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Sydney police officer who shot dead mall attacker praised for courage: ‘proud of her’

Inspector Amy Scott was in the shopping centre while the attack unfolded and confronted the man after being directed towards him by onlookers.

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‘We have the momentum’: Myanmar’s youth take up arms against junta, fleeing conscription order

Running from conscription, enraged by the military and boosted by the sudden, unexpected scent of victory, Myanmar’s youth have decided they have to either flee the country or join the fight.

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For Southeast Asians, Israel-Gaza war is more worrying than even South China Sea row – as extremism fears grow

The Gaza war resonated deeply among Southeast Asian respondents in a recent survey, given the significant proportion of Muslims in the region.

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Airspace closures throughout the Middle East ground, divert flights as Iran launches drone attack on Israel

The decision to close airspace comes ahead of reports that Iran launched a drone strike on Israel.

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Japan’s young workers head to Australia, eyeing higher pay, better work-life balance

Some 14,000 Japanese were granted working holiday visas in Australia in fiscal 2022-23, the highest number in Australian government data going back to 2001.

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India election: with Modi’s BJP ‘hell-bent’ on a massive win, secularism hangs by a thread

Opposition parties, and India’s long history of religious pluralism, both face an ‘existential crisis’ as Narendra Modi’s ruling BJP looks set to secure a third term in power.

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Pakistan police link deadly attacks on Chinese workers to Taliban affiliate’s ‘broken switch’ terror cell

Investigators have uncovered evidence linking last month’s deadly attack on the Karakoram Highway to the same Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan cell that killed nine Chinese nationals in a 2021 bombing on the same road.

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Pakistani police search for gunmen who abducted bus passengers and killed 10

The abduction took place in Baluchistan province, long the scene of an insurgency by separatists fighting for independence.

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6 killed in Sydney mall stabbing, attacker shot dead by ‘hero’ policewoman

Australian PM Anthony Albanese called the officer who shot the culprit a hero. A nine-month-old baby was reported to be among those targeted, with the infant’s mother said to be among the dead.

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Indonesia’s cinema ‘punches below its weight’, critics say. Is it destined for greatness?

As the government highlights cinema’s soft-power potential, observers say restrictions on state-funded projects are doing a disservice to young Indonesian filmmakers keen to make ‘intellectually challenging’ works.

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South China Sea: Marcos says Philippine deal with US, Japan to change dynamic in disputed waters, won’t affect Beijing trade

The Philippine president said the cooperation agreement signed in Washington will change the dynamic in Asean and around the contested waterway.

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India’s Goa state earmarks green attractions and festivals to boost tourist arrivals

Goa has launched its “regenerative tourism” campaign to attract eco-tourists to its less-explored hinterlands.

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Married Singaporean man admits beating girlfriend to death after learning she had multiple relationships

Mallika died of a head injury in 2019 after Krishnan assaulted her repeatedly following her confession that she had sexual relations with other men.

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South China Sea: Philippines, US, Japan to step up maritime cooperation to deter Beijing’s aggression

Joint statement by the three leaders makes it clear the Washington summit was aimed at opposing China’s recent maritime activities.

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Thailand sees Philippines’ gambling billions, Singapore’s resorts – and rolls the dice on casinos in hopes of cashing in

The Buddhist kingdom plans to take a punt on legalised gambling as it rues the billions of dollars in untapped gaming revenue that’s been left on the table. But will it hit the jackpot?

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The migrant story shining a light on Gulf states' exploitation

The film tells the story of a kidnapped migrant worker forced into slave-like labour as a goat herder.

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How a North Korean missile researcher became a South Korean MP

A millennial North Korean who used to develop the regime's nuclear missiles is now a South Korean lawmaker.

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How the Aukus alliance can be boosted by Asian partners

The next phase of the Aukus pact could involve deepened cybersecurity and naval cooperation with other countries such as Japan and Canada. Despite questions over issues like Taiwan, the pact has room to grow and is considered important to UK, US and Australian leadership.

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Italy launched a new digital nomad visa—find out if you qualify and where to apply

Italy's new digital nomad visa will require workers to have an annual income of about $30,000.

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US says China shouldn’t see Joe Biden’s meetings with Japan’s Kishida, Philippines’ Marcos Jnr as a threat

‘These meetings were not about any one other nation. This was about deepening and revitalising existing alliances and partnerships and strengthening some new ones.’

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Japan hopes to be ‘best partner in Asia’ for foreign tech firms as it seeks to reclaim industry edge

Japan must embrace rapid innovation to be a convincing alternative to China in the industry, experts say.

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Russia floods leave houses almost submerged

Water levels in Orenburg are 2m above critical levels, as the mayor urges mass evacuations.

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IEA downgrades oil demand growth forecast as prices heat up on elevated Middle East tensions

It comes as oil prices rebound on elevated Middle East tensions, with market participants monitoring the prospect of supply disruptions from the region.

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TON blockchain on Telegram teams with HashKey in Asia to help users exchange Toncoin cryptocurrency for cash

HashKey will facilitate the sale and purchase of Toncoin, the native token of the TON blockchain, which was started by Telegram Messenger.

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Pakistan must get its house in order before it can rebuild Indian ties

A Pakistan marked by escalating religious extremism, terrorism and political as well as economic instability can offer very little that India wants

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A simple guide to India's general election

With 969 million eligible voters, India's 2024 general election will be the largest ever seen.

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‘It’s a beginning’: India’s opposition parties come out in favour of same-sex civil unions ahead of election

The Congress party and the Communist Party of India will include in their legislative agenda a law to recognise same-sex civil unions, if they win enough votes.

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Pope to visit Indonesia, PNG, East Timor, Singapore in September

The 30,000km (18,600 miles) trip from September 2 to 13 is the longest for the Pope since he became head of the worldwide Catholic Church in 2013.

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ICC call for Philippine translators a sign Duterte’s crimes against humanity trial ‘moving forward’

The ICC has called for translators in Tagalog and Cebuano, languages involved in the crimes against humanity trial against the ex-Philippine leader.

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Japan’s population falls for 13th straight year as birth rates decline, society ages

Projected trends suggest that the central and local governments need to enhance support for elderly people in areas such as nursing care.

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Philippines’ Rodrigo Duterte claims China threatened war over South China Sea if status quo not kept

Former Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte said Chinese President Xi Jinping strongly warned him against drilling for oil in the disputed waters.

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Japan’s ‘super’ sniffer dog Melba retires, counts US$11.8 million drug bust as biggest-ever case cracked

Eight-year-old Labrador retriever, the equivalent of 60 in human age, began her tour of duty at Narita and Haneda airports in 2017.

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US$670 million Singapore shopping centre deal backed by Chinese tycoon Du Shuanghua flops after regulator rejects plan

The proposal to buy Far East Shopping Centre fell through after a firm linked to Du failed to get approval from the Urban Redevelopment Authority.

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Biden urged to ban China-made electric vehicles

Senate Banking Committee chair called Chinese EVs an "existential threat" to the US motor industry.

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Japan royal family follows Dutch counterpart on Instagram in social media outreach

The imperial family’s account has attracted than 855,000 followers since its debut earlier this month.

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The $2bn dirty-money case that rocked Singapore

The sensational case saw 10 Chinese nationals charged for laundering profits from illegal businesses.

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Educated, jobless and angry: India’s young graduates drown in despair even as economy booms

As the country’s general election nears, politicians face a sobering reality: the fastest-growing economy is struggling to create enough jobs for its educated youth.

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Malaysia charges alleged Israeli mobster Shalom Avitan with arms trafficking

Avitan is accused of weapons trafficking after he was arrested with six semi-automatic handguns in his Kuala Lumpur hotel room.

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China has strong fundamentals and should remain a focus for businesses, Singapore trade minister says

China is facing economic headwinds in the near term, but Singapore trade and industry minister Gan Kim Yong believes in its long term prospects.

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First European citizen jailed under HK security law

The man was convicted of secession after he posted anti-China content on social media.

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‘A huge mistake’: Japan’s sleeplessness crisis poses threat to society, warns leading expert

Ministry of Health study highlights severe lack of sleep among Japanese, raising alarms over potential societal impacts.

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Malaysia’s Sabah water crisis: don’t blame the weather, time for politicians to live up to promises

The crisis reveals decades of official inertia in dealing with long-term resource planning and decrepit water infrastructure in Sabah.

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New Zealand, US deepen ‘historic partnership’ to tackle China in the Pacific

Foreign Minister Winston Peters and US Secretary of State Antony Blinken underscored the need to work together on common challenges ‘more urgently and concertedly’.

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Biden vows to defend Philippines in the South China Sea

The US president promised that "any attack" in the disputed waters would invoke a mutual defence treaty.

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Are the Philippines’ Marcos and Duterte families set to ‘break up’ over South China Sea and other rows?

President Ferdinand Marcos Jnr has expressed outrage over a “secret agreement” on the South China Sea that threatens the Philippines’ sovereignty.

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Protocol experts obsess over gifts, gaffes and deliverables as Biden meets Kishida, Marcos Jnr

High-profile meetings are meant to convey something ‘impressive to the world community and extremely useful for the bilateral relationship’, says US analyst.

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Ohtani interpreter charged with stealing over $16m

Prosecutors say Ippei Mizhuara impersonated the baseball star to banks to steal millions for betting from Ohtani.

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Japanese PM Kishida supports ‘indispensable’ global role of US, citing threat by China

‘China’s current external stance and military actions present … the greatest strategic challenge,’ Prime Minister Fumio Kishida tells joint session of Congress.

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Vietnamese property tycoon sentenced to death in country’s largest financial fraud, state media reports

The Vietnamese property tycoon Truong My Lan was sentenced to death on Thursday for her involvement in the country's biggest financial fraud case.

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Hawaiian-born Japan sumo legend Taro Akebono dies

Widely considered a trailblazer for foreign sumo wrestlers, he died of heart failure.

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Vietnamese billionaire sentenced to death for $44bn fraud

Truong My Lan started life as a market trader. Now, she has been convicted of stealing billions.

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Why Asia must solve food waste to hit its environmental goals

Food waste is a worldwide problem but is particularly pressing in Asia, which is home to hundreds of millions of hungry people. Not only is wasted food not getting to the people who urgently need it, that which ends up in landfills produces methane which exacerbates climate change.

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China denies recruiting ‘sleeper cell’ military members in the Philippines

Beijing’s reaction followed a directive by the Philippines to probe the reported online recruitment of Filipino military personnel as ‘part-time consultants’.

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Vietnamese property tycoon Truong My Lan sentenced to death in US$12.5 billion fraud case

Truong My Lan, 67, was found guilty of embezzlement, bribery, and banking regulation violations for orchestrating a massive fraud using hundreds of ghost companies.

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India’s Modi urges peace at China border

The Indian PM made the comments in a rare interview on the eve of general elections.

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‘Here to stay’: US-India ties bound by ‘shared interests’, won’t be marred by recent incidents, analysts say

Washington is concerned about India’s ‘slide into illiberalism’, but it ‘doesn’t weaken [US-India ties], much less impact its future trajectory’, analysts say.

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243 million children in Asia at risk from ‘lethal threat’ of heatwaves: UN

Global monitors have warned that 2024 is shaping up to be the hottest year on record, marked by climate extremes and rising greenhouse gas emissions.

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Biden-Kishida-Marcos Jnr meeting shows ‘ironclad’ support for Philippines amid China confrontations

Trilateral represents ‘new era’ of partnership, says US leader, producing security, economic and diplomatic initiatives in show of unity with Manila.

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US, Vietnam fear China-backed Techo Funan Canal in Cambodia could be used for military purposes

The US urged greater transparency from Cambodia over the US$1.7 billion project that analysts say could be used to boost China’s military presence in Phnom Penh.

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Is China’s recovery a riskier bet than India’s boom? Maybe not

While China’s downturn tops the list of risks in developing economies, less attention is paid to the difficulties in sustaining India’s boom. Yet India’s weaknesses, such as a low labour participation rate, a lack of jobs and a large fiscal deficit, should not be overlooked.

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North Korea’s Kim Jong-un vows to deal ‘deathblow to enemy’ in event of war

Kim inspected a military university, telling staff and students that ‘now is the time to be more thoroughly prepared for a war than ever before’.

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Chinese Premier Li Qiang set to visit Australia in June, live lobster import ban expected to be lifted

Chinese Premier Li Qiang is scheduled to visit Australia in the third week of June amid improving relations, with the unofficial import ban on Australian live lobsters set to be lifted, according to sources with knowledge of the issue.

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Was South Korea’s president thwarted by a spring onion?

Yoon Suk Yeol's party failed to win a majority in Wednesday's parliamentary election.

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India-Pakistan formal dialogue unlikely as cross-border terrorism remains sticking point

Analysts say a thaw in tensions could come with a changing of the guard in Pakistan, with both sides keen to not let ties worsen amid significant challenges.

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South China Sea: why are Philippines-Beijing tensions heating up and will US get involved?

Central to recent run-ins between the two sides are the Scarborough and Second Thomas shoals located inside Manila’s EEZ, but which Beijing claims as its own.

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South Korea's ruling party suffers crushing defeat

The vote is widely seen as a midterm referendum on President Yoon Suk Yeol, who has three years left in office.

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PM Kishida mistakenly says China is Japan’s ‘ally’ during Biden summit in US

Kishida, who became Japan’s first political leader to visit the US as a state guest in nine years, quickly corrected his remark at a press conference.

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South Korea’s Yoon to face major hurdles in expanding agenda within emerging US-led blocs after election defeat

Yoon Suk-yeol’s ruling party garnered 108 seats, trailing the liberal Democratic Party of Korea’s comfortable majority of 175 spots in the 300-strong parliament.

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Modi’s claim on Sri Lankan island may be more than Indian election talk

Fiery border talk tends to happen around election time but the latest instance is also part of a disturbing pattern of growing assertiveness in India’s neighbourhood policy.

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China's commercial property segment is seeing some bright spots amid a slump in the wider realty sector

China's commercial property sector is seeing pockets of demand amid an overall real estate slump.

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The Indian men traumatised by fighting for Russia

Two men who were duped by agents into joining the war against Ukraine speak about their experiences.

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Nvidia enters correction territory as stock falls 10% from all-time highs

Chipmaking giant Nvidia has seen shares fall 10% from all-time highs, placing the stock in "correction" territory.

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Alibaba shares jump after founder Jack Ma reemerges with praise of Chinese giant's 'transformations'

In the past year, Alibaba underwent a historic reorganization and sweeping management changes in a bid to return the Chinese technology giant to growth.

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Copper prices climb to 2024 high as Citi calls the start of the metal's second bull market this century

Demand for copper is widely considered a proxy for economic health.

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Court rules women’s-only exhibit must allow male visitors

The Australian exhibit denied men entry in a bid to highlight misogyny. A man sued for access and won.

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EU's von der Leyen echoes Yellen's calls for tough stance on Chinese overcapacity

European Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen said Tuesday that Europe must talk tough with China on its perceived unfair trade practices, echoing calls a day earlier from U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen.

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Hong Kong seizes over $10 million worth of gold disguised as machine parts in record smuggling bust

Hong Kong authorities have made the city's largest-ever gold smuggling bust, seizing $10.7 million worth of the precious metal that was disguised as machine parts.

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An extraordinary run of record heat could usher in a long, hot summer — ‘and not in a good way’

The EU's climate monitor said March was the 10th month in a row when temperatures have been hotter than ever for the respective time of year.

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India's market cap can 'easily' jump ten-fold in the next two decades, economist says

India's market capitalization can easily grow to $40 trillion in the next 20 years, analysts said.

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The new pace sensation lighting up IPL

Mayank Yadav from Delhi has been described as a "child of the wind" by former West Indian pacer Ian Bishop.

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U.S. ready to sanction Chinese banks if they aid Russia's war machine, Yellen says

Janet Yellen arrived in China on Thursday and is due to depart on Tuesday.

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India's Vistara cuts flights as pilots' protest over salary revision leads to cancellations, delays

Pilots have called in sick to protest the terms of their new contract that will come into effect following the carrier's upcoming merger with Air India. 

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Yellen kicks off China meetings with overcapacity concerns, encouraging market-oriented reforms

U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen arrived in the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou late on Thursday and is set to travel to Beijing on Saturday.

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Nvidia plans to build a $200 million AI center in Indonesia amid push into Southeast Asia

Nvidia is planning to build an AI center worth $200 million in Indonesia with a local telecoms giant Indosat Ooredoo Hutchison, an Indonesian minister has said.

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Nvidia supplier SK Hynix plans to invest $3.87 billion in U.S. chip facility

It is expected to create thousands of jobs in Indiana and align with the Biden administration's goals of building up domestic chip production.

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India stares at high youth unemployment as hiring in its behemoth IT sector slows

In the October to December period last year, unemployment in India's youth aged 20 to 24 years rose to 44.49%, from 43.65% in the previous quarter.

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Singapore's economic losses due to heat stress could nearly double to over $1.5 billion in 2035

Fall in productivity is expected to rise to 14% in 2035, leading to an economic loss of S$2.22 billion ($1.64 billion), after adjusting for inflation.

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Here's who Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen is going to meet in China

U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen was scheduled to arrive in China on Thursday ahead of four full days of meetings with Chinese officials.

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KKR says China's real estate correction may only be halfway done

China's real estate troubles are likely far from over and industry problems need to be addressed quickly for GDP growth to rise significantly, according to KKR.

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From Miami to Melbourne, a quiet revolution is underway to fend off a silent and invisible killer

Several chief heat officers have been appointed in cities worldwide to prepare residents for increasingly frequent and severe bouts of excessive heat.

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U.S. loses its spot to China as Southeast Asia's most favored ally, survey shows

This is the first time Beijing has edged past Washington since 2020 when The State of Southeast Asia survey first started asking the question.

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TSMC's evacuated workers return to some factories after Taiwan's strongest earthquake in 25 years

The island was rocked by a massive earthquake that collapsed buildings and prompted tsunami advisories from Japan and the Philippines.

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Why Japan's 'shunto' wage hikes may not bring cheer to over 80% of its workers

Unionized workers that are expected to receive the pay bump made up just 16.3% of Japan's workforce — a record low — as of June 2023.

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U.S. crude oil cracks $85 to hit highest level since October as geopolitical tensions mount

Oil prices on Tuesday rose to their highest level since October as investors closely monitored fresh supply threats.

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Singapore convicts first suspect in record money laundering case

Su Wenqiang was one of 10 people of Chinese origin arrested in a major money laundering scandal that has rocked the Southeast Asian city-state.

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India wants to become the top manufacturing alternative to China. But first it needs to beat Vietnam

India is expected to be the biggest beneficiary of the "China plus one" strategy, but the country still has ways to go before it can compete with Vietnam. 

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Japan approves additional $3.9 billion in subsidies for chip firm Rapidus to meet semiconductor goals

Japan is trying to play catch up with other countries such as Taiwan and South Korea in semiconductor manufacturing.

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