The Thai foreign minister has suggested resolving the case of jailed Bahraini footballer with refugee status in Australia by sending him to a third country or his requested country of asylum instead of extraditing him to Bahrain, where he has to serve a 10-year sentence related to the uprising of 2011 against the ruling Al Khalifah regime.
Thailand FM proposes sending refugee Bahraini footballer to another country
Volvo Cars, owned by China’s Geely, reported higher full-year revenue on Thursday but said its profit margins had slipped and were expected to remain under pressure this year.
Volvo Cars feels margin pressure from US-China tariff war
Pakistan's Supreme Court has called on the military and intelligence agencies to stay out of politics in a country that has been ruled by generals for nearly half its age since 1947.
Pakistan Supreme Court says military must stay away from 'politicking'
Bangladesh has summoned Myanmar’s ambassador to protest against a new influx of refugees fleeing clashes in the restive Rakhine state.
Bangladesh summons Myanmar envoy over new influx of refugees
Four GGP contracts were signed between the Embassy of Japan in the Islamic Republic of Iran and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in the area of medical and healthcare at a total amount of €222,459 by Mr. Toru Morikawa, Chargés d'Affaires ad interim of the Embassy of Japan to the Islamic Republic of Iran on 4 February 2019.
Four contracts signed between Japanese government, Iranian NGOs
Pakistan's relations with Iran are beyond just being neighbors, said Islamabad's ambassador to Tehran, adding developing trade and economic cooperation and strengthening cultural relations between the two states are among the priorities of her mission in Tehran.
Pakistani ambassador says strengthening trade with Iran a priority
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe praised the Bank of Japan’s ultra-loose monetary policy for helping create jobs, suggesting the government wasn’t unduly worried that inflation remains distant from the central bank’s two percent target.
Japan PM Abe defends BoJ's policy despite inflation woes
For generations, Chinese farmers have spared no efforts to increase the weight of their produce to boost profits, now they are turning in the opposite direction — making them slimmer.
Smaller farm produce gains popularity in China
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is likely to change its monetary policy stance to ‘neutral’ from ‘calibrated tightening’ on Thursday and move closer to a rate cut in April as inflation stays below the central bank’s four percent target.
India central bank seen changing stance, inching toward rate cut
South Korea imported 30.2 trillion won ($27.2 billion) worth of food last year, with the largest portion of those shipments coming from the US, data showed on Tuesday.
South Korea imports 30.2 trillion won worth of food in 2018

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