June 2022
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June 2022

23 Jun [PREMIUM] Country Updates (23 June)

Indonesia The seventh Cabinet reshuffle in eight years New e-commerce rules to regulate digital competition Indonesia plans to export chickens to Singapore In what was seen as a move to ensure the stability of the existing ruling coalition, President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo has ordered another...

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22 Jun Haze Outlook 2022 Media Briefing

Alongside this year's #9SDSWR, we will be launching the fourth annual edition of the Haze Outlook report. The Haze Outlook 2022 assesses the likelihood of #SoutheastAsia experiencing #haze this year, how severe any haze might be, and the key factors driving the risk of haze. Join...

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Haze Outlook 2022 report

15 Jun Haze Outlook 2022

[download id="10497"] The annual Haze Outlook report provides an assessment of the likelihood of a transboundary haze incident affecting Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore. The haze is a recurring air pollution problem in Southeast Asia caused by forest and land fires, posing serious health hazards and contributing...

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06 Jun 9th Singapore Dialogue on Sustainable World Resources (SDSWR)

Research shows that the protection of 58% of Southeast Asia's threatened forests can be financially viable even at modest carbon prices, avoiding massive amounts of carbon emissions. To achieve this potential, new regulatory mechanisms and verification systems are needed to realise the potential of carbon...

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06 Jun Waiting for China

As Shanghai declared it achieved "zero COVID" status across all its districts, insights were shared by Prof Fan Gang and Prof Bert Hofman at the SIIA's recent seminar and examined the policy's effectiveness. Both Professors provided great viewpoints on what could have been done better...

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03 Jun How Southeast Asians are Making China Adapt to Local Needs”

Many in the West, especially Washington, argue that China extends its global influence by exporting and imposing its developmental model on other countries. But this analysis ignores the ways in which Chinese engagement sometimes accommodates local actors and institutions—adapting and assimilating local and traditional forms,...

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