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Mexico Mexico to Suspend Portability Service to Change Administrator
Mexico's Federal Telecommunications Institute (IFT) announced that the country’s number portability (NP) system will be suspended from 30 August to 01 September to enable a database administrator change.
India India: Leveraging IT & Data Analytics to Make PDS in Rajasthan Transparent, Pilferage-free & Citizen-friendly
Borne on the wings of successful implementation and wide coverage under the PMUY scheme, Rajasthan is slowly but surely inching towards the kerosene-free state status, says Mugdha Sinha, Secretary, Food, Civil Supplies & Consumer Affairs, Government of Rajasthan, in an exclusive interview with Kartik Sharma of Elets News Network (ENN). What does your work as Secretary Food and Civil Supplies, Government of Rajasthan, entail? Food and civil supplies is another name for what is better understood a ...
India India: Pune Smart City and Dell to Set Up Centre of Excellence for Smart Solutions
Pune Smart City Development Corporation Ltd (PSCDCL) is going to set up a centre of excellence together with American computer technology giant Dell. PSCDCL and Dell signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to jointly establish and implement smart solutions in urban development.
Thailand Thai Gov't to Offer Discounted Sticky Rice Packs to Low-Incomers
The Thai Commerce Ministry on Monday announced it will start distribution of glutinous rice packs, with price set much lower than the market prices to provide relief to low-income consumers in the wake of the all-time high prices of glutinous rice.
Indonesia Indonesia to Operate Toll Road Serving New Capital City in Next Month
Indonesia is set to open a new toll road linking Samarinda and Balikpapan in East Kalimantan province, designed to pass through the nation's planned new capital city located between those two cities next month, an official supervising the project said.
Korea (Republic of) S. Korea's Growth Potential Set to Decline Due to Aging Population
South Korea's growth potential is expected to fall at a faster rate than earlier anticipated largely due to the aging of the population that will also lead to a cut in the number of eligible workers, a central bank report said Monday.
Australia Australia: Tax Loopholes Tightened for Multinationals
Multinational companies will find it harder to dodge tax after the Morrison government tightened the rules around valuing assets. But Labor and crossbench senators including Pauline Hanson say the measures don't go far enough. Firms will no longer be able to shift profits offshore through having unrealistically high levels of debt in Australia to claim interest deductions, under legislation which passed parliament on Monday Companies won't be allowed to value assets solely for tax purposes, maki ...
Australia Australia: Refreshed Vehicle Standards to Be Delayed
It will be another two years before Australia's decades-old motor vehicle safety standards are refreshed. Laws creating the new system passed parliament last December and were poised to begin later this year, but the federal government has successfully pushed back the start date. The draft laws to delay the new regulations were introduced in the Senate in July before passing the lower house on Monday. "We thought it was important - as the government told us then - to get that legislation in plac ...
Australia Australia: Lambie Sinks Two Coalition Welfare Plans
A controversial plan to drug test welfare recipients won't pass parliament in the next fortnight after key senator Jacqui Lambie refused to back it. She says she won't vote for the coalition government's plan until she sees thousands of drug rehabilitation beds in place around Australia. On a separate issue, Senator Lambie also says she will tour trial sites for the cashless welfare card over the next six months to decide if she will support a government plan to extend it to other areas. The fed ...
Australia Australia: Energy Minister Refutes Policy 'Vacuum'
Federal Energy Minister Angus Taylor has hit back at his Queensland counterpart for suggesting there's a "complete vacuum" of policy from Canberra to reduce power bills. "If the Queensland Labor government was serious about lower power prices for Queenslanders, they could do it tomorrow," Mr Taylor told AAP on Monday. "(State energy minister) Anthony Lynham's energy meeting with unions and Queensland state-owned energy companies and producers is just rhetoric." His comments come after the Sunshi ...
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