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Philippines: ASEAN Monthly Disaster Outlook Vol. 11 October 2014 (Nov 24)
Source: Association of Southeast Asian Nations
Country: Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, Viet Nam
General Overview Natural disaster reports were regularly recorded in the ASEAN Disaster Information Network (ADInet) www.adinet.ahacentre.org Only significant disasters that satisfy the following criteria will be recorded in ADInet: More than 100 people affected, and
Involving more than 1 subdistrict,
In total, 16 disasters were recorded during October 2014, with at least 306,000 people affected and exposed to it. Additionally, more than 48,000 people were reportedly displaced. In this month, flood is the most dominant disaster despite of drought was still experienced in part of Indonesia and Thailand as a result of potentially emerging El Nino. Flooding was recorded occurred in some parts of Philippines, Viet Nam, Indonesia and Thailand due to high precepitation. Strong wind happened scatteredly in several areas in Indonesia but the impact is local. The number of casualtie...


Singapore, Zhejiang ink 15 projects worth S$3b (Nov 24)
This is the highest number of project signings at the Singapore- Zhejiang Economic and Trade Council meeting since its inception in 2003.


Sumarti Ningsih murder: From Indonesia to Hong Kong - BBC News (Nov 24)

BBC News

Sumarti Ningsih murder: From Indonesia to Hong Kong
BBC News
She was one of the thousands of Indonesian woman who leave their homes in villages to seek their fortune working as domestic helpers in a big city. These women go to Singapore, Taiwan and Hong Kong for the high wages. They become a crucial source of ...

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S Korea to start yuan-won trading on Dec 1 (Nov 24)
South Korea plans to start direct yuan-won trading from Dec 1, Reuters reported.


Cuts could cost 400 jobs at Australian public broadcaster (Nov 24)
The government cut funding to the Australian Broadcasting Corporation by US$221 million over the next five years.


Asean's youth advantage - The Straits Times (Nov 24)

The Straits Times

Asean's youth advantage
The Straits Times
Umno Youth chief Khairy Jamaluddin (left) meeting youth grassroots workers in Pahang. Malaysia will take on the role of Asean chairman next year as the grouping grapples with the challenge of fulfilling the dreams of its youth. -- ST FILE PHOTO.




Higher fuel prices expected to put Indonesia auto sales on slower path - Reuters UK (Nov 23)

Reuters UK

Higher fuel prices expected to put Indonesia auto sales on slower path
Reuters UK
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia's petrol-price hike could put the brakes on the speed at which consumers in Southeast Asia's biggest auto market buy cars and switch to four-wheels from two. President Joko Widodo last week cut subsidies and raised ...
Refuelling Indonesia's aspirations AsiaOne
Fuel price rise tests Indonesia leader's poverty pledge The Daily Star
Lessons from Indonesia and India on fuel subsidy removal BusinessDay
Businessweek
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France, Germany to present joint economic reform plan (Nov 23)
France would make its labour rules, including the 35-hour week, more flexible in many sectors and seek to freeze wages for three years to make companies more competitive, reported Der Spiegel news weekly on Sunday (Nov 23).


Thailand key to Hitachi's Asean - The Nation (Nov 23)

The Nation

Thailand key to Hitachi's Asean
The Nation
"Everybody is keen on this Asean region as having huge market poten?tial. For Hitachi, Asean is a very promising area to the company, con?sidering the railway business. Our first step is to establish a global rail?way branch in Singapore to expand our ...

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Hitachi to tap IT solutions, railway systems opportunities in Asean - The Nation (Nov 23)

Hitachi to tap IT solutions, railway systems opportunities in Asean
The Nation
Hitachi is set to introduce two strategic businesses to Asean markets: Information-technology solutions and railway systems. The Japanese giant aims to double Asean's contribution to its IT-solutions business for the financial sector within two years ...




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