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China-USBIT talks make 'positive' progress – Xinhua News Agency
Japan-basedloan adds to Qatar banks' foreign borrowing spree – Reuters
ADB'sDeveloping Asia will grow slower than expectedThe Nikkei
ADBsays China 'on track to meet growth projections' this year and next –Xinhua News Agency


Chinato lift reform to revitalize market – Xinhua News Agency
Insuranceinvestment to ensure elderly lifeShanghaiDaily
HongKong said to survey brokerages on dark pool compliance – Bloomberg News
HKEX,best known for stock trading, eyes a role in currency marketSouth China Morning Post
Taiwanarrests three foreigners in NT$81m ATM cyberheist – Agence France-Presse


Strengthof Nikkei resurgence will depend on Japan stimulus plansThe Wall Street Journal
FSC to toughenrules on stock trades by its officials – Yonhap News Agency
Short-term Idlecapital hits record high – Yonhap News Agency
Household debtrises despite gov't projectionsTheKorea Herald
Moody's to besole owner of Korea Investors ServiceTheKorea Herald
Korean banksrush to issue foreign currency bondsTheKorea Herald


AIGto launch Thailand's first cyber insurance policyThe Nation
Indonesiacommences new tax amnesty program – Reuters
Malaysia's$30 Billion Fund Goes Long as Islamic Plan Progresses – Bloomberg News
Singaporebondholders brace for defaults as easier terms sought – Bloomberg News
Sharprise in phone scams impersonating OCBC, says bankThe Strait Times
IMFlauds BSP for tight real estate monitoringThe Philippine Star


Bankunions threaten strike on 29 July seeking to stop reforms – Press Trust ofIndia
S4Agives lenders, promoters more time to resolve bad loansMint
Wipro,Infosys, IBM vie for India Post payments bank's back end operationsMint
YesBank's assessment reflects funding weakness risk; sound asset quality: Moody'sBusiness Standard
ESAFapplies for final license for small finance bankBusiness Standard
RBImore open to experimentation at early stages of a product or method of service:Raghuram RajanMint
BandhanBank reduces microfinance loan rateBusinessStandard


Westpac,ANZ bank bill rigging defenses delayed for ASIC to amend caseThe Australian Financial Review
Canberraurged to maintain focus on fintechTheAustralian Financial Review
Homeloan arrears creep higher in MayTheAustralian Financial Review
Bigbanks' mortgage performance slipping as housing stress buildsThe Australian

The Daily Dose Asia-Pacific"Headlines" edition aggregates banking, financial services andinsurance headlines from the websites of a limited number of major Asian andAustralian publication titles and newswires, with an editorial deadline of 6a.m. Hong Kong time. Language translations to English are provided by anautomated service and may not be entirely accurate.