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There's plenty to chew over in Asia this week including policy decisions in Australia and India, Chinese factory activity and a hike in Japan's sales tax.
Australia's prime minister said he was hopeful a clue will soon emerge in the hunt for Flight 370, as Chinese relatives of passengers protested in Malaysia to demand that the government apologize.
Chinese authorities have seized assets worth $14.5 billion from associates of retired security tsar Zhou Yongkang, who is at the center of China's biggest corruption scandal in decades.
Two years before bitcoin exchange Mt.Gox filed for bankruptcy, the CEO was challenged over whether client money was being used to cover costs, sources claimed.
Objects retrieved on Friday are not related to missing Malaysia Airlines jet, Chinese state media said.
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The search area of the missing pane has shifted northeast of where a team of investigators had been looking for debris. NBC News reports.
Indian firm Sahara has asked each of its employee to pay 100,000 rupees ($1,670)to get the boss out of jail, according to reports.
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Japan on Friday released a mixed bag of economic data, which have been closely-watched ahead of the country's first sales tax hike in 17 years that goes into effect next week.
Every male university student in North Korea is now under orders to get North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's distinctive hairstyle.
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The Indian rupee has staged an impressive turnaround in the recent months, but analysts say it may struggle to sustain its move below the key 60 level.
The first quarter has been a mixed bag for Asia's major markets, with last year's star performer turning into this year's laggard.
A rumour was all it took to spark a run on a bank in China as the story passed quickly from person to person, among depositors, bystanders and even bank employees.
Australia's first ever bank note has been sold for AUD$280,000 (US$260,000) at an auction house in Sydney, Australia.
Japan's looming sales tax hike has dented sentiment, but the bite on consumers may prove a boon for online retailers, ecommerce titan Rakuten's CEO said.
Japan's ANA placed its biggest order of 70 new planes, including 20 Boeing 777-9X wide-body jets in a move bringing relief to the U.S. planemaker.
Satellite images taken on Sunday show 122 "potential objects" in the search for debris from missing flight MH370, authorities said Wednesday.
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