky

(Updated: 2013-11-29) Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott met with visiting Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi here in Canberra on Nov 28 on a number of issues including Australia’s asylum seeker policy. At a joint media conference with Abbott after their meeting, Aung San SuuKyi was asked whether Australia owes Myanmar’s Rohingya people protection. […]

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Clean Energy Fueling the Future

(Updated: 2013-11-28) Natural gas and renewables will power country’s economic growth. Natural gas and renewable energy are poised for boom times in China over the coming decades, and they’ll be key factors in the development of the nation’s economy, a global energy agency said on 27th Nov. Clean energy fueling the future. Turbine blades are […]

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Myanmar Drafts Policy for Energy, Power Development

(Updated: 2013-11-22) Myanmar is drafting a national energy policy which meets international standard to guide for its development of energy and electrical sectors. Comprehensive suggestions from development partnership organizations and experts are welcomed for the draft. The move is a follow-up of the establishment of a 13-member ministerial-level National Energy Management Committee tasked to formulate national […]

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CPC: China to Further Open up Its Economy

(Updated: 2013-11-16) China will further open up its economy by broadening market access, boosting regional cooperation and opening up its interior and border cities, according to a policy document published by the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee on 15th Nov. The document, with the title “decision on major issues concerning comprehensively deepening reforms,” […]

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China to Tackle Monopolies, Introduce Competition: CPC

(Updated: 2013-11-16) China will promote market-oriented reform in state-owned enterprises (SOEs) by further breaking monopolies and introducing competition, according to a document issued on 15th Nov after a key meeting of the Communist Party of China (CPC). The functions of different SOEs will be clearly defined, the document said. More state-owned assets will be channeled […]

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Putin Visits Vietnam to Boost Strategic Partnership

(Updated: 2013-11-12) Russian President Vladimir Putin arrived in Hanoi for a one-day state visit aimed  at boosting the comprehensive strategic partnership between the two countries. The Kremlin press service said the visit also seeks to further enhance cooperation in trade, business, investment, and humanitarian affairs. President Truong Tan Sang, at whose invitation the visit comes, and […]

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