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Accor, the French hotel group, said it would open its online booking services to independent hoteliers, in a counter-attackAdam Thomson in Paris
Foreign fund managers piled into India last year, pushing shares to record highs. But with the country’s bull run flagging,James Crabtree in Mumbai
Vanguard, the world’s largest fund provider, has chosen to add Chinese stocks listed on the mainland to its flagshipJosh Noble in Hong Kong
SoftBank has ploughed $1bn into Coupang, a South Korean online retail group, as it continues its aggressive shopping spree.Jennifer Thompson
See below for short view videographic, corporate credit related thoughts, as well as some additional sauce. The credit teamDan McCrum
Investors continued to dump German government debt while the euro maintained its rally on Wednesday, as the marketMichael Hunter
Australia’s corporate regulator is to launch a crackdown on the country’s banking culture, which it claims is encouragingJamie Smyth in Sydney
Sophos, an Oxfordshire-based IT security company that is majority-owned by private equity group Apax Partners, is takingNathalie Thomas
It is not quite like waiting for white smoke over the Vatican but, for anyone investing in emerging markets, it comes close.John Authers
Focus Media Holding, a Chinese billboard company that abandoned its New York listing after an attack by a prominent shortTom Mitchell in Beijing
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