Bangkok (ANN News Desk) - US President Donald Trump's executive order on what he describes as trade "cheaters" has many countries in Asia scratching their heads and questioning US policy in the region.
Trump signed an order late last week that he promises will stop "foreign importers that cheat." Under the executive order, countries with large trade imbalances with the United States will be closely scrutinized for a 90 day period while the administration holds talks with manufacturers, service providers, farmers and consumers to identify ongoing problems.
Viet Nam News HCM CITY -There is a huge opportunity for Vietnamese firms to invest in agriculture in their countries and export agricultural produce to other markets, Cambodian and Myanmarese officials have said.
THAILAND will be among 16 countries to be targeted by the Donald Trump administration in its attempt to narrow the United States’ massive trade imbalances.
US President Trump has signed two executive orders directing his administration to review the country’s trade deficits and clamp down on countries that abuse trade rules. He said the new executive orders signed on Friday (yesterday Thailand time) would start a new chapter for American workers and businesses.
TOKYO (The Japan News/ANN) - Students at Meiji University have launched a website that offers assistance to foreigners looking for places to live in Nakano Ward, Tokyo.
Called “Living Together in Nakano,” the site lists real estate agencies where English is spoken and other such services. It was created by a group of about 10 people, including graduating seniors of the School of Global Japanese Studies, which is located on Meiji’s Nakano campus.
NEW DELHI (DataLeads/ ANN) - A record number of women now use contraception in Asia. The latest figures from the UN's Department of Economic and Social Affairs show wide disparities in the use of contraceptives within Asia.