Happy Friday. Here are some of the most important regional stories from around the Campaign global network you may have missed this week.
Infiniti calls review in Western Europe
The Renault-Nissan brand is reviewing its digital, CRM and social media business across Western Europe. Infiniti expects the process to run until March, with a new contract beginning in April next year. MW Unlimited has handled the account for the last eight years.
See the biggest winners of Japan's TVC awards
Sanshin players, synchronized swimmers in hot springs and cats made of chicken rice star in the biggest winners of the 56th All Japan Radio & TVC Confederation (ACC) awards.
Anand Halve, the 'father of brand planning in India,' has died
The death of Anand Halve, co-founder of Chorophyll, was revealed on Twitter. Described as the "father of brand planning in India," the marketing veteran authored several books, including "Planning for Power Advertising" and "AdKatha: The Story of Indian Advertising."
Star soccer player Paul Pogba says 'Never follow' in Adidas ad
In a new campaign for the sports brand, the world's most expensive footballer suggests aspiring athletes should not try to follow his path.
Malaysia won't miss Formula One
Negotiations between the Formula One Group and Singapore government continue, but Malaysia has already decided it no longer wants to host the F1 Grand Prix event. The government said it doesn't get a positive return on its yearly investment of $68 million.
CHI and Geometry wins international McVitie's and Godiva accounts
CHI & Partners and Geometry Global won the international advertising and shopper marketing accounts for McVitie's and Godiva. The business includes US, United Arab Emirates, Nigeria, Germany and India.
Samsung, Panasonic address abuse claims in Malaysia
The electronic giants said they are launching investigations into alleged malpractice over working conditions in Malaysia. The companies were responding to a report by The Guardian that said migrant Nepalese workers were being abused.
UK's Met Police launches campaign body-worn cameras
The UK's Metropolitan Police film highlights how unreliable people's memories can be in high-pressure situations. The ad promotes what is believed the largest-scale introduction of the cameras in the world.
Project Hers makes poignant plea for toilets in India
A moving film from Dentsu One tells the story of a young girl who commits suicide. The spot seeks support for a petition to create laws that make residential bathrooms mandatory.