Electric cars star at Beijing motor show

Push to encourage wider adoption of the vehicles

Japan: corporate governance

Returns, though improving, remain stubbornly low

JLR’s China factory to rival UK quality

Head of operations says company will add new Chinese brand

Posco seeks ways to ride steel slowdown

Chief executive investigates subsidiary sales

What is Alibaba really worth?

US IPO filing to give first peek inside Chinese ecommerce giant

Martell Caractère, Martell’s newest cognac expression, at a star studded launch event held at The Paramour Mansion on October 10 2013 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Charley Gallay/Getty Images for Martell Caractere)

China crackdown hits cognac industry

Closures of karaoke and hostess bars disrupts key profit channel

UK retirement housing set to come of age

Developers predict rapid growth for UK sector

US looks to mine Asia’s silver economy

Economic growth opens up opportunities for building communities

Alibaba: valuing a giant

Various methods to answer popular question

Bleak future for Australian manufacturing

Industry woes pose risk to record of 22 years of economic growth

VW to keep adding Chinese capacity

German carmaker to boost dealerships 50% by 2018

S Korea arrests ferry captain

Two other crew members taken into custody

Week in Review, April 19

Featuring Citigroup; Tesco; Google, Diageo, and Imperial Tobacco

JPMorgan’s China head moved to fresh role

Zili Shao ran unit at centre of ‘princeling’ scandal

Weibo’s US debut underwhelms

Tech stocks pullback and net crackdown hit Chinese microblog’s IPO

Singapore uncorks Asia wine hub potential

Record sales in southeast Asia lure western merchants

Global carmakers seek China inroads

Beijing auto show highlights carmakers’ dependence on China

Ambani’s Reliance in gasfield legal spat

Indian conglomerate accuses author of defamation

Anger over S Korea ferry rescue efforts

Divers make desperate search for 282 missing people

Weibo: done talking about chat

Subdued price hopefully marks the end of wild valuations


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