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Japan's economy shrank at an annualized 1.1% in the final quarter of 2015, revised up from a earlier reading of a 1.4% contraction.
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Charles Chao, CEO of Sina, discusses the company's efforts to stamp out inaccurate information on its social media platforms.
Samsung is unlikely to adopt a holding company structure as this would undermine the Lee family's control, warns Nomura's Michael Na.
Geoff Cutmore and Sophia Yan examine how China's "One Belt, One Road" project could create benefits, locally and globally.