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Just months after the second deadly surge reached its peak, the virus is spreading again
Investor sentiment sours further against hugely indebted property developer facing cash crunch
Baht has shed 9% this year as ‘balance of payments shock’ takes heavy toll on sentiment
CEO Makoto Uchida wants to expand recycling of lithium-ion devices used in electric vehicles
Research looks at how the world’s largest sovereign creditor lends.
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Cold shoulder from US comes as Taliban captures swaths of territory across Afghanistan
It’s quiet but perhaps not too quiet.
Beijing’s game of sectoral whack-a-mole means investors must expect limits on share valuations
Beijing’s security crackdown spreads as pop singer charged over 2018 election rally performance
Ebrahim Raisi is formally endorsed by country’s supreme leader at ceremony in Tehran
Online games branded ‘spiritual opium’ in Beijing’s latest assault on tech and its social impact
City-state has become an important front in industry’s battle to woo financial regulators
Vaccinated citizens infected in latest outbreak, but expert insists China-made jabs are effective
Surge in returns follows commitments made by Xi Jinping to achieve net zero emissions by 2060
Digital lenders set to fill gap as banks pull back in heavily indebted nation
In the company of today’s literati, the lives of rajas and taluqdars could be reimagined
Games demonstrate why Japanese companies must ditch traditional ‘silent’ approach on social issues
Regulators should be more worried by too much buying of its stocks and bonds than by too little
Plus, Square’s $29bn bet on ‘buy now pay later’, Monzo’s regulatory woes and the hedge fund driving up fintech valuations
Analysts trim expectations for how quickly the country will cut back on production of the alloy
Central banks, that‘s who. Now the BIS suggests watching them like big banks.