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US president and House judiciary chairman Nadler once clashed over Manhattan development

US companies struggle to pass on rising labour, transportation and raw materials costs


Leading Eurosceptic issues warning after MPs vote to take control of EU withdrawal process


PM says New Delhi gripped with ‘war hysteria’ as elections approach in April

Publisher Bertelsmann says former first lady has sold more than 10m copies of ‘Becoming’

The region was the envy of Europe in 17th century and the world is about to turn full circle

The company is offering more services but questions over pricing remain

Voters in battle-scared Cizre vow to defy warnings by Turkey’s president

Ride-hailing company makes acquisition ahead of this year’s initial public offering

Latest move to expand consumer lending pitches the bank into a competitive market

Critics fear relocation exemplifies Viktor Orban’s shift towards Moscow

Main lenders have cut toxic loans but remain exposed to a sovereign bond sell-off

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Economists say choice of Stephen Moore is attack on independence of central bank

Acquisition will help burger group customise its menu displays based on differing variables

Technology and climate change force energy providers to rethink strategies

Anti-Trump lawyer also faces fresh charges in separate case over wire and bank fraud



His journey from flaxen-haired teen idol to dedicated experimentalist was unparalleled in pop

Death of leftwing politician Marielle Franco focused attention on the growth of militias — to the president’s discomfort

The FT 1000, a list of the region’s fastest growing companies, shows founders are bullish despite headwinds

Markets News

The cost and febrile UK politics leave big and small companies wary of hedging currency risk

Regulators say negative research on the currency was ‘misleading and manipulative’

Electrical equipment distributor’s shares have dropped 12 per cent in three weeks


Proposed regulations offer a way to lessen Big Tech’s dominance

PM wants to make groups accountable for content after Facebook streaming of NZ attacks

Analysts wary over timing and robustness of expected second half rebound for electronics

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