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General Mills cuts ’12 outlook on weak sales

(Reuters) – General Mills Inc cut its 2012 outlook on Friday, citing weak sales volume, and its shares fell more than 4 percent.

Europe Faces Larger Bill for Greece (Wall Street Journal)

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China to Banks: Holiday’s Over, Start Lending (Wall Street Journal)

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Incurable Virus Killing Thousands Of Lambs

A new virus is causing lambs to be born with deformities so severe that they die within seconds.

Passengers May Escape Heathrow Delays

Passengers at Heathrow airport may escape the feared delays forecast this weekend as families return from the half-term break, Sky sources have said.

Tokyo Foundation, Columbia Univ. to Host March 2011 Symposium & Concert

Kokoro: The Heart of Japan public symposium and choral concert will be held on Tuesday, March 6, 2012, at Merkin Concert Hall of the Kaufman Center (129 West 67th

Haier Establishes Asian Headquarters in Japan as Part of Its Global Expansion Strategy

Haier Establishes Asian Headquarters in Japan as Part of Its Global Expansion Strategy

HSBC Names McLean to Head Japan as Bank Scales Back

(Corrects sixth paragraph of story published on Jan. 27 to say McLean worked as business manager for global banking and markets in Asia-Pacific.) HSBC Holdings Plc (HSBA) named Kaber McLean as its chief executive officer for Japan, where Europe ’s biggest bank is reducing its presence as part…

Research and Markets: Japan Generics Market Analysis

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the “Japan Generics Market Analysis” report to their offer

Egypt-U.S. Rift Hangs Over IMF Loan Talks as Reserves Plunge

Egypt’s politicians and media are issuing ever-louder accusations of American meddling just as the country seeks loans from the International Monetary Fund, where the U.S. is the biggest

Hungary Should Keep Rate Unchanged Until IMF Agreement, Policy Makers Say

Hungary’s central bank should keep borrowing costs unchanged until the government agrees on an International Monetary Fund bailout, which may allow rate cuts, policy makers Ferenc

US says no plans to give IMF more money

The US Treasury reiterated Thursday that Washington has no plans to provide more money to the International Monetary Fund as the eurozone crisis drives the Fund to raise more emergency resources.

Europe Steps Up Talks With China on Its Market Status

The trade issue is important because Prime Minister Wen Jiabao of China has linked it to the question of whether the country would help bail out the European Union.

Europe's crisis can hurt India

The Hindu Business Line Europe accounts for a fifth of India’s exports. A setback in demand can cause BoP problems.

Ireland is easiest state in Europe to pay business taxes

IRELAND REMAINS the easiest country in Europe in which to pay business taxes, according to a new survey which also reveals that Ireland’s effective corporation tax rate is only marginally less than the EU average.

U.S. pushes EU, SWIFT to eject Iran banks

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The United States is pressuring the European Union and a global electronic banking system to expel Iranian banks from a network used to transfer money, another step in Western efforts to deprive Tehran of funds needed to develop nuclear weapons…

EU rules against forcing internet filters

SOCIAL networking websites cannot be forced to install filters preventing users from illegally sharing music and videos protected by copyright, the European Union’s top court says.

Cisco appeals EU's approval of Microsoft/Skype deal

(Reuters) – Cisco Systems Inc has challenged EU clearance of Microsoft Corp’s acquisition of Internet voice and video service Skype at Europe’s second highest court, saying the commission should have put tougher conditions on the deal. “Cisco does not oppose the merger, but believes the European Commission …

EU trade chief pressures China over procurements

China is protecting a domestic market for public procurements worth $1.1 trillion, EU Trade Commissioner Karel De Gucht said Thursday as he appealed to Beijing to open up further to global trade.

EU IT Companies to Get Guidance on Human Rights Issues

European surveillance technologies and mobile phone filtering companies could find themselves in hot water if they fail to respect human rights. Meanwhile two…

Business : EU contagion fright back

LONDON — Mounting political tensions and frustration at a lack of resolution over whether Greece will get a vital bailout rekindled fears on Thursday that Europe’s debt crisis could spread to other countries.

Hacked: How China is stealing America's business secrets

Sen. John Kerry is fed up with China’s penchant for looting technology from U.S. businesses — up to $400 billion worth of data each year. When will it stop?

ChinaBio® Partnering Forum 2012 to be held In Suzhou, China

The international biotech and pharma community will converge upon the city of Suzhou, China, a rapidly growing base for life science industries, at ChinaBio® Partnering Forum 2012 at the Kempinski Hotel Suzhou, May 23-24.

Romney, Business Leaders Differ on China Talk

Romney’s tough talk on China not echoed by business leaders.

Doing Business in China: Cultural Differences to Watch for

For Western businesses, doing business in China requires careful navigation of the cultural differences between China and the West.

Research and Markets: Agrochemicals and Pesticides Market in China: Business Report 2011

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the “Agrochemicals and Pesticides Market in China: Business

Research and Markets: SinoMedia Business Online Directories: The Most Comprehensive Collection of Online China …

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the “SinoMedia Business Online Directories” directory to t

Menlo Worldwide Logistics Announces Key Promotions in South Asia

SAN MATEO, CA and SINGAPORE– – Menlo Worldwide Logistics, the global logistics subsidiary of Con-way Inc. , today announced the promotions of Thomas Koh and Chuan Peng Low within the company’s South

Asia & Middle East Are Key Feldspar Demand Driving Regions According to Merchant Research & Consulting Ltd

The demand for feldspar is going east in its volume – the major demand driving regions are Asia and the Middle East. The key developing countries of Asia Pacific are projected to witness feldspar

At Singapore Airshow, Jetmakers See Growth In Asia-Pacific Region

Feb. 15–Wichita business jet manufacturers expect demand for light and midsize business jets to accelerate across the Asia-Pacific region in the next decade, the companies said Tuesday, the first day of the Singapore Airshow.

Squire Sanders Boosts Presence in Asia

NEW YORK, Feb. 16, 2012 /PRNewswire/ – Squire Sanders announced a significant step forward in implementing its strategy to continue developing its presence in the Asia Pacific region.Mao Tong, Peter Chow …

Drone-makers target Asia for growth

Demand for unmanned spy planes is booming in Asia

Fighters, radar, marine patrols top Asia's military wish-list

SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Singapore hosted military brass from across Asia this week at the region’s biggest arms and aerospace bazaar, almost 70 years to the day since it fell to Japanese forces sweeping across Southeast Asia during World War Two…

Research and Markets: Digital TV Sub-Saharan Africa: Several Pioneering Foreign TV Players Entering an Increasingly …

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the “Digital TV Sub-Saharan Africa” report to their offerin

Research and Markets: Middle East and Africa Anesthesia and Respiratory Devices Market Outlook to 2017

Research and Markets has announced the addition of GlobalData’s new report “Middle East and Africa Anesthesia

How is Africa coping with the euro crisis?

How is Africa coping with the euro crisis?

South Africa: Budget Should Be Business-Friendly – Sacci

[BuaNews] Pretoria – The upcoming Budget Speech should be business-friendly and reduce hindrances to job creation and economic growth, the South African Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Sacci) said.

EDF says France, China to bid for S.Africa reactors

PARIS (Reuters) – French utility EDF said it plans to bid for a contract to build nuclear reactors in South Africa in a possible Franco-Chinese partnership. EDF’s nuclear…

US Chamber tests business climate in South Africa

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce says Americans are closely watching regulators and policy makers in South Africa for signs they can do business in Africa’s biggest economy.Myron Brilliant, senior vice president …

Euro rises on report ECB will help Greece

The euro rose Thursday on a report that the European Central Bank is providing Greece with debt relief.

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