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JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN): The government hopes to up the country’s “doing business” ranking to 53rd place on the World Bank’s list this year in a bid to attract more investment into the country.
WUHAN (Caixin Global): The deaths of four family members in the central Chinese city of Wuhan who succumbed to the Covid-19 virus while self-quarantining in the same apartment have once again raised serious questions about the policy of staying home imposed at the start of the epidemic.
MUMBAI/NEW DELHI, India (Reuters) - When artist Rachita Taneja heads out to protest in New Delhi, she covers her face with a pollution mask, a hoodie or a scarf to reduce the risk of being identified by police facial recognition software.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Democratic presidential candidates said on Sunday billionaire Michael Bloomberg should face the same rigorous scrutiny as his rivals and they would welcome the chance to square off with him in a 2020 presidential debate.
BANGKOK: Thailand's telecoms regulator raised more than 100 billion baht (US$3.21bil) in 5G spectrum auctions on Sunday (Feb 16), as operators snapped up 48 licenses ahead of an expected commercial rollout later this year.
PARIS (Reuters) - A Russian dissident artist who published screenshots of sexual images that forced President Emmanuel Macron's candidate for Paris City Hall to pull out of the race was arrested in the French capital on Saturday, the prosecutor's office said.
HANOI: The racetrack of the Formula One Vietnamese Grand Prix scheduled for early April has been named after Vietnam's capital city of Hanoi, Vietnam News Agency reported Saturday (Feb 15).
JAKARTA: Indonesia moved a step closer to passing a series of sweeping reforms that will effectively strengthen President Joko Widodo’s control over economic policy in a bid to boost investment. The government this week submitted to the parliament a so-called omnibus bill on job creation after missing several deadlines.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (Reuters) - The Alaska Supreme Court on Friday cleared the way for a campaign seeking to oust the state's embattled governor to proceed with plans to collect enough signatures to place a recall initiative on the 2020 ballot.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Lebanon's ex-Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri, in his first major address as an opposition figure after the formation of a new cabinet, charged his rivals with pushing the country to near-collapse and cast doubt on their ability to win foreign support.