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    Asia forum shows off China’s vigour and homage of its neighbours

    The Boao Forum for Asia annual conference has been going for years, but never has China’s aspiration for a greater role onHenny Sender in Boao, Hainan Island

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    Markets ‘too complacent’ over UK election

    The world’s largest fund manager has warned that markets are “too complacent” over increased political risk from the UKAliya Ram

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    Lib Dems hope personality trumps party in St Ives

    To find the words “Liberal Democrat” on the campaign literature of Andrew George, the party’s candidate in the Cornish seatKiran Stacey in St Ives

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    Mitie profit warning underscores difficulties for outsourcers

    Mitie, Mears and Interserve are among companies that have ploughed into the UK market for care at home in recent years,Gill Plimmer

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    Round two in America’s battle for Asian influence

    In the sparring between China and the US over leadership in Asia, Beijing recently landed a tidy, if almost accidental,David Pilling

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    Pensions industry prepares for surge in demand

    Pension providers are preparing for a surge in demand from hundreds of thousands of customers wanting to take advantage ofJosephine Cumbo, Pensions Correspondent

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    Cameras roll on a virtual reality future

    I just flew at a hundred feet across Icelandic tundra in a harness strapped under a helicopter. If I lifted my head up, IJonathan Margolis

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    Yemen citizens struggle as supplies dwindle

    Yemeni civilians already coping with a mounting death toll from street clashes and air raids now face dwindling fuel,Erika Solomon in Beirut and Peter Salisbury in New York

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    The fate of Quercus is a ‘dragon tattoo’ case study

    Publication of the fourth novel in the late Stieg Larsson’s Millennium detective series is less “whodunnit?” than “what if?”Andrew Hill

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    Tripoli PM rejects dismissal by Islamist-backed government

    A political showdown loomed in the Libyan capital on Wednesday after the prime minister of the self-declared IslamistBorzou Daragahi in Cairo

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