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Pyongyang Seen Closer to Nuclear Missile  (25 October 10:47 am) 
North Korea probably has the capability to produce a nuclear warhead that could be mounted on a rocket, a top U.S. commander said Friday, moving it closer to building a nuclear missile.
An insolvent solar-energy firm that suffered China’s first domestic bond default approved a controversial debt restructuring plan that leaves many of its biggest debtors with hefty losses.
A Japan Baseball Dream Becomes Real  (24 October 10:48 am) 
Japan high-school pitching sensation Shota Tatsuta, profiled by The Wall Street Journal, was picked by the Nippon-Ham Fighters, realizing his dream of turning pro.
South Korea's Growth Picks Up  (24 October 10:48 am) 
South Korea’s economic growth picked up some pace in the third quarter, as a rebound in domestic demand supported by stimulus measures offset weak exports.
After its successful relisting, classified advertisement and human resources firm Recruit Holdings aims to ramp up acquisitions to become the world’s biggest player in the staffing business by 2020,
Weak Yen Pressures Japan Firms in China  (24 October 10:48 am) 
The yen’s sharp decline against the yuan is clobbering some Japanese companies operating in China, forcing them to rethink businesses there.
CVC to Cut Link Net Share Sale Size  (24 October 10:48 am) 
Private-equity firm CVC Capital Partners has cut the size of its share sale in Indonesian broadband and cable-TV operator PT Link Net due a bout of recent volatility in global equity markets that has
Concerns about a global slowdown may pour cold water on a foreign bond-buying spree by Japan’s life insurance companies seeking higher returns abroad.
Foreign Firms Pull Back in China  (24 October 10:48 am) 
The People’s Money: For years, multinationals plowed money into China. Now, a combination of slower growth, weak global demand and a feeling Beijing has singled out foreign firms for regulatory
Asia Gets Slick Deals on Oil  (24 October 10:48 am) 
A slump in oil prices and a surge in supply are tipping the scales in favor of buyers in Asia, who are now benefiting from sweeter deals and discounts.
Asia's Gold Appetite Returning  (24 October 10:48 am) 
Consumers in India and China, the world’s two biggest buyers of gold, have started buying again after prices fell to 2014 lows earlier this month.
Nickel prices have sunk to their lowest level since March, extending a roller-coaster year for investors, amid a gloomy economic outlook and fallout from a trade-financing scandal in China.
Federal prosecutors are investigating Japanese air bag supplier Takata in connection with defective air bags made by the company that have been linked to two deaths.
Hong Kong Media Split Over Protests  (23 October 10:48 am) 
As Hong Kong lumbers through its fourth week of pro-democracy protests, the variety of coverage in the local media reveals differences in visions for the city’s future.
HSBC was criticized by the U.K.’s antitrust regulator for breaching its rules by forcing small and medium-sized businesses to open business accounts to get a loan.
China's Missing Business Cycle  (23 October 10:48 am) 
A slowdown will make the real health of the economy clearer.
U.S. regulators and the Chinese affiliates of the Big Four accounting firms are making “progress” in talks to settle their dispute over the regulators’ access to the firms’ audit documents
Oil Search Raises Dividend  (23 October 10:48 am) 
Oil Search said it would increase the size of dividend payments to shareholders after it completed a sweeping strategic review of its business.
Asian Morning Briefing
Consumer staples in countries from India to China have outperformed the broader emerging market index by about 50% since 2008, but the rally is showing cracks.
Pork Politics Threaten the Taiwan Strait  (23 October 10:48 am) 
A trade dispute is endangering strategic cooperation between Washington and Taipei.
Sky-high prices for buildings in central Tokyo—part of one property sold for $1.7 billion—have investors looking elsewhere in Japan.
A federal appeals court served up a treat for diners, ruling that foreign chefs with specialized knowledge acquired through cultural traditions, upbringing or life experience may qualify for visas to
While Sonia Cheng is a member of the tech-savvy generation, her hotels haven’t made it a priority to roll out new technologies at the expense of the personal touch.
Chinese Go After Hong Kong Brokerages  (22 October 10:48 am) 
Chinese companies eager to establish a foothold in Hong Kong before a widely anticipated stock-trading link between the city and Shanghai opens this year are gobbling up small brokerages.