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US president’s popularity is falling amid a party split over economic policy and a looming government shutdown
Aerospace group confident it can deliver a plane powered by gas by 2035, but warns state and regulatory support is needed
Polls point to tight election race between centre-right and Social Democrats
July talks in Tianjin laid way for release but more ‘uncomfortable’ compromises to come, experts warn
Businesses say move to relax post-Brexit immigration laws is insufficient to ease labour shortages
Gas crisis starts to bite in country that spends proportionately more on household bills than rest of eurozone
Failure to reform inheritance will leave Gatsby-level inequality intact
Intervention needed to avoid ‘out-of-control situation’, warns Mitsui OSK Lines president
Copper producer to build small modular reactors to ensure self-sufficiency and protect it from volatile energy prices
Bewildered and feeling abandoned, thousands who aided US-led mission fear Taliban wrath
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The arrival of thousands of migrants at the Texan border with Mexico has been met with crackdowns
Andrew Left predicted the demise of the Chinese property group but is not celebrating its debt crunch
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Ivermectin has been touted by conservative commentators despite not being approved for use against virus
Biden’s security pact with UK and Australia comes at the cost of deep resentment in Paris and Brussels
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Meng Wanzhou flies to China after resolving fraud charges while Spavor and Kovrig return to Canada
The sweet-natured comedy shows that it pays to be a kind and decent manager
Diplomatic protests lead to exemption for ministerial delegates from ‘red list’ countries attending COP26
Beijing coal financing announcement and funding pledge from Biden inject rare note of optimism
Emissions targets often have agreeably long deadlines, while the tenures of bosses have been shortening
The pandemic gave us ‘treat brain’, Janan Ganesh rejects the lockdown epiphany, and we hop aboard the world’s most glamorous train
Examining his speech to the UN General Assembly about why now is the moment to really tackle climate change
Having made billions available to households, companies and governments to borrow during the pandemic, the brakes are now being applied
As Angela Merkel exits, Germany’s model of two dominant big-tent parties is becoming more fragmented
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Bulls like Ray Dalio and Howard Marks spar with more downbeat managers such as Kyle Bass
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Country’s central bank seeks to stop residents trading on overseas exchanges
Gorillas and Flink try to take on Getir in a merry-go-round of funding and merger talks
The UK-based global location finder was born from frustration with inexact GPS co-ordinates
Debate over whether the systems can truly remove human bias and how much supervision they need