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          Tales from the trade war: Businesses caught between retailers and a hard place      Cache   Translate Page      

The past few years have been good for OMG Accessories, the teenage-girl-centered lifestyle brand that fashion industry veteran Anne Harper founded in 2009. And she owes much of that success to China.

By producing handbags and backpacks at a Chinese factory that provided a quick turnaround on small orders, the company has been able to test the market and build up a line of products that is now carried in thousands of stores across the United States. Sales this year have tripled over last year, bringing total revenue to more than $10 million. Harper is now set to move OMG and its 14 employees into a larger showroom in its West 33rd Street building.

Her industry, however, has been caught in the crossfire of an escalating trade war that could put the brakes on any kind of growth. Handbags and backpacks made in China are among the $200 million worth of goods that recently became subject to a trade tariff scheduled to jump to 25% in January.

But OMG is in an unusual position, and not just because of how quickly it's been growing. Last year, in an effort to diversify production for mass orders, Harper and an overseas partner bought a factory in a low-wage, Southeast Asian country that she prefers, for competitive reasons, not to name. About six months ago, as the trade war began heating up, she shifted production to the new factory. About 95% of her fourth-quarter inventory escaped the 10% duty that went into effect in September. She's now positioned to avoid the devastating levy set for 2019.

Harper has been forced to take bigger gambles on her orders, but overall she is glad she planned ahead.

"If I didn't have this factory, [the tariffs] could have destroyed me," she said. "That's how I know that people who are not in my position are in big trouble."

The trade war, which has so far encompassed everything from imported steel and aluminum to electrical equipment and microscopes, began to hit New York's fashion industry in July, when luggage, handbags, footwear, textiles, and leather and faux-leather apparel were listed as being in the next round of restrictions.

Industry representatives have spoken up about fashion's unique reliance on a complex supply chain rooted in China and the difficulties of finding alternatives. But not all of the industry will be hurt in the same way. Some large brands, such as Coach and Kate Spade, began shifting production out of China years ago and moving it to low-wage facilities in Southeast Asia and India. Other companies, such as Steve Madden, ramped up a shift to Cambodia that was already in motion.

In addition, some well-known brands may have big enough margins and a loyal enough customer base to absorb some portion of the tariff and pass along the rest.

But OMG and other brands with price-sensitive products are in no position to experiment. Their retail buyers are saying suppliers will have to eat the cost of the tariff, as the stores have no intention of raising prices.

"If they are selling a bag of mine at $20 and then it goes over $20, even by a dollar, the customer has a different perspective," Harper said. "Shoppers are used to getting a bargain."

There are also drawbacks for small companies that work with factories in low-wage countries. Those nations lack the industrial expertise and transportation infrastructure that China has developed and take roughly double the time to turn around an order—six months as opposed to three. That means Harper is banking that what's "on trend" today, such as her unicorn-decorated handbags, will be just as popular next year.

What's more, the new factory can do only mass-volume production: a minimum of 3,000 units per color and style. That works for what she's selling now, but it would be too big of an order if she wanted to venture into new markets, such as bags for women or backpacks for boys. In fact, most retailers, Harper said, are taking few large orders of any kind.

"Even Kohl's—which has 1,100 stores—once something's proven, they'll order 3,000," Harper said, "but most of the time they're ordering one or two bags for each store. It used to be you'd have 10 of a style, but stores don't have traffic like that anymore."

For many local fashion brands—most of which do not own a factory in a low-wage Asian country—the biggest issue is the uncertainty surrounding the tariffs. "Do you want to disrupt your entire supply chain when there could be an agreement next month?" asked Julia Hughes, president of the United States Fashion Industry Association.

She thinks that the uncertainty has been exacerbated by the lack of clear direction or precise goals in the Trump administration's approach. "In past administrations and trade disputes, almost everybody felt they had a sense of what the outcome would be," Hughes said. "That's not the case here, and that makes it more complicated."

But the administration's defenders argue that President Donald Trump is trying to reverse decades of failed trade policy that allowed China to undermine American manufacturing and appropriate companies' intellectual property as a condition for operating in the country. The short-term pain of higher prices and rearranged supply chains, they say, will yield fairer trade rules for U.S. companies and new life for domestic factories.

Economist Ed Yardeni says American companies doing business with China have in effect supported its expansionist plans and superpower ambitions. He said the 25% tariff is aimed at weakening the country and keeping it from challenging American interests.

"The goal isn't to force concessions out of China but rather to get manufacturers out of China and into either the U.S. (ideally) or to countries such as Mexico that do agree to the terms of bilateral trade deals with the U.S.," Yardeni wrote in a recent report.

But a large-scale return of garment factories to the United States is simply not in the cards, experts said.

"We would have to rebuild a vast infrastructure and find people who actually want to sit at sewing machines, which would require a dramatic increase in immigration," said Susan Scafidi, director of the Fashion Law Institute at Fordham Law School. "People who are born in the U.S. typically don't aspire to work in garment factories."

She added that it was possible other countries, including Mexico, could expand their manufacturing capacity, but those changes would take a lot more time to put in place than a trade deal.

For now some fashion companies are simply looking to manage their business in the short term.

Urban Expressions, which produces a popular line of vegan, faux-leather handbags, took a gamble in July and sped up its production for next year.

"We landed 50% of the goods we planned for Q1 before the first tariff took effect, and most of the other 50% will have landed before the 25% tariff goes into effect," noted Farbod Shakouri, co-founder of the Los Angeles–based company, which has its showroom in New York. He figures that he can keep his retailers supplied through the first nine months of 2019.

He is also holding down costs. Earlier this year Urban Expressions was planning to buy an entire floor of a West 33rd Street building for its New York operations. It put the purchase on hold and is instead moving into a larger showroom in its current building, on West 32nd Street.

Shakouri has no desire to shift production from China. He has tried out factories in Bangladesh, Cambodia and Myanmar and was dissatisfied with the long lead times and their inability to do small production runs. A tariff might make him more receptive to a move, but he would prefer to see a compromise on absorbing the costs.

"A lot of the strategies are going to revolve around the retailers and what they're going to do," Shakouri said. "If they increase prices, then there could be a partnership along the supply chain where everyone eats a little bit into their margins to keep the status quo—until somehow there's a resolution."

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Today the U.S. Department of State submitted the second annual report to Congress as required by the Eliminate, Neutralize, and Disrupt Wildlife Trafficking Act of 2016 (the END Wildlife Trafficking Act).

Wildlife trafficking is a serious transnational crime that threatens security, economic prosperity, the rule of law, long-standing conservation efforts, and human health. In Executive Order 13773, President Trump called for a comprehensive and decisive approach to dismantle organized crime syndicates, specifically recognizing the connection between wildlife trafficking and transnational organized criminal networks. The United States government’s three-pronged approach to combating wildlife trafficking—strengthening law enforcement, reducing demand, and building international cooperation—deprives criminals of a key source of financing, reducing the criminal threat posed to U.S. citizens.

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NThế Vinh

Gửi Nhóm Bạn Cửu Long
và 18 triệu Cư dân Đồng Bằng Sông Cửu Long 

Bây giờ chính sách phát triển thủy lợi của Việt Nam phải được chuyển đổi theo sự chuyển hướng của nông nghiệp, không thể theo mục tiêu cũ để tiếp tục tăng sản lượng lúa thông qua thâm canh nông nghiệp mà phải theo mục tiêu cải thiện sinh kế của nông dân thông qua đa dạng hóa cây trồng và canh tác tổng hợp. Nhưng rất tiếc các nhóm lợi ích vẫn bám mục tiêu đầu tiên đòi hỏi phải xây dựng hệ thống thủy lợi quy mô lớn, xây dựng cống đập ngăn mặn, đào kênh dẫn nước ngọt quí hiếm từ Sông Hậu xa tít để tiếp tục bắt dân trồng lúa, như Dự án Sông Cái Lớn – Cái Bé (CLCB). Nhóm lợi ích luôn có thế lực mạnh, để được duyệt dự án thì họ mới có ăn, mặc kệ dân trồng lúa cứ nghèo. [Trao đổi cá nhân giữa GS Võ Tòng Xuân và Ngô Thế Vinh, qua một eMail ngày 16.09.2018]

Hình 1: trên và dưới, phối cảnh tổng thể Cống Cái Lớn, Cống Cái Bé, được mệnh danh là Công trình Thế Kỷ: hệ thống vĩnh cửu cống ngăn mặn CLCB, nếu thực hiện, theo ý kiến của các chuyên gia độc lập thì không những rất tốn kém (hơn 3 ngàn tỉ đồng) và  không cần thiết, lại có nhiều rủi ro tiềm ẩn, huỷ hoại rộng rãi cả một hệ sinh thái mong manh của Đồng Bằng Sông Cửu Long (ĐBSCL). Một dự án từ Bộ NN & PTNT hoàn toàn đi ngược với tinh thần Nghị Quyết 120/NQ-CP của Chính phủ về phát triển bền vững ĐBSCL thích ứng với biến đổi khí hậu do TT Nguyễn Xuân Phúc ký ban hành ngày 17.11.2017 trong đó nhấn mạnh nguyên tắc: “thuận thiên, tôn trọng quy luật tự nhiên, tránh can thiệp thô bạo vào thiên nhiên.” (1,2)

Từ hơn hai thập niên, người viết đã không ngừng lên tiếng về mối nguy cơ trên toàn hệ sinh thái lưu vực Sông Mekong do những con đập khổng lồ Vân Nam của Trung Quốc,tới chuỗi 9 con đập thuỷ điện dòng chính của Lào, rồi tới 2 dự án đập của Cambodia: ngoài những hậu quả rối loạn về dòng chảy, mất nước nơi các hồ chứa và quan trọng nhất là mất nguồn cát nguồn phù sa, dẫn tới một tiến trình đảo ngược khiến một ĐBSCL đang dần tan rã. Đồng bằng đang tan rã theo các bờ sông và sạt lở dọc theo duyên hải Biển Đông.

Với những mối hoạ từ thượng nguồn, thực tế cho thấy Việt Nam đã không thể làm gì được.Tuy là một quốc gia cuối nguồn, Việt Nam đã không thể ngăn cản được một dự án thuỷ điện phía thượng nguồn lưu vựcMekong nào cả, đó là chưa kể Việt Nam còn thúc đẩy quá trình ấy thông qua việc xây dựng nhà máy thuỷ điện ở Lào và Cambodia và gần đây nhất là mua điện từ Lào. Kể từ ngày Ngoại trưởng Việt Nam Nguyễn Mạnh Cầm phạm phải một sai lầm chiến lược khi đặt bút ký Hiệp định Uỷ hội Sông Mekong / Mekong River Commission năm 1995 từ bỏ quyền phủ quyết / veto vốn đã có trong Hiệp ước Uỷ Ban Sông Mekong / Mekong River Committee năm 1957 từ thời Việt Nam Cộng Hoà.

Và mọi người chắc vẫn không quên sự kiện nguyên Thủ tướng Nguyễn Tấn Dũng đã phải  kêu gọi Trung Quốc xả nước từ đập thuỷ điện Cảnh Hồng / Jinhong Dam Vân Nam để cứu hạn cho ĐBSCL trong những ngày cuối tháng 03 năm 2016. 

Nhưng còn phải kể tới những công trình phát triển tự huỷ / self-destructive development ngay nơi ĐBSCL trong bốn thập niên qua với những hệ luỵ tích luỹ tác hại nghiêm trọng trên tài nguyên và sự sống còn của cả một vùng châu thổ cuối nguồn Sông Mekong. Điển hình có thể kể, từ sau 1975:

_ Xây đê đắp đập chắn lũ hệ thống đê bao để mở rộng khu làm lúa ba vụ làm mất 2 túi nước thiên nhiên khu Tứ Giác Long Xuyên và vùng trũng Đồng Tháp Mười.
_ Xây hệ thống cống đập chắn mặn phá vỡ nhịp đập thiên nhiên của hệ sinh thái ĐBSCL điển hình là 2 dự án lớn: Ngọt hoá Bán Đảo Cà Mau và Công trình Cống đập Ba Lai.

Công trình Quản Lộ - Phụng Hiệp, ngọt hóa Bán đảo Cà Mau được khởi công từ đầu thập niên 1990 với vốn 1,400 tỉ đồng vay từ World Bank/ Ngân hàng Thế giới. Trong suốt giai đoạn 1990 đến năm 2000, hàng trăm cống đập, đê biển, đê sông ngăn mặn, giữ ngọt đã được rộng rãi đầu tư. Theo tính toán – trên lý thuyết của ngành thủy lợi thuộc Bộ NN & PTNT, hệ thống đưa nước ngọt từ Sông Hậu về Bán đảo Cà Mau sẽ cung cấp nước tưới, chủ yếu trồng lúa, cho 70,000 ha đất của tỉnh Bạc Liêu, 50,000 ha đất của Cà Mau và 66,000 ha đất của Kiên Giang

Hình 2: Bản đồ hệ thống sông và kênh rạch chằng chịt nơi vùng châu thổ Đồng Bằng
Sông Cửu Long [Nguồn: Amir Hosseinpour (ZEF), trích dẫn bởi Simon,2014] (6)

Hình 3: Bản đồ Quy hoạch thủy lợi vùng Nam Bán Đảo Cà Mau. (6)

Với những hậu quả là:
Về khía cạnh công trình, do các cống ngăn mặn đã gây cản trở giao thông trên sông rạch nên phải làm thêm những công trình khác như âu thuyền Tắc Thủ, được xây từ năm 2001 tại ngã ba sông Ông Đốc - Cái Tàu - sông Trẹm, thuộc hai huyện Thới Bình và U Minh, Cà Mau với kinh phí gần 80 tỉ đồng nữa. Công trình này do Cty CP Tư vấn XD Thủy lợi II thiết kế và xây dựng. Âu thuyền Tắc Thủ [Hình 4] sau khi hoàn thành năm 2006, đã chứng tỏ không những là vô dụng, còn gây thêm  cản trở giao thông. Cho đến nay, hầu như không ai chịu trách nhiệm về kế hoạch thất bại và đầu tư lãng phí này. (6)

Hình 4: Âu thuyền Tắc Thủ do Cty CP Tư vấn XD Thủy lợi II thiết kế và xây dựng
từ 2001tại ngã ba sông Ông Đốc - Cái Tàu - sông Trẹm, Cà Mau,
với kinh phí gần 80 tỉ đồng nhưng sau khi hoàn thành năm 2006, đã chứng tỏ là vô dụng,
còn gâythêm cản trở giao thông. [photo by Nguyễn Kiến Quốc] (6)

Về khía cạnh hệ sinh thái, do dòng chảy sông rạch thường xuyên bị chặn lại bởi các cống, nên sự kết nối hữu cơ giữa hệ sinh thái sông-biển với thủy triều từ biển là hoàn toàn bị triệt tiêu trong thời gian cống bị đóng. Và khi mở cống, ô nhiễm tích luỹ lại theo dòng nước lan toả huỷ diệt sinh cảnh và nguồn thuỷ sản nơi cửa sông và vùng cận duyên.   

Phía trong cống không còn hiện tượng nước lớn, nước ròng mỗi ngày, hoặc nước rong nước kém cho chu kỳ rằm mỗi nửa tháng. Khi chưa có cống đập, thủy triều trong sông rạch vùng Bán đảo Cà Mau tuy không đều nhưng có khi biên độ cao đến gần 2 mét. Do các cống đóng suốt mùa khô, nên khúc sông bên trong trở thành hồ nước tù đọng khiến tình trạng ô nhiễm gia tăng. Rác rưởi từ nguồn phế thải gia cư, cộng thêm với các độc chất phục vụ trồng lúa như thuốc trừ sâu, thuốc diệt cỏ và phân bón hoá học tràn xuống tích tụ dày đặc. [Hình 5]

Hình 5: ở những nơi dòng sông không chảy, ĐBSCL dày đặc ô nhiễm và sinh cảnh
thì đang chết dần. [photo by Ngô Thế Vinh 12.2017]

theo Nhóm Nghiên CứuMekong từ ĐH Cần Thơ (6), hệ thống các cống chặn mặn làm mất nguồn năng lượng dòng chảy nước ngọt từ phía thượng nguồn (mũi tên màu xanh) và năng lượng thuỷ triều đem dòng nước mặn từ biển vào (mũi tên màu đỏ) khiến môi trường tự nhiên của ĐBSCL không còn được tẩy rửa hàng ngày (con nước lớn- con nước ròng), hàng tháng (con nước rong- con nước kém), và hàng năm (mùa nước nổi- mùa nước cạn) như trước kia. Hệ quả là hàm lượng oxy hòa tan (DO) trong nước rất thấp khiến sông rạch mất cả khả năng tự làm sạch nguồn nước bằng cơ chế oxy hóa. [Hình 6]

Hậu quả ô nhiễm là nước trong các sông rạch đổi sang màu đen, bốc mùi hôi thối do các chất hữu cơ phân hủy; và nguồn nước trong các vùng thủy lợi không còn sử dụng được cho mục đích ăn uống, kể cả sinh hoạt tắm giặt hàng ngày. Người dân nay phải sống bằng nước ngọt bơm từ những giếng ngầm, nguồn nước ngầm này cũng ngày một hạ thấp và có nơi cư dân đã phải khoan đến độ sâu 80 – 120 mét để tới được nguồn nước ngọt. Nhu cầu khai thác tầng nước ngầm để lấy nước ngọt quá lớn đang làm gia tăng tốc độ sụt lún đất ĐBSCL nhanh gấp nhiều lần hơn nước biển dâng. (6)

Hình 6: nhờ năng lượng dòng chảy nước ngọt từ phía thượng nguồn (mũi tên màu xanh)
và năng lượng dòng nước mặn từ biển (mũi tên màu đỏ) mà môi trường tự nhiên
của ĐBSCL được tẩy rửa hàng ngày (con nước lớn-ròng), hàng tháng (con nước rong-kém),
và hàng năm (mùa nước nổi-cạn). Nguồn nước này cũng giúp cho nước chảy được trong


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Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (2-R) delivers an opening speech as Vietnam's Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc (3-R), Cambodia's Prime Minister Hun Sen (front, R), Laos' Prime Minister Thongloun Sisoulith (3-L), Myanmar's leader Aung San Suu Kyi (L) and Thailand's Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha (front, L) listen during the Mekong-Japan Summit Meeting at the state guest house in Tokyo, Japan, 09 October 2018. Photo: EPA

Japan and five Southeast Asian nations along the Mekong River have adopted a new three-year strategy centring on improving connectivity through the promotion of “quality infrastructure” building for regional development, state media reported.

The document endorsed by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and the leaders of Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Viet Nam at the Mekong-Japan Summit Meeting also cited human resource development and environmental protection as main pillars of cooperation.

On regional security, the leaders reaffirmed their commitment to addressing tensions over North Korea’s nuclear and missile programmes and the South China Sea, where China has been expanding its military clout, according to the document.

          10/10/2018: AEC: MEKONG-JAPAN SUMMIT      Cache   Translate Page      

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, centre, toasts with Cambodia's Prime Minister Hun Sen, left, and Laos's Prime Minister Thongloun Sisoulith at a dinner for participants of the Mekong-Japan Summit in Tokyo on Monday
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Sihanoukville is a small city in Cambodia it is considered to be a tourist town. However I believe it's definitely geared towards a particular niche of people. There are restaurants casinos and beaches some beautiful others not so good. While I do en
          MH370 SHOCK news: Missing Malaysia Airlines plane caught MULTIPLE times on Google Maps      Cache   Translate Page      

THE MISSING MH370 flight has been captured by Google Maps on multiple occasions since it disappeared in March 2014, according to tech expert Ian Wilson, who is planning an expedition to confirm his findings.
          Jericho Rosales is Dubbed the ‘Asian Drama King’ Because of These 5 Shows      Cache   Translate Page      
Jericho Rosales is known as one of the most sought-after actors in the Philippines with his award-winning performances in movies and TV. He has starred in some of the most popular teleseryes which are seen not only the country but also abroad. Jericho’s shows are some of the most widely distributed Philippine series across the globe, no wonder he has been dubbed the ‘Asian Drama King.’   Here are the five shows that made Jericho Rosales the ‘Asian Drama King.’   Pangako Sa ‘Yo (The Promise) “Pangako Sa ‘Yo” features a classic telenovela story of star-crossed lovers from different worlds, who must fight against all odds to stay together. It was the show that made Jericho and his then on-screen and off-screen partner Kristine Hermosa, household names. “Pangako Sa ‘Yo” is one of the most successful Filipino series internationally after airing in Malaysia, Indonesia, Cambodia, China, Singapore, Vietnam, and Pan-Africa. The series was so successful it spawned a remake in the Philippines and in Cambodia.   Dahil May Isang Ikaw (Destined Hearts) “Dahil May Isang Ikaw” is another Jericho-Kristine starrer, this time about competing lawyers turned lovers. The show features multiple plot twists and turns as the two stars find out the truth about their [...]
          World's Most Powerful Passport Revealed As Countries' Global Rankings Shift      Cache   Translate Page      
Japan passport holders will find it easier than ever to travel the world, as their travel documents have just moved up in the global Henley Passport Index to take the top spot.

The Henley Passport Index is a ranking of all of the passports in the world based on the number of countries their holders can travel to visa-free.

Until now Japan had been sharing joint first place with Singapore, which gained visa-free access to Uzbekistan earlier this year bringing its total to 189 countries.

However, earlier this month Japan gained visa-free access to Myanmar bringing its total to 190 - once again taking it to the top spot.

It's still a milestone for both Japan and Singapore, as 2018 is the first year in the index's 13-year history that either of them has had the most powerful passport in the world.
Both are way ahead of the UK and US which share fifth place with Portugal, the Netherlands, Austria and Luxembourg - but it's worth noting that the top four spots are shared by 10 countries.

Experts had previously revealed that the UK ranking is unlikely to increase until there is certainty regarding Brexit.
Full Henley Passport Index 2018

    Japan (190 countries)
    Singapore (189 countries)
    Germany, France, South Korea (188 countries)
    Denmark, Finland, Italy, Sweden, Spain (187 countries)
    Norway, UK, Austria, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal, USA (186 countries)
    Belgium, Switzerland, Ireland, Canada (185 countries)
    Australia, Greece, Malta (183 countries)
    New Zealand, Czech Republic (182 countries)
    Iceland (181 countries)
    Hungary, Slovenia, Malyasia (180 countries)
    Slovakia, Latvia, Lithuania (179 countries)
    Liechtenstein, Estonia (178 countries)
    Poland (175 countries)
    Monaco, Chile (174 countries)
    Cyprus (173 countries)
    Brazil (171 countries)
    Argentina, Hong Kong (170 countries)
    Croatia, Bulgaria, Romania (169 countries)
    Andorra, San Marino (168 countries)
    Brunei (165 countries)
    Israel, Barbados, UAE (161 countries)
    Mexico (158 countries)
    Bahamas (155 countries)
    Uruguay (154 countries)
    Seychelles (152 countries)
    St Kitts & Nevis (151 countries)
    Antigua (150 countries)
    Costa Rica (149 countries)
    Vatican City, Taiwan (148 countries)
    Trinidad and Tobago (147 countries)
    Mauritius, St Lucia (146 countries)
    St Vincent and the Grenadines (145 countries)
    Macao, Grenada (144 countries)
    Paraguay (143 countries)
    Panama (141 countries)
    Venezulea, Honduras (138 countries)
    Dominica, Guatemala, El Savador (137 countries)
    Peru (135 countries)
    Serbia, Solomon Islands (130 countries)
    Samoa, Vanuatu (129 countries)
    Nicaragua, Ukraine (128 countries)
    Colombia, Tuvalu (127 countries)
    Macedonia (125 countries)
    Marshall Islands, Tonga (124 countries)
    Kiribati, Montenegro (123 countries)
    Micronesia, Moldova (122 countries)
    Russia, Palau Islands (119 countries)
    Bosnia and Herzegovina (118 countries)
    Albania (114 countries)
    Georgia (112 countries)
    Turkey (111 countries)
    South Africa (102 countries)
    Belize (101 countries)
    Timor-Leste (98 countries)
    Ecuador, Kuwait (93 countries)
    Fiji (90 countries)
    Guyana (88 countries)
    Maldives (87 countries)
    Nauru (86 countries)
    Qatar (85 countries)
    Jamaica (84 countries)
    Papua New Guinea (83 countries)
    Botswana (82 countries)
    Bahrain (81 countries)
    Suriname (80 countries)
    Bolivia (79 countries)
    Oman (78 countries)
    Belarus, Thailand (77 countries)
    Namibia, Kazakhstan (76 countries)
    Saudi Arabia (75 countries)
    Lesotho, China (74 countries)
    Indonesia (73 countries)
    Swaziland, Kenya, Malawi (71 countries)
    Gambia, Tanzania, Zambia (68 countries)
    Tunisia, Azerbaijan, Philippines, Dominican Republic (66 countries)
    Cape Verde, Cuba (65 countries)
    Uganda, Zimbabwe (64 countries)
    Ghana, Kyrgyzstan (63 countries)
    Sierra Leone (62 countries)
    Armenia, Benin, Morocco, Mongolia (61 countries)
    India (60 countries)
    Uzbekistan (59 countries)
    Sao Tome, Mauritania, Mozambique, Tajikistan (58 countries)
    Burkina Faso (57 countries)
    Senegal, Cote d'Ivoire, Guinea (56 countries)
    Mali, Gabon, Bhutan (55 countries)
    Togo, Niger, Cambodia, Rwanda (54 countries)
    Chad, Madagascar, Guinea-Bissau, Turkmenistan (53 countries)
    Comores Islands, Equatorial Guinea, Haiti, Laos (52 countries)
    Vietnam (51 countries)
    Algeria, Jordan (50 countries)
    Central African Republic, Angola, Egypt (49 countries)
    Cameroon, Myanmar (48 countries)
    Liberia, Nigeria, Congo (Republic) (47 countries)
    Burundi (46 countries)
    Djibouti (45 countries)
    Kosovo (44 countries)
    Congo (Democratic Republic), Iran (43 countries)
    Sri Lanka, Ethiopia, North Korea (42 countries)
    South Sudan, Bangladesh, Lebanon, Libya (41 countries)
    Nepal (40 countries)
    Sudan, Eritrea, Palestinian Territory (39 countries)
    Yemen (37 countries)
    Pakistan (33 countries)
    Somalia, Syria (32 countries)
    Iraq, Afghanistan (30 countries)

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Have you met our Boat Neck Long Sleeve yet? This piece was inspired by elements of past best sellers and now features subtle and elegant details, made in a soft and durable cotton jersey. A new edition basic- that is anything but basic.
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In April, EYC launched a Social Work program to formalize and expand work to support the many students struggling with challenges at home that negatively impact their ability to learn, hindering them from reaching their full potential and transcending the cycle…

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          Thoughts From the Team: Delphine discusses the importance of EYC’s Sports Program      Cache   Translate Page      

What makes the Sports Program so important for EYC and what life lessons are the kids learning through sports?   “I love our sports program and dream of seeing it grow because sports are essential for physical and mental wellbeing.  Not…

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          Featured Student Profile: Dyno      Cache   Translate Page      

Dyno, now 25 years old, first heard about EYC when he was 16. Team Leaders from Lakeside were opening Youth School in his community, and as two of the Team Leaders were hauling in school materials, they noticed Dyno outside…

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          EYC Student Heads to the US to Study      Cache   Translate Page      

We are delighted to announce that Pagna, a 19 year-old scholarship student from EYC, recently started a yearlong exchange program at Bridgewater State University (BSU) in Massachusetts where he is studying Political Science.  He follows in the footsteps of Synoeun, an…

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          EYC Student Heads to University in the US      Cache   Translate Page      

Imagine leaving home to study in another country in a language that is not your native tongue.  What thoughts would be going through your head? For Pagna, a 19-year-old scholarship student from EYC, any trepidation he might feel fades in comparison…

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          Postcard From Phnom Penh: Meet Nara      Cache   Translate Page      

Hello Friends of EYC! My name is Sovanara, but people usually call me Nara.  I am 23 years old and live with my mom in a house near Lakeside School. In January 2018, I became the EYC Sports Coordinator.  When I…

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          What’s Happening at EYC: Spring 2018      Cache   Translate Page      

The second quarter of 2018 proved to be a busy one for us. We celebrated the Khmer New Year, distributed computer tablets to every school, increased the number of violin, guitar and piano classes, and started Jujitsu classes each Sunday.  A few…

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          Featured Student Profile: Sreyroth      Cache   Translate Page      

When Sreyroth was a young girl, she believed her life held little opportunity.  At best, she would finish high school and become a vegetable seller like her mum or a construction worker like her sister who had dropped out of school…

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          Seizing The Opportunity: Meet Ratha      Cache   Translate Page      

In 1987, Ratha’s family moved to the neighborhood of Toul Sangke.  At that time, the neighborhood sat alongside a lake filled with hyacinths, and people in the community would fish the lake and farm the surrounding land.  Over time, the lake was…

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          May Postcard from Phnom Penh: Meet Moyura      Cache   Translate Page      

Hello Friends of EYC! My name is Dinamoyura although most people call me Moyura.  I am 18 years old and am attending BELTEI International University in Phnom Penh where I study International Relations. My parents are divorced, and my father, who…

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          Japan, Mekong Nations Agree to Raise Cooperation to Partnership Level - Reports      Cache   Translate Page      
BANGKOK (Sputnik) - Japan and five southeastern Asian countries, located along the Mekong River, namely Myanmar, Laos, Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam, have agreed to enhance their long-established cooperation raising it to the strategic partnership level, the Vietnam News Agency reported.
          World Investment Forum, Geneva, 22-26 October 2018 — Heads of State, Private Sector and International Leaders to Boost Investment in Sustainable Development      Cache   Translate Page      





Photos: Students from Chinese university during the visit to UNCTAD. Group photo in front of the Place des Nations, at the UN’s European Headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland. August 16, 2018. Images provided by & Copyright © UNCTAD.

Geneva, 9 October 2018 - More than 5,000 participants from 160 countries will meet in Geneva to thrash out major new investment-for-development initiatives at UNCTAD’s World Investment Forum 2018 in the Palais des Nations, Geneva, Switzerland from 22-26 October.

The high-level conference comes amid mounting disquiet about declining investment flows and their impact on efforts to meet the ambition of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, adopted by the international community three years ago.

“Global flows of foreign direct investment fell by 23% in 2017,” United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said. “Cross-border investment in developed and transition economies dropped sharply, while growth was near zero in developing economies. With only a very modest recovery predicted for 2018, this negative trend is a long-term concern for policymakers worldwide, especially for developing countries.”

Private sector investment in developing countries, totaling $3.9 trillion a year, is needed to generate economic activity to meet the Sustainable Development Goals - the core of the 2030 Agenda -according to UNCTAD research. Current levels leave an investment gap of some $2.5 trillion.

Marking its 10th anniversary, the biennial World Investment Forum remains the premier venue to forge partnerships between investment and development stakeholders to close this gap.

A unique gathering of high-level players from the global investment-development community, the forum provides an opportunity to hold an open dialogue, brainstorm solution-oriented initiatives and foster global alliances to advance prosperity for all. This year’s event comprises some 60 functions, including three summits, five ministerial roundtables, private-sector led sessions and several awards ceremonies.

Besides giving participants a chance to spotlight priorities for attracting and channeling investment that will drive sustainable development, the forum sessions will also focus on transformative actions and innovative financing modes for growth, such as blockchain, sustainability bonds, and blended finance.

Speakers from business and special guests include more than 30 top executives of multinationals, among them Aviva, De Beers, Coca-Cola, ContourGlobal, Jumia, Lavazza, PwC, Siemens Financial Services, UBS, and the heads of stock exchanges including those in Bombay, Johannesburg, Luxembourg, Nasdaq Nordic, SIX and Shenzen, as well as the leaders of sovereign wealth and pension funds.

Fourteen heads of state and government have confirmed they will attend, including those from Armenia, Bangladesh, Botswana, Cambodia, the Central African Republic, Kenya, Lesotho, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Malawi, Mongolia, Montenegro, Namibia, Sierra Leone, and Switzerland.

More than fifty ministers from developed and developing countries and 21 heads of international organizations will join them.

In addition to United Nations entities, 50 other organizations will be at the event, including the Commonwealth, the International Labour Organization, the Inter-Parliamentary Union, the International Olympic Committee, the International Organization of Securities Commissions, the International Telecommunication Union, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, the World Economic Forum, the World Trade Organization and the World Bank Group.

These partnerships have generated exciting new content for this year’s participants, including an in-depth look at the relationship between sport and development, co-hosted with the International Olympic Committee and, on the annual United Nations Day, 24 October, a session on the role of investment in peace and security.

Five independent tracks will run in parallel with the main forum, with a special programme for parliamentarians, a multidisciplinary academic conference, an investment village, the 35th anniversary session of the Intergovernmental Working Group of Experts on International Standards of Accounting and Reporting (ISAR), and the 2018 UNCTAD Youth Forum, taking youth entrepreneurship as its theme.

Previous World Investment Forums took place in Accra, Ghana (2008), Xiamen, China (2010), Doha, Qatar (2012), Geneva, Switzerland (2014) and Nairobi, Kenya (2016).

Source: United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), Geneva


          Re: Do you have any unusual or novel musical instruments?      Cache   Translate Page      

@13, I believe you're talking about a chinese instrument, which is similar to a Cambodian traditional instrument called "Tror." It has two strings, and the down side of the instrument is maid from bamboo which cover by the snake's skin at the front.

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(CD album). 2 volumes

Kim Wilde

Here Come The Aliens Edition Deluxe

Avec plus de 30 millions d’albums vendus depuis le début de sa carrière, Kim Wilde reste une des plus grandes icônes des années 80, avec à son actif des hits comme «You Keep Me Hangin’ On», «Cambodia» ou «You Came».

Avec Here Come The Aliens, sorti en début d’année, la chanteuse anglaise signait un nouvel opus en forme de retour aux sources. Combinant ses racines pop à son amour pour le rock, ce nouvel album a marqué le retour au premier plan de Kim Wilde, comme en atteste le succès de la tournée européenne qui a suivi.

Avec Here Come The Aliens, sorti en début d’année, la chanteuse anglaise signait un nouvel opus en forme de retour aux sources. Combinant ses racines pop à son amour pour le rock, ce nouvel album a marqué le retour au premier plan de Kim Wilde, comme en atteste le succès de la tournée européenne qui a suivi.

Afin de célébrer la deuxième partie de sa tournée, Here Come The Aliens ressort aujourd’hui en édition Deluxe, en double CD digipack. Le premier CD comprend les 12 titres de l’album, le deuxième CD propose 2 nouvelles chansons, dont le single «Amoureux Des Rêves» en duo avec Laurent Voulzy, 3 remixes et les hits «You Came», «Cambodia», «Kids in America» enregistrés en live.

          New minimum wage in Cambodia now $182      Cache   Translate Page      
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          The project to set up two new provinces in Cambodia has been canceled - គម្រោងបង្កើតខេត្តថ្មីចំនួន ២​នៅ​កម្ពុជា ត្រូវលុបចោល      Cache   Translate Page      

Prime Minister Hun Sen has ordered the Ministry of Interior to immediately stop the project study for setting up two new provinces in Cambodia.


លោកនាយករដ្ឋមន្ត្រី ហ៊ុន សែន បាន​បញ្ជា​ឲ្យ​ក្រសួងមហាផ្ទៃ បញ្ឈប់​ជាបន្ទាន់​នូវ​ការសិក្សា​បង្កើត​ខេត្ត​ថ្មី ចំនួន ២ ដើម្បី​បញ្ចប់​ការរត់​ការឡើង​ធ្វើ​ចៅហ្វាយខេត្ត​ថ្មី​ទាំងនោះ​។ 

          Government institutions support Hun Sen’s stand against EU’s threats - ស្ថាប័នជាតិកំពូលៗ ប្រកាសគាំទ្រជំហររបស់លោក ហ៊ុន សែន មិនចុះញ៉ម ចំពោះការគំរាមដកការអនុគ្រោះពន្ធពីអឺរ៉ុប      Cache   Translate Page      

Top national institutions, such as ministries, departments, governors, and general commanders, have issued the  ir statements expressing support for Prime Minister Hun Sen's against the EU threats of withdrawal EBA status from Cambodia.


ស្ថាប័នជាតិកំពូល ដូចជា ក្រសួងមន្ទីរ អភិបាលខេត្ត និងមេទ័ពជាច្រើនអង្គភាព ជាដើម បានចេញសេចក្តីថ្លែងការណ៍ ប្រកាស​គាំទ្រ​ជំហររបស់លោកនាយករដ្ឋមន្ត្រី ហ៊ុន សែន ដែលថា កម្ពុជា សុខចិត្តបង់ពន្ធ​លើ​ប្រភេទ​ទំនិញ​នាំចូល​ទៅកាន់​ទីផ្សារ​អឺរ៉ុប ដើម្បី​បង្ហាញ​ពីជំហរ​រក្សា​អធិបតេយ្យ និងឯករាជ្យ​ជាតិ​របស់កម្ពុជា ដោយ​មិន​ចុះញ៉ម ចំពោះ​ការគំរាម​ដកការ​អនុគ្រោះពន្ធ​ឡើយ​​​។

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I know that human evil shouldn’t surprise us anymore. I mean, we live in a world that saw the Rwandan genocide and the Cambodia Killing Fields. To quote the old Latin proverb, “man is a wolf to man.” And it’s not just in the big things that we act awfully toward each other. People steal…

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I don't want to ignore the awesome Mad Libs going on here, but the second game I'm playing is actually turning out pretty darn awesome.

After arriving in the Kingdom of Cambodia with Pvt. Shannon and his other two friends (Billy Bob and Smeldred). The Country is a protectorate of France at this point, which makes it a strange place, but this isn't the time to argue about imperialism, it's the pulps, where imperialism is whimsical!

While in Phnom Penh (which I had a hell of a time looking up to learn how to spell), our group ran into a bunch of Henchmen of our Big Bad (which I guess we can name Igor I Gorson). An Attorney approached HH and threatened him with litigation if he "continues on his present course." It was just going to be left at that, but one of the group was a low level boss in Gorson's syndicate and wanted to prove himself (the rest of the group was "Playboys," "Trophy Wives," and "Political Assistants." It's like the game knows!). So he started threatening HH further. Until HH punched him. That was the end of that. He wanted to interrogate the punk to get more clues out of him, but the Attorney made sure that couldn't happen, and they all left, carrying their unconscious friend.


And then what's the next random event? I run into a guide who wants to help me find my next destination. Well, what do you know? I happen to be looking for something and would like a guide. HOW DOES THE GAME KNOW? So I left Pvt. Shannon in the city to secure passage home (I can only have 4 people in my group....actually no, I can have 5. Dangit, I didn't need to do that), and hired Tommy Tom Thompson to take us deep into the temple of Ankor Wat.

This is honestly playing out like a Pulp novel. It's kind of creepy. I'll keep using all of your random nouns to fill in blanks, but the game's doing a great job of supplying a story for me.

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