Andrew Graydon: ‘I will be an Irishman who studied English in the US teaching children in China. I’m putting myself in a position to be lost again.’

(...) bags again. I will be an Irishman who studied English in the US teaching children in China. I’m putting(...)

Liu Yiqian, a billionaire industrialist and art collector. ‘The message to the West is clear: We have bought their buildings, we have bought their companies, and now we are going to buy their art.’ Photograph: Sim Chi Yin/New York Times

(...) worth it.” Before last week, Liu and Wang, both 52, had already made a name for themselves in China(...)

The term antimicrobial resistance covers the issue of growing resistance to antibiotics, antifungals, antivirals and other commonly used drugs. Stock photograph: Getty Images

(...)’s finding from China that a newly discovered gene has made infectious Gram-negative bacteria resistant to(...)

Photograph: Ralph Orlowski/Bloomberg News

(...) economic slowdown in China, the Volkswagen emissions scandal and the attacks in Paris. The unexpectedly(...)

Japan’s Nikkei ended a choppy session with a 0.2 per cent gain, after a long weekend. Markets were closed for a national holiday on Monday. (Photograph: FRANCK ROBICHON/EPA)

(...) back on China where local brokers are talking about market reforms, many of which have direct market(...)

China’s outbound direct investment to Africa totalled €1.12 billion in the first half of this year

One casualty of slower growth in China has been the country’s trade with Africa. During the boom(...)

A woman looks at handbags on sale at a shop in Beijing:  Growth in China’s industrial production, a measure of output at factories, workshops and mines, fell to a six-month low in October. Photograph: Wang Zhaowang Zhao/AFP/Getty Images

There have been a number of bearish reports on the outlook for China’s economy of late, mostly(...)

The  Range Rover Evoque convertible SUV is displayed during the Los Angeles Auto Show. Photograph: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg

(...), after a prolonged boom, that sales growth is slowing. While China has overtaken the US in the number(...)

CRH gained 1.07%  to close at €27.39 after more than 880,000 of its shares changed hands in Dublin

(...) demand in China. Morrison was down 2.6 per cent and Sainsbury 1.6 per cent. Some traders warned of the(...)

 Eurazeo plans to pay up to €335 million to buy 90 per cent of Irish group Fintrax, the world’s second biggest player in processing tourist VAT refunds.

(...) retail, and travel and leisure sectors, as well as our international network, notably in China and Brazil(...)