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Unofficial readings on China’s industrial activity released on Thursday add to a sense that the underlying economic vibrancyJames Kynge
Passenger numbers on Britain’s railways have increased sharply in the past six months, surpassing levels of demand last seenGill Plimmer
US investors’ retreat from Europe has accelerated this month, with the amounts they have pulled from European-focused equityRalph Atkins in London
...food snobbery, step into a local branch of McDonald’s in San Francisco’s South of Market district and buy a Hot ’n Spicy McChicken sandwich with just a tap of my iPhone, it no longer feels like a novelty. The McJobber doesn’t even get...Tim Bradshaw
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A diplomatic storm sparked by Poland’s former foreign minister has cast into confusion Warsaw’s approach to the crisis inHenry Foy in Warsaw
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David Cameron’s promise that he would campaign “with all my heart and soul” for Britain to stay in a reformed European UnionGeorge Parker, Political Editor
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Comcast added 315,000 subscribers to its high-speed internet service, its best third quarter performance for five years, asMatthew Garrahan in New York and Gina Chon in Washington
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