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Philippines Govt working to tag key power projects
Ten energy ventures are being evaluated for possible proclamation as projects of national importance, a senior government official said, subsequently benefiting from streamlined approval processes.
Viet Nam State-Owned Agriculture, Forestry Farm Land Needs Stricter Control
The management of land areas previously allocated to the State-run agriculture and forestry farms needs reviewing to avoid disputes and losses for the State, according to experts. The land is currently used by agriculture companies, forestry companies, forest management units and other organisations, households and individuals.
Australia Labor Vows to Dump Visa Outsourcing Plan, Calling It a National Security Risk
The proposed outsourcing of Australia’s visa processing system is shaping up as an election battleground after the federal government released formal tender documents the day after parliament ended for the year, and Labor vowed to dump the plan if it won government. The long-running plans by the Department of Home Affairs have been touted as a means of addressing rampant delays and problems with the current system, but have drawn accusations of cutting jobs and risking national security if they ...
Turkmenistan Turkmenistan's National Air Carrier Introduces Online Payments
Turkmen national air carrier, Turkmenistan Airlines, has introduced the sale of tickets for local flights through its official website, Trend reports citing a message of the airline. Online sale of tickets for international flights will be launched after adaptation of the automated system for local airlines.
Viet Nam PM Orders Measures to Put an End to Unplanned Internal Migration by 2025
Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc has reiterated his viewpoint of not encouraging unplanned internal migration and called for harmonious, flexible and comprehensive measures to address the issue. While addressing a national conference in the Central Highland Province of Đắk Lắk yesterday, PM Phúc said immigration is a global matter, not just in Việt Nam, citing statistics of the International Labour Organisation (ILO) as saying the number of emigrants worldwide reached 207 million in 2017.
China China Accelerates Opening-up in Financial Sector
Forty years on, financial opening-up, once considered a risk, has proven to be a risk well taken, and a boon for businesses in China and beyond. As China strives to make new ground in pursuing reform and opening-up, a new push in the financial sector will give foreign investors more chances to share the country's market dividends.
Australia Prepare for Hard Landing in Housing Market, OECD Warns
Australia’s financial regulators should be prepared for a hard landing in the housing market, according to the world’s leading economic agency. In its latest assessment of Australia, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development says the housing market poses a risk to the nation’s economic growth.
Azerbaijan State Regulation of Appraisers Needed in Azerbaijan
There is a serious need for state regulation of the appraisers' activities in Azerbaijan, Vugar Oruj, director of the assessment company Koneko Group and deputy chairman of the Society of Appraisers of Azerbaijan, told Trend.
Azerbaijan Azerbaijan Creates E-Government Executive Group
An e-government executive group has been established in Azerbaijan, Trend reports. The group was created at an event “Development of e-government and transition to digital government: new concept and look into future.” The event was attended by representatives of various government agencies working in this area.
Thailand Thailand's Electoral Campaigns to Be Allowed After New Year Holiday
Thailand's electoral campaigns will be allowed to start after the New Year holiday, confirmed Deputy Prime Minister Wissanu Krea-ngam on Friday. In a meeting between authorities and political parties on the general election, scheduled for February 24, the deputy prime minister announced that a royal decree for the race to parliament will be issued on Jan. 2 upon which all contestant parties may launch electoral campaigns nationwide.
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