News Headlines - 22 May 2011

▽Beijing to ease Japan food restrictions - Financial Times
Wen Jiabao, China’s premier, has agreed to soften curbs on some Japanese agricultural products introduced amid safety fears over the crisis at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant.
The decision was a gesture of goodwill at a trilateral weekend summit in Tokyo between Naoto Kan, Japan’s prime minister, Lee Myung-bak, South Korean president, and Mr Wen.

▽Chelsea Flower Show: 'Paradise' garden rises from rubble of Japan tsunami - Telegraph.co.uk
The designer of the Japanese garden at this year's Chelsea Flower Show has told how he nearly pulled out after devastation hit his country.

▽Britain ends Iraq military mission - AFP
Despite having pulled out the vast majority of its troops in mid-2009, Britain's Royal Navy has continued to train Iraqi personnel to defend their territorial waters and offshore oil installations.

▽Japanese investors exiting emerging markets; dump Indian stocks - Economic Times
Japanese funds have redeemed investments in Indian equities worth close to ¥19 billion or $0.25 billion in April alone, as they increasingly look to reinvest in stocks of companies back home which are now finding favour with some of the top global investors.

▽Newspaper publishes name of footballer with gagging order - Telegraph.co.uk
The law surrounding privacy injunctions was described as being at “breaking point” last night after a British newspaper used its front page to identify the footballer at the centre of the gagging order controversy.







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