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Articles from Asian Economic News (March 4, 2002)

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3 nabbed over suspected smuggling of rare birds from S.E. Asia. 215
57 killed, 43 injured in train fire in India. 283
6 killed in Indonesia's Aceh Province. 128
Asian editorial excerpts - JAPAN IN A PITIFUL STATE. 341
Australia announces agreement with U.S. on climate control. 374
Cambodia gets new airline partner. 215
China looking to keep control of top economic sectors. 342
China trade hits record 13% of Taiwan's overall trade. 249
Chinese cargo ship carrying Japanese garbage turns back. 123
Chinese carriers to launch regular flights to Oita, Kagoshima. 162
Daiki, Mitsubishi Rayon to set up joint unit in China. 119
FEATURE: Diary from 1930s gives vivid account of Afghanistan. 744
Filipino transsexual found murdered in Kawasaki dorm. 200
FOCUS: China admits Yangtze is huge pollution reservoir. 919
H.K. fiscal deficit totals HK$40.5 bil. for April-Jan. 324
H.K. to offer residency to foreigners for investment. 228
Ho Chi Minh City targets $1 bil. in FDI in 2002. 205
Japan industry export to ease with China WTO entry: Hiranuma. 157
JBIC to sign $420 mil. untied loan with Malaysia. 102
Malaysia Airlines to resume flights to N.Y. on May 30. 212
Malaysia confirms delaying distribution of 4 foreign magazines. 389
Malaysia economy grows 0.4% in 2001, missing 1-2% target. 234
Professional wrestling matches to be held in Kabul. 164
Report says high-tech toxic trash from U.S. flooding Asia. 276
S. Korea's railway workers end strike. 241
S. Korean gas workers call off strike. 244
Senior trade official says too early to mull FTA with China. 209
Shareholders approve Kirin acquisition of 15% of San Miguel. 379
Singapore's economy down 2% in 2001 but recovery in sight. 290
Strike by S. Korea's rail, power workers enters 2nd day. 220
Strike forces production halt at Minolta's China plant. 225
Taiwan's unemployment rate rises slightly in Jan. 226
U.S. still in contact with N. Korea. 135
Value of H.K. exports, imports fall in Jan. 178
Vietnam becomes one of SE Asia's biggest gold consumers. 282

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