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Storied British sports car brand goes electric at new $1.3bn Wuhan factory
Worker shortages and pandemic disruptions persist two months after the end of shutdown
Semiconductor screening turned into new business line as counterfeits spread
City’s rigid quarantine rules appease mainland but risk alienating foreign bankers
Cricket competition has two new teams and a lot riding on broadcasting rights talks
People desperate to escape Taliban are easy prey for fraudulent travel agents
VietJet founder Nguyen Thi Phuong Thao’s $211m gift to Linacre draws criticism
Venture into renewables short-circuited by the lack of a deal to sell its power to the state utility
Chang calls domestic push unfeasible, with $52bn in subsidies far too little
Jakarta says plan in place but iPhone assembler only confirms discussions held
Pandemic offers Beijing opportunity to firm up ties with strategically important neighbour
Competition intensifies as digital services leapfrog legacy financial systems
Regulators freeze out US films as Chinese audiences become harder to woo
Billionaires, venture capitalists and even the government are readying share sales
Original illustrations from One Piece reborn as high-end collectors’ items
One million people have started trading this year, causing dizzy share prices
Tech manufacturers gear up for their peak season amid uncertainty over power supplies
Camera module constraints add more pressure as China power cuts cause manufacturing stoppages
Candidates pay up to $3,000 for tips on how to prepare for increasingly arduous recruitment process
Enhanced IP legislation means foreign companies need to be ready for lawsuits
Odd partnership highlights a trade rule sidestepped by the TPP and EU deal
Semiconductor and electronics prices are likely to climb as supply costs surge and demand remains strong
Lobbying intensifies as fate of Vodafone Idea rests in government’s hands
Covid wary clients prefer safety of their own homes and cheaper prices offered by start-ups
Illicit industry traffics thousands of victims from China through south-east Asia