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Philippines Govt working to tag key power projects
Ten energy ventures are being evaluated for possible proclamation as projects of national importance, a senior government official said, subsequently benefiting from streamlined approval processes.
Pakistan Shadow of 'engineering' hangs over Pakistan election
Political leaders in Balochistan province claim they are being threatened to switch parties, alleging army involvement.
Malaysia Duterte, Mahathir eye stronger defense, security cooperation
President Rodrigo Duterte and Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad agreed on Monday to strengthen defense and security cooperation at the bilateral and regional levels.
Azerbaijan Azerbaijan's Economy Continues to Grow
Azerbaijan’s GDP volume reached almost 37.01 billion manats in January-June 2018 that is 1.3 percent more than in January-June 2017, according to a report of the State Statistics Committee.
Azerbaijan Azerbaijani Bank Tests Mobile E-Signature Service
Azerbaijan's NIKOIL Bank OJSC has started tests of mobile e-signature service, a source in IT market of the country told Trend.
Viet Nam Vietnam: City Unveils New Housing Plan
HCM City authorities have submitted a new housing plan to the city People’s Council to ensure that new housing projects follow plans designed to improve city landscapes and residents’quality of life.
New Zealand New Zealand: 'Generally the Water Coming Out of Our Taps Is Very Safe to Drink'
A public health expert says he hopes a report showing some drinking water doesn't meet safety standards won't deter people from drinking tap water. The Ministry of Health report says 19 percent of the population is exposed to water that doesn't meet all the safety standards. Michael Baker, who's a professor of public health at Otago University, said the water coming out of the taps was generally very safe to drink.
New Zealand New Zealand: Calls for More 'Localism' by Local Government Leaders
Local government leaders have launched a campaign to devolve more powers away from central government. They say New Zealand is one of the most centralised public sectors in the world. In New Zealand, 88 percent of public expenditure is through central government, the OECD average is just 46 percent.
Australia Australia: Liberal Dean Smith Says Lower Immigration Would Give Australia 'Time to Breathe'
The Western Australian Liberal Dean Smith says moderating the immigration intake would give Australia “time to breathe” and space to develop a population policy to allow proper planning while maintaining social cohesion. The prominent government backbencher told the ABC’s National Wrap program that Australia would reach a population of 25 million in the first week of August, when the first intergenerational report produced by the Howard government forecast Australia hitting 25 million by 2027. H ...
Uzbekistan Uzbekistan: Salaries Increase by More Than 20 Percent
The average monthly nominal accrued salary in Uzbekistan amounted to about 1.61 million soums in January-March 2018, which is 21.4 percent more compared to the same period in 2017, "UzDaily.uz" portal reported.
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