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China's Yangtze Memory Technologies plans to bring online a second plant in its home city of Wuhan as early as the end of this year.
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INSIDE SHANGHAI LOCKDOWN | At least 200 individuals are believed to have died, not due to COVID, but due to lack of access to hospitals.
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#COVID19 #coronavirus #vaccine
 
Metro Manila is notorious for traffic jams, but SariSuki has a system it says allows deliveries to be made within 15 minutes after an order is placed.
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#Supah
 
Samsung Heavy Industries has received orders for 24 LNG carriers this year alone, reaching a value of $6.3 billion and achieving 72% of the annual order target.
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The Hong Kong Sevens rugby tournament is likely to kick off in November under a "closed-loop" system similar to Beijing's Winter Olympics.

#HongKong #rugby #hongkongsevens #HK7s #rugby7s
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PODCAST | ABORTION IN CHINA

In China, abortion is used to limit, expand and alter populations.

During the one-child policy era, parents with unauthorized pregnancies faced penalties. But the incentives have changed.

Learn more on #AsiaStream:

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The products, made for children up to age 3, will cost $25 to $28 for 800-gram containers, a relatively high price for Cambodia. Meiji aims to expand throughout the country, targeting 1 billion yen ($7.36 million) in sales by 2030.

#Cambodia #meiji
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Milk brand Meiji brings Japanese baby formula straight to Cambodia
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UKRAINE WAR LATEST | Zelenskyy calls for heavy arms as Russia pounds cities
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#Ukraine #UkraineRussiaWar #Russia #RussiaUkraineWar
 
Laotians take to social media in outrage over the debt crisis, a rare sign of courage by a public long cowed into silence by the communist ruling party, in power since the mid-1970s.

#Laos
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Laos faces public backlash as economy teeters toward default
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High number of COVID-19 cases increased unpaid work burdens on women and affected their labor market participation substantially in Indonesia and Pakistan.

#Indonesia #Pakistan #COVID #women #gendergap
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The last time the yen fell past 136 to the dollar was 24 years ago, in 1998. Just like this year, Japan held an upper house election in the summer.

#Japan #yen #election #upperhouse
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It's 1998 again in Japan as election nears and yen softens
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A decadelong conflict between South Korea's Samsung Electronics and LG Group over OLED technology has finally drawn to a close, but not before Chinese players wrested control of a sizable portion of the market.

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India as the next big chip maker?
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Authorities have punished five officials in China's Zhengzhou city for deliberately turning thousands of citizens' health codes red, the local anti-corruption authority said.

#China #COVID
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Chinese officials punished for changing health codes of depositors
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UKRAINE WAR | FREE BLOG

Follow the latest updates on the Ukraine war at Nikkei Asia's free blog.

#Ukraine #UkraineRussiaWar #NATO
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PODCAST | TAKING ON TABOO

In the latest #AsiaStream episode, we survey abortion laws and attitudes in Asia.

We place special attention on four countries: China, Indonesia, India and Japan.

Listen now:

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Good morning, Asia. This was our most read story while you were sleeping.

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The rise of South Korea as a cultural powerhouse with a growing international presence in music, TV dramas and movies might not have been possible without Lee's contribution.

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Two prominent Chinese rights lawyers are set to go on trial behind closed doors this week on charges of state subversion.

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Honda, peers to ride 20 motorcycles off into the sunset this year
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'ANOTHER FIGHT' | ABORTION IN INDONESIA

Officially, abortion is legal in Indonesia under two circumstances, including pregnancy from rape.

But in practice, it’s more complicated.

Our correspondent @philomimi explains on the latest #AsiaStream:

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CHINA UP CLOSE | OUT IN THE COLD

The demotion of diplomat Le Yucheng has rocked China's political world.

His fingerprints were all over the now-famous summit between Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin on Feb. 4. But then came Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

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FALLING YEN | NEGATIVE FEEDBACK LOOP

The yen's slide is spurring sales of Japanese government bonds in anticipation of a retreat by the BOJ from its easy monetary policy, fueling a self-perpetuating loop.

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OPINION | WHAT BRICS MEANS TODAY

For China, #BRICS remains a way to thumb its nose at the West and demonstrate that an alternative world order is possible without either the presence or the leadership of the U.S., writes Sreeram Chaulia.

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At Shanghai congress, all eyes on fate of Xi's close ally Li Qiang
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PODCAST | ABORTION IN JAPAN

Japan's male signature requirement has denied some rape victims abortions because they couldn't get consent from their abusers.

On our latest episode, @kizzy224 explains in an interview with @JackStoneTruitt.

Listen:

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UKRAINE WAR LATEST | NIKKEI ASIA BLOG

-- China's Xi blasts 'weaponized' sanctions, misguided attempts to expand military alliances

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Ukraine latest: China's Xi takes veiled jab at push to 'expand' NATO
asia.nikkei.com
 
TESLA EARNINGS | BEATING THE AUTOMAKERS AT THEIR OWN GAME

The American EV maker can covert inventory into cash faster than any of its established competitors.

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Tesla's fast cash: EV maker nips at heels of profit leader Toyota
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U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai said that she views tariffs on #Chinese goods as "a significant piece of leverage" in the U.S.-China trade relationship and removing them would likely have a limited effect on controlling short-term inflation.
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USTR Tai calls U.S. tariffs on Chinese goods 'significant' leverage
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U.S. lawmakers on both sides of the aisle want to make sure the Biden administration remains involved in the Asia-Pacific region.

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U.S. lawmakers push for Asia-Pacific engagement with flurry of bills
asia.nikkei.com
 
PODCAST | ABORTION IN CHINA

In China, abortion is used to limit, expand and alter populations.

During the one-child policy era, parents with unauthorized pregnancies faced penalties. But the incentives have changed.

Learn more on #AsiaStream:

s.nikkei.com/3b6oJRo
 
 
EXCLUSIVE | JAPAN MOTORCYCLE CUT

Honda and three Japanese rivals plan to discontinue about 20 motorcycle models by the end of this year in response to tougher emissions standards.

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UKRAINE WAR LATEST | NIKKEI ASIA BLOG

-- Biden asks U.S. Congress for gasoline tax relief
-- Europe should prepare for total shutoff of Russian gas: IAE chief
-- Indonesian president to visit Ukraine, Russia

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Ukraine latest: Biden calls for U.S. gasoline tax relief
asia.nikkei.com
 
INDO-PACIFIC STRATEGY | AMERICA's DEPLOYMENT PROBLEM

Only 10 to 15% of U.S. naval and air assets are positioned in the Western Pacific, giving China an early advantage in potential conflict.

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AFGHANISTAN QUAKE | DEATH TOLL HITS 1,000

Disaster management officials said at least 1,000 are dead and 600 injured. However, local officials put the number of injured higher.

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Afghanistan earthquake kills at least 1,000
asia.nikkei.com
 
PODCAST | TAKING ON TABOO

In the latest #AsiaStream episode, we survey abortion laws and attitudes in Asia.

We place special attention on four countries: China, Indonesia, India and Japan.

Listen now:

s.nikkei.com/3zUa1ax
 
Tata makes its case for India as an alternative destination for chip production, as geopolitical and natural disaster risks linger in South Korea and Taiwan.
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Philippine startup SariSuki has launched a service that promises delivery of groceries within 15 minutes after they are ordered.
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Philippine startup takes on Grab with 15-minute grocery delivery
asia.nikkei.com
 
Good morning, America. This was our most read story while you were sleeping.
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A decadelong court battle between South Korea's Samsung and LG over OLED technology has likely benefitted Chinese rivals.
s.nikkei.com/3tSYJzr
#OLED #LCD
 
Thai oil refiners under heat as Bangkok seeks profit-sharing.
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BOYS SEEN AS ASSETS | GIRLS ARE LIABILITIES

On our latest podcast, @Kimsubh explains why most Indian families prefer male children.

This leads to sex-selective abortions. There are 929 girls per 1,000 boys born annually.

Learn more on #AsiaStream:

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The Hong Kong Sevens rugby tournament is likely to kick off in November under a "closed-loop" system similar to Beijing's Winter Olympics, an official from the game said Wednesday.
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Hong Kong Sevens rugby showcase eyes kickoff after COVID delays
asia.nikkei.com
 
BREAKING | Strong earthquake kills at least 950 in Afghanistan
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