Tomorrow’s Outlook: 30 August 2013

by admin on August 29, 2013

  • Americas and Asia: All TPP countries except Japan are required to put 90 percent of their respective tariff lines on the negotiation table by this date.
  • Europe: US President Barack Obama will meet Baltic leaders for talks ahead of the G20 summit in Russia.
  • China: Anniversary of Britain’s reestablishment of its governance of Hong Kong, ending three years and seven months of Japanese occupation – 1945.
  • Cuba, Panama and North Korea: Report of the Experts of the Sanctions Committee of the UN Security Council inspecting the arms cargo found by Panamanian authorities in July aboard a North Korean ship is set to be released.
  • East Timor: Anniversary of residents voting for independence from Indonesia in a UN sponsored ballot – 1999.
  • Iran: Anniversary of the assassination of Iran’s president and prime minister when a bomb exploded in government offices in Tehran – 1981.
  • Kazakhstan: Anniversary of Kazakhstan’s adopting of its constitution – 1995.
  • Pakistan: Deadline set by PM Nawaz Sharif for the finalization of the draft of the government’s counter terror policy.
  • Philippines: National Heroes’ Day.
  • Sudan: South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir Mayardit will visit Sudan to hold talks with his Sudanese counterpart Omar al-Bashir.

Comments on this entry are closed.