None country has been saved from the devastating impact of global crisis. But the Asian markets, in the recent times have been hot really hard by the global financial crunch. The market analysts have informed that the downturn in the Asian market has pushed the investors to withdraw themselves from investing.
The Democratic People's Republic of Korea is still waiting for the US to provide aid to North Korea region, which has been hit hard by food crisis. It has been informed that since many months the US has been delaying the decision saying that it is gauging as to how it can help.
The escalating house prices in Hong Kong have led Hong Kong's Chief Executive Donald Tsangto say that the Government’s irresolute decision of 2003 has caused the prices of the housing to surge. He has criticized the government for over reacting at the outset of inflation.
As per the reported information, Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak recently revealed a new eye-attracting budget plan for next year.
However, according to the new budgetary documents, all the promised money contributions will be made by the Government which surely would offer several more reimbursement for normal Malaysians.
According to reports, Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (CSIA) will be the chief host for the upcoming Eleventh Routes Asia 2013.
Giving his views about the completion, G V Sanjeev Reddy, Mumbai International Airport Limited (MIAL) Managing Director, commented that the event would undoubtedly turn out to be the biggest Asian aviation forum to be prearranged at any Indian airport.
An Australian boy, who was caught in Bali for carrying marijuana products, has become a matter of discussion in the country. The authorities concerned have promised the public to bring back the boy safely to the country.
It has been reported that Ichiro Ozawa, a former ruling-party leader’s condition is critical as he has admitted to hospital last night because of kidney stone problems. It has been informed that Ozawa would be required to hospitalize for a period of week.
A tribute paid by 19- year -old Jonathan Mak, a Hong Kong-based student, to Steve Jobs (1955 to 2011) has created an instant fame for him.
Medical experts have forecasted an increase in the medical tourism in Asia in the coming year.
With less medical and surgery fees, highly qualified and trained doctors, immediate access to the treatment has attracted patients from overseas.
Lot of changes have been planned by the Finland-based Nokia in order to revive its position in the market, as it has been hit hard by its competitors like Apple, Blackberry and Samsung which have been introducing Smartphones.