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The country is determined not to be used as a proxy in the fight between its closest neighbour and one of its most important allies
The original fear gauge suggests that a recession may be looming but is it correct?
Domestic deals raise a record $3bn but behind the scenes lies a tale of obligatory patriotism
Arms deal with Russia jeopardises Ankara’s role in Nato and its relations with US. Will the risk pay off?
An FT investigation reveals that some statistics could have been manipulated
The hard-right party is well placed to gain regional seats but faces a power struggle between moderates and extremists
The ‘Lava Jato’ probe ensnared business and political figures across the region, but claims against a top judge could stop the clean-up
From Kashmir to Ukraine, several flashpoints highlight the instability that flows from unpredictable foreign policy
The police’s violent response to protesters’ demands in Moscow has intensified anger over a flatlining economy
With the disastrous purchase of Monsanto and plummeting shares, some question if it is time to break up the German group
Northern Atlantic current is shifting course — with implications for crops and sea levels
Do governments want the best 5G networks or to rake in billions from spectrum sales?
The failure of Juan Guaidó to dislodge Nicolás Maduro from power has accelerated the economic implosion
Any military intervention by Beijing would threaten the role the city plays in opening China’s economy to the world
The police hope the software can solve and prevent crime, but can citizens ever give their consent?
The controlling shareholder in the French retailer is fighting to keep hold of his indebted empire
As the president attacks corruption and poverty, some worry he is flirting with demagoguery
Aimed at shopkeepers rather than oligarchs, Moscow has technology to record and tax real-time transactions
The bank’s shares trail its two biggest rivals, prompting calls for a change in direction. But can CEO Mike Corbat deliver?
After a decisive first few days, the new prime minister has set up a confrontation with the EU
The premier’s critics accuse him of trying to play up his role in the overthrow of communism
There is a first-mover advantage for whoever writes the new rules for the digital economy
A switch to electronic payments could save up to $15bn a year, but mistrust is hindering change
By floating some of its online assets it will create Europe’s biggest consumer internet company. But will that lift its share price?
Investors are shunning the country’s crowded IT scene. Some companies are now burning through cash to win market share