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German chancellor eyes new elections or partners to keep her grip on power

Telecoms group’s chief vows to fight and warns decision will have chilling effect on deals

CBS News acts over allegations against 75-year-old broadcast journalist 

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Region has become a testing ground for new Chinese foreign policies

Caracas restructuring negotiations will entail a complex geopolitical poker game

Partnership with the FT a decade ago gave educational charity ‘credibility around the world’

Amsterdam chosen as post-Brexit home for medicines agency

Eurosceptics warn €40bn divorce payment offer must secure trade and transition talks

US singer-songwriter’s latest release sells more than 2m copies in first week

Membership commitment that some former Soviet nations seek remains elusive

Consultant report finds size will matter as revenues and margins come under pressure

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Decision not to finish term on board of governors gives Trump more room to reshape central bank

Republican plans would benefit domestic companies but bring little gain for multinationals

Settlement of investor lawsuit against board will see creation of monitoring council

Fresh sanctions will form part of ‘maximum pressure campaign’ on Pyongyang


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Markets News

Republican plans would benefit domestic companies but bring little gain for multinationals

Politics limits currency moves while bonds rally

Currency passes SKr10 per euro amid housing jitters and central bank dovishness


Interns say they were ‘forced’ to work at Foxconn plant in China in order to graduate

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