The Financial Times

China poised to end two-term limit on presidency

Communist party proposal paves way for Xi Jinping to serve beyond 2023

Japan plans to ease visa rules for skilled workers

Abe addresses labour shortages but stands firm against permanent immigration

Trump’s plan to keep ‘competitor’ China at bay

The US wants more scrutiny of deals with Chinese companies but critics fear the system will hurt innovation

Democrats rebut GOP memo attacking Mueller probe

New document claims Russian intelligence spent years trying to recruit Trump adviser

European leaders deny link to Manafort in Mueller probe

Former Italian prime minister, Poland president and Austrian chancellor reject allegations

UN council calls for truce as air strikes batter Syria's Ghouta

Resolution to allow for aid deliveries and medical evacuations comes after 7th day of attacks on town

Italians protest against resurgence of racism

Authorities fear escalation of violence as atmosphere sours ahead of election

US companies cut ties to NRA after school shooting

Pressure from customers and campaigners forces corporate America to act

Berkshire Hathaway gains $29bn on back of tax reforms

Earnings rise by 87% even as Warren Buffett’s group steered away from mega-acquisitions

Carmakers race to lock in lithium for electric vehicles

China and Japan lead dash for resources deals to capture market for powering autos of the future

Air Asia India plans etiquette video for passengers

Carrier aims to counter unique challenges posed by customers new to air travel

Fake news threat looms over Brazilian election

Nation is fertile ground for misinformation due to widespread distrust of politicians

The charitable giving model is undemocratic

The UK’s Gift Aid gives the wealthy more sway in the allocation of scarce resources

GE warns it could face DoJ action in subprime lending probe

Company expects officials to say it broke the law originating and selling mortgages

Latvian bank ABLV to be wound up by EU authorities

Lender’s fate comes soon after US alleged it helped facilitate funding of North Korea’s missile programme

Dropbox IPO plans raise ire over share structure

Cloud storage group eyes dual-class listing that concentrates power with top management

Warren Buffett to step down from Kraft Heinz board

Move comes as legendary investor reduces travel commitments

Magic Leap in talks for $400m Saudi cash injection

Deal with PIF would take augmented reality start-up’s total fundraising to $2.3bn

Manafort allegedly paid €2m to European politicians

Indictment says the politicians appeared to be independent but were paid lobbyists

UK’s Brexit plan ‘pure illusion’, says Donald Tusk

Compromise reached by Theresa May’s divided cabinet under fire from Brussels