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More than 100 business leaders have signed an open letter stating that a Labour win in the general election would threatenGeorge Parker, Aliya Ram and Claer Barrett
Qualcomm is on a mission to minimise fallout after losing the largest anti-trust case in China, a verdict that forced the USCharles Clover in Beijing
Shawbrook, the specialist lender, is making its debut on the market in a move that values the Essex-based bank at £725m.Emma Dunkley
Evraz, a London-listed Russian steelmaking group backed by Roman Abramovich, has reported another loss but announced a planPatrick McGee
Almost 50 countries are poised to join China’s Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank as founding members, after the deadlineTom Mitchell in Beijing
Asos, the online fashion retailer, has reported a 10 per cent fall in pre-tax profits to £18m as investments in itsKadhim Shubber
The launch of eurozone “quantitative easing” fewer than four weeks ago was a remarkable moment in financial history. NotRalph Atkins in London
Emerging market forex reserves are shrinking. From a peak $8tn in mid-2014, cash kitties have been whittled back as theAmie Tsang
Japanese companies remain unwilling to boost spending in the year ahead despite the weaker yen, falling oil prices andKana Inagaki in Tokyo and Patrick McGee in Hong Kong
Elsewhere on Wednesday, - India’s (oft brutal) Naxalites look more like a phenomenon of the globalised present rather thanDavid Keohane
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