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Japan’s dominance could be challenged within a decade as investment in region surges
Near-boycott ends as Kiev emerges from past crises
Lockstep cut unlikely but easing in US could hasten move to market-based system
No end in sight for slowdown unless government retreats further from debt commitments
Economic boom is driving down cost of alcohol, fuelling public health crisis
Confluence of factors means devaluations may now work in reverse
Wuhan’s reluctance to give up control of state retailer highlights reform challenge??
Industry fears losing competitiveness as populist government lines up price controls
Local government aid fuels land grab in market for next-generation smartphone screens
Developers report slower activity but flagging economy could result in looser policy?
Region’s push into major equity and bond benchmarks drives strong inflows
Second downgrade would plunge Mexican oil company into junk territory
Even if new government survives, 2014 coup leader has no cure for ailing economy
More firms say trade war hurting as FTCR index falls to three-year low
Export boom raises stakes for government accused of outsourcing deforestation
Households say domestic concerns far more worrying than US tariff actions
Latest interbank market squall spells more trouble for private company financing
Push for potentially lucrative opportunities in China and beyond
Korea, Singapore, Israel and Taiwan could be stripped from corporate bond flagship
Forget the hype surrounding Luckin — China much prefers its tea
Local firms outspent as regional tech giants fight for slice of growing business
Public debt balloons back to levels seen before massive write-off programme
Reliance on old economic driver reflects failed efforts to boost private companies
Slowing globalisation and weaker economic growth blamed for pullback
Government ramrods lending market but companies reluctant to invest in weak economy