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Xi Jinping is taking aim at senior managers at big state-owned enterprises with a new plan to limit executive pay, even as By Gabriel Wildau in Shanghai
Strong regional accents have long been a handicap in class-ridden Britain. Now pilots in communist China face ejection from By Tom Mitchell in Beijing
Many a good mine is spoiled by sinking the shaft, as the old adage goes. The new adage might run: many a good mining company By Neil Collins
The Co-operative Bank has slashed its first-half losses despite losing customers, as it cut jobs at the business that came By Sharlene Goff, Retail Banking Correspondent
Elsewhere on Friday, - Mugabe’s bailout. - FX, where the summertime torpor disguises existential angst. - Ferguson and the David Keohane
The ice bucket cometh. Months after the #nomakeupselfie campaign first went viral in the name of beating cancer, and the Elizabeth Paton
Peru’s economy is in the spotlight, going through its worst time since the global financial crisis. But Julio Velarde, Andres Schipani
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Friday 08.00 BST. It’s the final global session of the week and investors have one big question in focus: can Janet Yellen By Jamie Chisholm, Global Markets Commentator
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So effusive is the propaganda campaign launched to mark the 110th anniversary of Deng Xiaoping’s birth that a casual visitor By Tom Mitchell in Beijing
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From Mr Brian Brown. Sir, Referring to the financial crisis, Mark Blyth (Letters, August 20) memorably describes how the top
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