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Development bank is caught up in strategic rivalry between Washington and Beijing

French president’s comment comes as Italy set to endorse Belt and Road Initiative

European clubs will find ways to make money from Chinese enthusiasm for the beautiful game

EU leaders meet to discuss how to handle China as President Xi Jinping visits Italy

Westerners may balk, but such dishes are revered for their thrilling textural qualities

Plans part of efforts by Rome and Beijing to cement ties during Xi’s visit

Stuttering economy lags EU peers as a trade and investment partner for Beijing

A diplomatic spat has hit Canadian exporters

More than 600 people were injured in the blast in Jiangsu

Rome’s Belt and Road agreement with Beijing can be a model for other European countries

Commission dusts off old proposal for pan-EU retaliatory weapon

Anna Lindstedt was recalled from Beijing in a case that has soured relations

Sonny Perdue says Beijing’s ‘attitudes’ are hardening in talks to resolve spat

Visit by Xi Jinping sparks questions about how Rome is positioned in world order

A renewed Baselworld fair faces its first test this week as watch market feels the heat

New digital services add a layer of reassurance for China’s counterfeit-conscious consumers

Baselworld’s moment of truth; interview with LVMH’s head of watches; economics and politics blight watchmakers’ growth forecasts; China’s authenticators fight counterfeit luxury goods; why brands are going big on women’s watches; injured veteran turns …

Three top executives quit Hong Kong brokerage after a bitter row over bonuses

Gideon Rachman discusses Italy's controversial move to endorse China's Belt and Road…

Huge rise in share price of China Ding Yi Feng was enough to rank it in MSCI index

President nevertheless says talks on trade deal with Beijing ‘coming along nicely’

Chinese president due in Rome to sign first deal with G7 nation

Beyond the election, the issues of jobs and institutions will require unrelenting focus