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How you move your mouse could stop cybertheft
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Why Hong Kong should send back 'asylum' seekers from India - South China Morning Post (subscription)

Why Hong Kong should send back 'asylum' seekers from India
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As for Christians, the church is the second largest landlords in India after the government. The Christian church manages and controls some of the most prestigious educational institutions. And Indian law guarantees that it can give preference to ...

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A free lunch for zombie firms? China's plan for debt-to-equity swaps prompts concerns for bankers - South China Morning Post

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A free lunch for zombie firms? China's plan for debt-to-equity swaps prompts concerns for bankers
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... corporate debt into equity as a way to keep a lid on the rising leverage ratio in the economy could give zombieā€ firms a way to evade debt payments if adequate checks are not put in place, analysts and bankers say. The plan, which is still a work ...



China to boost measures to increase efficiency at ailing state-owned firms and allow more companies to merge - South China Morning Post (subscription)

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China to boost measures to increase efficiency at ailing state-owned firms and allow more companies to merge
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Measures include further adoption of competitive hiring and compensation practices at state-owned companies and the use of employee stock ownership schemes, the news agency said. State companies, moreover, will be directed to further adopt ...

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New Delhi university campus becomes flashpoint in India's national debate about right to free speech - South China Morning Post (subscription)

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New Delhi university campus becomes flashpoint in India's national debate about right to free speech
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For two days police stood at the gates of a distinguished university in India's capital without being invited in. Inside, five students wanted on sedition charges were holed up, protected by private security guards. Just before midnight on Tuesday, two ...

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