Former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra's return to Thailand after 15 years in self-exile has come at a heavy political cost for his affiliated Pheu Thai Party. Their establishment of a "government of national reconciliation" has faced challenges due to their dependence on coalition partners and their loss of popularity among conservative and progressive voters.
Comparisons show that presidential candidate Hou Yu-ih's minimum wage proposal of $33,000 would result in faster growth than under current president Tsai Ing-wen. However, it is important for voters to demand a specific timeline for this increase.
President Tsai Ing-wen of Taiwan signed three bilateral contracts with Eswatini, including an agreement to help the country build an oil reserve.
Minister of Health and Welfare Hsueh Jui-yuan expressed concerns about budgeting and the potential generational wealth gap brought by KMT presidential candidate Hou You-yi’s newly proposed healthcare policy.
China’s economic indicators, including skyrocketing youth unemployment and declining GDP growth, are causing foreign companies and investors to lose interest.
Analysts view Hong Kong police’s act of questioning the relatives of exiled activists relatives as a “scare tactic” to deter them from engaging in activisms overseas.