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The New York Times
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Even when the platform is up and running, though, it will likely offer a confounding picture of closed and open borders, with individual member states reaching bilateral and multilateral agreements with neighbors.
· What is the way forward in India-Nepal border dispute? →
He pointed at Nepali objections to the 2015 bilateral agreement between India and China that opened up Lipulekh for trade, to say Nepal's position has remained consistent despite multiple governments.
· New PPA after 5 years: Madhya Pradesh approves pact with Adani Power →
The remaining 10% is traded through traders, direct bilateral between discoms and through the power exchanges.
· PAVMed Is About To Enter The Commercialization Phase →
DisappEAR are antimicrobial resorbable ear tubes based on a proprietary aqueous silk technology intended for treating roughly 1M children in the US with persistent ear infections or middle ear fluid collections undergo placement of bilateral ear tubes.
· Norway and Denmark drop mutual border controls - but exclude Sweden →
Solberg said she had twice spoken to the Swedish prime minister, Stefan Löfven, but had entered a bilateral agreement with Denmark “because we have a similar infection situation … The infection situation looks different in Sweden”.
· Singapore top source of FDI in FY20 with investments worth $14.67 billion →
April 2017 brought key amendments to the bilateral treaties with Mauritius and Singapore which neutralized the tax benefits available in Mauritius.
· KL-Singapore High Speed Rail construction suspension extended beyond May 31 →
Previously, both governments had agreed to suspend the construction of the bilateral project until May 31, 2020 to find the best way forward for the project.
· Indian entrepreneurs gave this many high paying jobs to America; US-India trade ties can help startups boom →
The strengthening of US-India bilateral ties could be a major proponent for startups to flourish and both countries can benefit if more startups are encouraged to work in America.
The Japan Times
· What COVID-19 means for the Japan-U.S. alliance →
For example, the restrictions on meetings and other large-group activities driven by health precautions could reduce the number of bilateral joint trainings and joint exercises and other face-to-face engagements that can take place between the two militaries.
· China says opposes US THAAD defence system in South Korea →
BEIJING: China's foreign ministry said on Friday (May 29) it firmly opposes the US Terminal High Altitude Area Defence (THAAD) missile defence system in South Korea and urged the US not to harm bilateral relations between Beijing and Seoul.