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ATHENS (Reuters) - Greece's government said it would seek a confidence vote and move to elect a new president as scheduled next year, in an effort to squash growing speculation that the country is moving towards snap elections.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia's President-elect Joko Widodo plans to order the steepest rise in subsidised fuel prices in nine years soon after he takes over the reins of Southeast Asia's largest economy, an adviser told Reuters on Friday.
MANILA, Oct 07, 2014 (AFP) - The Philippines has pushed back its 2013 target to attain self-sufficiency in rice production by another two years, an official said Tuesday, adding that the country will likely have to import hundreds of thousands of tonnes next year.
In 2012, a report from the Federation of Livestock Farmers Association of Malaysia stated that 370 layer farms in the country produced 9,1 million eggs. Of this figure, about 1.5 million were exported to Singapore. In the same year, 48 million eggs were also exported to Hong Kong.
ATHENS (Reuters) - Alexis Tsipras, leader of Greece's far-left Syriza party, recently travelled to Frankfurt and Rome to meet European leaders. He is softening his confrontational tone with Greece's international lenders. He has a drafted an agenda for the first 100 days of a future government.
ATHENS (Reuters) - Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras on Wednesday faces the first of three rounds of a presidential vote that will determine whether the country is forced into snap national elections and a new period of political chaos.
ATHENS (Reuters) - Greek lawmakers failed to elect a new president in a first round of voting on Wednesday, leaving Prime Minister Antonis Samaras still looking for as many as 20 votes from independents and small parties to avoid snap national elections early next year.