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Raymond Fernand, 1893–1986, U.S. industrial designer, born in France.
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"US diplomatic strength in Asia is surpassed by China and almost equaled by Japan, which could have implications for upcoming US-DPRK denuclearization talks," Lowy Institute said.
M2 EQUITYBITES-April 20, 2018-SC Lowy Acquires Stake in Choeun Savings Bank from Yuil PE
Football Federation Australia chairman Frank Lowy was forced to defend his group's payment of AUS$500,000 to the Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (Concacaf), the regional football federation in North America.
The poll conducted by the Lowy Institute found that more than eight in 10 Australians still think the relationship with UK is "important," while 28 per cent value the connection.
The dialogue is convened by the Lowy Institute in partnership with the Australia India Institute and with prominent Indian think tank Observer Research Foundation.
Summary: Sydney: Australia's soccer chief Frank Lowy has warned Fifa not to rush a decision switching ...
Lowy is director of the legal action project at the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence.
With India and Pakistan testing nuclear-capable ballistic missiles this April, close on the heels of North Korea's unsuccessful test launch of a long-range rocket, a new report by the Sydney-based Lowy Institute for International Policy says it is Asian strategic mistrust that is holding back nuclear disarmament.
Those comments have been seized upon in certain sections of the media, while Football Federation Australia president Frank Lowy weighed in by saying: "We've got to accept those decisions, whingeing is not a trait we should follow."
Soccer federation boss Frank Lowy swore the report was "nonsense" but again hit out at the Australian Football League for their tough approach to stadium availability.
Michel Lowy, a former debt banker at Deutsche Bank AG (NYSE: DB) (DBK.DE), and his former colleague Soo Cheon Lee, have launched a boutique investment bank focused on Asian distressed and illiquid investments.
It was convened by the Lowy Institute for International Policy - an independent think-tank based in Sydney, Australia.