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Asia’s farmers grapple with change, teaching young Cambodians about the Khmer Rouge and Shanghai motor show ditches glitz for greenery – in this week’s edition of the Nikkei Asian Review 
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Last December, an envelope arrived at Nanjing Sharp Electronics, the Chinese TV production arm of Japanese electronics company Sharp. Enclosed was a tax bill for around $85 million. http://s.nikkei.com/1aJXAzs
DALIAN, China -- Last December, an envelope arrived at Nanjing Sharp Electronics, the Chinese TV production arm of Japanese electronics company Sharp.
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Tax nets widen, Myanmar peace hopes rise and scientists conjure the sensation of sweetness - in this week's Nikkei Asian Review
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New Zealand Prime Minister John Key sat down with The Nikkei on March 25 and discussed a range of issues. One issue was the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a regulatory and investment treaty that 12 countries are trying to put together. Another was the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, a lender China is trying to launch that would help fund infrastructure projects in the region's emerging economies. #newzealand http://s.nikkei.com/1HiSRyT
TOKYO -- New Zealand Prime Minister John Key sat down with The Nikkei on March 25 and discussed a range of issues. One issue was the Trans-Pacific Par
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Indonesia has launched a branchless banking program designed to serve the millions of citizens who lack regular accounts. Domestic lenders Bank Mandiri, Bank Rakyat Indonesia, Bank Central Asia and Bank Tabungan Pensiunan Nasional are rolling out the services. #indonesia http://s.nikkei.com/1xXssXD
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JAKARTA -- Indonesia has launched a branchless banking program designed to serve the millions of citizens who lack regular accounts. Domestic lenders
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Cambodian rock 'n' roll from the era before Pol Pot is slowly finding its way back through speakers across the nation and throughout the world, thanks to the lead singer of The Cambodian Space Project. #cambodia
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PHNOM PENH -- Cambodian rock 'n' roll from the era before Pol Pot is slowly finding its way back through speakers across the nation and throughout the
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The Renault-Nissan alliance is by no means small, but it is pitting itself against the world's biggest automakers: Toyota Motor, Volkswagen and General Motors. Success, according to CEO Carlos Ghosn, will require the French and Japanese partners to further combine their strengths while maintaining their unique identities.
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TOKYO -- The Renault-Nissan alliance is by no means small, but it is pitting itself against the world's biggest automakers: Toyota Motor, Volkswagen a
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No company is eager to pay tax. But Asian countries have a growing need to build infrastructure, expand social services and address budget imbalances. ‪#‎tax‬ http://s.nikkei.com/1HQoSP8
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China's state-operated oil giants are facing an uphill battle, weighed down by the plunge in oil prices, graft probes throwing their leadership into disarray and a rising environmental movement. #crude
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HONG KONG -- China's state-operated oil giants are facing an uphill battle, weighed down by the plunge in oil prices, graft probes throwing their lead
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McDonald's is struggling in Japan and around the world. The world's biggest fast-food chain's business model may have reached the end of its life span. #mcdonald
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NEW YORK/TOKYO -- McDonald's is struggling in Japan and around the world. The world's biggest fast-food chain's business model may have reached the en
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By creating a new Asian development bank to help finance the region's infrastructure needs -- and providing most of the initial funding -- China is achieving a long-term goal and is directly challenging America's policy and position in the Pacific. #AIIB http://s.nikkei.com/1xXsKhe
WASHINGTON -- By creating a new Asian development bank to help finance the region's infrastructure needs -- and providing most of the initial funding
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Nikkei Asian Review  (asia.nikkei.com) brings insights from Asia, from the inside out.

As part of Nikkei, Asia’s largest independent business media group, with a 135 year history and network of over 1,300 local and international reporters on the ground in 24 bureaus across Asia, Nikkei Asian Review provides credible, comprehensive pan-Asian reporting.

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