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The benchmark closed down 0.67% at 29,639.40, while the broader Topix slid 1.02% to end at 2,043.55, also the lowest since Sept. 6. “That is because investor focus is on the Fed meeting... how the interest rate projections will look like and whether the Fed will start tapering before the end of the year,” he said. The outcome of the Fed’s two-day meeting is scheduled at 1800 GMT with a news conference half an hour later. Itochu was the worst performer among the Topix’s 30 core names, losing 4.08%, while Mitsui & Co slid 2.86%. (Reporting by Junko Fujita; Additional reporting by Kevin Buckland; Editing by Subhranshu Sahu and Devika Syamnath)
Persons: allaying, Shigetoshi Kamada, , Itochu, Junko Fujita, Kevin Buckland, Subhranshu Sahu, Devika Organizations: Nikkei, U.S, Federal Reserve, China Evergrande’s, Group, Tachibana Securities, Mitsui, Co, Machinery, Daikin, Mizuho Financial, Mitsubishi, Financial, MUFG Union Bank, SoftBank Group, Nintendo Locations: TOKYO, China, U.S
* China to stop building coal-fired power plants abroad* Xi’s announcement could impact 44 projects in Asia, Africa* China’s domestic coal power programme still expandingSHANGHAI/SINGAPORE, Sept 22 (Reuters) - China’s pledge to stop building coal-fired power plants overseas could cull $50 billion of investment as it slashes future carbon emissions, analysts said, although Beijing’s own domestic coal programme is still propping up the dirty fossil fuel. Beijing is the largest source of financing for coal power plants globally, and Xi’s announcement will have a far-reaching impact on coal power expansion plans in countries like Bangladesh, Indonesia, Vietnam and South Africa. China’s pledge followed similar moves by South Korea and Japan this year, turning off the taps of the last three major public financiers of overseas coal power plants. While Xi has promised to “strictly control” new domestic coal power capacity over the 2021-2025 period, the country will not begin to reduce coal consumption until 2026. “With the new direction set for overseas coal, China needs to work harder now on its domestic coal addiction,” said Li Shuo, senior climate advisor at Greenpeace.
Persons: Xi Jinping, , , Christine Shearer, “ We’ll, Joe Biden, Yan Qin, Xi, Li Shuo Organizations: United Nations General Assembly, United Nations, Global Energy Monitor, GEM, Reuters, Bank of, COP26, United, United Arab Emirates, Boston University Global Development, , Greenpeace Locations: China, Asia, Africa, SHANGHAI, SINGAPORE, Beijing, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Vietnam, South Africa, U.S, Bank of China, South Korea, Japan, Nations, Pakistan, Zimbabwe, Serbia, United Arab
JGBs trade flat ahead of FOMC, shrug off BOJ decision
  + stars: | 2021-09-22 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com   time to read: +1 min
TOKYO, Sept 22 (Reuters) - Japanese government bond yields were flat on Wednesday, with Treasuries also stable as investors awaited clues about the path of U.S. monetary policy. The 10-year JGB yield was unchanged at 0.035% at the close, while benchmark 10-year JGB futures rose 0.03 point to 151.86, with a trading volume of 14,350 lots. The 20-year yield was flat at 0.425%, as was the 30-year yield at 0.650%. The five-year yield was steady at minus 0.105%. The benchmark 10-year Treasury yield was little changed at 1.3277%.
Persons: Treasuries, China Evergrande, it’s, , JGBs Organizations: Market, China, Bank of Locations: TOKYO
METALS-London copper rebounds as Evergrande worries fade
  + stars: | 2021-09-22 | by ( Mai Nguyen | ) www.reuters.com   time to read: +2 min
(Updates prices, adds comments)Sept 22 (Reuters) - London copper prices advanced on Wednesday, driven by easing default fears around property giant China Evergrande after its main unit said it would to pay some bond interest due later this week. It’s possible that PBOC has some (more) liquidity injections planned that the market is expecting,” said a Singapore-based metals trader. The rout had also hit the demand outlook for construction metals including copper. FUNDAMENTALS* LME nickel rose 2% to $19,200 a tonne, zinc advanced 2.3% to $3,047.50 a tonne and tin increased 2% to $34,500 a tonne. * ShFE aluminium rose 1.9% to 23,055 yuan a tonne, lead fell 3% to 1422yuan a tonne while tin climbed 3.9% to 269,960 yuan a tonne.
Persons: , Lehman, Mai Nguyen, Devika Syamnath Organizations: London Metal Exchange, People’s Bank of, Shanghai Futures Exchange, Estate Group, Manufacturing Co Locations: London, China, People’s Bank of China, Singapore, China’s Henan, Hanoi
Taiwanese shares sank almost 2%, while Chinese stocks fell to a near three-week low. Markets had already begun to stabilise on Tuesday as analysts downplayed the potential fallout from the property developer's debt crisis and saw that relief seep into Wednesday. In a week flush with central bank meetings, a report from Philippines' Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) is due on Thursday. ** The top gainer on the Jakarta stock index was Andalan Sakti Primaindo, up 34.6%. ** The top loser on the Singapore benchmark was Yangzijiang Shipbuilding, down 2.8%.
Persons: Shashwat Awasthi, China Evergrande's, ines, Simon Cameron, Moore Organizations: Bank Indonesia, Fed, DBS, Malaysian, ng Pilipinas, Yangzijiang Shipbuilding, JK Locations: Philippines, Taiwan, China, Singapore, Manila, Jakarta, Asia, Japan, India
German auto giants place their bets on hydrogen cars
  + stars: | 2021-09-22 | by ( Nick Carey | ) www.reuters.com   time to read: +8 min
Jürgen Guldner, the BMW vice president who heads up the hydrogen fuel-cell car programme, told Reuters the carmaker would build a test fleet of close to 100 cars in 2022. The Greens do, however, back the use of hydrogen fuel for ships and planes and want to invest heavily in “green” hydrogen produced solely from renewable sources. Some carmakers view hydrogen technology as an insurance policy as the EU targets an effective ban on fossil-fuel cars from 2035. LMC estimates in 2030 hydrogen fuel-cell models will make up just 0.1% of sales in Europe, and sales will only take off after 2035. “The hydrogen car has proven NOT to be the solution to climate change,” he said in a tweet this year.
Persons: Wolfgang Rattay, Germany’s, Jürgen Guldner, , We’re, we’re, we’ll, Stefan Gelbhaar, Daimler, Jörg Burzer, Joshua Cobb, It’s, BMW’s, Guldner, , ’ Cobb, Sam Adham, Herbert Diess, ” Stephan Herbst, Herbst Organizations: BMW, REUTERS, Audi, Global, Greens, Reuters, Volkswagen, Daimler AG, Daimler, Volvo Trucks, Hyundai, Germany’s Greens, Mercedes, Benz GLC, European Commission, Green, Toyota, Nissan, Honda, EU, Fitch, Hydrogen Locations: MUNICH, Munich, Germany, Europe, China, South
But forecasters and outside analysts expect the Fed to hedge on exactly when the “taper” might begin, and tie it to a rebound in job growth following the disconcertingly tepid report in August, when only 235,000 jobs were created. While August job growth was disappointing, U.S. nonfarm payrolls swelled by just over 1 million in July and have increased an average 716,000 since May. Fed officials, however, may decide they need more time to assess the risk from a handful of evolving issues before deciding to push ahead with the reduction in the bond-buying program. Leaning in the other direction: The surge of COVID-19 infections driven by the Delta variant of the coronavirus. Some measures of service activity have dipped, prompting forecasters to mark down their outlooks for economic growth this year.
Persons: Jerome Powell, Graeme Jennings, Aneta Markowska, Thomas Simons, nonfarm payrolls, Powell, Joe Biden Organizations: WASHINGTON, Federal, House, Capitol, Jefferies, Fed, Financial, China Evergrande Group, Kansas City Fed Locations: Washington , U.S, U.S
But forecasters and outside analysts expect the Fed to hedge on exactly when the “taper” might begin, and tie it to a rebound in job growth following the disconcertingly tepid report in August, when only 235,000 jobs were created. The Fed is due to release its latest policy statement and economic projections at 2 p.m. EDT (1800 GMT), with Fed Chair Jerome Powell holding a news conference half an hour later to discuss the outcome. While August job growth was disappointing, U.S. nonfarm payrolls swelled by just over 1 million in July and have increased an average 716,000 since May. Leaning in the other direction: The surge of COVID-19 infections driven by the Delta variant of the coronavirus. Some measures of service activity have dipped, prompting forecasters to mark down their outlooks for economic growth this year.
Persons: Fed’s Powell, Jerome Powell, Aneta Markowska, Thomas Simons, nonfarm payrolls, Powell, Joe Biden Organizations: WASHINGTON, Federal, Jefferies, Fed, Financial, China Evergrande Group, Kansas City Fed Locations: U.S
COLUMN-Dollar smiling from ear to ear - Mike Dolan
  + stars: | 2021-09-22 | by ( Mike Dolan | ) www.reuters.com   time to read: +5 min
The other big event of the week, the Federal Reserve’s latest policymaking meeting, provides alternative fuel for the currency. On the left side of the smile, they see growing angst that world growth has peaked, policy support is being withdrawn, global stocks are overstretched and there are “mounting global tail risks” from China and related geopolitical fears. This real rate view makes sense to those who see inflation expectations and growth potential dominating a currency’s fortunes. Morgan Stanley’s Matthew Hornbach and team also see the dollar lifted further by the rising real rate view. “The September FOMC may be a key catalyst driving U.S. (real) yields higher, which we expect to boost the dollar broadly,” they wrote this week.
Persons: it’s, JPMorgan’s Paul Meggyesi, , Morgan Stanley’s Matthew Hornbach, Organizations: Reuters, U.S ., Deutsche Bank, Bitcoin, Swiss, JPMorgan, , Treasury, U.S, Fed Locations: China, MSCI’s, it’s, “ U.S, Germany, Europe, Japan
SHANGHAI, Sept 22 (Reuters) - Chinese stocks fell on Wednesday, led by by banking and consumer staples, while real estate shares jumped after developer China Evergrande assured to make bond interest payment. ** The banking sub-index slumped 3.44%, while the real estate index jumped 5% after opening down nearly 2%. ** Over the holiday, property and banking stocks slumped in the Hong Kong market due to growing risks of defaults at Chinese property developers and concerns that Beijing’s “common prosperity” agenda would also include Hong Kong real estate names. They added overseas investors took up more than 40% of the investors in the Hong Kong market. ** Chinese A-share market opened after the Mid-Autumn Festival holiday, while the Hong Kong market was shut on Wednesday for a public holiday.
Persons: Xi Jinping Organizations: China, China Merchants Securities, Beijing’s, Beijing Stock Exchange, Beijing bourse Locations: SHANGHAI, Shanghai, Hong Kong, COVID, China, Beijing
In the spot market, onshore yuan opened at 6.4725 per dollar and fell to a low of 6.4737, the weakest level since Aug. 27. By midday, the global dollar index rose to 93.27 from the previous close of 93.222, while the offshore yuan was trading at 6.475 per dollar. Negative number indicates that spot yuan is trading stronger than the midpoint. The People's Bank of China (PBOC) allows the exchange rate to rise or fall 2% from official midpoint rate it sets each morning. OFFSHORE CNH MARKET Instrument Current Difference from onshore Offshore spot yuan 6.475 -0.06% * Offshore 6.6521 -2.75% non-deliverable forwards ** *Premium for offshore spot over onshore **Figure reflects difference from PBOC's official midpoint, since non-deliverable forwards are settled against the midpoint.
Persons: Li Liuyang, Jerome Powell's, Li, Julian Evans, Pritchard, Winni Zhou, Andrew Galbraith, Sam Holmes Organizations: People's Bank of China, Traders, China Merchants Bank, Capital Economics, Thomson Locations: SHANGHAI, China
Spot gold rose 0.2% to $1,777.68 per ounce by 0356 GMT, while U.S. gold futures were flat at $1,778.00. Fed’s two-day meet is due to conclude on Wednesday as investors focus on any new signals on when a taper may begin. The U.S. central bank is also likely to provide an outlook on interest rate hikes from the current near zero level. An eventual interest rate hike would raise the opportunity cost of holding the non-interest bearing gold. Holdings of SPDR Gold Trust, the world’s largest gold-backed exchange-traded fund, fell 0.1% to 1,000.79 tonnes on Tuesday from 1,001.66 tonnes on Monday.
Persons: Ilya Spivak, ” Spivak, Stocks, China Evergrande, Silver Organizations: U.S, Fed, Holdings, SPDR, Trust Locations: U.S . Federal, U.S, China
Solar panels are seen at the Desert Stateline project near Nipton, California, U.S. August 16, 2021. REUTERS/Bridget BennettSept 22 (Reuters) - A U.S. solar industry group warned on Wednesday that tariffs on imported panels from three Asian countries would jeopardize nearly 30% of the solar capacity the nation is expected to install over the next two years. "We cannot emphasize enough how damaging these tariffs would be to our companies and the entire American solar industry," said the letter signed by nearly 200 solar companies. The tariffs would jeopardize 18 gigawatts (GW) of solar projects by 2023, the SEIA said, enough to power about 3.4 million homes. SEIA for years has opposed tariffs on solar imports because those products have fueled the sector's growth.
Persons: Bridget Bennett, Gina Raimondo, Wood Mackenzie, Nichola Groom, Tom Hogue Organizations: REUTERS, Commerce Department, Solar Energy Industries Association, American, Manufacturers, Thomson Locations: Nipton , California, U.S, Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand, United States, China
UNITED NATIONS — Chinese leader Xi Jinping said on Tuesday that China would not build new coal-fired power projects abroad, using his address at the United Nations General Assembly to add to pledges to deal with climate change. And I’m absolutely delighted to hear that President Xi has made this important decision," Kerry said in a statement. "It is clear the writing is on the wall for coal power. I welcome President Xi’s commitment to stop building new coal projects abroad — a key topic of my discussions during my visit to China," he said on Twitter. Xi spoke after U.S. President Joe Biden gave his first United Nations address.
Persons: Xi Jinping, Xi, António Guterres, John Kerry, Kerry, We’ve, Alok Sharma, Xi’s, Joe Biden, Biden, China's ascendance, Qilai Shen, Donald Trump, Justin Guay, Guterres Organizations: UNITED, United Nations General Assembly, NBC, United, Twitter, U.S, United Nations, Bloomberg, Getty, Sunrise, Congress Locations: China, Paris, South Korea, Japan, Glasgow, Scotland, Tongling, United States, Beijing
An unfinished residential building is pictured through a construction site gate at Evergrande Oasis, a housing complex developed by Evergrande Group, in Luoyang, China September 16, 2021. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia RawlinsSHANGHAI, Sept 22 (Reuters) - China Evergrande Group's (3333.HK) main unit said on Wednesday that it would make a bond interest payment on Sept. 23 after private negotiations with bondholders, as global investors worry over a possible default by China's No. The company's coupon payment totals 232 million yuan ($35.88 million), according to Refinitiv data. Evergrande is also due to make an $83.53 million coupon payment on an offshore dollar bond on Thursday. The Shenzhen exchange filing did not mention the offshore bond.
Persons: Carlos Garcia Rawlins, China's, Andrew Galbraith, Samuel Shen, Muralikumar Anantharaman, Jacqueline Wong Organizations: Oasis, Evergrande Group, REUTERS, Estate Group, Thomson Locations: Luoyang, China, HK, Shenzhen
A staff member stands beside the Taiwanese Central Bank logo in Taipei, Taiwan February 26, 2018. In the second quarter, the economy expanded 7.43% from a year earlier, slowing from 8.92% growth in the first quarter but still better than many of its regional peers. Export-dependent Taiwan also faces uncertainty about the spread of the Delta variant in key markets like China, the United States and Europe. The central bank will give its own revised forecast for economic growth this year on Thursday, having predicted a 5.08% expansion at its last quarterly meeting in June, with exports performing strongly. Poll compiled by Carol Lee; Reporting by Liang-sa Loh and Ben Blanchard; Editing by Ana Nicolaci da CostaOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Tyrone Siu, Tony Phoo, Biden, Carol Lee, Liang, sa Loh, Ben Blanchard, Ana Nicolaci da Organizations: Taiwanese Central Bank, REUTERS, Chartered's, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co, Apple Inc, Thomson Locations: Taipei, Taiwan, TAIPEI, United, China, United States, Europe, Ana Nicolaci da Costa
Japanese shares fall ahead of Fed outcome
  + stars: | 2021-09-22 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com   time to read: +2 min
The Nikkei share average was down 0.63% to 29,650.78 by 0209 GMT, while the broader Topix fell 0.67% to 2,050.67. “That is because investor focus is on the Fed meeting... how the interest rate projections will look like and whether the Fed will start tapering before the end of the year,” he said. The outcome of the Fed’s two-day meeting is scheduled at 1800 GMT with a news conference half an hour later. Trading houses led the decline in Japanese equities, with Marubeni losing 3.59% and Mitsui & Co slipping 2.6%. Heavyweight tech start-up investor SoftBank Group advanced 1.69% and Uniqlo clothing shop-owner Fast Retailing gained 0.95%.
Persons: allaying, Shigetoshi Kamada, , Junko Fujita, Subhranshu Sahu Organizations: U.S . Federal Reserve, Nikkei, Estate Group, Tachibana Securities, Marubeni, Mitsui, Machinery, Daikin Industries, Mizuho Financial, Mitsubishi, Financial, MUFG Union Bank, Mitsui Fudosan, SoftBank Group Locations: TOKYO, China, U.S, Real, Tokyo
REUTERS/Kim Kyung-HoonSHANGHAI (Reuters) - China stood pat on its benchmark lending rate for corporate and household loans for the 17th straight month at its September fixing on Wednesday, matching market expectations. The one-year loan prime rate (LPR) was kept at 3.85%. The five-year LPR remained at 4.65%. Most new and outstanding loans in China are based on the one-year LPR. The five-year rate influences the pricing of mortgages.
Persons: Kim Kyung, Hoon, LPR Organizations: People's Bank of China, REUTERS, Hoon SHANGHAI Locations: Beijing, China
SINGAPORE (Reuters) -Oil prices climbed more than $1 on Wednesday, extending overnight gains after industry data showed U.S. crude stocks fell more than expected last week in the wake of two hurricanes, highlighting tight supply as demand improves. “Crude is supported by the API weekly report, which noted a bigger-than-expected decline in U.S. crude oil stocks,” said Ravindra Rao, vice president of commodities at Kotak Securities. “Prices are still rangebound ahead of the EIA weekly report due later today and ahead of the U.S. Federal Reserve’s monetary policy decision ... The market will be watching for data from the U.S. Energy Information Administration on Wednesday to confirm the big drops in crude and fuel stocks. Global gas prices are expected to break records this winter as a hot northern hemisphere summer leaves inventories low in key markets.
Persons: Jo Yong, , Ravindra Rao, Jeffrey Halley Organizations: REUTERS, West Texas, Brent, China Evergrande, Kotak Securities, U.S, U.S . Federal, American Petroleum Institute, Reuters, U.S . Energy, Administration, Global, Royal, Shell, Organization of, Petroleum Locations: SINGAPORE, Seoul, U.S ., China, Gulf of Mexico, Nigeria, Angola, Kazakhstan
An onshore unit of China Evergrande Group said Wednesday it would make an interest payment on time this week, as investors wait to see if the debt-ridden conglomerate makes a separate payment due on dollar bonds that it is expected to miss. The unit, Hengda Real Estate Group Co., will pay 232 million yuan, or the equivalent of about $35.9 million, of interest on its 5.80% September 2025 bond on Thursday, the company said in a stock-exchange filing.
Organizations: China Evergrande Group, Estate Group Locations: China
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Stocks found support and U.S. futures lifted in relief on Wednesday after teetering developer China Evergrande said it would pay some bond interest due on Thursday, allaying fears of an imminent and messy collapse that had spooked investors. FILE PHOTO: An investor sits in front of a board showing stock information at a brokerage office in Beijing, China, December 7, 2018. S&P 500 futures reversed an early loss to trade slightly higher after Evergrande pledged to pay the scheduled coupon on a yuan bond that is due on Thursday. [FRX/]Moves were capped ahead of Wednesday’s Fed meeting, however, and the dollar was firm at $1.1727 against the euro. [MET/L][O/R]Brent crude futures were last up 0.9% at $75.02 a barrel and U.S. crude rose 1% to $71.18.
Persons: Stocks, China Evergrande, allaying, Thomas Peter, Evergrande, Treasuries, , Ryan Felsman, Lehman, Powell, Tapas Strickland, Gold Organizations: REUTERS, Federal Reserve, Japan’s Nikkei, Rabobank, Australian, Fed, Treasury, Australia, Brent Locations: SINGAPORE, China, Beijing, Taiwan, Asia, Pacific, Japan, Hong Kong
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Stocks found relief on Wednesday after teetering developer China Evergrande said it would be able to pay a coupon on one of its bonds, easing some market jitters, however, the Federal Reserve’s looming policy decision kept investors cautious. That weighed on MSCI’s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan, which fell 0.3%, however, Australia was higher. S&P 500 futures were last up 0.2%. [FRX/]Moves were capped ahead of Wednesday’s Fed meeting, however, and the dollar was flat against the euro, with the risk of a hawkish Fed supporting the dollar. Most analysts think the Fed will not go into detail about its tapering plans but say risks lie in board members’ “dot plot” of rates projections.
Persons: Stocks, China Evergrande, Thomas Peter, , Rob Carnell, Evergrande, Lehman, Powell, Tapas Strickland, Gold Organizations: Federal, REUTERS, People’s Bank of, Shanghai, Japan’s Nikkei, ING, Treasury, Rabobank, Fed, Australia, Brent Locations: SINGAPORE, China, Beijing, People’s Bank of China, Asia, Pacific, Japan, Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore
Safe-haven assets such as the yen and U.S. Treasuries rose slightly in morning trade. S&P 500 futures fell 0.4% in early Asia trade and the offshore yuan was under pressure near a one-month low at 6.4850 per dollar. But investors are now anticipating some sort of regulatory response from Beijing and hoping global fallout can be contained. The dollar held firm at $1.1722 against the euro and bought 109.13 yen. Brent crude futures were last up 0.4% at $74.64 a barrel and U.S. crude rose 0.4% to $70.75.
Persons: Lehman, , Powell, Tapas Strickland, Gold Organizations: China, Federal Reserve, Nikkei, Equity, Rabobank, Bloomberg, Treasury, Australia, Brent Locations: SINGAPORE, China, Singapore, Asia, Hong Kong, Beijing
REUTERS/Mike Theiler/File PhotoWASHINGTON (Reuters) - The International Monetary Fund said its executive board met on Tuesday to discuss a report prepared for the World Bank alleging that IMF chief Kristalina Georgieva pressured staff to alter data to favor China while serving as the bank’s CEO. The board agreed to meet again soon for further discussions, an IMF spokesperson said, but gave no specific date. The board emphasized “the importance it attached to conducting a thorough, objective, and timely review and agreed to meet again soon for a further discussion,” the spokesperson said. Georgieva on Friday denied allegations that she pressured World Bank staff to alter data as it prepared its Doing Business 2018 report on country business climates. Neither in this case, nor before or after, I have put pressure on staff to manipulate data,” Georgieva told IMF staff, according to a transcript of the meeting provided to Reuters.
Persons: Kristalina Georgieva, Mike Theiler, Georgieva, ” Georgieva, WilmerHale Organizations: Monetary Fund, International Monetary Finance, IMF, REUTERS, WASHINGTON, World Bank, Reuters Locations: Washington , U.S, China
The Taliban's foreign minister has asked for the regime's envoy to speak at the UN General Assembly. He's contesting Afghanistan's seat, which has been given to the ambassador representing the former government. When the Taliban previously ruled Afghanistan, they were not given a seat by the UN. Both parties are jockeying to speak during Afghanistan's slated spot as the final speech of September 27, the last day of this year's General Assembly. Officials will now have to decide whether to accept the Taliban's request, or let Isaczai continue as Afghanistan's ambassador under UN protocol.
Persons: He's, Amir Khan Muttaqi, Antonio Guterres, Ghulam Isaczai, Afghanistan's, Ashraf Ghani Organizations: UN, Assembly, Service, United Nations General Assembly, Taliban, General, Reuters, Officials, Sierra, AP Locations: Afghanistan, New York, Russia, China, Sweden, Bahamas, Bhutan, Chile, Namibia, Sierra Leone
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