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UN, Sweden and Ireland Support 'Deliver as One' Welcomed 30 November 2011 editorial WE welcome the joint programme signed by the United Nations (UN) and the governments of Sweden and Ireland to support the coordination of a component of the UN reform
The trade value between China and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations will hit a new high this year as the Free Trade Area (FTA) continues to boost momentum, a senior council official said Wednesday...Trade value totaled $292.78 billion last
China only account for 11 percent of its overall trade, Wen added. The premier also raised specified proposals to deepen economic ties with Brunei, including cooperation in offshore oil and gas exploration, as well as upstream and downstream energy
Reiterating that reform and expansion of the UN Security Council are essential to reflect contemporary reality, India has called for pursuing early reform with renewed vigour and have it urgently enacted. "Such an outcome will enhance the Council's
Pacific island countries who are in Busan include the Cook Islands, Nauru, Niue, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tonga, Tuvalu and Vanuatu. Australia and New Zealand are also in Busan joining the 2,000 delegates for the three-day meeting...
Russell Howorth Opening Address Speech-GIS Conference in Nabua Every effort would be made to ensure that Geographic Information System (GIS) and Remote Sensing are adequately resourced to serve the needs of the Pacific region. Division of the
Expo in Nanning, capital of South China's Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region...China has become stronger rather than weaker", Wen said, urging both sides to find appropriate solutions to problems in the zone's development...China", Fan Ying, professor
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A form of verse and prose storytelling from north-eastern China that has only five remaining masters was today placed on a United Nations List of Intangible Heritage in Need of Urgent Safeguarding...Statistics indicate that while there were
London November 25, 2011 Julia Gillard came close to the bottom of British Prime Minister David Cameron's Christmas card list in 2010, with UK media speculating the Australian leader could have been added as an "afterthought". Downing Street has