<!– google_ad_section_start –> A top mainland prosecutor has refuted a warning by some academicians that high-level officials who have fallen in the anti-corruption campaign would gang together to fight back, saying this was underestimating the leadership’s capability. <!– google_ad_section_end –>
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Nine million private tenants in the UK could be given extra protection from landlords who try to evict them.
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<!– google_ad_section_start –> United by a dislike for the French government’s rightward turn, the recently ousted ministers of economy and culture are reportedly now in love. <!– google_ad_section_end –>
Continue reading Sacked French cabinet ministers now lovers, Paris-Match reports
Alibaba, the world’s largest internet retailer, is set to float on the US stock market, in what may be the world’s biggest-ever IPO.
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<!– google_ad_section_start –> Japanese first lady Akie Abe has told of her admiration for her “stylish and beautiful” Chinese counterpart, Peng Liyuan , and said she was hoping for a summit of their own on the sidelines of November’s Apec meeting in Beijing. <!– google_ad_section_end –>
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Was UK economy as sick as we thought?
Continue reading So how sick was the UK?
The story of Crumbs—beloved business grows until competition gets hungry and consumers get full—is the story of the American economy.
Continue reading The Cupcake Boom Was Always Doomed
What does sterling’s rise to $1.70 say about the British economy?
Continue reading The good and bad of $1.70
Economy’s recovery under opposition management is falling apart since Mugabe government’s victory last July
Continue reading Zimbabwe’s economy circles the drain as Mugabe stirs it faster