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THE BOTTOM LINE

IMAGINE yourself as a regular commentator on public affairs - maybe a paid pundit, maybe a supposed expert in some area, maybe just an opinionated billionaire. You weigh in on a major policy...

EDITORIAL

AS if to dispel any lingering doubt that China intends to pursue its interests in the South China Sea with vigour, China's ambassador to Washington, Cui Tiankai, warned last week that there...

CHINA'S steady encroachment into the heart of global finance forms part of a changing political and economic order that could eventually reshape the international monetary system. With the...

COMMENTARY

DURING the UK general election of 1997, as Labour leader Tony Blair fought to unseat John Major and his Conservatives, an ambitious correspondent for the London Evening Standard travelled to Iowa,...

COMMENTARY

EVEN as financial commentators on CNBC are starting to come around to the idea of a bottom in oil prices, the key question for US oil producers remains one of timing. How long will the oil price...

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

I REFER to the letter "Noble AGM: shareholders may not be so supportive next time" from Mak Yuen Teen (BT, April 21) ...