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02 September 2012

Publication Date : 02-09-2012


Vietnam protests against China's plan to invite international bidding for oil block in the island Hoang Sa, says Viet Nam News. Thailand's security chief heads to Thailand's deep south following a series of insurgency attacks, reports The Nation. For the first time since 2011, disaster drills were conducted in areas hard hit by the Japan earthquake, says The Yomiuri Shimbun. The Japanese Honda Motor Co plans to form a joint venture company in Bangladesh to assemble motorcycles, as production cost had increased in other countries, writes The Daily Star. US bonds have long been regarded as among the safest in the market, but an expert says Asian bonds now present a more attractive option, according to The Straits Times.


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