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A visitor speaks on a mobile phone as he studies stock prices at the Australian Securities Exchange in Sydney, Australia, Monday, Jan. 21, 2008. The Australian stock market closed lower for the eleventh session in a row on Monday. At the close the S&P/ASX200 index was down 2.9 per cent to 5,580.4 with the All Ordinaries down 2.91 per cent to 5630.9.
Australia   Economy   Market   Oil   Photos
 The Australian 
Rising oil price and credit woes paint bourse red
ANY shelter the long weekend provided to investors was quickly erased as renewed fears about credit troubles, soaring oil and global growth plunged the Australian share market deep into thered.... (photo: AP Photo / John Pryke)
Kiviõli Oil Shale Processing & Chemicals Plant in ida-Virumaa, Estonia
Emissions   Energy   Photos   Revolution   Technology
 Energy Current 
Technology revolution vital to avert energy crisis
6/6/2008 TOKYO: A technological revolution is essential to averting a global energy crisis within the next few decades, the International Energy Association (IEA) warned today. If current trends... (photo: GFDL / Hannu)
Reserve Bank of India  The Times Of India 
RBI to let oil firms hedge imports offshore
    MUMBAI: The Reserve Bank of India on Tuesday said it would allow Indian oil firms to hedge crude imports on overseas exchanges, and increased the limit on firms' investments in the... (photo: AP)
Bank   India   Mumbai   Oil   Photos
Electronic board of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange - business - Market  The Boston Globe 
HK shares rise with China heavyweights

HONG KONG—Hong Kong shares were lifted Monday by expectations of a slowdown in China's inflation this month and as gains on mainland exchanges spurred buying in China-linked heavyweights.... (photo: AP / Vincent Yu)
Asia   China   Economy   Hong Kong   Photos
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Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen has all smiles during a graduation speech to students at a university in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Wednesday, March 5, 2008. International Herald Tribune
Hun Sen eyes extension of long-running rule in Cambodia with opposition divided
: Although 11 parties are geared to fight it out in Cambodia's upcoming national elections, the contest is all but certain to be a one-horse race. No one seems to have... (photo: AP / Heng Sinith)
Cambodia   Elections   Fight   Long   Photos
building The Australian
China has much to offer in infrastructure growth
THE title of the conference on Friday afternoon in Beijing - at a hotel only a brisk walk from Tiananmen Square - appeared, on the surface, extraordinarily arcane:... (photo: WN / Renzelle Mae Abasolo)
Business   China   Infrastructure   People   Photos
Royal Dutch Shell / aaeh Insurance Newsnet
Royal Dutch Shell Plc March 2008 Strategy Update (media video webcast ) - Final
JEROEN VAN DER VEER, CHIEF EXECUTIVE, ROYAL DUTCH SHELL PLC: You all there? Good morning. Monday morning. First we've got presentations, I start myself; my colleagues... (photo: GFDL / Coolcaesar)
Business   Dutch   Investment   Oil   Photos   Shell   Video   World
China - Vegetable Farm - Farming. (ps1) Asia Times
Loans path eases for China's farmers
By Olivia Chung HONG KONG - China, concerned about rising food costs, a growing rural-urban wealth gap and the ability of the country to feed itself, is making it easier... (photo: Public Domain / -)
Agriculture   Asia   China   Farming   Hong Kong   Loan   Photos
Palestinian Hamas supporters attend a protest against U.S President George W. Bush's Asia Times
Bush's Middle East policy in tatters

By M K Bhadrakumar "They [Arab leaders] have stopped taking their instructions from Islam, they have decided that peace with the Zionists is their strategic option, so... (photo: WN / WN Ahmed )
Defence   Mideast   Peace   Photos   US

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