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    S Korea PM offers to resign amid ‘war on corruption’

    South Korea’s prime minister has offered to resign after finding himself embroiled in the “war on corruption” he declaredSimon Mundy in Seoul

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    Digital cameras are workable as a guard on the police

    At some of the conferences I attend in the US it’s fashionable to ask panelists and speakers what constitutional amendmentAndrew McAfee

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    Abe selects Toyota adviser for BoJ policy board

    Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has moved to reinforce the Bank of Japan’s fight against deflation by appointing a Toyota adviserRobin Harding in Tokyo

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    Exiled Bangladeshi leader pleads for pressure on ‘terrorist’ government

    Exiled Bangladesh opposition leader Tarique Rahman has accused the Sheikh Hasina government of “state terrorism” and calledVictor Mallet in New Delhi

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    China is taking steps to address its debt problem

    Sometime in the coming months, China Huarong Asset Management, which was set up in 1999 to deal with the bad debts ofHenny Sender

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    China Resources Enterprise sells retail unit to focus on beer

    Shares in China Resources Enterprise leapt more than 50 per cent after the state-owned supermarkets and beer group producedJennifer Hughes in Hong Kong

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    Asia bourses head higher following Wall Street’s lead

    Tuesday 04:00 BST. Most markets around Asia were on the rise, towed higher by a positive lead from Wall Street. Hong Kong’sPeter Wells in Hong Kong

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    DoJ security chief in plea over hackers

    The top national security official at the Department of Justice is urging the private sector to report more cyber attacks,Hannah Kuchler in San Francisco

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    RBI rate cuts evade India’s real economy

    When India held rates again this month it was less a sign of confidence in the economy or the end of inflationary fears andDavid Keohane and James Crabtree in Mumbai

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    Lixil serves up a new style of Japanese multinational

    What do you get when you take five proud but domestic Japanese companies, merge them, and then add four large foreignRobin Harding and Kana Inagaki in Tokyo

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