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NEW YORK -- With China's baijiu industry no longer booming, distilleries making the centuries-old spirit are looking overseas to boost their profits.
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Founding members of the new China-led infrastructure bank officially signed its charter June 29. http://s.nikkei.com/1CbIGyB
BEIJING/MANILA -- Founding members of the new China-led infrastructure bank officially signed its charter June 29. However, some of the countries whic
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Startups are finding fertile ground in Asia -- Southeast Asia in particular.  http://s.nikkei.com/1H1sVJh
Startups are finding fertile ground in Asia -- Southeast Asia in particular. Populations are getting wealthier, smartphones are ubiquitous and governm
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Toyota Motor investors approved a new class of shares on June 16 after a record three-hour meeting with intense questioning, highlighting the growing role of the general shareholders meeting as a venue for debate in Japan.http://s.nikkei.com/1U27zST
NAGOYA -- Toyota Motor investors approved a new class of shares on June 16 after a record three-hour meeting with intense questioning, highlighting th
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The recent death of Chea Sim, a key figure in Cambodia's politics since the fall of the Khmer Rouge regime in 1979, has put a spotlight on the future of Prime Minister Hun Sen, his longtime ally and one of the world's longest-serving national leaders.http://s.nikkei.com/1LEFYnW
PHNOM PENH -- The recent death of Chea Sim, a key figure in Cambodia's politics since the fall of the Khmer Rouge regime in 1979, has put a spotlight
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Bowing to social media pressure, the government of Pakistan's most populous province has withdrawn a tax on Internet services it imposed in May.http://s.nikkei.com/1KgFfZV
NEW DELHI/YANGON -- Bowing to social media pressure, the government of Pakistan's most populous province has withdrawn a tax on Internet services it i
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Google and Facebook have brought new services to Asia in the hope of attracting some of the 2 billion people there yet to use the Internet. http://s.nikkei.com/1JBQZ9i
JAKARTA -- Google and Facebook have brought new services to Asia in the hope of attracting some of the 2 billion people there yet to use the Internet.
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Asia is probably better off without the devices, that are draining people of the ability to communicate face to face anymore. But $$$$$$ will drive Google, and Facebook on this quest for 2 billion more lives to be spread across the internet. Once it is out there, it is available for surveillance.
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Southeast Asia is seeing the rise of a new generation of homegrown entrepreneurs. http://s.nikkei.com/1RSWy28
JAKARTA/SINGAPORE -- Southeast Asia is seeing the rise of a new generation of homegrown entrepreneurs. Last December, the 30-something CEO of a s
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Startups spring to life, the Greek crisis casts long shadows, and Hagoromo's president explains the demise of his beloved chalk company - in this week's Nikkei Asian Reviewhttp://s.nikkei.com/1dz5I6k
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Thailand's fishing industry is hoping efforts to clean up its poor record of rights abuses will be enough to help it shed its status as one of the worst countries for human trafficking.http://s.nikkei.com/1RNFWJh
BANGKOK -- Thailand's fishing industry is hoping efforts to clean up its poor record of rights abuses will be enough to help it shed its status as one
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With its spectacular price fall recently, oil has snatched the spotlight from most other commodities. The major reason for this price drop comes from the introduction of shale oil, which disrupted the supply-demand for crude. With all the hype over shale oil, it is easy to overlook oil's less popular cousin, natural gas.http://s.nikkei.com/1IoUnTq
With its spectacular price fall recently, oil has snatched the spotlight from most other commodities. The major reason for this price drop comes from
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Over the last few weeks, South Korea has been struggling to contain the viral respiratory illness known as Middle East respiratory syndrome, or MERS.
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Over the last few weeks, South Korea has been struggling to contain the viral respiratory illness known as Middle East respiratory syndrome, or MERS.
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Nikkei Asian Review  (asia.nikkei.com) brings insights from Asia, from the inside out.

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