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Singapore to ban domestic elephant ivory trade from 2021
Singapore will ban the domestic trade in ivory from September 2021, the government said on Monday, shutting the door to an important end-market for poached elephant ivory.
Turkey eases payment installment rules to spur domestic spending
Turkey eased rules on payment installments for various goods, the state-run Anadolu Agency reported, citing regulation published by the official gazette, which may spur domestic spending to support the economy.
Reuters poll: Japan's economy likely shrank in Q1 on weak domestic demand, exports
Japan’s economy likely contracted slightly in the first quarter as corporate and consumer spending weakened, a Reuters poll showed on Friday.
Report: Many women fleeing domestic abuse in England face poverty
Victims of domestic abuse in England face the choice of their families being plunged into homelessness and poverty, or staying with the abuser, a report found.
Report: Domestic abuse victims in UK should have priority for school places
Children in the UK whose families have had to move because of domestic violence should have priority for school places, said a charity report.
Japan January services PMI rises on pick-up in domestic demand
Japanese services sector activity rose in January due to a pick-up in domestic demand, a business survey showed on Tuesday, but there are growing worries that economic activity will weaken due to the US-Sino trade war.
Domestic abusers in UK may face lie-detector tests on release from prison
High-risk domestic abuse offenders in the UK could face mandatory lie-detector tests when released from prison under long-awaited proposals published on Monday.
UK’s domestic abuse victims left without support due to crime recording failures
The UK’s Police have have been ordered to improve the way they record crime after an inspection found domestic abuse survivors and other victims in the country were not being given support.
Minister: Iran cuts power to Iraq to meet domestic demand
Iran’s energy minister said rising energy consumption amid a suffocating heat wave forced the country to cut power exports to neighboring Iraq which is grappling with an electricity crisis.
President assures people of meeting domestic currency needs
President Hassan Rouhani on Sunday assured the Iranian people that the government owns sufficient foreign exchange reserves to meet their domestic currency needs.
Domestic technology, Iranain capital would disappoint enemies: Senior official
An Iranian security official said on Monday that employing domestic technology and Iranian capital will disappoint enemies, stop doing harm on the country's political independence, and counter the effects of sanctions.

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