Southeast Asia

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a geographical division of Asia that includes Indochina plus Indonesia and the Philippines and Singapore

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Yet the silks themselves came either from Assam in India or south-eastern Asia.
One of the reasons was the fact that investors seek new less risky assets in certain regions, including the Near East and South-Eastern Asia.
In South-eastern Asia the risk is 1 in 290 and in developed countries, it is 1 in 3,800.
The association plans to organize, in the future, Tunisian-French and Tunisian-Italian meetings, in addition to establishing contacts with countries from South America, South-Eastern Asia and the Gulf to diversify partnership.
Dr Burrows concludes, 'The areas where species would need to relocate the fastest to stay ahead of climate changes are important biodiversity hotspots, such as the coral triangle in South-eastern Asia.
This coffee is made from berries that have been eaten by and passed through the digestive tract of the Asian palm civet, a rather jovial cat-cum-racoon-type thing usually found scratching itself up a tree in south-eastern Asia.
The deal, expected to close this month, is in line with Salamander Energya[euro](tm)s plans to access low cost, un-contracted gas resources in the high-demand region of south-eastern Asia, the UK company said.
The opposite holds for regions with low fertility and fewer births, as can be seen for Latin America and South-Eastern Asia.
1990 MMR 2008 MMR % change in MMR 1990-2008 WORLD TOTAL 400 260 -34 Developed regions 16 14 -13 Commonwealth of 68 40 -41 Independent States (CIS) Developing regions 450 290 -34 Africa 780 590 -25 Northern Africa 230 92 -59 Sub-Saharan Africa 870 640 -26 Asia 390 190 -52 Eastern Asia 110 41 -63 South Asia 590 280 -53 South-Eastern Asia 380 160 -57 Western Asia 140 68 -52 Latin America and the 140 85 -41 Caribbean Oceania 290 230 -22 Source.
Sukhoi president Vladimir Prissyashnyuk called the Kartika deal a breakthrough and said he hoped it would pave the way for further sales of the comparatively inexpensive plane in south-eastern Asia.
ISLAMABAD, June 25 -- The sharpest reductions in poverty worldwide continue to be recorded in Eastern and South-Eastern Asia, where the Millennium Development Goals target of halving extreme poverty has already been met, while most of Southern Asia is in danger of missing the target, says a United Nations progress report released on Thursday.
Kopi Luwak is made from coffee berries which have been eaten by and passed through the digestive tract of the Asian palm civet, a rather jovial cat-cum-racoon-type thing usually found scratching itself up a tree in south-eastern Asia.
2% annual decline and Northern Africa, South-Eastern Asia and Latin America and the Caribbean experienced relatively faster declines than sub-Saharan Africa.
Western Asia, 1 in 120; in South-Eastern Asia, 1 in 140; in Latin
In addition, India and China are large markets and the recent agreement between the Association of South-Eastern Asia Nations and China will create a free-exchange zone.
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