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Rohan Solapurkar, a Deloitte tax partner, said the raft of measures announced Monday by the Singaporean government was largely expected, and it catered to all of the interest groups the ruling People's Action Party is trying to please.
Domestic pressure could force Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to retaliate to Thursday's deadly attack but experts warn that reprisal could trigger a new cycle of tensions with Pakistan.
An impending election and the need to spur economic growth mean Singapore will likely — for the first time in four years — spend more than it is projected to earn.
Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, the younger sister of Rahul Gandhi who leads the opposition Congress party, was recently named general secretary of the faction in a move that could boost Congress' appeal ahead of a national vote.
Hanoi's ability to retain one-party rule and strict control after integrating into the global economy is seen as an attractive prospect for Pyongyang.
Najib Razak, former prime minister of Malaysia, is facing more than 40 charges, including criminal breach of trust, money laundering and abuse of power in relation to the scandal-ridden state investment firm 1MDB.
The joint mission with U.S. forces is being described as a display of "lethality."
Facebook has added five new partners to its fact-checker network in India, the company said on Monday.
"There's been so many coups in Thai history that when you see military vehicles on the street, something must be up," said Paul Chambers, a lecturer for international affairs at Thailand's Naresuan University.
The Thai baht fell about 1 percent in Friday trade, following the Thai king's bid to thwart his sister's nomination as a prime ministerial candidate ahead of the country's long-awaited elections.
Thailand was the fourth-most-popular country for Chinese property investment in 2018, according to online Chinese real estate portal Juwai.com, with $2.3 billion coming in from Chinese sources.
February brings the most significant series of tests yet of whether President Trump can transform his disruptive U.S. foreign policy into concrete outcomes, writes Fred Kempe of the Atlantic Council.
Two new candidates have thrown their hats in the ring for Thailand's upcoming election, making for "very interesting political theater," as one expert put it.
Washington is going to have to offer Pyongyang more incentives if it wants full details of the state's weapons and missile program, experts say.
Chinese social media apps are rapidly becoming popular with users in India, but the country now wants to regulate them, the Financial Times reported.
Trump's second face-to-face meeting with Kim will take place on February 27-28, though it is not clear where in Vietnam the summit will be held.