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India’s bold experiment with cash

The banknote ban is a shock for an economy with so many outside the formal system

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The $143bn flop: How Buffett and 3G lost Unilever

The story behind the failure of Kraft Heinz to win over the Anglo-Dutch giant

For clues to the productivity puzzle, go shopping

The bulge of jobs at the bottom makes it harder for people to climb up

A Jerusalem US embassy will right a historic wrong

Claims that relocating from Tel Aviv will derail a comatose peace process ring hollow

We can shout at each other over Brexit — or talk to EU

Refighting the referendum just makes sensible debate more difficult

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A lack of trust is blighting Greece

The Greeks are losing faith and international investors are reluctant to put capital

Sake alcohol Japan

Second-hand booze sales flow from Japanese fads

Notebook: A clash between tradition and an attitude shift adds vigour to trade

Schulz’s return to roots of Europe’s centre left

German growth is enviable but low pay and job security are real fears

An equitable future can be built in Silicon Valley

The digital disrupters must transform bad old business practices, too

The stamp of authority looms over democracies

When voters feel the system no longer serves their interests, freedom falters

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