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Analysis: Banks play cat-and-mouse with Beijing to comply with rules

HONG KONG/SHANGHAI: China's banks are playing a game of cat-and-mouse with the Beijing authorities, window-dressing deposit numbers at the end of each quarter to meet regulatory requirements on how much funds they must hold.

Vanguards to curb rise in suicide cases

KUALA TERENGGANU: The Health Ministry is committed towards tackling the problem of the rise in suicide rate in Malaysia through various initiatives, including increasing the number of family health specialists nationwide.

Japan ramps up threat of forex action in long-term growth plan

TOKYO: Japan’s government warned it would act decisively in foreign exchange markets if strong gains in the yen threatened the country’s fragile economy, as it rolled out a long-term growth plan for the next eight years.

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China and U.S. agree to cooperate in Asia - Clinton

PHNOM PENH (Reuters) - Rival powers China and the United States will work together in Asia and find common ground to ensure proper handling of sensitive issues, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said on Thursday.

Early detection of allergy

An expert guide on allergy detection.

Hitting the hilarious four-o

Turning 40 turns out to be a celebration of life and love – with lots of laughter – for Asha Gill.

Hitting the hilarious four-o

Turning 40 turns out to be a celebration of life and love – with lots of laughter – for Asha Gill.

Vanguards to curb rise in suicide cases

THE Health Ministry is committed towards tackling the problem of the rise in suicide rate in Malaysia through various initiatives, including increasing the number of family health specialists nationwide.

Euro hits 2-year low, Wall Street hit by profit warnings(update)

NEW YORK: The euro fell to a two-year low against the dollar on Tuesday as investors were wary that a German court could delay Europe's new bailout fund, while a series of profit warnings from U.S. companies took Wall Street lower.