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YANGON, Jan 24 (AFP): Hammering at bamboo poles to erect a stilt house, minority Christians who have fled conflict in northern Myanmar are building a sanctuary on the outskirts of Yangon.
China’s trade with US failed to meet phase-one deal targets last year, and 2021 is not expected to yield more success
Even bumper sales of soybeans, pork and beef, plus market access for a range of other products, could not get China close to purchase targetsAnalysts point to unrealistic goals in original deal with United States, and overall trade goals may continue to remain elusive in this year
It took a pandemic to get more people to make the effort to eat healthily to boost their immune system.
THE coronavirus pandemic is still raging throughout large parts of the world and China is facing a resurgence of the outbreak, yet investors keep pushing luxury-goods stocks higher, undeterred by near-record valuations.
As new US president begins to phone allies, his domestic and global priorities will help shape how he deals with BeijingObservers believe the Chinese president will be the keener of the leaders to make early contact
ROME, Jan. 22 (Xinhua) -- The director-general of the Rome-based United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) on Friday said the coronavirus pandemic has illustrated the need for the world to strengthen agriculture and food systems.
NEW YORK: A gauge of stocks across the world slipped from record highs on Friday and the dollar edged up against a basket of peers as weak economic data and underwhelming earnings drove investors to reverse some recent risky bets.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany on Friday rejected a claim by Argentina that a request by airline Lufthansa to fly over Argentina en route to the Falkland Islands implied a recognition of them as Argentine territory.
ROME, Jan. 22 (Xinhua) -- The Italy-China Foundation on Friday unveiled a new initiative aimed at helping Italian companies and their shareholders to find commercial partners in China in preparation for doing business in the country.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Senate on Friday voted overwhelmingly to confirm retired Army General Lloyd Austin as President Joe Biden's defense secretary, making him the first Black American to serve in the role.