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    Western schools lead the way to China

    The past six months have passed in a whirl for David Medina. Until January he was studying hard at Duke University in North

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    Chocolate entrepreneurs with a social aim

    The development of the UK chocolate industry was driven by entrepreneurs with a social mission, such as the Cadbury andJonathan Moules

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    Women in Business — Camille Hamel

    Camille Hamel is a jewellery designer and masters in management student at the Suzhou, China campus of Skema Business

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    Creditors set to seize control of Towergate

    Towergate’s senior creditors are set to seize control of the insurance broker in a restructuring of its £1bn debt burdenAlistair Gray, Insurance Correspondent

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    Di And Viv And Rose, Vaudeville Theatre, London — review

    Two successive evenings watching plays which have graduated from the Hampstead Theatre’s downstairs tryout space, and what aIan Shuttleworth

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    Iolanta/Bluebeard’s Castle, Metropolitan Opera, New York — review

    If all had gone as planned, the odd yet compelling pairing of Tchaikovsky’s cheery Iolanta and Bartók’s gloomy Bluebeard’sMartin Bernheimer

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    Unborn in America, The Vaults, London — review

    Luke Styles’s Unborn in America — premiered at the Vault Festival last Thursday — is aggressively trendy. Advance publicityHannah Nepil

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    Cash-strapped councils to raise billions with new municipal bonds

    Britain’s local authorities are on the verge of creating a multibillion-pound municipal bond market, amid growing frictionPatrick Jenkins and Jim Pickard

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    For markets there is such a thing as too much information

    Two very different companies made significant announcements last week. National Grid, the UK utility company, said it wouldPhilip Augar

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    Capitalism has broken free of the shackles of democracy

    To whom will monuments be built a century from now? Among them, perhaps, will be Lee Kuan Yew. He will be remembered notSlavoj Zizek

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