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By Doug Young & Rene Vanguestaine

China has vetoed the purchase of Israel’s Tower Semiconductor by U.S. chip giant Intel by failing to give its approval for the deal. Is this retaliation for recent U.S. moves to stifle China’s chip development, and what are the implications for future global M&A? And bubble tea maker HeyTea has opened its first store in London, joining a growing number of peers looking for growth in the West. But is the bubble tea trend getting ready to burst in these places? And as many of these companies explore potential IPOs, will international investors still be interested in them in the current economic environment?

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