Lo que pasa por el mundo. ASIA abril 2015

29 abril, 2015

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Narendra Modi seeks German push to revive EU FTA

Launched in 2007, talks for proposed pact have stalled since 2013; both nations identify 10 areas to intensify cooperation

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India’s first smart city takes shape in GIFT

Modi’s grand scheme is beginning to take shape in GIFT—the first smart city that the govt hopes will provide a model for India’s urban future

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IMF, World Bank see India growth picking up

India projected to do better than China this financial year, but govt needs to push forward the reforms agenda

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Moody’s upgrades India’s rating outlook to positive

Global ratings agency Moody’s on Thursday reaffirmed India’s rating at Baa3 but raised the rating outlook to ‘Positive’ from ‘Stable’. India, however, remains at the last rung of investment grade by all agencies. Moo

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Environment ministry acts to divert sewage from water bodies

The ministry has decided to make sewage collection and transport mandatory across India

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India plans push for green bonds

The government has approached at least eight lenders to raise low-cost and long-term funds to help finance the plan

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Renewable energy goals may slip on funding gaps

Inability of state-owned distribution firms to effect tariff hikes may hit their ability to buy costlier green power

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Vietnam Growth Holds Above 6%, Aided by Manufacturing Gains

(Bloomberg) — Vietnam’s growth held above 6 percent in the first quarter as manufacturing supported an economy that’s still grappling with an overhang of bad debt. Gross domestic product rose 6.03 percent in the first three months from the same…

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Energy Ministry touts Thailand as electric vehicle hub Please credit and share this article with others using this link

The Energy Ministry plans to give its full support to promoting Thailand as an electric vehicle (EV) production hub.

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From Aceh to Papua: Jokowi’s Infrastructure Visions

During the World Economic Forum on East Asia, a question will be asked: Is Indonesia doing enough to show the public and investors they can trust infrastructure development is moving ahead towards growth and becoming competitive in the region.



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