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Top 3 news of the week: Indonesia is among the top 5 weakest currencies; Top 5 coldest cities in the world

TEMPO.CO, JakartaPace English compiled the top 3 news on the platform this week, starting from Monday April 29, 2024 to Sunday May 5, 2024. Here are the highlights: Indonesia among the top 5 weakest currencies in the world in 2024; Top 5 coldest cities in the world, two in Canada; Fishermen from these three countries in Southeast Asia regularly steal fish in Indonesian waters.

Here is the list of the three most important news stories of the week:

1. Indonesia will be among the top 5 weakest currencies in the world in 2024

Currencies reflect the stability of a country’s economy and the attractiveness of its international markets. However, some are forced to hold weak values ​​due to volatile economic conditions.

The high or low valuation of a currency is determined by its exchange rate against the global benchmark, the US dollar, which is the highest valued and most traded currency worldwide. Numerous factors, such as inflation, political stability and dependence on certain economic sectors, influence exchange rates in each country.

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2. Top 5 coldest cities in the world, two in Canada

Some countries experience extreme heat, while others in the northern parts of the world experience long winters with temperatures below freezing. Countries in the Canadian and Siberian hemispheres experience some of the longest winters in the world. In some cities the cold weather is so extreme that it can reach -40 degrees Celsius. Quote The discoverer page, here are the five coldest cities in the world:

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3. Fishermen from these three countries in Southeast Asia regularly steal fish in Indonesian waters

Malaysian vessels are once again involved in cases of illegal fishing theft of fish in Indonesian waters. The Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries (KKP) has managed to secure the vessel suspected of using other shipping documents to operate in Indonesian waters.

It is indicated that the KFB 1269 vessel has been conducting illegal fishing activities in the Republic of Indonesia State Fisheries Management Area (WPPNRI) 517 Strait of Malacca without valid permit documents and using prohibited fishing gear.

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