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    China mobile internet groups enjoy surge in revenues

    Chinese smartphone users are taking to mobile ecommerce faster than expected, creating a boom for mobile internet companies. By Charles Clover in Beijing

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    Cobalt cuts ties with two Angola oil partners

    Cobalt International Energy has severed ties with an Angolan company in which top officials in the oil-rich African state By Tom Burgis

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    Thou shalt be disrupted: welcome to the silicon church

    Think of them as God’s back-office. Technology start-ups have spied an opportunity in helping Christian clergy manage their By Sally Davies

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    Germany’s eurosceptics strive to widen appeal

    Like many of those gathered to hear a campaign trail speech by Bernd Lucke, leader of Germany’s anti-euro party Alternative By Jeevan Vasagar in Borna

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    Alibaba valuation calculator

    Alibaba’s upcoming listing on the New York Stock Exchange could be the biggest IPO ever. The Chinese e-commerce company has By Tom Pearson, Robert Armstrong, Sujeet Indap, Steve Bernard and Robin Kwong

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    UK minister open to joining Alex Salmond’s team if Scotland votes Yes

    The UK’s cabinet minister for Scotland has said he would be prepared to join a cross-party team negotiating the terms of By George Parker, Political Editor

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    Carswell defection is a pivotal moment for Cameron’s Tories

    In a UK general election as excruciatingly tight as next year’s will be, almost any event can be said to be decisive. So we By Janan Ganesh

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    Kookmin gets off lightly in South Korea's latest banking scandal

    Investors should be extra careful about betting on South Korean banks, given the sector’s frequent internal strife and Song Jung-a and Ben McLannahan

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    Thai court drops murder charges against former premier and deputy

    The leader of anti-government protests that triggered May’s military coup in Thailand walked free on Thursday after judges By Michael Peel in Bangkok

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    Wally Santana/AP An employee wearing a pair of wings waits for her shift to end in the Ximendin fashion district in Taipei, Jamie Han

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