A Vietnamese military official looking out of an air force plane during the search for Malaysian Airlines flight MH370. Photograph: Luong Thai Linh/EPA.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian shares cautiously rebounded from two-week lows on Thursday but gains were pared after disappointing retail sales and factory output data underscored investors' concerns over slowdown in China.
BEIJING - China will keep this year's economic expansion strong enough to create new jobs but will emphasize market-opening reform and cleaning up smog-choked cities over hitting its official growth target, the premier said Thursday.
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