Targeted for their fins, oceanic whitetips are caught up by indiscriminate fishing techniques. Their global population has dropped 98 percent in the last 60 years, said Nick Dulvy, the study's senior author and a professor at Simon Fraser University (SFU). … [Read more...] about Dramatic shark decline leaves ‘gaping hole’ in ocean: study
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For countries that have yet to enter into a stable recovery period, FIs will be making a more conservative approach to overall investment and sustaining cashflow, but deprioritising investments in fraud technology could leave them unprepared for the potential rise in financial crime and fraud during financial hardship. FIs in Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, and the Philippines, which are seeing reinstatement or continued lockdowns in the country, may become even more hard-pressed for stronger fraud prevention technology to combat an increase in financial crime, as basic fraud systems may not adequately protect them against emerging and complex fraud typologies. … [Read more...] about GBG: Six predictions for the financial services and fraud landscape in 2021
He highly valued Viet Nam's efforts to improve competitiveness, investment and the business environment to attract FDI, saying that the success of Thai investors in Viet Nam in the next few years will largely depend on the continuation of the current investment policy and the support of the Vietnamese Government, and the country’s economic growth. … [Read more...] about Thai investors eye more investment opportunities in Viet Nam
ADB pointed out that after years of sluggish growth, Viet Nam’s corporate bond market had blossomed. Issuances grew at a compound annual growth rate of 40 per cent between 2012 and 2019, and outstanding issuances amounted to around 11.5 per cent of Viet Nam’s GDP – the fourth-highest in ASEAN, and further gains were likely. … [Read more...] about Corporate bond market forecast to be robust this year