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

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Spencer JE (1966) Shifting Cultivation in Southeastern Asia.
Hisense has production bases in South Africa, Algeria, Egypt, and sales offices in USA, Europe, Australia, Middle East, and Southeastern Asia.
Southeastern Asia and the Pacific host the largest share, with 24.
Global Rubber, Latex and Tire Expo's GRTE-DIGEST, a new bi-monthly magazine presenting the latest technology and industry news to rubber manufacturing markets in southern and southeastern Asia, will debut in early 2016 (see page 11).
Among the crucial factors determining the current status of the LNG market were highlighted the following: further growth of demand at promising markets of China, India and Southeastern Asia as well as the emergence of new LNG importers.
Turkey aims at developing bilateral relations with the countries in the Asia-Pacific region whose importance in international politics, in global economic and commercial terms is increasing as well as improving institutional cooperation with the regional cooperation organizations," the ministry said in the statement, adding, "To this end, Turkey became a party to the ASEAN Treaty of Amity and Cooperation (TAC) in 2010 as the first step to develop our institutional relations with the ASEAN, which occupies a pivotal position in Southeastern Asia.
The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) was established amidst the Cold War in 1967 in Bangkok, Thailand, to face the danger posed by communism on southeastern Asia.
Walking catfish (Clarias batrachus), named for its ability to move over land, are native to southeastern Asia and opportunistically forage on insects, tadpoles, and other fish.
Biznest has established worldwide data centres in China, South America, Europe and Southeastern Asia.
Regarding his future plans, Hajj Qab told SANA that he is currently on a tour in southeastern Asia during which he has visited Thailand and Malaysia, adding that he is going to visit the Lao People's Democratic Republic and Cambodia.
Record warmth was notable in much of northwestern Africa, coastal regions of southeastern South America, southwestern Australia, parts of the Middle East, and regions of southeastern Asia.
Zingiber officinale (Ginger) is a native herb of Southeastern Asia that has been widely cultivated abroad.
Subregional estimates for Eastern Africa (26%), Middle Africa (26%), Western Africa (24%), South Central Asia (15%) and Southeastern Asia (14%) were similar to the corresponding regional estimates; the analysts did not calculate subregional estimates for other areas because the sample represented less than half of each subregion's population.
While stressing on India's strategic importance, she said the US was eager for better relations between the South Asia giant and its neighbours in the West-- Pakistan and Afghanistan-- and central and southeastern Asia.
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