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    Weaker euro buys time for Draghi’s ECB

    Mario Draghi is unlikely to talk much about the euro on Thursday when he sets out details of an asset-buying plan intended By Delphine Strauss

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    Iranian ecommerce thrives despite obstacles

    When brothers Hamid and Saeed Mohammadi founded online retailer Digikala in 2007 they had capital of $20,000, an office in a By Najmeh Bozorgmehr in Tehran

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    Yen hits six-year low after Tankan data

    The yen weakened to a six-year low against the dollar on Wednesday as the US currency spiked after mixed economic data were By Naomi Rovnick in Hong Kong and Michael Hunter in London

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    Thailand set to tap unspent billions in effort to create jobs

    Thailand’s military-controlled government plans to tap billions of dollars of unused public spending in a fresh effort to By Michael Peel in Bangkok

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    France insists delay on deficit target justified

    France has insisted its demand for a delay in meeting EU budget targets is justified as it faces critical talks in coming By Hugh Carnegy in Paris

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    Delegates bearish at commodities forum

    The mood was jovial despite the bearish tone of the debates about the global economy at the Financial Times’ inaugural By Neil Hume and Emiko Terazono

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    Elsewhere on Wednesday, - Schroedinger’s executive order: data is not “collected” until it is examined - Arctic ice loss Dan McCrum

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    Financial regulator begins full investigation of Tesco

    The Financial Conduct Authority has notified Tesco that it has commenced a full investigation into the supermarket group By Claer Barrett and Andrea Felsted

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    Sainsbury suffers fall in second-quarter sales

    J Sainsbury Britain’s third biggest supermarket chain by market share, reported a decline in second-quarter sales in the By Andrea Felsted

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    Chinese banks shun depositors as rules bite

    China’s banks this week found themselves turning away would-be depositors as they scrambled to comply with new rules that By Gabriel Wildau in Shanghai

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