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Communist party wants more influence despite academic freedom guarantees

Mood of optimism swings to concern in wake of corruption purge

Unopposed appointment of government spokesman sparks resignations

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Boldness has backfired in the past three statements by chancellors

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Saikawa move triggered by report detailing decades of systematic rule breaking and cover-ups

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Broadcom’s $130bn bid for Qualcomm reflects semiconductor companies’ desire to depend less on smartphones and vie for a foothold in AI

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