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China’s president draws a line between himself and US president-elect Donald Trump

Former Apprentice contestant alleges president-elect defamed her

Army analyst who disclosed secrets to WikiLeaks was due to be incarcerated until 2045

Phnom Penh denies decision is snub to Washington and part of tilt towards Beijing

A refreshingly optimistic tone leaves many details to be decided

Despite an economic meltdown rightwing populists failed to gain a foothold in the country. Why?

Move comes weeks after South Korea said it would slap $854m fine on the company

Despite bank’s best fourth quarter since the crisis, chief executive refuses to crow

Sector which benefited most post-election on regulatory outlook has reality check

Dozens gather outside bank’s New York headquarters

Dodik move adds to Balkan tensions already rising over Kosovo

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Lawyers say president will be in violation of lease — even the Constitution — on first day of office

Trump’s unpredictability provides companies with an incentive to settle

Carmakers pledge to create jobs in effort to improve relations with Trump White House

Trump may wish to repeal law, but still faces fight to tackle rising premiums

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The president’s remarks were a skilful appeal to business, writes Gideon Rachman

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Delegates at Gujarat conference that launched PM on global stage bemoan pace of change

The nation expects to feel impact of UK’s exit more than any other state in the union

American institutions deny the controversial president will hurt their intake

Markets News

Asian trading dominated by currency impact of Brexit and incoming US president

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Sector which benefited most post-election on regulatory outlook has reality check

PM’s speech provides clarity on where she stands on Brexit

Technology

Food delivery start-up wants more high-tech staff to improve operations

Move comes weeks after South Korea said it would slap $854m fine on the company

Cheapest will cost 99p — from 79p — on back of weak sterling

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