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Asian Real-Estate Investors Are Thinking Small

July 17, 2013 |

Investors from the East are increasingly looking toward cheaper properties. What’s News Asia

Paper Titan’s Big Bet Hits a Frosty Siberia

July 17, 2013 |

International Paper has sunk $ 1.2 billion into Russia, much of it to modernize a pulp mill built five decades ago, in an almost-anything-goes part of a country that isn’t always hospitable to Western companies. What’s News Europe

Germany Turns Eyes to U.S. Market

July 17, 2013 |

German companies are increasingly relying on the U.S. to cushion the blow from China’s slowdown and the recession across much of the euro zone. What’s News Europe

‘Invisible’ Man Steers China’s Currency Reserves

July 17, 2013 |

Zhu Changhong, a former physicist, plays a key role in the allocation of China’s trillions of dollars of foreign reserves, but little is known about him. What’s News Asia

China Steps Up Pressure on Glaxo

July 17, 2013 |

A high-level Chinese GlaxoSmithKline executive appeared to back allegations of bribery in an interview on state-controlled television in China, as Beijing ratcheted up pressure on the U.K. drug maker. US Business

For Vintner, $145 Million of Wine Down Drain

July 16, 2013 |

Australia’s Treasury Wine, one of the world’s biggest vintners, was forced to destroy thousands of gallons of wine following poor U.S. sales and will book a $ 145 million charge. US Business

China Falters in Effort to Boost Consumption

July 16, 2013 |

China’s push to get consumers to open their wallets more and refocus the economy on domestic consumption is stalling, contributing to lower growth in the second quarter. What’s News Asia

Buyers Put Brake on Opel

July 16, 2013 |

Opel’s share of the western European car market shrank to its lowest level for more than a decade in the first half, underscoring how car makers struggle amid a multiyear slump in demand. What’s News Europe

Putin Urges Snowden to Leave Russia

July 16, 2013 |

Putin said he hopes NSA leaker Snowden leaves Russia and that the situation doesn’t hurt U.S. relations. What’s News Europe

China Targets Big Pharma

July 16, 2013 |

China unveiled a litany of bribery and misconduct allegations against GlaxoSmithKline, a move that industry experts said could presage a broader crackdown in a lucrative market for pharmaceutical and medical companies. What’s News Asia