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S. Korea spent 29.6 trillion won in Jan.
South Korea spent 29.6 trillion won ($26.4 billion) of this year's state budget in January, 5.2 trillion won more than the planned outlay, the finance ministry said on Monday.
Economist: China's inflation slows in January
China's Consumer Price Index (CPI) missed expectations in January coming in at 1.7 percent higher than a year ago, the National Bureau of Statistics said on Friday.
Reuters poll: Japan January exports seen falling most in two years on Sino-US trade row
Japan’s exports in January are forecast to have fallen at the fastest pace in more than two years as the US-Sino trade war put the brakes on demand for Japanese electronics, car parts, and heavy equipment.
China January exports, imports seen falling again in blow to global growth
China’s trade engine likely remained stuck in reverse in January, with imports and exports expected to fall for the second month in a row, adding to concerns the economy may be at risk of a sharper slowdown.
Data: Northern China pollution up by 16 percent in January
Air pollution in 39 major northern Chinese cities rose 16 percent on the year in January, official data showed, with surging industrial activity making it increasingly unlikely they will meet their winter emissions targets.
Japan January services PMI rises on pick-up in domestic demand
Japanese services sector activity rose in January due to a pick-up in domestic demand, a business survey showed on Tuesday, but there are growing worries that economic activity will weaken due to the US-Sino trade war.
Natural disasters affected 66,000 in China in January
Natural disasters killed seven people and affected 66,000 in China last month, according to the Ministry of Emergency Management.
EPL January transfer spending falls for first time since 2012
Premier League spending in the January transfer window fell for the first time since 2012 after three of the top six clubs decided not to add players to the squad, according to a Deloitte report published on Friday.
EPL January transfer spending falls for first time since 2012
Premier League spending in the January transfer window fell for the first time since 2012 after three of the top six clubs decided not to add players to the squad, according to a Deloitte report published on Friday.
East coast seas warmer than January 2018
New Zealand is on the cusp of a second consecutive marine heatwave, with temperatures along parts of the east coast now about 3°C warmer than summer averages.
Wenger ready for January return to football
Arsene Wenger expressed his intention to return to football in January having received "enquires from all over the word".
Japan's industrial output tumbles in January as inventories build up
Slowing production of cars and electronics in January tipped Japan's industrial output into its biggest tumble since a devastating earthquake in March 2011, highlighting a weakening in demand and a build up of inventory.
Global sea ice hits record low for January
The world’s sea ice shrank to a record January low last month as the annual polar melting period expanded, experts said.
Conte: Costa decision made in January
Antonio Conte revealed his decision to cut Diego Costa from his future plans was made in January.

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