Makeover helps Fujifilm put best face forward

Nimble transformation belies Japan Inc’s reputation

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British Columbia lowers tax in LNG push

Oil and gas groups look to site multibillion-dollar plants in province

Asia bourses follow Wall Street higher

Solid Japan export data buoy Nikkei, Hang Seng also stronger

Talks to end HK protests make little progress

Government offers few concrete concessions to protesters

China bank funds buy stake in Mediobanca

Italy a focal point of Beijing’s €5bn Europe investment push

Loeb urges Amgen to explore a break-up

Activist investor says biotech company is trading at a discount

Fed did not act on JPMorgan ‘whale’ fears

Report finds regulator failed to share concerns over bank unit

China growth slowest since global crisis

Decline in quarterly GDP expansion raises concerns for global economy

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Russia slaps conditions on Ukraine gas

Fears energy stand-off could hit winter supplies to Europe

Morgan Stanley mulls sale of gas business

Bank’s move after Fed raises concerns about risks

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Officials uneasy over claim that policy directed money to rich

Corporate India frets over debt levels

Nation’s industrial and banking sectors enter new political era still undercapitalised

Malaysia revs up for re-run of ‘Asean car’ dream

Idea is seductive but may have trouble making it off the drawing board

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