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    Bribe case highlights west’s dilemma over China’s overseas probes

    As investigators closed in on Cao Jianliao, the powerful vice-mayor of China’s fourth-largest city, one of his close By Jamil Anderlini in Beijing

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    Greg Fitzgerald to retire from Galliford Try

    Greg Fitzgerald, chief executive of Galliford Try for nearly a decade, has pledged to retire from the builder he joined as a By Andy Sharman

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    Lower Saxony cat walk

    Julian Stratenschulte/EPA The silhouette of a cat walking on top of a fence stands out against the sky during sunrise near Jamie Han

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    China takes anti-corruption drive overseas

    China’s anti-corruption campaign has gone global, posing a serious challenge to western democratic governments as Beijing By Jamil Anderlini in Beijing

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    Did privacy concerns change your online behaviour?

    On Monday, the FT began publishing a three-day series about the growing international backlash against US technology Robin Kwong

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    Hong Kong tycoons to donate to second US university

    One of Hong Kong’s richest families plans to give money to the University of Southern California on the heels of presenting By Demetri Sevastopulo in Hong Kong

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    No, Betfair has not just called the Scottish Referendum

    Doing the rounds on Twitter this afternoon …. The important word there is “sportsbook”. Betfair’s exchange has become a Bryce Elder

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    Worst is far from over for India’s indebted tycoons

    When Raghuram Rajan gives a warning, people listen. India’s central bank governor is credited with foretelling the 2008 By James Crabtree

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    Airbus to streamline defence and space division through disposals

    Airbus is streamlining its defence and space business in an attempt to boost profit margins hit by weak European military By Peggy Hollinger, Industry Editor

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    G20 governments agree to crackdown on tax avoidance

    Governments have thrown their weight behind sweeping rules to crack down on corporate tax avoidance, including steps to By Vanessa Houlder

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