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BEIJING (Bloomberg): Asia leads the world in aquaculture production but intensive farming has led to an array of environmental challenges that could ultimately pose a risk to human health.
NEW YORK: Global share markets edged lower globally on Thursday as concerns about investments in China and a mixed day on Wall Street outweighed positive economic data in the United States.
(Reuters) - A month after seizing Kabul, the Taliban face daunting problems as they seek to convert their lightning military victory into a durable peacetime government.
LONDON: Aluminium prices touched US$3,000 a tonne for the first time since 2008 on Monday as restrictions on output in China, the biggest producer, fuelled fears that supply will run short.
HANOI (Bloomberg): Even as they struggle with one of the world’s worst Covid-19 outbreaks, nations across South-East Asia are slowly realiaing that they can no longer afford the economy-crippling restrictions needed to squash it.
TOKYO: After years of shock-and-awe stimulus, the Bank of Japan is quietly rolling back radical policies introduced by its bold chief Haruhiko Kuroda and pioneering controversial new measures that blur the lines between central banking and politics.
Coronavirus: Hong Kong pinning border hopes on vaccination, preventing local cases, but Guangdong official says reopening unlikely before March
A local pro-Beijing heavyweight has said boosting vaccinations could be a basis for resuming quarantine-free travel with mainland China soonBut a source across the border has poured cold water on that assessment, saying the status quo is unlikely to change before March
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