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Asahi is buying AB InBev’s Australian unit for $11 bln. It’s a highly profitable business, but justifying the price requires clever cost savings. Asahi will have to take a more proactive approach than usual to make the deal work. http://bit.ly/2JWAM2u @AlecMac11
Shinzo Abe's ruling coalition won a majority in Japan’s upper house, but slack turnout denied him enough seats to scrap the country’s constitutional commitment to pacifism. That clears away an unhelpful political distraction, says @petesweeneypro: http://bit.ly/30MYk0u
India's first comprehensive bankruptcy code has hit bumps with cases like the drawn-out takeover of Essar Steel. But the framework is starting to offer better recovery, prompting creditors to act sooner. That’s good news for lenders and investors: http://bit.ly/2XSt8QC @ugalani
Latest on Santander's un-hiring of Andrea Orcel: last September the Spanish bank promised him up to €35m for lost earnings from leaving UBS. But in January it said the cost of appointing him was "significantly higher" than expected. Story doesn't stack up. (by @CGAThompson)