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    Santander profits surge as Spain’s recovery gathers pace

    Banco Santander´s earnings jumped 32 per cent in the first quarter, as the Spanish financial group benefited from theTobias Buck in Madrid

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    Chinese market becomes increasingly core to Apple

    Apple’s previous quarter saw two big firsts for its Chinese business, but the biggest is still to come.  Already, iPhoneTim Bradshaw in San Francisco

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    China oil groups rebuff merger rumours

    China National Petroleum Corp and Sinopec, China’s top two state-owned oil companies, have denied they are consideringLucy Hornby in Beijing

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    China iPhone boom, Maryland state of emergency, competitive stretching

    China's middle class have plugged in to their iPhones and driven a 27 per cent surge in Apple's revenues to $58bn in theAmie Tsang

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    You can sign up to receive the email here. China’s middle class have plugged in to their iPhones and driven a 27 per centAmie Tsang

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    Shinzo Abe, Barack Obama and the TPP: what you need to know

    Shinzo Abe, the Japanese prime minister, is in Washington this week to meet US President Barack Obama and address a jointShawn Donnan in Washington

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    Singapore rig builders feel impact of oil price slide

    Problems in the Brazilian and Mexican oil industries unleashed by the plunge in crude prices have ensnared two pillars ofHenny Sender

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    China rail group signs $5.5bn in Africa deals

    A Chinese state-owned rail company has signed $5.5bn worth of contracts in Africa, in the latest sign that the country’sGabriel Wildau in Shanghai

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    Japan bourses avoid wider Asian decline

    Tuesday 03.45 BST. Japanese equities were the standout performers in Asia, as the rest of the region followed Wall StreetPeter Wells in Hong Kong

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