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Latest update : 2013-11-18

Blockbuster day for orders at Dubai Air Show

Boeing takes the lion’s share of orders on the opening day of the Dubai Air Show, with its latest version of the 777 making the bulk of sales. In the markets, Chinese shares make strong gains on the back of the latest reforms announced there. And here in France, the long-running Hospices de Beaune wine sale also sets record prices.

By Matthew WARREN

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