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Revista de Imprensa Asiática nº42

Revista de Imprensa Asiática nº42

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ÍNDIA-TAILÂNDIA

“Thailand and India could serve their respective "Look East" and "Look West" economic policies amid slowing growth globally, as both countries have high potential to expand and serve as gateways to the Asean and South Asian markets, a seminar heard.”
Ler mais: “India and Thailand ready for a big lift in east-west trade, seminar hears” (The Nation, 4 de dezembro de 2012).

Ler mais: “ Beijing vows more aid for climate change” ( China Daily, 5 de dezembro de 2012).

CHINA-EUA
“Observers warned that the US Senate's signal of support for Japan will further fuel Tokyo's confrontational attitude toward Beijing in the territorial fray, which has hurt SinoJapanese ties in the past few months, and that the danger of the crisis spiraling out of control is mounting.”
Ler mais: “ US plays with fire over islands” (China Daily, 4 de dezembro de 2012).

ÍNDIA-CHINA
“Claiming that Chinese activities in the southern part of Nepal have surged, India has, in a rare public statement, expressed its concern on the issue. Addressing a press meet after a crucial border meeting with the Nepali delegation in New Delhi on Monday, the head of the Indian team, Pranay Sahay, who is the director general of the Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB), voiced such concerns.”
Ler mais: “‘Chinese activities in south Nepal’ raise India’s hackles ” (The Kathmandu Post, 3 de dezembro de 2012).

CHINA-VIETNAME
“China urged Vietnam on Thursday to halt its unilateral oil and gas development in waters with overlapping sovereignty claims and to stop harassing Chinese vessels there to ensure that the ongoing maritime border talks can bear fruit.”
Ler mais: “Beijing rejects Hanoi's fishing boat allegation” (China Daily, 7 de dezembro de 2012).

CHINA-COREIA DO NORTE
“The Democratic People's Republic of Korea's satellite launch plan triggered widespread concern from regional countries on Sunday, with Pyongyang intending to implement the plan between Dec 10 and 22. (…) The launch plan has sparked concerns from the United States and its major allies in Asia, who condemn it as "provocation", while China also showed its concern and called for calm.”
Ler mais: “DPRK satellite launch plans trigger concern among regional neighbors” (China Daily, 3 de dezembro de 2012).

TAILÂNDIA
“According to the Global Terrorism Index (GTI) covering 158 countries, Thailand is the worst in Southeast Asia and the fifth worst in all Asia. The top four countries in the list are all from Asia - Iraq, Pakistan, Afghanistan and India - where terrorist incidents were "heavily concentrated".”
Ler mais: “Thailand ranked 8th most dangerous country, top in SE Asia” (The Nation, 7 de dezembro de 2012).

INDONÉSIA-MYANMAR
“The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) and the Indonesian Red Cross (PMI) are in talks to jointly launch a humanitarian mission for refugees of the deadly conflict between the Rohingya and Rakhine ethnic groups in Myanmar.”
Ler mais: “ OIC, PMI to launch humanitarian mission for Rohingya, Rakhines refugees” (The Jakarta Post, 4 de dezembro de 2012).

JAPÃO-COREIA DO NORTE I
“The government will make greater efforts to gather information on a possible North Korean missile launch, Chief Cabinet Secretary Osamu Fujimura said Monday. In a press conference, Fujimura referred to recent indications that North Korea may be preparing a ballistic missile launch.”
Ler mais: “Govt to boost N. Korea missile info gathering” (The Yomiuri Shimbun, 27 de novembro de 2012).

CHINA
“China will increase its investment and the number of programs to expand South-South Cooperation by helping other developing countries tackle climate-change challenges, a leading official said at a UN conference on Tuesday in Qatar.”

COREIA DO NORTE I
“North Korea has installed the first stage of its long-range rocket on the launch pad, defying growing international warnings against what is suspected as a missile test, reports said Monday. The communist country is now expected to complete preparations at its launch station in the western town of Dongchang as early as the beginning of next week. It

declared Saturday that it will fire an earth observation satellite into orbit between Dec. 10 and 22.”
Ler mais: “’ N.K. erects first stage of rocket on launch pad’” (The Korea Herald, 4 de dezembro de 2012).

launch it as early as Monday, a Seoul government source said. The fuel injection process is expected to begin this weekend after a technical inspection of the rocket, assembled at the Dongchang-ri launch site in North Pyongan Province, the source explained, declining to be named.”
Ler mais: “ N.K. finishes rocket installation” (The Korea Herald, 5 de dezembro de 2012).

COREIA DO NORTE II
“North Korea finished installing the last and third stage of the long-range rocket on the launch pad Wednesday and could

REVISTA DE IMPRENSA ASIÁTICA DO INSTITUTO DO ORIENTE – Nº 41 – 1 A 7 DE DEZEMBRO DE 2012
Por uma perspetiva oriental da imprensa internacional.
©Instituto do Oriente – 2012

Rua Almerindo Lessa – 1300-663 Lisboa. Correio eletrónico: ioriente@iscsp.utl.pt.

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