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The CEO of China Telecom is the latest Chinese executive to go 'missing' - Business Insider


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The CEO of China Telecom is the latest Chinese executive to go 'missing'
Business Insider
Chang Xiaobing, who was recently named CEO of state-owned telecoms giant China Telecom, is the latest Chinese executive to go "missing" amid a nationwide crackdown on corruption led by the government. Beijing-based independent magazine Caijing ...
China Telecom chairman Chang Xiaobing under investigationBBC News

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?80.5bn tax bill paid by big UK business, analysis shows - London School of Business and Finance (blog)


?80.5bn tax bill paid by big UK business, analysis shows
London School of Business and Finance (blog)
The Treasury's coffers gained ?80.5bn in tax contributions from big business in the UK this year, according to analysis by Big 4 firm PwC. The report, which was made for the 100 Group of finance directors, noted that companies are paying higher rates ...

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Volkswagen sales fall 20% in the UK - BBC News


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Volkswagen sales fall 20% in the UK
BBC News
Sales of Volkswagen cars fell 20% in the UK last month following the diesel emissions scandal. In November, 12,958 new VWs were registered, down from 16,196 in November 2014, SMMT figures show. Other VW Group marques were also hit, with Seat ...
VW sales drop 20% in UK as diesel emissions scandal hits carmakerThe Guardian
Skoda Car Prices in India - Check Reviews, Models List, Photos & News @ ZigWheelsZigWheels

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Fifa sponsors demand reform overview

Five sponsors of football's world governing body Fifa write to its executive committee to demand "independent oversight" of reforms.

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'Trade-off' between UK business interests in Libya and compensation fight denied - Belfast Telegraph


Belfast Telegraph

'Trade-off' between UK business interests in Libya and compensation fight denied
Belfast Telegraph
Britain's former ambassador to Libya has denied there was a "trade-off" between the UK's business interests in the country and the fight for compensation for victims of IRA Semtex supplied by Muammar Gaddafi.

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