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Local authorities and international organisations discussed ways to reduce plastic waste and marine litter in Vietnam at a workshop held in Hanoi.
ONE of the few benefits that Covid-19 has brought along is the acceleration of the structural shift towards digitalisation as measures undertaken by government’s across the globe focussed on minimising physical contacts to contain the spread.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): Indonesian President Joko Widodo and Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong will be meeting in person for the Leaders' Retreat this year, and possibly, on the holiday island of Bintan.
BERLIN (Reuters) - German hotel owners are fuming over an extension to measures that bar citizens from going on vacation in their own country but allow them to travel abroad, as the industry struggles to survive the coronavirus lockdown.
PETALING JAYA: A more targeted approach in the implementation of the movement control order will help the economy to recover.
NAMIE, Japan (Reuters) - A decade after Japan's devastating nuclear meltdown, the governor of Fukushima hopes the prefecture can step out of the shadow of disaster and become a symbol for green energy, although some residents are sceptical.
China’s courts use data analytics and blockchain evidence storage on the way to first AI-integrated legal system
Under the 14th five-year plan, Chinese courts will upgrade to the fourth generation of smart court by 2025. Changes may appear to create a fairer system but they are also a step towards more centralised political power, say academics in the US.
The government of France is further supporting the sustainable agriculture value-chain through the Mekong Tea Project, aiming to strengthen the tea production value-chain in Laos and increase the benefits to small farmers.
A new driverless electric bus has begun operating in the southern Spanish city of Malaga, in a project presented as a first in Europe.