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Dow Jones Asia-Pacific Top Stories Sked for March 2

2 Mar 2017 6:00 am

Following are the top Asian-Pacific stories featured on Dow Jones Newswires as of 0600 GMT. Not all stories appear on all wires.

China's Banking Regulator Vows to Improve Cooperation With Other Regulators 

China's newly-appointed banking regulator on Thursday pledged to improve cooperation with other regulators to strengthen oversight of rising risks, while pushing ahead with deleveraging in the financial system. (published 0338 GMT)
Australia Trade Surplus Narrows in January 

Australia posted a seasonally adjusted trade surplus of A$1.3 billion in January, the Australian Bureau of Statistics said Thursday. (published 0032 GMT)
Australian Home-Building Approvals Rise 

The number of Australian home-building permits rose by 1.8% in January from December. (published 0034 GMT)
China South City Selling 3-Year U.S. Dollar Bonds to Yield Around 6.5% -- Term Sheet 

China South City Holdings Ltd. is selling three-year, U.S. dollar-denominated bonds to yield around 6.5%, according to a term sheet seen Thursday by The Wall Street Journal. (published 0301 GMT)

Lotte Group Revives Malaysia IPO Plan for Petrochemical Unit -- Update 

Lotte Group, South Korea's fifth-largest conglomerate, is reviving plans for an initial public offering of its petrochemical unit in Malaysia that could raise between $1.5 billion and $2 billion, people familiar with the process said Thursday. (published 0509 GMT)
YGM Trading to Sell Aquascutum Business for US$117 Mln in Cash 

YGM Trading Ltd. has agreed to sell its Aquascutum apparel business to a Chinese textile company for US$117 million. (published 0457 GMT)
West China Cement Expects to Turn Profitable in 2016 

West China Cement Ltd. expected to swing to a net profit from a net loss of 309.2 million yuan a year earlier. (published 0459 GMT)
As Asian Shares Hit Multimonth Highs, China Markets Take Breather -- Update 

Investors renewed their appetite for risk assets on Thursday, propelling global stocks to multimonth highs, as markets digested speeches from U.S. Federal Reserve officials and President Donald Trump's address to Congress. (published 0457 GMT)

(END) Dow Jones Newswires

March 02, 2017 01:00 ET (06:00 GMT)

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