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    Uighur rights activist sentenced to life imprisonment

    A Chinese court sentenced a prominent Uighur academic to life in prison on Tuesday, according to one of his lawyers, in the By Tom Mitchell in Beijing

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    China banks ‘poised to relax mortgage rates’

    China’s biggest banks plan to lower interest rates on home mortgages, state media reported on Tuesday, highlighting By Gabriel Wildau in Shanghai

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    Fosun offers $580m for Portuguese hospital operator

    Chinese conglomerate Fosun has entered the bidding war for Espirito Santo Saude, offering $580m for the Portuguese hospital By Josh Noble and Jennifer Hughes in Hong Kong

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    Juicy history in Brazilian bananas bid

    At the onset of the Cold War the acclaimed Chilean writer Pablo Neruda dedicated a poem to the United Fruit Company, the US By Samantha Pearson in São Paulo

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    Q&A: US tax inversions

    The Obama administration has launched measures to curb controversial mergers known as “inversions”, which US companies use By Barney Jopson in Washington

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    IFC launches India’s first Maharaja bond

    The International Finance Corporation on Tuesday sold the debut tranche of its $2.5bn “Maharaja” rupee bond programme, the By James Crabtree in Mumbai

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    Alibaba’s Jack Ma tops China’s rich list

    Internet billionaires account for five of China’s 10 richest people, with Alibaba founder Jack Ma now the country’s richest By Jamil Anderlini in Beijing

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    China factory reading reassures Asian markets

    Tuesday 04:15 BST. A first look at China manufacturing conditions in September suggested some expansion, bringing relief to By Patrick McGee

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    China’s Communist party needs entrepreneurs more than they need the party

    It was only in 2002 that the Chinese Communist party got around to deciding that it would no longer discriminate against By Henny Sender

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    US and allies begin air strikes in Syria

    The US began bombing Islamic militants in Syria on Monday night, in a substantial escalation of Washington’s military role By Richard McGregor in Washington

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