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HARARE, Oct. 29 (Xinhua) -- Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa on Thursday urged the nation to fully prepare for the upcoming summer cropping season, in view of the good rains being expected in the country.
BRUSSELS/WASHINGON (Reuters) - If he wins next Tuesday's U.S. presidential election, Joe Biden has pledged to give the country a leading role in global efforts to curb climate change. Experts are wondering how ambitious his plans would be on slashing emissions this decade.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Next Tuesday's U.S. presidential election pits a politician who plans to tie the country's economic recovery to tackling climate change against another determined to remove as many regulatory hurdles to oil, gas and coal production as possible.
SHANGHAI: Hong Kong stocks ended lower on Thursday, following a rout on the Wall Street overnight, but losses were capped by gains for IT and industrials.
PETALING JAYA: Ahead of the tabling of Budget 2021 on Nov 6, the Electrical and Electronics Association of Malaysia (Teeam) has urged the government to waive the Sales and Service Tax (SST) for all electrical and electronic (E&E) products and services from local producers.
BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): Many foodies believe the key to effectively popularising plant-based meats among Chinese consumers depends on just two things－price and taste.BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): Many foodies believe the key to effectively popularizing plant-based meats among Chinese consumers depends on just two things－price and taste.
BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): China's new "dual-circulation" development pattern marks a major move for development for the coming years and is expected to be enshrined into the framework of the upcoming 14th Five-Year Plan (2021-25), said economists and experts.
ONE of the main sources of revenue for many countries is taxation. According to a study conducted by the International Centre for Tax and Development, 80% of government revenue is derived from taxation in approximately half of the countries around the world.
TOKYO: Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) said it has asked several other companies to temporarily employ idle workers from its factories in central Japan in a bid to cut costs and weather a downturn from the Covid-19 pandemic, sources told Reuters.