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China to ban solid waste imports as of January

November 26, 2020
China announced banning all kind of solid waste imports as of January next year.

Uzbekistan to implement 9 bln USD projects in energy sector

November 26, 2020
Uzbekistan plans to implement 52 projects worth 9 billion U.S. dollars to start deep processing of natural gas and produce value added products, as well as create new jobs, the press service of Uzbek president said Thursday.

UAE halts visas to several countries

November 26, 2020
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) suspended travel visas for nationals from 13 countries including some Arab nations, Turkey and Iran.

Coronavirus vaccines to be provided free of charge to Tunisians, says minister

November 26, 2020
Tunisian Health Minister Faouzi Mehdi that the number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Tunisia has exceeded 90,000 including 2,935 deaths.

Bulgaria to impose new nationwide lockdown

November 26, 2020
Bulgaria\'s Council of Ministers, the main authority of the executive power, on Wednesday decided to impose a new nationwide lockdown from November 27 to December 21 to contain the rapid spread of COVID-19.

Connecticut Governor announces fines for businesses violating coronavirus rules increase to $10,000

November 25, 2020
Governor Ned Lamont announced that he has signed an executive order increasing the amount that businesses can be fined for violations of the state’s coronavirus sector rules and capacity limits to $10,000 per violation.

Fiji and Australia work on defence agreement

November 25, 2020
Fiji and Australia have commenced negotiations for a reciprocal Status of Forces Agreement.

Iran to launch 9 new thermal plants by year end

November 25, 2020
Iranian Energy Minister Reza Ardakanian said that nine thermal stations are planned to come on stream in various provinces across the country and are going to go operational by the end of the current Iranian calendar year (March 20, 2021).

Germany set to extend partial shutdown well into December

November 25, 2020
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and the country\'s 16 state governors are expected to extend a partial shutdown well into December, and discuss tightening some restrictions while allowing somewhat more generous rules for the Christmas period.

Macron eyes coronavirus vaccination starting by year end

November 25, 2020
French President Emmanuel Macron said on Tuesday a vaccine to prevent coronavirus could start being administered as soon as the end of the year in France if approved by regulators.

India bans 43 more mobile apps as it takes on China

November 25, 2020
India banned 43 mobile apps on Tuesday in a new wave of web sanctions targeted on China.

Japan and China agree to resume business travel

November 25, 2020
Japan and China will work together to uphold and strengthen rules based multilateral trade, the countries said Tuesday, agreeing to bring the recently signed Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership into effect quickly and to hold talks with South Korea on a three way trade deal.
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