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Go around the world in 180 days with Oceania Cruises in 2023 – Attractions Magazine

Posted: January 15, 2021 at 2:08 pm

Oceania Cruises has lined up the trip of a lifetime in their round-the-world-in-180-days maritime extravaganza for 2023, featuring luxury small ship Insignia.

Their genuine World Cruise will visit 33 countries on four continents, crossing an amazing 24 time zones, with 27 islands thrown in for good measure, in the full 180-day sailing that takes the idea of global traveling and puts it on a whole new scale.

The just-announced itinerary will see the 684-guest ship depart from San Diego on Jan. 15, 2023, and begin a voyage of discovery like no other.

Oceanias emphasis has always been on excursions that get to the heart of the culture, history, and cuisine of their ports of call, while also providing the ultimate in onboard comfort and pampering in an opulent, small-ship setting. Their latest offering, Around the World in 180 Days, whisks guests away on an unparalleled adventure, from the mysteries of Machu Picchu to the ice-clad bays of Antarctica, sailing three oceans and 14 seas while crossing the equator four times.

Bob Binder, president and chief executive officer of Oceania Cruises says, We now know how irreplaceable these experiences are, and cherish the privilege of travel more than ever. Travel connects us through shared experiences, creates lifelong bonds, and enriches us in ways we never would have imagined. That was the mindset that guided us in crafting this epic around-the-world voyage for our guests.

The number of ports alone96, some with multi-day staysis astonishing, and 61 of those ports feature UNESCO World Heritage sites. Add to that the opportunity to spend three full days cruising around Admiralty Bay, Paradise Bay, and Half Moon Island in Antarctica, and you know youre in for something truly spectacular.

Among the highlights are five included private shoreside events, each exclusive to guests making the full global circumnavigation:

Days at sea beg the use of poolside Balinese day beds for a bit of relaxation or reading, a rejuvenating spa treatment, or a laid-back putter around the upper deck putting green. And, of course, global wines and cuisine served to the highest standards is a hallmark of the onboard dining experience.

With each booking, guests can choose the additional perk of 64 free shore excursions, a free beverage package, or a free $6,400 shipboard credit.

All guests will enjoy Oceania Cruises Exclusive Prestige Package, which includes free first-class roundtrip airfare from more than two dozen select North American air gateways; pre-paid gratuities up to $8,200; onboard medical care, unlimited internet, and free laundry service; exclusive shoreside events; a free visa package; luggage delivery for guests from the U.S. and Canada; a one-night pre-cruise luxury hotel stay in the port of embarkation; and free roundtrip transfers within 50 miles from the cruise departure port.

Dont feel like flying to San Francisco for embarkation and departure? Those who would like an even longer cruise can start their adventure on Dec. 28, departing out of Miami. Extend it further with a return trip to Miami on July 29, or go for the full-blown experience and make New York your final destination on Aug. 2, for a lavish 218 days in total.

Tempt yourself with a browse through the full brochure, or contact your preferred travel agent. This itinerary opens for bookings on Jan. 27, 2021.

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Fast Retailing: Q1 revenue declines but operating profit up 23.3 percent – FashionUnited UK

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Consolidated revenue at Fast Retailing, totalled 619.7 billion yen, down 0.6 percent year-on-year, while operating profit totalled 113 billion yen, up 23.3 percent year-on-year driven by large increases in profit from Uniqlo operations in Japan and Greater China including Mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan, as well as rising profit and a strong overall performance from GU. On the other hand, the company said in a statement, Uniqlo operations in other parts of Asia & Oceania (including Southeast Asia, Australia, and India), North America, and Europe were hit especially hard by Covid-19, resulting in considerable declines in both revenue and profit. The first-quarter consolidated gross profit margin improved by 2.2 points to 52.4 percent, first-quarter pre-tax profit rose to 107.1 billion yen, up 5 percent and profit attributable to owners of the parent declined to 70.3 billion yen or 0.7 percent.

Uniqlo Japan, the company added, reported a rise in revenue and a significant increase in profit in the first quarter, with revenue reaching 253.8 billion yen, up 8.9 percent and operating profit rising to 60 billion yen, up 55.8 percent, while first quarter same-store sales increased by 7.3 percent year-on-year. The company reported strong sales of products such as loungewear and Heattech blankets that fulfilled customer demand for stay-at-home items and Ultra Stretch Active Pants and other items in the sports utility wear range along with haori-style jackets, smart ankle pants, and other fall winter ranges also sold well. Additionally, +J collection with designer Jil Sander, collaborative Peanuts products, and AIRism masks also contributed to the rise in sales.

The companys e-commerce sales expanded strongly, with online sales rising to 36.7 billion yen, up 48.3 percent in the first quarter. Uniqlo Japans gross profit margin improved by 3.8 points on the back of a sharp reduction in discounting rates, and rising productivity that helped reduce the cost of sales.

Uniqlo Internationals revenue fell to 260.6 billion yen, down 7.2 percent, while operating profit rose to 41.4 billion yen, up 9.5 percent fuelled by a significant increase in profit at Uuniqlo Greater China, especially in Mainland China and Taiwan, and a shift from an operating loss to an operating gain at Uniqlo South Korea. In sharp contrast, the company said, other parts of Asia & Oceania, North America, and Europe were hit harder than expected by Covid-19, resulting in a large decline in first-quarter profit.

The GU business segment reported increases in both revenue and profit in the first quarter, with revenue climbing to 76.5 billion yen, up 4.9 percent and operating profit expanding to 13.6 billion yen, up 9.9 percent, while same-store sales increased on strong sales of the sweat-style knitwear that featured in the TV commercials and advertising campaigns, double-faced sweatshirts and chefs pants that successfully captured mass fashion trends, and loungewear that fulfilled stay-at-home customer needs. GUs gross profit margin declined by 0.6 point

Global Brands reported a large decline in revenue and a slight operating loss in the first quarter. Revenue totalled 28 billion yen, down 22.3 percent and the segment generated an operating loss of 0.2 billion yen compared to a 1.8 billion yen profit recorded in the first quarter of fiscal 2020. Theory fashion label reported large declines in both revenue and profit as performance worsened in the United States, Europe, and Japan in the face of Covid-19, while sales of Japan-based PLST brand did return to previous year levels through October, but first-quarter revenue and profit both declined overall following a rise in Covid-19 infections in November. France-based Comptoir Des Cotonniers brand reported a large decline in revenue and a wider operating loss after temporarily closure of all stores in France for approximately one month from the end of October.


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Fiji misses opportunity to host international Archery event – FBC News

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The Oceania Archery Championship and Continental qualifying tournament that was scheduled for Fiji has been cancelled.

World Archery Oceania has made the call as Australia and New Zealand pulled out of the tournament.

This is due to the difficulties both countries are facing with the COVID-19 pandemic with travel restrictions, border closures and long quarantine processes.

Archery Fiji President George Fong says while the cancellation is unfortunate, it was a decision they were expecting as it was postponed twice last year.

We knew this was a possibility that it might happen. What this means for the Olympic quota spots that were up for grab, those will be returned to the World body and they will be reassigned to Oceania countries that have not currently received quota spots.

This means all archers will have to qualify through ranking.

Fiji was to host the tournament in Albert Park in Suva, where more than 100 archers from Oceania were expected to compete.

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When will cruising resume in 2021? Here’s the good news… – Cruise Passenger

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Its the question on every cruisers lips: when will cruising start again in our region?

And the answer may come as a pleasant surprise: Ponant already has journeys slated to start next month in New Zealand, and is fervently hoping that will open up the Kimberley here in Australia.

Coral Expeditions is expanding, with new voyages this month, including the Great Australian Bight.

The cruise lines flagship Coral Adventurer will return to operations from Cairns later this January after a 10-month hiatus, having recently completed an eight-voyage season alongside Coral Discoverer on the Great Barrier Reef.

Our own home-based line P&O Australia is scheduled to begin sailing from Sydney on 30 April 2021 while Pacific Encounter is due to call Brisbane home from 7 May 2021, though both of these dates depend on the Australian government indicating it is lifting its ban on foreign flagged cruise ships.

Vessels take up to 12 weeks to prepare for sailing and crews would need to quarantine in Australia before accepting guests.

And while flights overseas are yet to be approved, MSC and Costa are restarting in the Mediterranean, and Royal Caribbeans Quantum of the Seas and Dream Cruises World Dream is sailing in Singapore.

Here is a list of when all of the ocean cruise lines are set to start.

NCL announced it would be extending its global pause of cruise voyages at the beginning of December 2020. The suspension applies to all embarkations between 1 January and 31 March 2021. The extension of the pause is in accordance with the requirements of the Framework for Conditional Sailing Order issued by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

In a statement, NCLH said it will, On Oct. 30, 2020, the CDC issued the Framework for Conditional Sailing Order, a roadmap for the steps required for resumption of cruise voyages in the U.S. As we work through our return to service plan to meet these requirements, we will continue to partner with global and domestic authorities, including the CDC, to chart a path forward. In the meantime, our voluntary suspension of global cruise voyages currently includes all sailings through March 31, 2021. Given the fluid and evolving nature of the circumstances, we are making decisions as quickly and thoughtfully as possible, continuing to keep our guests and travel partners best interests at heart.

Oceania Cruises listed 30 departures across five ships that are impacted by the cruise pause. Below are voyages that are affected.

Oceania Cruises said: To make up for the inconvenience of this suspension, guests who are currently booked on voyage departures noted above that are paid in full with cash funds (credit card, check, bank wire) will automatically receive a Future Cruise Credit worth 125% of the cruise fare paid.

At Oceania Cruises, the health, safety and well-being of our guests, crew and the communities we visit have always been and remain our highest priority. Given the continued global efforts to combat the spread of the global COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, we are extending our suspension of voyages to include all voyage departures from 1st January 2021 through 31st March 2021 plus select April voyage departures, said an Oceania spokesperson.

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Guests who have bookings with luxury line Regent Seven Seas have been asked to contact their travel agents or the cruise line about cancelled voyages. The line plans to recommence operations on voyages embarking after 12 April 2021.

The line has extended its Regent Reassurance policy to include all reservations made by 31 January 2020.

On Regent Seven Seas Cruises voyages embarking through 31 October 2021, guests who have paid in full have the option to cancel up to 15 days* prior to departure date and receive a 100 per cent Future Cruise Credit, which can be applied to any new reservation within one year on any Regent voyage sailing before 31 December 2022.

The safety, security and well-being of our guests, crew and communities we visit has always been and remains our highest priority. We are closely monitoring the evolving COVID-19 global pandemic and its significant impact on communities and ports worldwide. We have extended our voluntary suspension of global cruise voyages as we work through our return to service plan to meet the requirements of the Framework for Conditional Sailing Order issued by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The suspension now includes all Regent Seven Seas Cruises voyages embarking between January 1 through March 31, 2021 aboard Seven Seas Splendor, Seven Seas Explorer, Seven Seas Voyager and Seven Seas Navigator. This is in addition to all voyages embarking through April 30, 2021 aboard Seven Seas Mariner. We will continue to work in tandem with global government and public health authorities and our Healthy Sail Panel expert advisors to take all necessary measures to protect guests, crew and the communities visited, said a Regent Seven Seas spokesperson.

We understand the inconvenience and frustration that this disruption may cause our loyal guests and valued travel partners during these evolving, unprecedented and challenging times. We appreciate their continued understanding as we partner with local, state, federal and global agencies to do our part to combat the spread of the virus.

Guests who are currently booked on cancelled voyages are asked to contact their travel advisor or Regent Seven Seas Cruises for more information.

Princess Cruises announced earlier it would be extending its cruise pause until 14 May 2021 for itineraries sailing out of the U.S. There is also a temporary seven-day cap on itineraries that call at U.S. ports.

The cruise operations impacted include the following:

Additionally, due to the uncertainty about when international travel restrictions might be lifted, Princess Cruises is extending its pause in operations for cruises departing in and out of Japan through 25 June 2021.

Guests currently booked on these cancelled voyages will have the option to receive a refundable Future Cruise Credit (FCC) equivalent to 100% of the cruise fare paid plus an additional non-refundable bonus FCC equal to 25% of the cruise fare paid.

Australian-based Carnival Cruise Line announced it would be cancelling Carnival Splendor sailings through to and including 19 April 2021 and voyages on Carnival Spirit sailings through to and including 12 June 2021.

For those booked on sailings of six nights or more, Carnival are offering 100 per cent Future Cruise Credits as well as $900 onboard credit per stateroom if you book before 30 September 2021 for sailings by 30 April 2023.

For those booked on sailings of five nights or less, you are eligible to get a 100 per cent Future Cruise Credit as well as $450 onboard credit per stateroom if you book before 30 September 2021 for sailings by 30 April 2023.

Alternatively, you can opt for 100 per cent refund.

Another Aussie based fleet, P&O Cruises Australia will not resume cruising in New Zealand until July 2022. The line which had ships based in Auckland will return for a dedicated 150-day season next year.

In Australia, Pacific Adventure is currently scheduled to begin sailing from Sydney on 30 April 2021 while Pacific Encounter is due to call Brisbane home from 7 May 2021 although additional voyages may be added earlier, depending on the timing of the return of cruising in Australia.

P&O Cruises

Holland America Line has extended its cruise pause until 20 April 2021 which includes Alaska, Mexican Rivera, Pacific Coast, Caribbean, Mediterranean as well as Canada/New England departures.

Cruises impacted by this pause in operation are:

All cruise departures through April 30, 2021.

In December, Cunard updated its policy and has temporarily stopped selling cruises eight days and longer which call at a U.S. port that depart between 1 January and 1 November 2021.

Cunard has further extended its pause in operations to departures up to and including 28 May 2021 for Queen Mary 2 and up to and including 4 June 2021 for Queen Elizabeth. Queen Victorias programme remains unaffected and she is scheduled to resume sailings on 17 May 2021.

Cunard in New Zealand

Luxury line Seabourn announced in November last year it would be cancelling sailings until November 2021.

The cancellation announcement applies to select itineraries onSeabourn OdysseyandSeabourn Quest. Specific details are as follows:

Were fully committed to meeting the requirements necessary to bring guests back to our ships, including those issued by the CDC,said Josh Leibowitz, president of Seabourn. Our team is grateful for the continued support we are seeing from guests, the travel advisor community, our partners and everyone with an interest in the hundreds of destinations we visit. Stay tuned for releases of alternative voyage options in the months ahead as conditions permit.

Guests with impacted cruiseswill automatically be cancelled and all guests will receive Bonus Future Cruise Credits. They can also request a full refund of monies paid to Seabourn.

This week, Royal Caribbean announced it would be extending its cruise pause until May. In a statement on their website, it says, After further consulting with our partners at Cruise Lines International Association and in conjunction with the CDC, we have decided to extend the suspension of sailings for our global fleet for all sailings throughApril 30th, 2021 excluding sailings onboard Quantum of the Seas in Singapore and Spectrum of the Seas in China. Our plan is to resume further operation inMay.

Royal Caribbean South Pacific

With its sister brand, Celebrity Cruises also announced it would be extending its cruise pause. The line is extending the suspension of all sailings departing between 1 March and 30 April 2021 along with the Apex Transatlantic sailing of 5/1/21 and the 2021 Europe Season for Edge and Constellations sailings departing May October 2021

Azamara has taken the decision to extend the suspension of global operations for all sailings departing on or before April 30, 2021. The ships will be back in operation as per below.All voyages prior to these dates are cancelled.

Azamara Quest will now start the Europe season with her originally scheduled 14-night Black Sea sailing roundtrip from Piraeus, (Athens), Greece.

Azamara Journey will now start the Europe season with her originally scheduled 6-night Amalfi & Adriatic Wonders voyage from Civitavecchia, (Rome), Italy to Venice, Italy.

Azamara Pursuit will continue to start the Europe season with a series of new Greece Intensive voyages sailing roundtrip from Athens (Piraeus), Greece.

Azamara Quest Ship

Silversea, the luxury brand under the Royal Caribbean Group has also extended its pause and will resume its operations depending on the ship.

Booked guests on cancelled voyages will receive up to 110% cruise fare refund in the form of a Future Cruise Credit (FCC), which can be applied on any future cruise commencing no later than one year after the expiry date and its valid two years from issuance. This is an incredible value to enhance the future cruise by choosing a longer itinerary or upgrading the stateroom category.Future Cruise Credits are transferable to family and friends and can be used partially and applied on more than one new booking.

One of the first off, the blocks, MSC Cruises resumed sailing over the European summer. But with the worsening situation in Europe, the cruise line temporarily paused the operation of MSC Grandiosa from 20 December and are looking to restart the MSC Magnifica on 14 February 2020.

At this present time and until further notice, MSC will only welcome guests who are residents inSchengencountries(Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Germany, Estonia, Greece, Spain, France, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Hungary, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Austria, Poland, Portugal, Slovenia, Slovakia, Finland, Sweden and Switzerland).

MSC Divina

Luxury expedition line Ponant has ceased sailing in northern Europe until next year. Ponant has been sailing since July with over 60 sailings from France, Iceland, Croatia and Norway on four ships.

All guests and crew members must have a signed doctors medical form, complete a health questionnaire and undergo a health check and screening by the ships medical staff. Restaurant layouts have been changed and offer only contactless dining options and occupancy of amenities like theatres are capped at 50 per cent.

Ponant will resume cruising in New Zealand in February for only Kiwi residents.

The bespoke small ship company which is based in Tahiti announced this week it would suspend cruise departures up to April 7 2021.

Guests entering French Polynesia must have proof of a negative COVID-19 test carried out within three days prior to international air departure. The results of this test must be negative and the medical document confirming this, issued by a doctor, hospital or medical clinic must be presented to airline staff upon check-in prior to boarding the flight to French Polynesia.

Dream Cruises paused its operations in February 2020 but resumed its sailings in July in Taiwan and November 2020 in Singapore.

The luxury cruise line which is owned by Genting Cruise Line hopes to resume its cruise operations in May.

Hurtigrutens Original Coastal Voyage has continued sailing throughout 2020, continuing over 127 years of service along the Norwegian coast.

Five ships are currently sailing this route offering domestic tourists full coastal sailing services.

The Original Coastal voyages will continue throughout 2021.

Whilst voyages to Antarctica are cancelled for the current season through to March 2021, the next season 2021/22 sailings have been released, with the first Antarctica expedition cruises commencing from October 2021.

There are a number of expedition itineraries aboard MS Fram, MS Fridtjof Nansen and MS Roald Amundsenthat are cancelled through May 2021. Expedition sailings aboard MS Trollfjord are cancelled entirely.

Hurtigruten is seeing bookings from Australians for the following itineraries

SeaDream Yacht Club

SeaDream restarted operations from Barbados in November but was forced to pause until the end of 2020 following a COVID outbreak onboard. The line will resume in Europe in May 2021.

The Australian tour company which has expedition and river ships has extended its cruise pause to 30 April 2021. Scenic is following the Australian Government travel restrictions on international travel, border and attraction closures.

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Preventions no-sail order applies to ships with more than 250 passengers and crew. UnCruise was exempt from this order and started sailing on a number of voyages. As the COVID situation worsened, the line suspended its season.

The cruise line expects to resume operations in April 2021.

Viking last year, extended the suspension of its ocean and river cruises until 1 February 2021.

The line has also cancelled some sailings further into 2021 because of regional complexities.

Viking was the first cruise line to temporarily suspend its ocean and river cruises in March at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.

As our chairman (Torstein Hagen) has said before, we will only sail again when it is safe for our guests, our crew and the communities we visit. It is in that spirit that we are extending our temporary fleetwide suspension of scheduled departures through January 31 2021. We are also cancelling additional sailings further into 2021 because of regional complexities, said Michelle Black, managing director Viking Cruises in a letter to customers in Australia and New Zealand.

Sir Richard Bransons cruise line, Virgin Voyages, was due to launch in 2020. But with the pandemic, the official launch of the lines first ship, the Scarlett Lady appears to be sailing from May 2021.

While the cruise line has not put out an official statement on the cruise pause, on the lines website, passengers are only able to book from May 2021.

The lines second ship, the Valiant Ladys Mediterranean season has been postponed until 2022.


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Australia’s Reading of the US Strategic Framework for the Indo-Pacific – The Diplomat

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The recent declassification of a sensitive national security document by the Trump administration revealed a U.S. strategy in the Indo-Pacific focused on maintaining U.S. strategic primacy, countering Chinese predatory economic practices, preventing China from establishing illiberal spheres of influence with the support of Australia, Japan, and South Korea, and accelerating Indias rise as a major defense partner so that it can act as a counterbalance to China.

The 10-page document, titled U.S. Strategic Framework for the Indo-Pacific, formally classified as SECRET and not for release to foreign nationals, was compiled in 2018 and was expected to remain classified until 2043. The Trump administration released the document late on January 13, potentially in an attempt to regain some form of authority amid the political turmoil in Washington, or perhaps the document was released by senior officials with the aim of encouraging the incoming administration to stay engaged in the Indo-Pacific region.

In any case, the report proves that behind the posturing of U.S. President Donald Trump, there are in policy professionals pursuing a more serious agenda.

The reason for its release aside, as Rory Medcalf, head of the National Security College at the Australian National University, noted the document will be of long-term interest and warrant close readingTheres plenty to report and debate in almost every line.

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Australia is noted in the document not nearly as often as Japan, South Korea, or India, but that likely underscores the already secure relations between the two countries. In fact, China has tagged Australia as Americas deputy sheriff.

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While Australia may be viewed as Americas sidekick, the authors of the U.S. document appear to have taken advice from earlier Australian reports and policy decisions, including Australias decision to ban Chinese participation in the rollout of 5G and on legislation countering Chinese foreign interference operations.

Washington sources familiar with the development of the strategy told ABCs 730 program, which received a leak of the document before it was officially released, that the White House was closely watching what Australia was doing in the region and incorporated lessons directly from [former Prime Minister Malcolm] Turnbull and his ministers into the strategy.

One compelling conclusion we can draw from this strategic framework is that its an alliance-driven strategy, said Medcalf. In some ways, the strategy is a vision of American fellowship, rather than American leadership.

The document details how the U.S. sought to create a quadrilateral security framework with India, Japan, Australia, and the United States and deepen trilateral cooperation with Japan and Australia.

On this, the Trump administration succeeded. Last November, Australia, for the first time since 2007, participated in the annual Malabar naval exercise, alongside the U.S., India, and Japan. Overall, India, Japan, Australia, and the United States have become increasingly important economic and security partners in recent years.

On many other objectives noted in the document, however, the Trump administration has failed. For one, the document states the importance of Southeast Asia, yet Trump routinely snubbed ASEAN summits. In 2019, many ASEAN leaders boycotted meetings with the United States after Trump sent a low-level delegation in his place.

On the Trans-Pacific Partnership, which would have been the largest trade deal in the world, Trump withdrew the U.S., despite months of painstaking efforts by ASEAN leaders. Singapores Prime Minister Lee Hsian Loong rhetorically asked Trump at the time, How can anyone believe in you anymore? Trump also threatened to withdraw troops from Japan and South Korea and routinely threatened trade action against regional allies that had trade surpluses with the United States.

For Australia, the Trump administrations efforts in the Indo-Pacific have led to some wins and losses. While Australia was undoubtedly blindsided by Trumps approach to international institutions and his disregard for regional allies, Australia can be thankful for the Trump administration placing special emphasis on Oceania, Australias backyard. Under Trump, the National Security Council appointed its first-ever director for Oceania Affairs, while high-level meetings were held between U.S. officials and leaders of Pacific Island nations, such as Micronesia and Palau.

Another objective for the United States, according to the document, was to strengthen the capabilities of Australia to counter Chinas economic aggression, but Trumps assault on the World Trade Organization (WTO) undermined Australias ability to do just that.

Australia is currently facing a broad economic assault from China, its largest trade partner, including tariffs on Australian wine, beef, sugar, and timber imports and halted imports of Australian coal. The sanctions have so far affected one-third of all Australian exports to China.

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Australia sought to take the issue to the WTO, but the U.S. has shut down the disputes settlement mechanism by continually blocking new judges from joining the WTOs Appellate Body, which would ordinarily deal with the China-Australia dispute. The U.S. has also sought to block the appointment of a new WTO director-general.

Former Australian Prime Minister Turnbull said the document was a very clear-eyed thoughtful statement of Americas strategic priorities in the Indo-Pacific but was not always consistently followed through by President Trump, who was a very erratic operator on the international stage.

One of the truly bipartisan views held in Washington is concern about an increasingly powerful China. Therefore, its expected that the Indo-Pacific may be one of the few areas of policy where the Biden administration does not stray too far from Trumps own efforts. So, with the U.S. Indo-Pacific strategy closely resembling Australias own foreign policy, Australia can only hope that the incoming administration follows the blueprint more closely than the outgoing and with fewer disruptions along the way.

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Here’s What We Think About Oceania Healthcare’s (NZSE:OCA) CEO Pay – Yahoo Finance

Posted: January 13, 2021 at 4:19 pm


I'm a nosy person, so I elbowed my millennial colleague, Jessa, in the next cube over, and asked her, "Pssst... How much do you save for retirement per year?"Instead of ignoring me, she furtively Slacked me all of her financial details (it was like a giant ice cream sundae for a finance nerd): * Jessa, at 28, still owes $15,000 in student loans, and her husband, who is 30, still owes $20,000. * They owe $12,000 on their car loans. * Jessa and her husband have a $200,000 mortgage. * She currently saves $0 toward her retirement plan. (Sorry, but that's not enough, friend.) * She and her husband need help from Facet Wealth -- a virtual full-service financial planning service with dedicated certified financial planners.According to a survey by Bank of America, a surprising 16% of millennials between the ages of 24 and 38 now have at least $100,000 saved for retirement.Whooo hooo! That's cause for celebration. But what about Jessa? What does she need to do to get out of debt and save enough for retirement?Why Millennials Struggle to Save for Retirement Why do millennials like Jessa struggle to save for retirement? 1. Housing costs: The No. 1 response (37%) for millennials is the cost of housing, according to the Retirement Pulse Survey. 2. Supporting family members financially: Millennials often support extended family members with their income. This doesn't even involve the amount you need to save to put kids through college -- remember, financial aid doesn't cover everything. 3. Not enough income: The State of Our Money shares that more than half of millennials (55%) don't have a retirement savings account, such as a 401(k) or IRA. About 46% said unemployment was to blame. 4. Student loan debt: As of September 2017, the average graduate from the class of 2016 owed more than $37,000 in student loan debt, according to Student Loan Hero. "Yep, yep and yep," she said, when I showed her these numbers. "We hit three of these four categories. I just can't afford to put money in my retirement account right now."What My Millennial Colleague Needs to Do -- and Here's What You Can Do, Too! Feel like the percentages stack against you? Here's what to do next.Tip 1: Analyze interest rates. As soon as I said the words "interest rate," Jessa flopped over in her desk chair and pretended to fall asleep.I knew Jessa and her husband refinanced their home this past fall, and I asked her about their interest rates. She was paying only 3% on their home and student loans. I suggested asking Facet Wealth if they should invest in retirement more aggressively than pay down debt on their loans. (It's what I would vote for!) On the flip side, if you have high interest rates on your own student loans, I'd suggest asking Facet Wealth about paying off debt if your loans carry a higher rate than your investments earn before taxes. Tip 2: Consolidate those student loans -- but there's a catch. Consider consolidating student loan payments only if you can lower your payment without stretching out your loan term. In Jessa's case, she could use the extra money to start compounding her retirement savings.Tip 3: Get cracking on that retirement plan. Jessa must save at least 10% of her income. It's the rule of thumb cited by most financial advisors and other money experts. If Jessa doesn't want to struggle to keep her head above water after retirement, she needs to invest 10% of her income each year. And none of this "invest just enough to get the employer match" crap. In most cases, that's not enough retirement savings for most people and it won't scratch the surface toward creating a hefty nest egg. Tip 4: To get really rich, invest at least 15%. If Jessa wants to get really rich as a passive investor, she'll invest at least 15% of her income. She won't get Warren Buffett rich, of course, but if she wants at least $1 million in liquid assets beyond her home value, she'll shoot for saving 15%.That goes for anyone who invests for retirement. Tip 5: Never, ever borrow from your retirement plan. You can lend yourself money from your retirement account, but it's not a good idea. Jessa's retirement plan is off limits, and so is yours. Assume that money is in lockdown. Period.Why? * You lose compounded growth on your earnings. * You repay the loan with after-tax money, which means the interest you pay will get taxed again when you withdraw it at retirement (unless you borrow from a Roth 401(k). * If you leave your job, you'll have to repay the loan, typically within 60 days of leaving. If you can't, you'll owe taxes on the balance and a 10% penalty as well if you're under 55.You don't want to mess with all that.Tip 5: Take time to review what options are best for you. Once you've got retirement savings under control, you may want to take a look at other potential opportunities. Maybe Jessa and her husband want to dive into real estate investing or get cracking on several side hustles. Whatever it is, she needs to make sure it's worth her time and energy and can contribute toward her long-term goals.Tip 6: Do your own research. Jessa is a proud graduate of a liberal arts college, which means she's a lifelong learner. Here's another thing she'll do to maximize her success: She'll read everything she can get her hands on. She'll research funds and options within her 401(k), read investing books, books about real estate, articles about destroying debt and more. She'll absorb blog posts, listen to podcasts and develop her own investing philosophy. She'll be her own advocate when it comes to her own needs, risk tolerance and more, and you can, too.How Much Retirement Money Should You Aim to Save? Jessa is 28, but millennials span a wide range of ages -- from 24 to 38. Check out the rules of thumb for savings at each age.Savings Goal for Your 20s Accumulate 25% of your overall gross pay during your twenties. You might need to lower this amount if you've amassed a giant amount of student loan debt. Savings Goal for Your 30s Have at least one year of salary saved by the time you turn 30. If Jessa makes $100,000, she should have $100,000 saved. Savings Goal for Ages 35 to 40 Those of you on the mid-thirties end of the millennial spectrum should have double your annual salary saved. You should have four times your yearly salary saved if you're 40. Steps to Get There If she's serious about getting out of debt and saving enough for retirement, Jessa must do these three things.Step 1: Get started. This article won't help -- if she (or you) do nothing about it. You must take action if you truly want to save enough and get out of debt. It takes time and discipline and not even very much money per month (depending on your age).Step 2: Invest aggressively, automatically. Two facts: * If you start at 24, you can have $1 million at age 69. All you need to do is save $35 per month -- and get a 10% return on your investments. Save more, and you'll become a millionaire more quickly. * If you start at 40, you can save $1 million by saving $561 per month, assuming a 10% return. I informed Jessa that since she has $0 saved for retirement at this point, she can start saving at least $158.15 per month for 40 years with a 10% return and still be able to become a millionaire.$158.15 -- that's the cost of a pair of new shoes each month, I informed her. Get Facet Wealth on Your Side Nobody ever says, "Be your own doctor." Why would you assume, then, that you should be your own financial advisor (unless you're a financial analyst or advisor)?You need Facet Wealth, which can help you achieve a more prosperous life by helping you work with a dedicated CFP Professional at an affordable price.Jessa informed me that she'd signed up for our company retirement plan and also made a plan for getting out of debt the very next day.I bought her a cupcake and set it on her desk. It was cause for celebration.See more from Benzinga * Click here for options trades from Benzinga * 8 Must-Know Tips for Getting a Background Check on Your Work-from-Home Employee * 2021 Crypto Preview: Here's What's Coming Next(C) 2021 Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.

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Fort Collins, Colorado Report on North America And Oceania Industrial Hemp Market effectively provides key characteristics of the global investment market, population analysis, companies planning mergers and acquisitions, and concerned or new vendors in the review of research institutes reputable global markets. The North America And Oceania Industrial Hemp Report by QY Research describes the comprehensive market study covering overview, production, manufacturers, dimensions, revenue, price, consumption, growth rate, sales, import, sourcing, export, future plans and technological advancement for the detailed study of the North America And Oceania Industrial Hemp Market. Although it allows inexpensive reports readily available, tailor-made research by a team of experts. This report primarily focuses on the consumer and retail sectors.

North America and Oceania industrial hemp market garnered a revenue of USD 3.10 billion in the year 2019 globally and has been foreseen to yield USD 12.82 billion by the year 2027 at a compound annual growth (CAGR) of 23.2% over the forecast period.

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England won the Grand Slam in a delayed finish to the 2020 Women's Six Nations, completing their fixtures in November

The 2021 Women's Six Nations will be delayed - but organisers are aiming for a spring or summer start.

Full details are expected by the end of January, with the men's Six Nations set to start as planned in February.

Ireland, Scotland and Italy's Women's Six Nations fixtures may double as 2021 World Cup qualification matches given none of the three have yet secured a place at the tournament.

The Under-20 Six Nations has also been delayed until later in 2021.

Like the women's tournament, it would normally run at the same time as the men's Six Nations.

The news comes after the Rugby Football Union told BBC Sport last week it had "concerns" about the tournament because of complications around planning. England are the competition's only fully professional side.

Organisers say they are "fiercely committed to the promotion and development of rugby at all levels, particularly the women's game, where we see exciting opportunity for growth".

With the men's Six Nations set to go ahead on its original dates, despite concerns around French participation, it would give the women's tournament an opportunity to step out of the men's shadow.

The World Cup starts in New Zealand on 18 September and there are still three places to be filled, with 12 countries in contention to secure them.

There are six European countries trying to win places, with Spain, Russia and the Netherlands still needing to complete the 2020 Rugby Europe Championship.

The winner of this will join Italy, Ireland and Scotland in a European qualification tournament that was originally scheduled to take place in December 2020, but was postponed amid coronavirus concerns. The winner will get a place at the World Cup in Pool B, while the runner-up will have one last chance to qualify through the repechage.

The winner of the Asia Rugby Women's Championship 2020 will also head to the World Cup and join Pool B. Hong Kong, Japan and Kazakhstan have been given dates in March to play this event in Hong Kong. The runner-up will head to the repechage.

Either Kenya or Colombia will also head into the repechage after a play-off match. Kenya earned their place in this game by coming second in the 2019 Rugby Africa Women's Cup while Colombia were South America champions.

Samoa are to represent Oceania in the repechage.

World Rugby is yet to announce plans for all the unscheduled games, however moving so many predominately amateur teams across international borders will be complex.

It is thought that using world rankings to award the final places will be a back-up plan if all the fixtures cannot be completed.

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NZ Football chief executive Andrew Pragnell says it wants qualifying for the 2022 Fifa World Cup to begin as soon as possible.

The All Whites could play at home for the first time in almost four years in June, if Oceania qualifying for the 2022 Fifa World Cup is able to get underway and New Zealand Football is successful with its bid to host the initial matches.

Qualifying was originally scheduled to start in September 2020, but the Covid-19 pandemic and its impact on international travel and borders made that impossible, and the latest word from the Oceania Football Confederation was that it would not start before June 2021.

In a statement in November, OFC said it would work with Fifa to agree upon the World Cup qualifying process and will continue to collaborate with its Member Associations to determine the best steps forward.

NZ Football chief executive Andrew Pragnell said the organisation was eager to host matches in June after acknowledging there wasnt likely to be anything for the All Whites before then and hoped qualifying would be able to begin sooner, rather than later.

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We're strong advocates that the men's qualification pathway has to get away as soon as possible, within all the health and safety requirements that we have to manage.

OFC are obviously interested in that as well, and we think New Zealand would be a great place to host a tournament to get that pathway underway in 2021.

If we leave that to 2022, it puts enormous challenges on whoever the OFC qualifier is for the intercontinental playoff, so thats a really big focus for us, working with the OFC and our Government to see if we can make that happen.

The All Whites last played at home in November 2017, when they hosted Peru in the first leg of the intercontinental playoff for the 2018 World Cup in Russia, and are seeking to qualify for the World Cup for the third time under coach Danny Hay.


Phoenix recruit Clayton Lewis hopes to play his way back into the All Whites.

While the format of Oceania qualifying is yet to be finalised, the best team from the region will have to win an intercontinental playoff in June 2022 to secure their place in the 32-team event in Qatar in November and December that year.

The start of qualification for the 2022 World Cup is one of two major international mens football events on the horizon in 2021, Covid-19 permitting.

The other is the Tokyo Olympics, still scheduled to start in July, where the Hay-coached OlyWhites are scheduled to take part in the mens football tournament, which is for teams made up predominantly of under-24 players (those born since January 1, 1997).

2021 will be a quieter year than usual, however, after Fifa announced on Christmas Day [NZ time] that the Under-17 and Under-20 World Cups scheduled to take place in 2021 would be cancelled due to the challenges posed by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Participation in those tournaments has often helped young Kiwi footballers secure moves overseas All Whites midfielder Joe Bell signing for Viking in Norway is one recent example and their cancellation in 2021 could hurt some players professional prospects.

All Whites and Wellington Phoenix midfielder Clayton Lewis played at the 2013 Under-17 World Cup and the 2015 and 2017 Under-20 World Cups, and said this week it would be tough for those lads who were wanting to go to those tournaments.

It was a big opportunity for me to be on the world stage and to showcase what Im about.

I was lucky enough to play in two under-20 World Cups and that helped with my move to England [when he signed with Scunthorpe United in 2017].

It will be tough for those boys, but theyve got to look at the bright side and know that there will be opportunities elsewhere, whether it be with the under-23s or just with their clubs.

Everyones looking at New Zealanders nowadays, so theyre going to get opportunities regardless.

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Chapter 01 Executive Summary

The report initiates with the executive summary of the Manual Resuscitator Market, which includes a snapshot of key findings and statistics. It also includes market size and revenue distribution of market segments of the market.

Chapter 02 Market Overview

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Chapter 03 Key Market Trends

This chapter highlights the key trends impacting the growth of the Manual Resuscitator Market over the forecast period. It also helps reader to understand both supply side and demand side trends of the market.

Chapter 04 Key Success Factors

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Chapter 05 Manual Resuscitator Market Demand (Size in US$ Mn) Analysis 2015-2019 and Forecast, 2020-2030

This section highlights the global market pricing analysis. It helps readers to understand the pricing variation of whole slide scanner in various geographies.

Chapter 06 Market Background

This chapter explains the key macroeconomic factors, drivers, restraints, and opportunity analysis along with current COVID-19 impact that are expected to influence growth of the Manual Resuscitator Market over the forecast period. Moreover, in-depth information about the market dynamics and their impact on the market have been provided in the successive section.

Chapter 07 Global Manual Resuscitator Market Analysis 2015-2019 and Forecast 2020-2030, By Product Type

This section explains the global market value analysis and forecast for the Manual Resuscitator during the forecast period. It includes a detailed analysis of the historical Manual Resuscitator Market, along with an opportunity analysis of the future. Readers can also find the absolute $ opportunity for the current year (2020), and an incremental $ opportunity for the forecast period (20202030).

Chapter 08 Global Manual Resuscitator Analysis 2015-2019 and Forecast 2020-2030, by Modality

Based on Modality, the market is segmented into silicone, PVC, rubber. In this chapter, readers can find information about the key trends and developments in Manual Resuscitator and market attractiveness analysis based on modality.

Chapter 09 Global Manual Resuscitator Analysis 2015-2019 and Forecast 2020-2030, by Age Group

This chapter provides details about the Manual Resuscitator based on age group, and has been classified into pediatric, adult, others (infants, neonates). In this chapter, readers can understand the market attractiveness based on age group.

Chapter 10 Global Manual Resuscitator Analysis 2015-2019 and Forecast 2020-2030, by End User

This chapter provides details about the Manual Resuscitator Market based on end user, and comprises hospital, out-of-hospital (home care, community care, primary care), ASC, military, others (specialized diagnostic centres, specialized clinics). The readers can understand the market attractiveness based on end user.

Chapter 11 Global Manual Resuscitator Analysis 2015-2019 and Forecast 2020-2030, by Region

This chapter explains how the market will grow across various geographic regions such as North America, Latin America, Europe, South Asia, East Asia, Oceania, and Middle East & Africa (MEA).

Chapter 12 North America Manual Resuscitator Analysis 2015-2019 and Forecast 2020-2030

This chapter includes a detailed analysis of growth of North Americas Manual Resuscitator Market, along with a country-wise assessment that includes the U.S. and Canada. Readers can also find the regional trends, and market growth based on the application and countries in North America.

Chapter 13 Latin America Manual Resuscitator Analysis 2015-2019 and Forecast 2020-2030

This chapter provides the growth scenario of the market in Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, and the Rest of Latin America. Along with this, assessment of the market across target segments has been provided.

Chapter 14 Europe Manual Resuscitator Analysis 2015-2019 and Forecast 2020-2030

This chapter provides the growth scenario of the market in Germany, the U.K., France, Spain, Italy, Russia, and the Rest of Europe are included in this chapter.

Chapter 15 South Asia Manual Resuscitator Analysis 2015-2019 and Forecast 2020-2030

This chapter provides the growth scenario of the Manual Resuscitator Market in India, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia and rest of South Asia.

Chapter 16 East Asia Manual Resuscitator Analysis 2015-2019 and Forecast 2020-2030

This chapter highlights the growth of the market in East Asia by focusing on China, Japan & South Korea. This section also help readers understand the key factors that are responsible for the growth of the Manual Resuscitator Market in East Asia.

Chapter 17 Oceania Manual Resuscitator Analysis 2015-2019 and Forecast 2020-2030

This chapter highlights the growth of the Manual Resuscitator Market in Oceania. It also helps readers understand the key factors that are responsible for the growth of the Manual Resuscitator Market in Australia and New Zealand.

Chapter 18 MEA Manual Resuscitator Analysis 2015-2019 and Forecast 2020-2030

This chapter provides information about how the Manual Resuscitator Market will grow in GCC Countries, South Africa, Turkey and the Rest of MEA during the forecast period.

Chapter 19 Key and Emerging Countries Manual Resuscitator Market Analysis 2015-2019 and Forecast 2020-2030

This section delves deep into Manual Resuscitator Market for key and emerging countries. Readers can understand the market value and volume by API type, marketing status, and end user for key countries.

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Chapter 20 Market Structure Analysis

This chapter highlights the tier structure analysis, market concentration analysis, and company share analysis along with sales footprint analysis of key players operating in Manual Resuscitator Market.

Chapter 21 Competition Analysis

In this chapter, readers can find a comprehensive list of all the prominent stakeholders in the Manual Resuscitator Market, along with a detailed information about each company, which includes company overview, revenue shares, strategic overview, and recent company developments. Some of the market players featured in the report are HUM Systems for Life, GE Healthcare, Covidien Plc, Hopkins Medical Product, Drager Medical AG and Co., Laerdal Medical, Me. Ber. Srl, Hill, Ambu A/S, Philips Healthcare, CareFusion, Weinmann, and Medline Industries.

Chapter 22 Assumptions and Acronyms Used

This chapter includes a list of acronyms and assumptions that provides a base to the information and statistics included in the Manual Resuscitator report.

Chapter 23 Research Methodology

This chapter helps readers understand the research component methodology followed to obtain various conclusions as well as important qualitative and quantitative information about the Manual Resuscitator Market.

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