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Your guide to a disrupted world
Christian Lindner calls for ‘path towards reducing state debt’ despite economic turmoil
Announcement by US, Japan, Australia and India to come during Joe Biden’s Asia trip
Since the invasion of Ukraine, work done by firms such as CMS, Harbottle & Lewis and Carter-Ruck for Russian billionaires has come under increasing scrutiny
Industry says it will reserve production capacity for low- income nations for a fee if border bans are ended
After a bruising year for the HKEX, Nicolas Aguzin is heading to Davos to persuade investors China is open for business
With passenger numbers falling and working patterns in flux, large-scale investment in metro rail could become a thing of the past
Government worried that traditional pro-Moscow sentiment in Gagauzia could destabilise region
From Lake Como to Colombia, Bordeaux to the Bahamas – where will you go in the year of ‘revenge travel’?
If you look good, does repetitiveness really matter?
The outlook is deteriorating because of the Covid outbreak in China, rising US interest rates and a cost of living crisis in Europe
Group of British MPs call for release of regime critic after he spends much of the past seven weeks in ‘inhumane’ conditions
Three years after EU directive, activists say legislation aimed at boosting safeguards should go further
Labour says there is a ‘strong case’ for action against father of peer ennobled by Boris Johnson
Value of customer assets deposited on platform has shrunk by half since the start of 2022
The country’s second female prime minister is known for making impossible reforms possible — a skill she will need in office
Former spy Matthias Warnig also quits board of oil giant after controversy in Germany
Billionaire banker André Esteves’s comeback has been formalised, several years after arrest led to resignation
A currency that cannot be corrupted by bad decisions is not what humans really want
US president dilutes wording on regional trade deal as he departs on first Asia trip
Tracy Chevalier, author of ‘The Girl with the Pearl Earring’, on a classic trope
Plus, the women world champions earning as much as the men, Real Madrid bets on a future beyond football, and more.
S&P 500 index falls 20% below record peak of early 2022 during intraday trading but closes flat
Tech entrepreneurs’ close relationship has shaken up the social media company’s future