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Asian ports face $49 billion climate adaptation costs Protecting Asia-Pacific ports against climate change could cost up to US$49 billion, according to new research commissioned by HSBC from sustainability analysts Asia Research and Engagement (ARE). The report – Climate Costs …

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Technology

Technology News

PAKISTAN: Jazz commences super 4g experience bus tour: Jazz has commenced a nationwide experience bus tour in promotion of its Super 4G service. Three Jazz branded buses have begun a two-month long tour of universities and public places in the …

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Commodity

Commodity News

World oil prices surge after us picks new security advisor World oil prices surged Friday as the appointment of ultra-hawkish John Bolton as US national security advisor sparked fears over crude exports from key OPEC producer Iran. The market also …

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Gulf

Gulf News

Dubai economy likely to grow at faster pace A strong uptick in the travel and tourism sector supported by projections of a hike in infrastructure investment and government spending bode well for Dubai, economists and analysts said. “Overall, we expect …

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India

India News This Week

Air India twitter account hacked, later restored Air India’s twitter account was hacked last night by an unknown individual/group and tweet stating that all its flights have been cancelled was posted from it’s official twitter handle. It was amply evident …

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Pakistan

Pakistan News

Pakistan’s external debt to climb to $103bn by June 2019: IMF report The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has assessed Pakistan’s gross external financing needs at a record $27 billion for the next fiscal year, but warned that arranging the financing …

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Shipping

Shipping News

Challenges loom for marine fuel change Enforcement may determine demand for low-sulfur maritime fuels required under regulations that take effect in 2020, analysts told the American Fuel and Petrochemical Manufacturers’ conference in New Orleans, Louisiana. Countries with which shipping agencies …

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Technology

Technology News

PAKISTAN: 5 cool uses for your usb drive that donot involve data transfer: In the age of clouds and social networks, the humble USB drive is nowhere to be seen. A compact and handy tool, a USB drive – sometimes …

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Commodity

Commodity News

LME copper may consolidate in $6,889-$6,959 range LME copper may consolidate in a narrow range of $6,889-$6,959 per tonne for one day before rising towards $7,015. The range is formed by the 23.6 percent and the 38.2 percent retracements of …

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Gulf

Gulf News

UAE women ‘press for progress Women today play various crucial roles across different sectors in the UAE, and their contributions have helped to inspire the next generation of leaders, experts have noted. “There is an increasing global role for women …

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