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As the Chinese Communist party wrapped up an annual conclave and its top leaders vowed to strengthen “the socialist rule ofJamil Anderlini in Beijing
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In the enterprise technology world, generational transitions in computing that seem obvious often take a decade or more toRichard Waters
In his first official trip as the new secretary-general general of Nato this month, Jens Stoltenberg chose to go to Poland.Sam Jones in Łask
The latest from SocGen’s Albert Edwards features this eye-catching chart: As he notes, the most under-covered Chinese statIzabella Kaminska
General Motors’ earnings doubled in the third quarter as the US carmaker benefited from strong demand in North America forAndy Sharman in London
Alexander Khudoteply/AFP A Ukrainian soldier carries an unexploded shell during demining works in a field near theJamie Han
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Political debate on the future of the UK health service descended into point-scoring between the health secretary and theElizabeth Rigby, Deputy Political Editor
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