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Net-zero carbon emissions could cost Asia trillions: ING

An overpass during the rush hour in the north district of Qingdao City, in China's Shandong province.Cheunghyo | Moment | Getty ImagesThree of...

Taliban gives thousands of Kandahar residents three days to leave their homes, protesters say

Protesters marched in front of the governor's office in the city after 3,500 people living in a government-owned residential area were given three...

Evergrande Is a Symptom, Not Cause, of China’s Debt Woes – The Diplomat

Pacific Money | Economy | East Asia ...

Markets in China, Japan, South Korea closed for holidays

SINGAPORE — Shares in Australia declined in Monday morning trade, with major markets in Asia closed for holidays.The S&P/ASX 200 in Australia fell...

Where are the Taliban’s missing leaders? Rumors swirl over fate of two top officials

Those rumors gained so much traction in recent days that the Taliban's spokesmen have been forced to fend off questions about whether one...

Calm Chaos Prevails in Kabul  – The Diplomat

AdvertisementA bearded young man stares at a foreign passport, searching for a visa to the now obsolete Islamic Republic of Afghanistan. A white...

SGX CEO on initiatives to attract SPAC listings to Singapore, tech IPOs

Auditorium of the Singapore Exchange (SGX).Roslan Rahman | AFP | Getty ImagesSINGAPORE — The Singapore Exchange could receive its first application for a...

More than $1 billion in aid pledged for Afghanistan as country faces ‘most perilous hour’

Speaking at a high-level ministers meeting on the crisis in Geneva, UN Secretary General António Guterres said poverty rates in Afghanistan had spiraled...

The Fallout for France – The Diplomat

French President Emmanuel Macron, right, and Australia’s Prime Minister Scott Morrison greet during a joint press conference with before a working dinner at...

Aid funding for Afghanistan at risk of Taliban misuse, corruption

Taliban forces block the roads around the airport in Kabul, Afghanistan August 27, 2021.Stringer | ReutersThe Taliban leadership has already outlined policies regarding...
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