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Elsewhere on Tuesday, - Of NY’s pension pot: “When you’re that big, it’s fair to ask why you’re paying external managers atDavid Keohane
Gazprom is next in the pipeline for Margrethe Vestager, the EU’s competition chief. She plans to accuse the Russian energyAmie Tsang
John Authers reports from New York on concerns that China's stock market is a bubble that is about to burst and the growing3m 30secs
You can sign up to receive the email here. Gazprom is next in the pipeline for Margrethe Vestager, the EU’s competitionAmie Tsang
South Korea’s prime minister has offered to resign after finding himself embroiled in the “war on corruption” he declaredSimon Mundy in Seoul
At some of the conferences I attend in the US it’s fashionable to ask panelists and speakers what constitutional amendmentAndrew McAfee
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has moved to reinforce the Bank of Japan’s fight against deflation by appointing a Toyota adviserRobin Harding in Tokyo
Exiled Bangladesh opposition leader Tarique Rahman has accused the Sheikh Hasina government of “state terrorism” and calledVictor Mallet in New Delhi
Sometime in the coming months, China Huarong Asset Management, which was set up in 1999 to deal with the bad debts ofHenny Sender
Shares in China Resources Enterprise leapt more than 50 per cent after the state-owned supermarkets and beer group producedJennifer Hughes in Hong Kong
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