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Traditional Tet customs of Vietnam

November 09, 2019

Traditional Festivals in Vietnam

November 04, 2019

Vietnam becomes the 22nd country to host F1 race

November 01, 2019

Japan’s budget for AI to be less than a fifth of that planned by U.S. and China

February 26, 2018

Japan’s fiscal 2018 budget for artificial intelligence is less than 20 percent of the amount planned by the United States and China, a vast difference that could exacerbate Japan’s competitive disadvantage in the field.

Powell sworn in as 16th US Federal Reserve chair

February 06, 2018

Former investment banker Jerome “Jay” Powell was sworn in Monday as the 16th leader of the US Federal Reserve, taking a key role in overseeing the world’s largest economy.

Any rule on Bitcoin must be global, Germany's central bank says

January 19, 2018

Bitcoin had lost a quarter of its value in early Asian trading on Wednesday as fears grew of a regulatory crackdown after reports that South Korea’s finance minister said banning trading in cryptocurrencies was still an option.

'Thanks, but no thanks' - Norwegians reject Trump's immigration offer

January 13, 2018

Many Norwegians rejected on Friday a suggestion by U.S. President Donald Trump that they would be more welcome to move to the United States than immigrants from “shithole countries” such as Haiti or African nations.

Japan plans record budget spending, less new debt in fiscal 2018

December 17, 2017

Japan’s government plans an initial budget of a record 97.7 trillion yen ($872 billion) for the 2018/19 fiscal year, while keeping new debt issuance below this year’s level thanks to hefty tax revenue as the economy picks up, government sources told Reuters.

Putin announces bid for 2018 Russian presidential race

December 07, 2017

Russia’s forthcoming election is due on March 18, 2018

Blow to tobacco control treaty as industry wins tax fight in south-east Asia

November 28, 2017

Industry lobbying in south-east Asia – home to high concentrations of smokers – is thwarting global efforts to fight the health impact of tobacco, says watchdog

Cuba holds municipal elections on road to Castro era’s end

November 27, 2017

Cuba took another step on Sunday toward the end of the Castro era, with millions of residents placing paper ballots in cardboard boxes for ward delegates to municipal assemblies.