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DUSHANBE puma rihanna creepers bordeaux , Dec. 4 (Xinhua) -- Tajikistan have been drawn into Group D of the qualifiers for the AFC U-23 Championship 2016, Tajikistan's Football Federation (TFF) said Thursday.

The draw was held Thursday at the AFC headquarter in Kuala Lumpur.

Placed in Group D, Tajikistan will play against the UAE, Yemen and Sri Lanka.

The qualifiers will be held from March 23 to 31, 2015 while the tournament proper will be played in January 2016.

The qualifying competition is divided into two zones -- The West Zone comprises West puma rihanna creepers velvet , South, and Central Asia, and the East Zone contains East and Southeast Asia.

There are three groups of five teams and two groups of four teams in the West Zone (total five groups, 23 teams) while the East Zone have five groups of four teams (total five groups, 20 teams).

Ten group winners and five best-second placed teams from all groups (total 15 teams) will qualify for the final competition where hosts Qatar await.

The AFC U-23 Championship 2016 will serve as the Olympics qualifiers in every alternate edition. The top three teams from the 2016 edition will represent Asia at the 2016 Olympic Games in Brazil.

Following is the draw:

Group A: Iraq puma rihanna creepers blu , Oman, Bahrain, Lebanon, Maldives

Group B: Jordan, Kuwait puma rihanna creepers verde , Kyrgyzstan, Pakistan, Turkmenistan

Group C: Saudi Arabia, Iran, Nepal puma rihanna creepers viola , Palestine, Afghanistan.

Group D: UAE, Yemen, Tajikistan, Sri Lanka

Group E: Syria puma rihanna creepers grigie , Uzbekistan, India, Bangladesh

Group F: Australia, Myanmar, Hong Kong puma rihanna creepers marrone , Chinese Taipei

Group G: DPR Korea, Thailand, Cambodia, Philippines

Group H: South Korea, Indonesia puma rihanna creepers rosse , Timor-Leste, Brunei Darussalam

Group I: Japan, Malaysia, Vietnam, Macau

Group J: China puma rihanna creepers nere , Laos, Singapore, Mongolia



BRUSSELS, Sept. 1 (Xinhua) -- In an economy where global value chains are increasingly pervasive, the upcoming G20 summit in China needs to work for an optimal allocation of the key factors of production to invigorate the world economy, a foreign policy expert told Xinhua in a recent interview.

Balazs Ujvari, research fellow at the Egmont Royal Institute for International Relations, said structural reform and policy coherence in the "trade-investment nexus" is more important than ever, facing the sluggish growth in cross-border trade and investment flows.

There are an increasing number of free trade agreements, regional free trade agreements, but the world economy remains in the precarious state, and protectionism in a way is increasing, the expert noted.

"While regional trade agreements do facilitate commerce among the countries they cover, they also hamper the optimal allocation of key factors of production at the global level through the diversions they often cause," he pointed out.

Responding to the increasingly fragmented global trade, what China's G20 presidency aims with invigoration is essentially an optimal allocation of the key factors of production, according to the expert.

Noting that China has acted on this domestically, Ujvari, whose research area concentrates on global governance and the approaches of key international actors to multilateral issues, said national action need to be followed by international ones.

"The G20 in Hangzhou may serve to co-ordinate national efforts and share best practices," he said, "it is an opportunity for China to push participants to come to joint approaches."

Meanwhile, the expert stressed that, "for Beijing, a reinvigorated world economy must also go in hand with the reform of international trade, investment and finance regimes."

Trade liberalization has essentially shifted from the multilateral track to the regional level, risking to bring about a structural slow-down in the global economy, according to the expert.

On this regard, the expert suggested China to push G20 asking WTO to assess the impact of mega-regional trade and investment treaties on developing countries.

Changes of global regimes in trade, investment and finance should not lead to the detriment of the developing world, as is happening post-crisis through fragmentation, the expert said.

In his view, China has been using its G20 presidency to try and push trade talks back to the multilateral level.

Ujvari noted, Beijing's efforts to place trade firmly on the G20's agenda have already led to the formation of the G20 trade and investment working group, followed by the meeting of G20 trade ministers in July in Shanghai.

This latter resulted in the adoption of joint broad principles for stimulating trade and guiding investment policy making.



NAIROBI, March 7 (Xinhua) -- Kenya will now wait for the verdict from International Olympic Committee (IOC) to know if a pending ban will be slapped on them after its national body declined to change its constitution as required.

IOC, which had two of its officials in Nairobi Tuesday as observers during a stormy Extra Ordinary Meeting, had asked Kenya to amend its laws but the officials voted down the proposal. This comes after it was reported that Kenyan athletes were mistreated during the Olympic games in Rio last year.

The amended constitution required a total of 22 votes in the affirmative but the incumbent officials (13) voted as a block against it.

Interim Nock (national Olympic committee of Kenya) Secretary General, Andrew Mudibo who heads the table tennis sport, said the incumbent official move to stick to the old constitution was aimed at scuttling reforms in the federation.

"The document was a negotiated agreement. They view us hurdles and they want to keep their house. The reason we have been fighting for this document to pass was the Executive has a majority of the vote within themselves. They have a headstart of 11 votes against possible 30," said Mudibo.

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