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    Light Shining in Buckinghamshire, National Theatre (Lyttelton), London — review

    You only realise how expansive the National Theatre’s Lyttelton stage is when you see virtually its entire area covered by aIan Shuttleworth

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    Roméo et Juliette, Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo, Coliseum, London — review

    The poison-pushing Friar Laurence is a pivotal figure in Shakespeare but his role is usually a small one. Jean-ChristopheLouise Levene

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    London Symphony Orchestra, Barbican, London — review

    Pierre Boulez’s health sadly is not strong enough for him to visit the UK for the events marking his 90th birthday. ThereRichard Fairman

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    Ryan running out of time to shore up the board at Mar City

    Mar City, which builds prefab housing, is evangelical about the benefits of ready-made modules that can be put to immediateKate Burgess

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    Putin accuses US of supporting separatist militants inside Russia

    Vladimir Putin has accused the US of directly supporting separatist militants in Russia’s North Caucasus region against whomKathrin Hille in Moscow

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    Japan’s trading houses rethink strategy

    With their extensive intelligence networks and broad global footprint, Japan’s trading houses historically have beenKana Inagaki in Tokyo

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    Profit warnings from mid-cap companies on the rise

    Profit warnings this year from FTSE 250 companies — the mid-cap groups that are sometimes seen as a proxy for BritishAlison Smith, Chief Corporate Correspondent

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    More to HSBC’s domicile talk than risk of UK leaving Europe

    Businesses, like individuals, like to cloak their motives in high-sounding ideals. So when HSBC revealed last week it wasBy Jonathan Ford

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    Myanmar remains bright spot for Ooredoo

    Daniel Thomas talks to Saud bin Nasser Al Thani, chief executive of Ooredoo, about the telecom group's operations in Myanmar6m 46secs

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    Ebay backs Google over Brussels inquiry

    Ebay’s chief executive has added weight to Google’s antitrust defence by saying the pair are direct competitors in onlineRichard Waters in San Francisco and Alex Barker in Brussels

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