The fight for ‘China’s sorrow’

Can Beijing prevent the Yellow River running dry, asks Lucy Hornby

Rosneft seeks China investor for oilfield

Deal would be most significant Chinese investment in Russian oil

Samsung pushes ahead on restructuring

Engineering unit to merge into shipbuilding

Weak China demand sends iron ore tumbling

Factories urged to run down inventories, rather than restock

Hopes for coal rights rethink spark rally

Indian minister says companies should keep mines in production

Mallya declared ‘wilful defaulter’ by bank

Indian liquor baron opted not to repay loan, says UBI

Hong Kong Airlines eyes dual-currency IPO

Deal to tap retail investors’ bets on rising Chinese currency

Kim Il Sung square, Pyongyang
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Burgers and BMWs show change in N Korea

Informal markets abound during FT visit to Pyongyang

GM cars to detect distracted driving

Carmaker to install sensors to measure eye movement

China’s bad bank clean-up crew

The work-out groups set to take burden of souring loans

Accounting for the Rotherham scandal

Prejudice and anti-racism in UK’s worst child abuse case

Investors still wary of getting burnt by solar

Circumstances that aided growth of sun-power are coming to an end

India and Japan send signal with bear hug

Modi-Abe friendship could reshape Asian geopolitics

Alibaba targets launch week for IPO

Group expected to raise $20bn plans roadshow for week of September 8

‘Brushing’ risk for Alibaba’s IPO figures

Online sellers artificially inflate sales to get better placement

Rongsheng breaches borrowing covenants

Debt pressures highlighted in world’s second-largest economy

Tesla revs up China push with Unicom deal

US car group to provide charging points at retail outlets in 120 cities

Wanda/Tencent/Baidu: deals on wheels

Malaysia Airlines gets $2bn from Khazanah

Hong Kong media baron denies CIA links

Jimmy Lai hits back at anti-graft raid on his home


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