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World Beer Index 2021: What’s the Beer Price in Your Country?

China is the world’s most populous country with an astounding 1.44 billion citizens. Altogether, the size of the population of China is larger than nearly four regions combined: South America, Europe (excluding Russia), the U.S. & Canada, and Australia & New Zealand.Using data from the United Nations, this unconventional map reveals the comparative…

At least 18 protesters killed in Myanmar in worst violence since coup

Breadcrumb Trail Links PMN Business Author of the article:Myanmar police fired on protesters around the country on Sunday and at least 18 people were killed in the worst violence since a Feb. 1 military coup, the United Nations said, calling on the international community to act to stop the repression.Crowds of demonstrators came under fire in…

At Least 18 Killed In Myanmar’s Single Bloodiest Day Of Anti-Coup Protests

Myanmar has witnessed its bloodiest and deadliest day yet since the start of the Feb.1st coup which saw the military arrest the country’s democratically elected civilian leadership, citing a “fraudulent election”.Eighteen have been reported killed Sunday in clashes with police and armed troops, which have over the past week increasingly resorted…

Iran dismisses idea of talks with EU and U.S. to revive 2015 nuclear deal

By Reuters Staff2 Min ReadFILE PHOTO: Iran and six major world powers reached a nuclear deal on Tuesday, capping more than a decade of on-off negotiations with an agreement that could potentially transform the Middle East. U.S. Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond, Russian Foreign…

UN chief condems violent crackdown in Mynamar, spokesman says

United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres strongly condemns the violent crackdown in Myanmar and is deeply disturbed by the increase in deaths and injuries, a U.N. spokesman said on Sunday.“The use of lethal force against peaceful protestors and arbitrary arrests are unacceptable,” U.N. spokesman Stephane Dujarric said in a statement.“The…

UNICEF urges repatriation of all children in Syria’s al-Hol camp following deadly fire

In and around the notorious camp which has housed many families of alleged extremist fighters since the defeat of ISIL in Syria and neighbouring Iraq, “there are more than 22,000 foreign children of at least 60 nationalities who languish in camps and prisons, in addition to many thousands of Syrian children”, said UNICEF Regional…

Revealing the dubious links of an Australian company in troubled Myanmar

The mine is, according to company statements, “critical to the future of an emergent nation” and “the enrichment of the lives of people in Shan state”. It has touted the involvement of famed Australian rich-lister and prospector Mark Creasy.But since 2009, the Bawdwin concession has been owned by Win Myint Mo Industries Co. Ltd (WMM). It has…

Inclusion in the next normal

A week from now, the world will once again mark International Women’s Day (IWD) with this year’s theme being “Choose to Challenge.” It’s a call to push back against gender bias and inequality wherever we encounter it, a call to challenge the status quo so that we can create a more inclusive world. This coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) pandemic…

Chinese Investment in Australia Plummets Amid Tensions  

SYDNEY – Chinese investment in Australia fell by 61% in 2020 to the lowest level recorded by the Australian National University in six years, coinciding with a worsening diplomatic dispute.    The annual tracking study from the university’s East Asian Bureau of Economic Research recorded A$1 billion ($783 million) of Chinese investment…

Myanmar sees most bloodshed since coup as junta escalates violence

BANGKOK/YANGON — Violence by Myanmar’s military against civilian protesters in towns and cities across the country escalated on Sunday as security forces used live ammunition, rubber bullets and tear gas against mostly peaceful civilians protesting the Feb. 1 military takeover.By mid-afternoon, more than a dozen protesters had been fatally shot,…

Chilly Sino-Australian relations hit investment

Chinese investment in Australia plunged almost two-thirds last year to less than US$1 billion as the impact of coronavirus was compounded by increasingly fraught relations between the two countries.The reading marks the fourth straight drop and is just a fraction of the US$13 billion injected into the country in 2016, with Canberra growing increasingly…

Debt Engineers Tackle Climate Change With Bonds to Rewild Land

Breadcrumb Trail Links PMN Business Author of the article:Bloomberg NewsTodd Gillespie and Greg RitchiePublishing date: Feb 28, 2021  •  16 minutes ago  •  4 minute read  •  Join the conversation(Bloomberg) — For green finance enthusiasts, a new flavor of debt could emerge this year — nature bonds.Sales…

First Person: Yemen ‘cannot even afford to worry about the coronavirus’

Famine, conflict and widespread poverty mean that Yemen is one of the toughest countries in the world in which to live, both for internally displaced people and refugees who have arrived from countries like Somalia.Ahead of a major international conference to raise funds for humanitarian aid initiatives in Yemen, UNHCR’s Jean-Nicolas Beuze has been…

Myanmar police crack down on protests for second day; one dead, several hurt

By Reuters Staff5 Min Read(Reuters) – Myanmar police moved quickly on Sunday to stamp out protests against military rule, throwing stun grenades and firing into the air a day after the most extensive crackdown yet, and several people were wounded, media and witnesses said.FILE PHOTO: Protesters shout slogans and flash three-finger salutes during…

China Chips Away at Coal Addiction to Chase Climate Goals

(Bloomberg) — China’s use of coal in its energy mix continued to decline in 2020, but more aggressive measures may be needed to reduce emissions in order to meet Beijing’s climate goals.Coal use accounted for 56.8% of the country’s total energy consumption last year, down 0.9 of a percentage point from 2019, according to figures released Sunday…

Myanmar police crack down on protests for second day

By Reuters Staff5 Min Read(Reuters) – Myanmar police threw stun grenades and fired into the air on Sunday to disperse opponents of military rule, sustaining a sweeping crackdown launched the previous day when security forces arrested hundreds in town and cites across the country.FILE PHOTO: Protesters shout slogans and flash three-finger salutes…

Protesters against coup gather in Myanmar after hundreds arrested

By Reuters Staff4 Min Read(Reuters) – Opponents of military rule in Myanmar gathered again on Sunday a day after the security forces launched their biggest crackdown, arresting hundreds of people and shooting and wounding at least one.FILE PHOTO: Protesters shout slogans and flash three-finger salutes during a rally against the military coup in Yangon,…

More protests against coup planned in Myanmar after hundreds arrested

By Reuters Staff4 Min Read(Reuters) – Opponents of military rule in Myanmar planned protests on Sunday a day after the security forces launched their biggest crackdown, arresting hundreds of people and shooting and wounding at least one.FILE PHOTO: Protesters shout slogans and flash three-finger salutes during a rally against the military coup in…

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