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  • Indian CPI Eases, Factory Output Rise Surprises Before Vote

    Indian consumer-price inflation eased for a third straight month in February while factory output unexpectedly rose in January, as interest-rate increases cooled Asia’s fastest price rises before elections next month.

  • Rajan Diverges With Chidambaram on Inflation as Growth Wanes

    Indian central bank Governor Raghuram Rajan warned that inflation remained the biggest threat to growth, diverging from the nation’s finance chief, who highlighted diminishing price pressures.

  • India Fiscal Position Weak as Polls Approach, Moody’s Says

    India’s fiscal position remains weak and a cut in spending to meet the budget gap estimate this year will probably hurt growth, Moody’s Investors Service said.

  • India Budget Seeks 7-Year Low Deficit Amid Sops for Votes

    India’s government pledged to reduce the fiscal gap to the lowest in seven years in an interim budget before elections due by May, while boosting defense spending and cutting taxes on cars, mobile phones and television sets.

  • India’s Nifty Futures Swing After Benchmark Gains to 2-Week High

    Indian stock-index futures swung between gains and losses after the benchmark index climbed to the highest level this month.

  • Blockbuster Lives on in Mexico as Upscale Chain

    While the last Blockbuster video- rental store in the U.S. closed this month, the brand lives on in Mexico as an upscale chain with aspirations to sell everything from televisions to banking services.

  • Sony’s Software, Hardware Synergy Is an ’Illusion,’ Author Says

    Sony Corp.’s ambition to create synergies between its hardware-making units and software affiliates is “an illusion,” said Yasunori Tateishi, author of ‘Sayonara! Bokurano Sony’ - or Goodbye Our Sony.

  • How to Defeat North Korea

    Let’s start with the bad news: The North Korean problem has no simple or quick solution. The North’s weapons-grade plutonium and nuclear devices have already been manufactured, and are now safely hidden in underground facilities. China, and to a lesser degree Russia, remains unwilling to support a truly rigorous (read: efficient) sanctions regime. More narrow financial sanctions that target the money used to reward regime insiders with perks, like bottles of Hennessy cognac and Mercedes cars, won’t have much impact. Most of the North Korean elite believe that regime stability is a basic condition for their survival. No doubt, they would be willing to put up with locally produced liquor and used Toyotas if the alternative was being strung from the lampposts.

  • What to Do When North Korea Goes South

    From time to time, newspapers shower readers with predictions of a looming mass starvation in North Korea, usually in springtime. In March 2011, the New York Times wrote: “North Korea: 6 Million Are Hungry.” One year earlier, in March 2010, the Times of London warned: “Catastrophe in North Korea; China must pressure Pyongyang to allow food aid to millions threatened by famine.” In March 2009, a Washington Post headline read: “At the Heart of North Korea’s Troubles, an Intractable Hunger Crisis.”

  • Take David Beckham's Shirt With Your Remote

    Ad Age reports that H&M will air the Super Bowl's first "t-commerce ad," allowing viewers to purchase items they see on screen directly through their televisions.

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