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China’s refusal to become the west’s dumping ground is forcing the world to face up to a waste crisis
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This year’s FT 1000 ranking with data, plus methodology
Research increases pressure on Facebook and Twitter to rein in false information
Allegation that FBI flouted surveillance rules contained in three-and-a-half page document released Friday
Guy Chazan and Fred Studemann join Gideon Rachman to discuss if we are witnessing the end of the Merkel era
The Financial Times banking team discusses the biggest banking stories of the week
Issue of Northern Irish border after Brexit has strained Anglo-Irish relations
A tumultuous week in Zimbabwe culminates in the resignation of Robert Mugabe
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Does the US stance on the TPP and Nafta bode ill for world trade?
A new anti-corruption crackdown led to the arrest of several powerful figures
How "back-to-back" mechanisms could help keep jobs in the City post-Brexit
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Nationalist party holds outsize sway on social media as election draws near
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