Major Developments in Southeast Asia, Wednesday, October 28, 2020

EMERGING ISSUES AFFECTING OPERATIONS (Update) Hundreds of royalists demonstrate at Lumpini Park in Bangkok, Thailand. Hundreds of yellow-clad supporters of the monarchy gathered at Lumpini Park in Bangkok at around 4:00 PM (local time) yesterday. They gathered to show their unwavering support for the royal institution amid mounting pro-democracy protests. Some people carried the photo […]
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Major Developments in South Asia, Monday, October 26, 2020

EMERGING ISSUES AFFECTING OPERATIONS 1. Around 25 police officers injured in attack by fisherman in Bangladesh. At least 25 river police personnel were injured when fishermen attacked them at Chandpur’s Laxmirchar in the Meghna river yesterday. Hundreds of fishermen allegedly attacked the officers with sticks and bricks. The police officers allegedly shot rubber bullets and shotgun […]
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Major Developments in North Asia, Monday, October 26, 2020

CHINA 1. More domestic air routes will operate during winter and spring, as the civil aviation regulator said the number of flights is expected to increase by 20%. Around 86,735 domestic passenger and freight flights-excluding those servicing Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan-will operate every week. 2. The Chinese Communist Party will begin a pivotal meeting of […]
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Major Developments in Australasia & Pacific Islands, Monday, October 26, 2020

AUSTRALIA 1. Defense Minister Linda Reynolds announced Australia will no longer send a Royal Australian Navy ship to the Middle East every year. The country will also withdraw from the US-led naval coalition patrolling the Strait of Hormuz at the end of 2020. The country’s three-decades-long naval presence in the Middle East will come to an […]
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Major Developments in Southeast Asia, Friday, October 26, 2020

EMERGING ISSUES AFFECTING OPERATIONS 1. (Update) Anti-government protests scheduled in Bangkok, Thailand today. Pro-democracy groups are planning to hold a major rally at Samyan intersection today at 5:00 PM (local time) in Bangkok. Protest organizers said they will then march to the German Embassy, which is about 1.5 kms away on Sathorn Road. Protesters said in […]
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Major Developments in South Asia, Friday, October 23, 2020

EMERGING ISSUES AFFECTING OPERATIONS Heavy rains predicted in parts of South Asia this week. Heavy rainfall is predicted by meteorological offices in India and Bangladesh over the coming days. A low-pressure area is developing over the Bay of Bengal that could result in adverse weather conditions in coastal areas. The low-pressure system is likely to intensify […]
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Major Developments in Australasia & Pacific Islands, Friday, October 23, 2020

AUSTRALIA 1. Victoria, Australia’s second most populous state, recorded one new COVID case and zero deaths today. The new case brought the rolling 14-day average in metropolitan Melbourne down to 5.5 while that in regional Victoria is 0.3. The announcement comes days before Premier Daniel Andrews announces further easing of COVID-19 restrictions on October 25. 2. […]
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Major Developments in North Asia, Friday, October 23, 2020

CHINA 1. China will further ease outbound investment limits and allow more domestic institutional investors to purchase financial assets in the global market. A senior official from the State Administration of Foreign Exchange said that fresh quotas worth USD 10 billion will be issued in several batches under the outbound Qualified Domestic Institutional Investor scheme. 2. […]
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Major Developments in Southeast Asia, Friday, October 23, 2020

EMERGING ISSUES AFFECTING OPERATIONS 1. (Update) Thailand revokes emergency decree despite mounting protests. Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha revoked the state of ‘severe’ emergency and other related orders in Bangkok yesterday. The announcement was published in the Royal Gazette. The emergency-related orders were lifted a week after they were imposed to tackle anti-government protests. However, demonstrations have […]
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Major Developments in South Asia, Thursday, October 22, 2020

EMERGING ISSUES AFFECTING OPERATIONS Security increased ahead of PDM rally in Quetta, Pakistan. Authorities have increased security as part of a plan ahead of a rally by the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) in Quetta, Balochistan on October 25. The rally is to take place in the Hockey Ground Chowk. PDM is a coalition of opposition parties […]
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