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BANGKOK:Thailand has welcomed 39.7 million visitors last year, up 4.2% year-on-year, with China as the biggest market followed by Malaysia, India, South Korea and Laos, said Phiphat Ratchakitprakarn, Minister of Tourism and Sports, on Friday (Jan 24).
FORT DODGE, Iowa (Reuters) - Iowa resident Carolyn Miller had long harboured doubts about Joe Biden's candidacy, believing the former vice president was too old and too fumbling to beat President Donald Trump in November's election.
DAVOS, Switzerland (Reuters) - Isabelle Axelsson is one of the youngest delegates at Davos, where the 19-year-old, dressed in Doc Martin boots and dungarees, and her fellow climate activists are calling on the world leaders to do more to tackle climate change.
BEIJING/SYDNEY (Reuters) - Hotels and airlines are offering refunds to people travelling to China after a new coronavirus breakout there killed 25 people and infected more than 800.
Colombia's President Ivan Duque said technology companies were welcome in his country, but they had to operate on a level playing field with local firms.
TOKYO: Asian shares steadied on Friday in holiday-thinned trade for the Lunar New Year, despite fears that a new coronavirus from China could spread rapidly as millions of people travel over the week-long break.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea's push to resume tourism with the North is aimed at resetting border ties, but must overcome Pyongyang's scepticism and chart a careful course around U.S. efforts to pressure leader Kim Jong-un into eliminating his nuclear arsenal.
KUALA LUMPUR: Standard Chartered Malaysia is lowering the rates for its lending, financing and fixed deposit by 25 basis points, effective Jan 30.
A rising number of central banks are likely to issue their own digital currencies in the next few years, research by the Bank for International Settlements showed.