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BANGKOK (The Nation/Asia News Network): The Cabinet on Tuesday (Nov 30) agreed to provide subsidies of 2.28 billion baht to the Bangkok Mass Transit Organisation (BMTA) and 3.38 billion baht to the State Railway of Thailand (SRT).
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/Asia News Network): President Joko 'Jokow' Widodo has promised businesses that their investments will not be affected by the recent Constitutional Court ruling on the Job Creation Law, saying his administration would immediately work on a do-over of the lawmaking process.
WELLINGTON (Reuters) -New Zealand's main opposition National Party selected on Tuesday a former chief executive of the national carrier as its new leader to face Labour Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern in the next election expected in 2023.
QUITO (Reuters) - President Guillermo Lasso renewed a state of emergency throughout Ecuador's prison system on Monday, extending it for 30 days as the country grapples to control jail violence which has left scores of inmates dead.
As part of his official visit to Switzerland, Vietnamese President Nguyen Xuan Phuc held several meetings with the heads of World Trade Organisation (WTO), International Federation of Association Football (FIFA), UN Office in Geneva, Geneva’s local leaders, the Permanent Mission of Vietnam to the UN and Vietnamese experts working at international organisations in Geneva.
Vietnamese President Nguyen Xuan Phuc on Sunday (Nov 28) held several meetings with heads of WTO, FIFA, UN Office in Geneva, Geneva's local leaders, and the Permanent Mission of Vietnam to the UN.
KUWAIT (Reuters) - The biggest task facing Kuwait's octogenarian crown prince after unexpectedly stepping in for the emir this month will be to tackle the perennial political feuding which has long blocked badly needed fiscal reform in the wealthy oil producer.
TEGUCIGALPA (Reuters) - Honduran presidential candidate Xiomara Castro headed for a landslide win in Sunday's election, declaring victory as supporters danced outside her offices to celebrate the left's return to power 12 years after her husband was ousted in a coup.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/Asia News Network): Newly inaugurated Army chief of staff Gen. Dudung Abdurachman has said he wanted to reinstate New Order-style public security monitoring by the military, sparking fears that it might limit civic space.