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Malacañang remains confident that the House of Representatives and the Senate would be able to patch up their differences over the 2018 budget. The two chambers have been clashing over some budget provisions including a
Prime Minister Najib Razak goes into a final Umno pow wow this week before a crucial general election due by Aug 18, hoping to unite the party after two years of fending off critics, and
Narendra Modi’s steady conquest of state governments and his drive to unify taxes across the country are fueling a new competition between provincial chief ministers for investment in factories, businesses and jobs that is redrawing
Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha’s first cabinet trip to the far South aimed at winning back local confidence in the government backfired when the government’s actions were perceived as “unfriendly” to residents. The two-day mobile cabinet
Indonesia expects to conclude a deal by Feb 18 with Freeport-McMoRan Inc. that will see the U.S. miner shed its majority ownership of the giant Grasberg copper mine, according to the government. The basic structure