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Australia has become the latest country to crack down on landlords and overseas buyers of homes, proposing curbs onPeter Wells
Several people have been killed after a Taliban suicide bomber attacked a British embassy vehicle in Kabul on Thursday. TheConor Sullivan and agencies
The wooded hills of Thuringia are an unlikely base from which to launch a leftwing revolution. The central German state hasStefan Wagstyl – Erfurt
SABMiller and Coca-Cola are to tie-up in Africa, creating the continent’s largest bottling operation for the fizzy drinkClaer Barrett
India is unlikely to launch an appeal against the recent Rs30bn ($490m) tax victory won by British telecoms group Vodafone,James Crabtree and Avantika Chilkoti in Mumbai
Indonesian bond yields have fallen to a one-year low as foreign investors bet that reforms will shield the country fromBen Bland in Jakarta and Josh Noble in Hong Kong
Shares in Japan’s Yakult fell as much as 10 per cent following a report that France’s Danone was considering unloading itsKana Inagaki in Tokyo
The controversial London-to-Edinburgh East Coast rail franchise has been awarded to Inter City Railways, a joint ventureJoel Lewin, Mark Odell and Jim Pickard
Rio Tinto is devoting a small part of its much reduced capital spending budget to the expansion of one of its diamond mines.James Wilson
Poundland, the UK budget store chain, has announced strong first-half sales growth as it expands into continental Europe andKadhim Shubber
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