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    10:17AM

    China raises prospect of South China Sea air defence zone

    China has mooted the possibility of controlling the airspace over the disputed South China Sea, as it ratchets up rhetoricCharles Clover in Beijing

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    10:07AM

    Indian ecommerce melting pot reaches boiling point

    India’s ecommerce market is on a rocket-like trajectory. The success of home-grown players such as Flipkart and Snapdeal hasJakob Sand, BDO

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    9:39AM

    China: too many malls?

    If you want to know what many urban Chinese get up to in their spare time, here’s the answer: they go to the mall. AccordingMatthew Plowright

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    9:32AM

    India: A billion shareholders now

    There are lots of people in India. Nobody argues about that. What’s also true is not many of them care about equities. OfDavid Keohane

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    9:17AM

    The crowd has money, but few rights

    Fans of buzzy peer finance and sourcing money from crowds should read a great piece in the FT about Crowdcube, an equityDan McCrum

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    9:12AM

    Banks offer little investment attraction

    Is it at last time to buy financials? For any good contrarian, it looks as though there is a case. The sector has been outJohn Authers

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    9:05AM

    De La Rue cuts dividend as printer feels pressure of competition

    De La Rue, the world’s largest commercial bank note printer, has slashed its dividend as fierce competition in the sectorElizabeth Paton and Joel Lewin

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    9:00AM

    UK and US graduates weaker on numeracy than peers, says OECD

    UK graduates leave university with lower numeracy skills than their peers in any other country except the US, according toHelen Warrell, Public Policy Correspondent

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    8:42AM

    Selection of interim mayor of Greater Manchester is ‘a stitch up’

    A new frontier of British politics is set to be crossed on Friday as arguably the country’s most powerful civic leader isAndrew Bounds, North of England Correspondent

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    8:30AM

    Further reading

    Elsewhere on Wednesday, - “A sufficiently large market predicting an individual’s death is also, necessarily, anDavid Keohane

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