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High-level meeting in Dushanbe underlines desire to cement rapprochement in strategic region
The insurer faces tensions over its UK-Asia structure after demerger of US business
Qatar reaches deal with Taliban to help with security at Afghanistan airport
Plus, the oil and gas industry braces for a methane fee and what we learned from the US Hydrogen Shot Summit
Race to succeed PM will focus on Covid-19 and may usher in new generation of leaders
Regional partners reject claims that chaotic withdrawal from Kabul has shaken defence ties
Blame game begins as detractors point finger at Biden and Washington’s decision-making apparatus
Optimism slowly spreads with highest number of planes in sky since start of pandemic
Critics dismiss Min Aung Hlaing’s pledge to hold elections in two years
Crypto exchange backing, Netflix loses US subs, Google’s crowded Maps
US and European funds instead suffered outflows of $8.5bn and $3.6bn respectively in the first half of the year
Drinking alone buoys alcohol brands but stokes anxiety over depression and suicide
Businesses with a strong online presence have been turbocharged by pandemic-led digitalisation
Indonesia’s coronavirus crisis deepens as lockdowns are reinstated from Seoul to Sydney
Base salaries in region have risen about 30% since the end of 2019
Symbolic gesture by member countries is attempt to isolate country’s military junta
The IISS’s James Crabtree on military and trade tensions in south-east Asia
North America and Asia to drive growth, with Europe lagging behind
Banking group to replace Peter Wong with co-heads for the region
Fears of oil slick come on top of chemical spillage and plastic debris after 2-week inferno on stricken vessel
The business plan for the European Super League was partly built on ambitious, but unproven, income streams from the region
Early success in fighting Covid-19 has led to less urgency on inoculations
The region may be the world’s factory but when it comes to pharmaceuticals it is a laggard
While China considers restricting private tutoring hours, that seems a trifling obstacle to growing parental pressure
Could the country collapse after the military coup?