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China's e-cigarette inventor fights for financial rewards

'Taster' one-year apprenticeship program to tackle Geelong skills shortage

S&P 500 closes above 1,700 points for first time

Rival tablet manufacturers launch in Haiti

In Britain, a battle to spin great science into gold

China's shadow-banking sector a growing problem for booming economy facing...

Unions representing government workers are gaining

US job market recovers losses yet appears weaker

Platinum dispute casts a shadow as South Africa's annual wage bargaining...

Northern Territory stock feed mill grinding record volumes to support...

India's main parties outline key priorities in manifestos

ArcelorMittal says strength in key steel markets offsets mine pain

Najib's budget may leave companies in a squeeze: Southeast Asia

Exclusive - China ready to cut rates again on fears of deflation: sources

Thousands of supporters attend Indian PM's speaking event

No easy retirement in South Korea

China's Dalian Wanda prepares for the end of urbanisation

Stocks surge to new highs after hiring climbs

Heavy machinery company WesTrac to sack 70 apprentices in Perth due to...

Insight: Changing China set to shake world economy, again

Insight - Changing China set to shake world economy, again

Cuban state begins to move out of the restaurant business

From China to euro zone, world economy shows evidence of rebound

Aus market up after Wall St gains

CONVENTION WATCH: Obama basks in Clinton's embrace

GM's 2025 platform plan: Simplify and seek to save billions

Cambodia deploys troops as garment workers renew wage campaign

Come clean on subs, manufacturers urge

Australian aspirations to European emission target

Better late than never, Germany joins new scramble for Africa

Australian share market tipped to open lower

Israeli exporters weigh options as shekel strength persists

Emerging Asian carriers make presence felt with plane deals

Special Report - Why Italy's stay-home shoppers terrify the euro zone

Saudi giant SABIC Q4 profit down 29% on lower oil price

Wall St. opens 2015 flat as data weighs

European arms sellers look to get foot back in India's door

Strike brings South African auto sector to near standstill

Cuban state begins to move out of the restaurant business

Federated Investors sees S&ampP 500 at 2,500 in two years: Barron's

S.Africa warns strike-hit platinum mines could close

Renewable Energy Target campaigners fail to win Nick Xenophon's commitment

European stocks decline London hit by Tesco warning

US hiring remains strong in July

US sets new import duties on Chinese solar products

Mexico overtakes Japan as No. 2 car exporter to US

China targets 7.5 percent economic growth for 2014

In China, high demand for robots but too many robot manufacturers

Obama plans executive actions to strengthen U.S. manufacturing

China ready to cut rates again on fears of deflation - sources

China's economy not headed for 'hard landing'