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JAKARTA (Reuters) - Police in Papua have arrested 85 suspects since ethnic unrest erupted in Indonesia's easternmost region in mid-August, a spokesman said, accusing a separatist leader based in Britain of fomenting Papua's most serious civil strife in years.
HANOI: Vietnam is considering nationalising Airports Corporation of Vietnam, a move that economists say may hurt investor sentiment and hamper the South-East Asian country’s privatisation drive.
BANGKOK: Thailand’s economy is just slowing but not in a recession yet and recently announced government stimulus measures should help lift growth to 3% this year, according to the country’s finance minister.
SEOUL: South Korea's government told state enterprises on Wednesday to spend 1 trillion won ($824.63 million) more than they had planned for the rest of the year to support cooling private sector activity.
SHANGHAI: From Jack Ma to Pony Ma, the leading lights of China’s internet industry gather in Shanghai this week to showcase the country’s latest advances in artificial intelligence (AI). But the real headliner could be American entrepreneur Elon Musk.
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - State-owned China Minmetals has failed to rectify a series of pollution offences at its rare earth production unit despite being ordered to do so, the Xinhua news agency reported on Thursday, citing the environment ministry.
WARSAW (Reuters) - State companies in Poland have multiplied many times over their spending on advertising via news magazines that attack gay rights since the nationalist Law and Justice (PiS) party came to power in 2015
Hao Peng, Communist Party boss of the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission, hopes the move will lead to mutually beneficial resultsBut analysts are still waiting to see if state-owned enterprises can genuinely benefit from investment by leading digital companies.