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Jobs numbers increase at 100 firms
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Friday, 29 April 2011
Jobs numbers increase at 100 firms
JOB numbers at the IFSC increased last year for the first time in three years but corporation tax take from the centre fell slightly.Read Full Article ...
 
Internet scam targets domain name registrants
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Friday, 29 April 2011
Internet scam targets domain name registrants
A NEW internet scam has emerged aimed at online businesses seeking to renew domain names.Read Full Article ...
 
Indonesia eyes infrastructure loans from China visit
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Friday, 29 April 2011
Indonesia eyes infrastructure loans from China visit
China is likely to offer around $10 billion in loans for investment in Indonesian infrastructure and manufacturing during a visit to Jakarta by Premier Wen Jia...
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ICBC, BOC report bumper Q1 profit helped by rate hikes
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Friday, 29 April 2011
ICBC, BOC report bumper Q1 profit helped by rate hikes
Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (1398.HK), the world's biggest bank, and its smaller rival Bank of China (3988.HK) posted market-beating first-quarter ...
 
Indian IT lags global peers in healthcare vertical
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Friday, 29 April 2011
Indian IT lags global peers in healthcare vertical
healthcare services vertical , which has in recent years has emerged among the fastest growing verticals after banking, financial services and insurance (BFSI)...
 
China's banks report bumper Q1, helped by rate hikes
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Friday, 29 April 2011
China's banks report bumper Q1, helped by rate hikes
China's top banks underscored the strengths of their operations by posting market-beating first-quarter profits on Thursday on the back of interest rate hikes,...
 
China, Malaysia sign pacts and plan more investments
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Friday, 29 April 2011
China, Malaysia sign pacts and plan more investments
Malaysia and its top trading partner China signed eight agreements on Thursday to deepen trade and investment ties as Beijing seeks to raise its economic clout...
 
Banks off to a strong 2011 start
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Banks off to a strong 2011 start
China Minsheng is latest lender to report good results in first quarter SHANGHAI - Higher interest margins are helping Chinese banks to report strong results i...
 
New era for regional relations
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Friday, 29 April 2011
New era for regional relations
Expanding exchanges and dialogue between China and Indonesia will benefit multilateral cooperation in Asia-PacificRead Full Article ...
 
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