Fast food faces indigestion in China

Expired-meat scandal adds to litany of problems

RSA eyes £130m HK and Singapore sale

Proposed deal with Allied World Assurance to complete next year

Xi pay plan targets executive’s wallets

Limits to be imposed on top managers of big state-owned groups

Common sense disappears in mining mergers

Thankfully focus is now on costs, cash and core assets

Gap to open 40 stores in India

US clothing retailer will open first shops in Mumbai and Delhi

Chinese car probe takes unexpected turn

Landmark ruling benefits foreign carmakers and domestic buyers

Labour and Wait: Leather Tool Case, £80.00. Hammer, £48.00. Screwdriver Set No. 3, £42.00. A toolkit fit for a king.
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Techtronic: trade of the tools

Hong Kong manufacturer deserves more attention

Li & Fung casts doubt on global recovery

Supply chain group blames US retail market for missing forecasts

Amazon takes aim at Chinese rivals

Ecommerce group to launch in Shanghai trade zone

Horse breeders bridle at mine plans

Australian stud farms oppose Anglo American’s project

Treasury Wine Estates posts $101m loss

After ‘challenging’ year, Australian winemaker says it is ‘positioned for success’

China fines 10 Japanese car parts makers

Regulator accuses manufacturers of price collusion

US may be a gamble too far for SoftBank

Japanese entrepreneur faces tough American telecoms challenge

NOL weighs sale of logistics arm

QBE: policy issues

Australian insurer delivers a striking pattern of bad performance

Citi eyes Japan retail banking exit

Fears that StanChart looks accident prone

Investors concerned bank paying price for not taking DFS seriously

Apps: Growing pains

Bigger players are now dominant and profits are squeezed

StanChart hit by high-risk client ban

Bank to pay $300m in settlement with NY banking regulator

Cairn Energy outlines cost cuts

Tax dispute still prevents oil explorer from selling Indian stake


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