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This week's exclusive articles include:
Boardroom voting: Big names double team sizes
Industry moguls flex stewardship muscles over board shortcomings
China: Emerging market investors shrug off debt problem
Country's deficit troubles no issue for managers
Retail: Unloved UK sector with strong long-term prospects
Why retail companies could exceed expectations
India elections 2019: Causing a commotion
Market weakness based on 'noise' expected as polls continue
Investment Conundrums: Kames Capital's Stephen Jones
"The distance and the impenetrable nature of the Chinese economy is worth watching as closely as possible at this point"
Almost a decade on from the sovereign debt crisis, we explore whether the euro zone's peripheral economies have materially improved or old vulnerabilities will again become apparent as growth slows.
Neil Brown appointed interim head of UK wholesale distribution
Kitemark for responsible investment should improve industry standards
Newly created role