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    UK parliament cuts e-mail access after cyberattack

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    Malaysia not a 'trade cheat', says trade minister Mustapa

    Malaysia supports free trade, does not manipulate its currency and does not give subsidies that violate international rules in accordance with the ...
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    Singapore considering ban on sale of ivory

    The implementation details of a ban, including an engagement process with relevant stakeholders, are currently being worked out, says Minister of ...
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    No disruption to Singapore's investments following Brexit, says UK trade secretary

    In an exclusive interview with Channel NewsAsia's Conversation With, Secretary of State for International Trade Liam Fox assures investors that ...
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    Singapore, UK renew bilateral Economic and Business Partnership

    This paves the way for greater economic cooperation and new business opportunities in both countries, says MTI.
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    Committee on the Future Economy outlines direction for Singapore's economic development

    In its report released on Thursday (Feb 9), the 30-member committee outlined seven strategies to develop Singapore's economy in the next decade.
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    COMMENTARY: China’s ban on domestic ivory trade is huge, but the battle isn’t won

    African elephants are being slaughtered for their tusks at an alarming rate. Mortality rates of around 8 per cent exceed birth rates, constituting ...
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    How we shop hurts endangered species

    Crunching huge amounts of data, they unveiled a global "threat map" detailing the impact on endangered species of exports to the United States, ...
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    African migrants leaving Guangzhou's Little Africa

    Guangzhou is believed to have the largest African population in Asia, according to a 2014 report by the Guangzhou Development Research Institute.
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    Hundreds of rare snow leopards illegally killed every year: Study

    An estimated 221 to 450 snow leopards were killed annually since 2008 despite bans in 12 Asian nations where they live, according to an ...