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Multinationals turn to Weibo

b>SHANGHAI:/bWhat do the International Monetary Fund, Louis Vuitton and Unilever have in common?

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New Internet neighbourhoods to be unveiled soon

ICANN will announce it on June 13.

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Asian factories cool as export orders slide

Asia's factory sector lost momentum in May as new export orders in the trading bellwethers of China, Taiwan and South Korea fell or cooled, reinforcing the view that the world economic outlook is dimming in the second quarter.

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Asian factories cool as export orders slide

Asia's factory sector lost momentum in May as new export orders in the trading bellwethers of China, Taiwan and South Korea fell or cooled.

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Startups say skills, not taxes behind Ireland's draw

Technology businesses taking part in this week's Web Summit in Dublin said there was more to Ireland than the low taxes that have drawn fierce criticism from other European countries.

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Australia probes bitcoin crime links

A top Australian law enforcement agency is investigating bitcoin's role in organised crime, just as politicians and financial regulators embrace the digital currency as a legitimate part of modern business.

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Quirky gizmos

The Bytz team reveals their personal picks for sci-fi inventions they’d like to see making their way into the real world.

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Trolling for Putin: Russia’s information war explained

Lyudmila Savchuk says it was money that wooed her into the ranks of the Kremlin’s online army, where she bombarded website comment pages with eulogies of President Vladimir Putin, while mocking his adversaries.

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Modi’s ‘shame’ claim sparks backlash in India

India’s nationalist prime minister Narendra Modi sparked a social media backlash after claiming his compatriots had once felt “ashamed” of their country.

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US airs deep concerns over cyber security in China meetings

The United States said that cyber theft sponsored by the Chinese government was a major problem and stressed the need to keep Asian sea lanes open as the world's two biggest economies held annual talks aimed at maintaining working relations in spite of rising tensions.