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    Modi asks India to clean up

    Not since Mahatma Gandhi, the revered independence campaigner, has any Indian leader appeared particularly concerned about By Amy Kazmin in New Delhi

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    Investors unfazed by Hong Kong unrest

    As pro-democracy demonstrations enter their sixth day, much of Hong Kong remains at a standstill. “Sorry, we are temporarily By Josh Noble in Hong Kong

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    Skymark and Airbus near A380 order settlement

    Skymark Airlines of Japan said it was nearing settlement with Airbus over a cancelled superjumbo order, sending the shares By Kana Inagaki in Tokyo

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    Only a weak euro can save the ECB now

    (Ralph Orlowski/Getty Images) Most of the news which has come out since the European Central Bank’s last governing council, Lorenzo Bini Smaghi

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    Australia's new LNG hub

    Huge demand for gas from Asia has led to a boom in liquid natural gas projects in Australia, including three liquefaction 4m 11secs

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    Russia debt freeze is lesson for Hong Kong

    Beyond a few wobbles, global markets have proved remarkably indifferent this year to political risks – whether Russia’s By Ralph Atkins in London

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    Hedi Slimane highlights the undercarriage of designer beauty brands

    There has been a recent slew of big-name brand entrants to the $90bn beauty sector, all keen to capitalize on designer star Elizabeth Paton

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    Asia-Pacific bourses follow Wall Street lower

    Thursday 04.20 BST. Asian equities have followed Wall Street’s downward trend, as investors’ nerves were frayed by reports By Naomi Rovnick in Hong Kong

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    AirAsia chief says rival’s restructuring will benefit his carrier

    Tony Fernandes, the chief executive of Kuala Lumpur-listed AirAsia, Asia’s largest low-cost airline, has welcomed a planned By Jeremy Grant in Singapore

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    S Korea’s traditional rent-free tenancies come under strain

    For decades, South Korean landlords have scorned monthly rent in favour of jeonse – a unique system under which tenants By Simon Mundy in Seoul

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