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Pests, diseases and climate change continue to exacerbate coffee supply problems worldwide. Co-operative effort from producers and consumers alike holds the key to sustain the future of the coffee industry

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Expectations are high for President Nana Akufo-Addo as his pro-business platform proposed to re-ignite growth and create jobs by bringing in new industries, as well as make government more inclusive and accountable

The World Economic Forum ranks Brazil 72nd out of 138 economies for the quality of its infrastructure, ahead of neighbouring Argentina but well behind Mexico at 57th. Now, Latin America’s largest country has a chance to put that right before the next peak in the economy

After the Brexit vote, London’s commercial property market briefly fell into disarray. Yet more than a year on, prices for some of the city’s best-known buildings are hitting records and property agents are toasting some of the largest deals of their lifetimes

Analysis Education

At the heart of the global effort to improve educational attainment is a contradiction. Everyone supports the idea that providing quality education in developing countries is beneficial, but funding by both governments and aid donors continues to fall short

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Companies are adapting their business models in response to transport policies, ride-sharing schemes, and stricter emission standards. Plus, China’s growing appetite for foreign markets, Slovakia’s worker shortage, and how Brexit may affect the supply chain

As evidence mounts of the important role employers can play in improving the happiness and productivity of their staff, Britain’s Healthiest Workplace survey reveals this year’s winners

Brexit and extreme weather are hurting the champagne industry, which is turning to grapetech to fight back; Dom Pérignon’s chief winemaker on his vintage years; and has Paris lost its taste for champagne?

Phenomenal growth invites scrutiny of regulators, who fear there is a lack of clarity over the products and how they are overseen

New towns and cities have sprung up across the Arab region as part of efforts to spur job growth, attract investment and anticipate a future beyond dependence on oil and gas revenues

Analysis Innovation

The inventions that underpin the modern world came from unexpected places and accidents. The FT is looking to find the new ideas that will shape the world in the future, however odd they may seem today, and we need your help in devising a list

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