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Carmakers set to announce collaboration on electric vehicle technology and production 

Garth Ritchie said to be concerned by Christian Sewing’s cuts and lack of shareholder support


Greens surge to 21 per cent as CDU wins but sinks to historic low

Pharmaceuticals company settles ahead of trial over state’s drugs crisis

Patching up victims of a trade war to keep it going is ill-advised

After the Brumadinho dam disaster — that killed 231 — the Brazilian group is facing intense scrutiny

Republican tax cuts prompt increase in prices for most sought-after models

Guaidó’s attempts to seize power in crisis-torn country have faltered

Chancellor says a prime minister seeking to leave EU without agreement ‘cannot expect to survive’

Cabinet divided as president enforces austerity drive and tries to root out corruption

Acquisition of United Capital part of effort to take on Schwab and Morgan Stanley in $28tn market

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A dreamlike glimpse of British life half a century ago

Britain’s biggest intelligence service is rethinking its mission — and recruitment strategy

The housing market is being hit by climate change and building restrictions

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Payments industry sees flurry of big deals in race to cash in on rising digital transactions

The electric-car group’s shares have lost close to a fifth of their value in a week

President Trump seeks to inject measures preventing devaluations into trade deals

Guilherme Leal seen as a friendly face of capitalism as he looks to burnish green credentials



Supporters celebrate but opponents fear crackdown on dissent and religious minorities

Dulwich College offshoot is part of a growing trend aimed at China’s middle class

Liberty Media wants to revamp rules and unequal rewards

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Market questions is the FT’s guide to the week ahead

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Concerns remain that tariff dispute between US and China will escalate

Developing countries pull ahead for first time since 2013 despite widespread gloom


Companies complain that the tech giant may take their business as it has in retail

Co-founder of King, owned by Activision Blizzard, will become chairman

The industry remains overwhelmingly white, male, wealthy and young

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