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With Lee arrested, what happens now at the Republic of Samsung? In this week's Nikkei Asian Review.
http://asia.nikkei.com/magazine/20170216
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The latest issue of the Nikkei Asian Review takes a comprehensive look at Mongolia -- from everyday life in Ulaanbaatar’s freezing ger districts to an interview with the finance minister, who sees years of steady 6-8% growth ahead. We also touch on the potential of startups to fuel future growth. http://asia.nikkei.com/magazine/20170202
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Space, the 'final frontier,' is now the next place of business.
http://s.nikkei.com/2jX0MgJ
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A new space race is gathering speed, with India and China making major leaps. Space technology is changing our lives, in agriculture and in transportation. All in this week's NAR.
http://asia.nikkei.com/magazine/20170126
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Buy a Digital + Print Subscription now and receive a copy of "My personal History: Dhanin Chearavanont, chairman of CP Group".

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In chess, the player who makes the first move is said to have an advantage. How did Asian players move in the lead up to the Trump inauguration? In this weeks NAR.
http://asia.nikkei.com/magazine/20170119
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In this week's print edition of NAR, we revisit Vietnam, the wealth of opportunity as well as the geopolitical pressures and social media trends that are shaping its future.
http://asia.nikkei.com/magazine/TUNE-UP-TIME-FOR-VIETNAM
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2017 looks to be another year of disruption. Who will be the game changers in Asia? In this week's print edition of NAR.
http://asia.nikkei.com/magazine/Agents-of-Change-in-2017

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In this week's print edition of NAR we see Asian governments experimenting with big public programs to generate more revenue. We take you into tax offices of Indonesia where some of its richest citizens are taking part in a historic tax amnesty. In India we travel around the country to examine the effects of a big currency crackdown.

We reveal a search for hidden assets -- important as Asian wealth grows -- to secure money for essential infrastructure projects in a fast-growing region.

This is part of our commitment to offer you original investigative reports. Our reporters in India, Indonesia, Singapore and Hong Kong dug deep to uncover what is happening there and why.

http://asia.nikkei.com/magazine/THE-HUNT-FOR-HIDDEN-ASSETS
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