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    South Koreans develop taste for concept coffee shops

    At the Ullabong coffee shop in South Korea’s Gyeongsangnam-do province, every latte comes with a foul-mouthed insult drippedSimon Mundy in Seoul

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    China stock market rout deepens

    China’s benchmark stock index has resumed its decline, falling for its fourth session of the past five in spite of effortsPatrick McGee in Hong Kong

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    Asia bourses rebound on Greek hopes

    Tuesday 03:20 BST. Most Asian bourses rebounded as Greece looked poised to be given one final chance to present an economicPeter Wells in Hong Kong

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    Samsung profit falls for seventh consecutive quarter

    Samsung Electronics reported a seventh straight year-on-year fall in quarterly operating profit, reinforcing worries thatSimon Mundy in Seoul

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    Slump in Chinese equities heralds surge in bad debt

    China’s equity slump is beginning to take its toll on the country’s shadow financing system, responsible for much of theRafael Halpin

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    Clean global economic growth now ‘within reach’

    Halting global warming without denting economic growth can be done more easily than many companies and governments realise,Pilita Clark in London

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    UK banks seek to Zapp Apple with digital payment services

    Britain’s largest high street banks are launching digital payment services in an attempt to retain customers and fend offEmma Dunkley

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    Osborne to try to abolish Sunday trading laws

    George Osborne will offer to rip up the remaining restrictions on Sunday trading in Wednesday’s Budget in a move that willJim Pickard and Andrea Felsted

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    Town halls to be allowed to keep more from business rates

    The Conservatives are drawing up plans to let councils keep more of the business rates generated locally in an attempt toJim Pickard, Chief Political Correspondent

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    Millions paying too much for energy, says regulator

    Britain’s competition authority has concluded that “millions of consumers are paying more for their energy than they needElizabeth Rigby, Deputy Political Editor

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