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Every Chinese province and region except Tibet missed its annual gross domestic product target last year as growth in theJamil Anderlini in Beijing
When you have softened up the market to expect a 10 per cent cut in the dividend, a mere 5 per cent cut is considered aNeil Collins
BT Group will inject £1.5bn into its £47bn pension plan over the next three months to help tackle a worsening deficit. ADaniel Thomas
King Salman, Saudi Arabia’s new monarch, has announced an overhaul of key security, political and economic officials at theSimeon Kerr in Riyadh
Here’s 28 of China’s 31 provincial and municipal governments adjusting to reality: Chart (do click to enlarge) and theDavid Keohane
Qatar Airways has bought 9.99 per cent in International Airlines Group, the holding company that owns British Airways, in aJohn Aglionby
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