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An aggressive Russia, a muted United States and a vigilant India

The strong words used by Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov against the United States for opposing the sale of the S-400 missile system to India surprisingly did not elicit such an unpleasant reaction from the part of Washington so far. The Indian side was also surprised by the vehemence of …

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Japan Times reporter provides update on new Japanese Celtic contingent

A journalist from the Japan Times gives an update on the new Japanese contingent of Celtic … As the fever grew in the Celtic fan world over the imminent arrival of our new Japanese contingent, Japan Times reporter Dan Orlowitz was interviewed by Sky Sports News earlier to provide an …

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Foreign purchases continue to grow

Korea’s e-commerce imports hit a new high in 2021 as more people purchased foreign products online, government data showed on Thursday. E-commerce imports reached $ 4.15 billion in the first 11 months of this year, up 25.7 percent from the previous year, according to data from the Korea Customs Service. …

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Food for thought: Asian oil buyers have little room for maneuver with SPRs

The word “strategic” in the phrase Strategic Oil Reserves is there for a reason and no one understands it better than Asia’s biggest oil importers. With the energy security aspirations of Asia’s four largest oil importers – China, India, Japan and South Korea – perpetually vulnerable to global price fluctuations, …

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Inside Australia’s Growing Pirate Electric Car Market

He believes electric cars are crucial for decarbonization not only for their own reduced emissions, but with the right equipment, electric vehicles could recharge during times of low demand and had the potential to sell electricity back to the grid at peak periods. “One million electric cars would provide the …

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Bizzare modified Suzuki Each van evokes an old VW acid bus, it is also for sale

If you despair that the original Volkswagen T2 minivan never made it out of the 70s, some Japanese modders in the mid-2000s shared that sentiment. Meet this highly modified 2008 Suzuki Every Van. If this was a play on words, we don’t know which “everyone” Suzuki was referring to. We …

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9 to 9: Tuesday TheJournal.ie

Updated 4 minutes ago HELLO. Here’s all the news you need to know to start your day. Kevin lunney 1. In our main article this morning, reporter Garreth MacNamee describes the main locations mentioned in the debates surrounding the kidnapping of Kevin Lunney. Three men were convicted by the Special …

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Japan’s Stricter Omicron Entry Rules To Last Until New Year

Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said on Saturday that Japan would extend its strict entry rules until at least early next year to prevent the spread of the omicron variant of the coronavirus. The government initially said the rules, prohibiting any further entry of foreign nationals into the world and requiring …

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Inflation is a concern for most economies, but not for Japan

(AP) – Soaring prices are haunting consumers and baffling economic planners in the United States and other countries, but not in Japan, where triggering inflation has proven to be an elusive goal. As the Federal Reserve and most other central banks shift into anti-inflation mode, the Bank of Japan on …

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Latest news: GAM and star fund manager fined over conflict of interest scandal

Qantas has become the latest airline to experience a slowdown in bookings, especially for international routes, due to the emergence of the Omicron variant of the coronavirus. The Australian carrier said it held “significant levels” of domestic bookings during the Christmas summer season and the southern hemisphere, fueled by the …

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