Asian Futures

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Asian Futures

A futures contract on a security issued by a company in East Asia. While some Asian economies are quite open for trade with foreigners, others are not.
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The social realist film had its world premiere at 30th Tokyo International Film Festival 2017 and won two awards--Best Asian Future Film Award and The Spirit of Asia Award by the Japan Foundation Asia Center.
It won the Best Asian Future Film award at the Tokyo International Film Festival in 2016.
The initiative's innovative approach takes advantage of Southeast Asia's "youth bulge" and works with a new generation to move beyond old attitudes and habits for a more dynamic and integrated US-Southeast Asian future.
The Russian diplomats and think tanks are following another extreme: they have a very pessimistic view of Central Asian future, consider those post-Soviet states as too weak, and ready to fall.
THe 22-year-old curly-haired young footballer is a rising sports-star in the region - FIFA named him one of the most promising Asian future players in 2013 and ESPN FC placed him first among its top 10 Asian players in 2012.
We need to look to an inter-related South Asian future where trade and cross border links flourish and bring prosperity to all our people.
This all because the author feels the future of the world is an Asian future.
Select members participated in global events such as the Asian Future Energy Forum 2012 in Singapore and the IEEE Technology Time Machine (TTM) 2012 in Dresden, Germany.
Its current strategy is to keep feeding European sport markets (principally the UK National Balancing Point) as a transitional step towards an Asian future.
The Energy Market Authority is very happy to have the Asian Future Energy Forum & Exhibition as one of the anchor events of the Singapore International Energy Week.
Clearly, Wal-Mart's Asian future rests with its two most-populous countries: Japan and China.
But Aso noted that his vision for the East Asian future is rooted in the ''deep sense of remorse and apology'' expressed officially by Japan over the damage and suffering it caused to the people of other Asian countries during the war.
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