“Propose” in the news
|first to propose|
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· UK ex-foreign ministers call for G7 Hong Kong monitor group →
However the European Union has been more cautious, calling for dialogue with China while expressing “grave concern” about the proposed law.
The Japan Times
· Sunwolves’ time in Super Rugby over as team’s bid to join tourney in Australia fails →
The Sunwolves will not compete in the proposed Australian domestic competition due to logistics and stringent coronavirus border restrictions, meaning the Japanese franchise's time in Super Rugby is over.
· Foreign selling of local equities softened last week, says research house →
For instance, Adam cited the European Commission proposed stimulus package of US$826 billion to aid recovery from the economic slowdown induced by the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Japan Times
· MLB players propose 114-game season, no further pay cuts →
New York – Major League Baseball players proposed a 114-game regular season Sunday, an increase from the 82 in management's offer, but no additional pay cuts beyond the one they agreed to in March, a person familiar with the plan told The Associated Press.
· A Potential Game-Changer? The Details Behind The EU's Proposed Recovery Plan →
European Union proposes €750 billion recovery plan.
· Amarin Continues Its Fight Against Generic Vascepa →
In late March, the Nevada district court judge ruled in Amarin's favor that certain proposed generic products would induce infringement of the company's asserted patents.
· Under-trial Zahid denies taking court docs to then-PM Dr M, claims Feb meeting to propose govt without PH →
“But support was retracted when Tun M on Tuesday proposed a Unity Government of all parties that breached the earlier agreement,” Zahid wrote on Facebook yesterday, referring to incidents in February.
· China's currency could trigger a new flashpoint in the growing cold war with the US →
The reaction to its proposed security laws for Hong Kong, with the US decertifying the autonomy for the territory that US law previously recognised and the US threatening to impose the tariffs on China that Hong Kong has been exempted from (among other, vaguer, sanctions), provides the potential for another massive and destabilising outflow of capital.
· Legend of Ali: The unlikely figure in Wall Street's most elite club is going it alone →
He proposed transactions that, while legal, were so novel or aggressive that bosses would sometimes squirm, worried about the optics.
· Singapore-KL high speed rail project suspended till Dec 31 following Malaysia’s request for extension, says Singapore minister →
Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan said in a Facebook post yesterday that Malaysian Senior Minister Datuk Seri Azmin Ali has written to him to request an extension of seven months to discuss Malaysia’s proposed changes to the project.