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Italian luxury notebook maker Moleskine has picked Canary Wharf and Covent Garden for its first standalone UK stores.

2013A man looks at a Huawei mobile phone as he shops at an electronic market in Shanghai January 22, 2013. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

UK to review involvement of Huawei in Oxfordshire cybersecurity centre, as firm denies spying claims

Review follows a report from the UK's Intelligence and Security Committee that raised security fears over influence of the Chinese government

China pledges to clean up drugs sector after GSK scandal

State Food and Drug Administration declares a six-month clean up campaign

China's Red Dragon slowdown puts growth target in jeopardy

Red Dragon economy is heading for slowest advance in over two decades

Postcard from... Beijing

Chinese plans for $6bn nuclear plant blocked by protesters

Government says it will ‘respect public opinion’ and scrap the proposed uranium-enrichment facility

The Business Matrix: Saturday 13 July 2013

£1bn plan for car propulsion centre

The fugitive US whistleblower Edward Snowden alleged yesterday that the National Security Agency was 'in bed together' with German intelligence

Edward Snowden saga: US and China clash over handling of NSA whistleblower after Microsoft accused of handing over users' data to intelligence services

Fugitive appeals for the help of human rights groups in Russia, as his latest revelations suggest Microsoft lets US government access its customers' data

The Sport Matrix: Thursday 11 July 2013

Wickets tumble as England suffer Broad injury scare

China's former Railways Minister Liu Zhijun receives suspended death sentence for bribery and corruption

Beijing court passes suspended death sentence for abuse of power

Tyson Gay celebrates after winning the Men's 100 m event during the Diamond League Athletics meeting

Tyson Gay wins 100 metres at Diamond League meeting in Lausanne

American champion Tyson Gay continued his impressive buildup to next month's world championships by winning the 100 metres at Lausanne's Athletissima Diamond League meeting in 9.79 seconds.

Coach Bill Furniss shares Rebecca Adlington’s joy after she won a bronze medal in the 400m freestyle at the London Olympics

Swimming: Bill Furniss eager to turn up the heat on British hopefuls in quest to make bigger splash

New national swimming coach has Adlington's blessing but World Championships may be too soon to tell

I paid $500,000 ransom, says US factory boss

The American business executive who had been held hostage by workers at his company’s Beijing factory has arrived back in the US after being freed in return for what he claims was a ransom of around half a million dollars.

Armed police patrol the road leading into Lukqun

Death toll at 35 after ethnic clashes in western China

Foreign Ministry spokeswoman: 'This is a terrorist attack, there's no question about that'

US factory boss Chip Starnes freed from China factory after being held hostage for nearly a week

A local official said an agreement of pay was reached with "mutual satisfaction"

Andy Murray loses to Lu Yen-hsun at the Beijing Olympics in 2008

Wimbledon 2013: Revenge for Beijing agony is ideal motivation for Andy Murray

Last summer's Olympic Games provided Andy Murray with some of the best moments of his career, but his second-round match here against Lu Yen-hsun, of Chinese Taipei, will be a reminder of a more painful Olympic experience.

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