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Quotas charge up China's electric-car market
China's electric-car market is already the world's biggest, but a government proposal to introduce "new energy" vehicle quotas for automakers is further charging it up.
 
Bad debts hindering India growth: analysts
The recent arrest of Vijay Mallya highlighted the problem of bad loans in India, but analysts say the tycoon's unpaid debts are just the tip of an iceberg that is already holding back the country's economic growth.
 
Reaping the rewards
Indian farmers separate husk from harvest wheat grain by using a harvester machine in a field on the outskirts of Alwar in the western state of Rajasthan.
 
GlobalWafers issues most GDS by Taiwan firm in over 3 years
GlobalWafers Co. (環球晶圓), a leading silicon wafer supplier in Taiwan, has issued the largest global depositary shares (GDS) by a company listed on the local equity market in more than three years.
 
Japan's exports rose at a faster-than-expected 12 percent pace in March, while imports jumped nearly 16 percent from a year earlier, the government said Thursday.
 
Southeast Asia's potential beckons as global automakers look beyond China's massive market to extend their sales boom in the region, but executives say they face a struggle to match the explosive Chinese growth.
 
Australia will scrap a temporary visa for skilled overseas workers, the prime minister said Tuesday, arguing that Australians must be given priority over foreigners for local jobs.
 
More than 200 delegates from the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) will proceed with a meeting in a central Philippine resort province this week despite a foiled attack there by Muslim extremists, officials said Monday.
 
Confidence in local economy continues to improve: survey
Confidence in Taiwan's economy has continued to improve as data points to stable recovery, according to a monthly survey conducted by Cathay Financial Holding Co.
 
China's growth stabilized in the first quarter thanks to rising investments and a recovery in exports, experts said, though they warned the reprieve may be temporary.
 
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