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Swiss police on Wednesday arrested seven top officials from Fifa, the governing body for world football, at the request ofGina Chon in Washington
A prostitution scandal in China’s southern city of Dongguan that felled several senior officials last year moved further toCharles Clover in Beijing
Lenovo, the world’s largest seller of personal computers, is spurning the “so-called new business model” ofCharles Clover in Beijing
The travails of Hong Kong-listed Kaisa, which so recently seemed resolved, have been prolonged once more. On Thursday,
Asian countries have surged past a 25-year UN poverty-reduction target and many other development landmarks — but the deeperMichael Peel, Bangkok
David Cameron will hold talks with François Hollande, French president, in Paris on Thursday as part of a two-day tour ofGeorge Parker, Political Editor
Allegations of "rampant, systemic and deep-rooted" corruption and bribes worth over $150m emerged after yesterday's dramaticAmie Tsang
Share buybacks by big US companies have become emblematic of post-2007 crisis finance. Buybacks by Apple, General ElectricRalph Atkins in London
Uefa, the powerful European football federation, will decide on Thursday whether to boycott Fifa’s annual Congress, puttingMalcolm Moore in Zurich and Elizabeth Paton in London
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