Which companies are named? China’s commerce ministry has specifically named four companies, including the Iluka Trust, a family farming business in the south coast of Western Australia whose crops include barley, canola and wheat. The named companies are Kalgan Nominees Pty Ltd, JW & JI Mcdonald & Sons, and Haycroft Enterprises. … [Read more...] about Why has China slapped tariffs on Australian barley and what can Australia do about it?
Vietnam seeks closer ties with australia
Held by the Indonesian Committee for Inter-Parliamentary Cooperation, the teleconference featured the participation of Chairman of Indonesia's House of Representatives’ Commission for Foreign Affairs Fadli Zon, Deputy Speaker of Malaysia’s House of Representatives Dato Mohamad Rashid Hasnon, head of the Republic of Korea’s National Assembly’s ad-hoc committee for responding to the coronavirus outbreak Kim Jin-pyo, the World Health Organisation (WHO) representative in Indonesia Navaratnasamy Paranietharan, and Executive Secretary of the UN Economic and Social Commission for Asia and Pacific Armida Alisjahbana. … [Read more...] about Latest Coronavirus News in Vietnam & Southeast Asia on April 22
In fact, Vietnam is among the most developed snack markets in the ASEAN, joining Thailand, Indonesia, and Malaysia in the $3.5-billion club, according to a recent report from Japanese consultant Corporate Directions. This has attracted many foreign brands to capitalise on the market growth. Among them, snacking heavyweight Mondelez Kinh Do is taking the lead in the market. Other foreign snack brands such as Oishi (Liwayway), Poca (PepsiCo), and Choco Pies (Orion) have also stepped up their game to tap into Vietnam’s snack boom. … [Read more...] about VIETNAM’S BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES JULY 7
However Australia’s top power producer has no plans to speed up the closure of its coal-fired power plants. The first closure, Liddell, is set for 2022, while its dirtiest plant, the Loy Yang A power station, is scheduled to shut only in 2048. … [Read more...] about Australia’s top carbon polluter ties executive bonuses to emissions cuts
Hanoi (VNA) – The Japanese Embassy in Vietnam, on behalf of the Japanese Government, Ministry of Defence and relevant agencies, on July 6 expressed gratitude to Vietnam for its assistance in repairing and refueling a P-3C plane from the Japan Maritime Self-Defence Force in the past two months. The Japan Joint Staff (JJS) of the Japan Self-Defence Forces on July 3 also thanked the Vietnamese Government for helping the anti-submarine patrol aircraft. "We sincerely appreciate your kindness to offer help when we were facing difficulties. We will never forget our strong ties. Thank you, Vietnam," the JJS said in a Twitter video. The aircraft, with 19 crew members, was on its way home following an anti-piracy mission in the Gulf of Aden in the Middle East and in need of refueling to help complete its 10,000km journey. While no country let them enter due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Vietnam had agreed to receive the P-3C at Tan Son Nhat International Airport in Ho Chi Minh City for … [Read more...] about Japan thanks Vietnam for assisting military aircraft in trouble