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PRWeek Asia - The Mix | November 10th 2015

The Mix is a weekly bulletin from PRWeek Asia, offering a selection of free articles, plus a look at the content available only to subscribers.

This week's mix
Nestle emerges from Maggi mire as noodles go back on shelves Nestle emerges from Maggi mire as noodles go back on shelves
Company rolls out huge PR offensive to announce Maggi being back on sale, hitting all spots where it was first found lacking
Country Case File: Growing economy and digital buzz key for PR in the Philippines Country Case File: Growing economy and digital buzz key for PR in the Philippines
In the latest of PRWeek Asia's monthly country spotlights, we assess the economic outlook, the media landscape and the opportunities for PR in the Philippines
Top-level reshuffle at Edelman Australia as CEO Tim Riches resigns Top-level reshuffle at Edelman Australia as CEO Tim Riches resigns
Riches replaced by Steven Spurr among several other changes at the agency, with the COO also leaving to join Audible
Historic meeting of China and Taiwan leaders met with suspicion due to timing Historic meeting of China and Taiwan leaders met with suspicion due to timing
Xi Jinping and Ma Ying-jeou's dinner in Singapore is first meeting of two countries' presidents since 1949, and comes just two months before Taiwanese elections
Edelman signs mentoring deal with Indonesian university Edelman signs mentoring deal with Indonesian university
Agency to provide eight consultants who will mentor students and provide hands-on work experience
Brands weighing up new opportunities after China's removal of one-child policy Brands weighing up new opportunities after China's removal of one-child policy
New two-child policy predicted to create dramatic growth in consumer spending, but brands need to be authentic rather than greedy in boosting their market share
Myanmar elections: The guerrilla PR war being fought on Facebook Myanmar elections: The guerrilla PR war being fought on Facebook
Social network a hugely important PR platform for candidate Aung San Suu Kyi's democratic message, but also a tool for the government's crackdown on free speech
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