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Philippines PNP back in anti-drug campaign
President Rodrigo Duterte has ordered the Philippine National Police (PNP) to return to the government’s war on illegal drugs but in a supporting role, with the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) keeping the lead overall in the campaign.
Afghanistan Kabul's Plan to Realize Afghanistan’s Geographic Dividend
The Afghan government is working to turn the country’s landlocked location into an asset.
Philippines Govt looking to build Marawi ecozone
The government is looking to establish a community-based economic zone in Marawi City to help the war-torn city bounce back in terms of economic growth and job opportunities for returning residents, the Finance department said.
Philippines Lawmakers agree not to tax low wage earners
The Senate and the House of Representatives have agreed on several provisions of the proposed Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) law, including the proposal to grant tax exemption to those who earn not more than P250,000 a year.
China Canada: Huawei Welcomes Ontario Delegation by Announcing New 5G Research Partnerships
Huawei will extend its Kanata, Ont.-based Canada Research Centre and partnership with Carleton University to focus on 5G advanced communications research, the firm announced today as Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne visited its Shenzhen, China-based headquarters.
China Beijing’s Heavy-Handed Solution to Urbanization
Beijing’s attempts to push out migrant workers will have economic consequences.
China China Encourages More Private Investment in PPP Projects
China's top economic planner has moved to attract more private investment to infrastructure construction and public service projects.
China China: From Lab to Farmland, Technology Revolutionizes Agriculture
Zhang Pan used to think of agriculture as farmers wearing straw hats, carrying reaping hooks while laboring on the land despite strong winds or scorching heat.
Australia Australia: Govt Criticises Hottest 100 Move
The Turnbull government and the ABC are out of tune with each other over Triple J's decision to shift the Hottest 100 countdown from Australia Day.
Australia Australia: Morrison Demands Labor Answer on Tax Stance
Treasurer Scott Morrison has thrown down the gauntlet to Labor to come clean before the Bennelong by-election on whether it will overturn the federal government's business tax cuts. So far the government has implemented tax cuts for businesses with a turnover of up to $50 million out of its plan to cut the company tax rate to 25 per cent for all firms over the next decade.
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