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Combination of German and Indian units will create Europe’s number two producer

Residents in socially divided capital provide assistance as death toll rises above 200

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13 arrests made as referendum on independence looms

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Analysis Retail

Retailer’s debts played a bigger role than Amazon or Walmart in its bankruptcy

Analysis US Economy

Do Republican voters want their president to be a demagogue or a dealmaker?

Eternal power will elude South Africa’s liberation movement as economic apartheid lives on

Analysis Brexit

May is preparing to make an opening offer but will it be enough?

‘Potentially catastrophic’ storm is strongest to hit the island in 85 years

Mark Walter said to have faced investor pressure over rift with Scott Minerd

Body asks why shareholders appear to differ from statements during 2016 Gategroup deal

Company’s ‘smart glasses’ would come with in-home virtual assistant embedded

US News

Bob Corker and Pat Toomey reach pact on parameters of a critical budget resolution

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Interview Markets

Control board head says recent natural disasters bring to light lack of investment

Party leaders urge lawmakers to pass new effort to repeal and replace Obamacare

Trends in the US and internationally show how difficult it will be to ‘bring back coal’

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Arrests made as vote on independence looms

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The country’s need for upgrades is urgent but, with government funds in short supply, opportunities abound for investors

Tired of their jobs, two women made it their business to help others get off the treadmill

Ellen Pao’s account of her failed discrimination lawsuit makes a strong case about sexism in technology

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Havens rise as Trump hits out at N Korea, pound fails to hold retail sales data gains

European authorities reveal they have hit a stumbling block due to rules’ reach

‘Carve-out’ creates new way for drugmaker’s private equity owners to strip cash out, say investors

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