According to the official, the third CIIE will feature a total of 25 Thai enterprises. Affected by the pandemic, some exhibitors may not be able to travel to China and join the expo on their own. "Our department has planned to help these companies by providing online trade negotiations. They can also show their samples online at the expo," he said. … [Read more...] about Interview: CIIE provides good opportunity for Thai SMEs to recover from hit of COVID-19
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After China invaded Tibet in 1950, Sardar Patel, India's home minister, warned Nehru: 'Recent and bitter history tells us that Communism is no shield against imperialism and that the Communists are as good or as bad imperialists as any other. Chinese ambitions in this respect not only cover the Himalayan slopes on our side but also include important parts of Assam.' … [Read more...] about India can never trust the Chinese again!
The Quad foreign ministers meeting in Tokyo was followed up by India’s announcement that Australia has been invited to join the Malabar naval exercise this year. Would you say that as an arrangement, the quadrilateral between Australia-India-Japan-US is now on its way to being formalized?I think it’s an evolving forum that, you know, brings like-minded democracies together, by looking at issues to work to work on common issues in the neighbourhood like maritime security, cyber, and in counter-terrorism. And as we saw [at the FM meet] is it’s moved into areas, you know, looking at vaccines, looking at maritime issues, looking at supply chains, critical minerals. So, it continues to be a diplomatic forum to discuss a shared outlook and shared interests within our region. It's not and I don't think it's planned to be a formal structure. But it will continue to see close partners come together to discuss common interests and outlooks and work on those for this region. … [Read more...] about A ‘mistake’ to have walked out of Quad, Malabar exercise in 2008: Australian envoy Barry O’Farrell
The shipments jumped to 50 million units in the quarter ending September, growing 8% from the same period in the previous year, according to data from app intelligence firm Canalys. The shipments had shrunk in the last quarter ending June when it was a little over 15 million units. … [Read more...] about India smartphone market rebounds to record high in a single quarter