Lower Growth Target Reflects China's New Realities [Mar 29] China's authorities have begun to prepare for a rebalancing of the economic roles of the public and private sectors. If successful, this would imply a fundamental realignment in the country's political economy over the next decade.
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[April 2] Sharp's Alliance with Hon Hai; Jetstar's Toehold in China for Qantas; Increase in Foreign Debt Limit for Foreign Banks in China; Inspection of Korean Banks’ Household and SME Loans; and more.
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