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Cutting edge. One of the region's most liquid but conservative markets is showing signs of moving down the credit curve again, although borrowers are still advised to adopt a step-by-step approach to issuance. But does this upswing mean the end of winter?
Monday meeting to focus on questions of misconduct and who should replace embattled Saikawa. Misconduct raises questions over Saikawa's fitness to lead Japanese automaker. Cho Kuk is under fire over a litany of allegations of influence peddling.
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Cathay Pacific Airways Chairman John Slosar resigned, weeks after the chief executive quit when the Hong Kong airline came under fire from Beijing because some of its employees took part in antigovernment protests. FedEx faces another investigation in China, this time suspected of illegally shipping a parcel containing knives to Hong Kong, according to state media. New details about the U.
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Asia Now. What worries me is that these factors, coupled with increasing deregulation in the US, will embolden banks to take excessive risks and hurt taxpayers. By Mayra Rodriguez Valladares Contributor. Cryptocurrency experts are bullish for major cryptocurrencies.
One of the strongest typhoons to hit the Japanese capital in recent years hit just east of Tokyo on Monday, killing one woman, with record-breaking winds and stinging rain that threatened to burst river banks before heading out to sea. China's burgeoning internet data sector will increase its power consumption by two-thirds byputting further pressure on the country's plans to curb smog and carbon emissions, according to a study published on Monday. Japan's surplus in spending by overseas travelers declined in July from a year earlier as the number of visitors from South Korea tumbled, a sign the souring bilateral relations are taking a toll on the world's third largest economy. Japan's economy grew at a slower pace than initially estimated in the second quarter as the U.