FORMER Polly Peck boss, Mr Asil Nadir, skipped bail and turned up in Cyprus claiming he had to leave Britain because: ''There was absolutely no way I would get a fair trial.'' He left his best friend having to pay GBP1 million (HK$12.2 million) for skipping bail, debts of GBP1.3 billion, and has settled in northern Cyprus with assets in excess of GBP25 million. Japan's politically explosive current account surplus yawned to a record US$126.1 billion in the financial year ended March 31. Hongkong Governor Mr Chris Patten concluded his ''no conditions to MFN [Most Favoured Nation]'' sales drive in the United States. Chaiwan Wharf Holdings gave its B shareholders a paper profit of 29.7 per cent on its first day of trading on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange. Hutchison Whampoa announced a $4.57 billion placement to finance the company's expansion in China and its telecommunications operations in Britain.