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Maker of Jameson whiskey under pressure from activist investor Elliott Management

The next international debt crisis is an accident waiting to happen

China Global Television Network to start production next month after delays

Capital Economics warns falls in stocks and bond yields may have run ahead of reality

The US president is concerned about more than trade imbalances and defence spending

Expectations for earnings at S&P 500 companies fall by most in three years

Special task force to safeguard freedoms after Hong Kong and pro-Beijing students clash

UK tour operator warns recapitalisation plan could see its shares pulled from market

Four good reasons for Beijing to think before shooting

Suits against WeChat bloggers represent new front in censorship of online dissent in China

EU chamber of commerce warns over risks from emerging rating framework

Lessors chasing cash-strapped local governments through courts to recover funds 

Troubles of Shanghai-based wealth manager highlight risks of huge and murky market

Washington expands campaign against China's tech flagship

Companies under pressure to take a clear-cut stand against the protest movement

Still no China deal in sight but US president eases tensions with France and Japan

Exuberant scenes in Shanghai belie challenges ahead for the US discount retailer

State-run newspaper on the process of rebalancing.

Officials warn over heavy traffic as shoppers flock to store on opening day in Shanghai

Canada prime minister accused of not standing up to Beijing 'bullying'

Yang Hengjun, who was detained in January, faces years in prison or death penalty

Fast-growing domestic economy lures deals from Tesla, Bain Capital and others

UBS, which oversees $2.5tn in assets, recommends customers trim positions

China's pressure to fall meekly in line over protests should be resisted

US president hails 'very positive step' is negotiations

Controversy renews concern over foreign influence in domestic politics

Facial recognition company pushes ahead with Hong Kong listing plan despite unrest roiling city