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    Further reading

    Elsewhere on Friday, - Modern slavery. - Of bribery and banks. - The dramatic rise of life expectancy around the world. -Izabella Kaminska

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    Matteo Renzi faces key test in Italian regional elections

    Italy is to hold elections in seven of its 20 regions on Sunday in the biggest test of popular support for the reformistJames Politi in Rome

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    Confidence remains key to UK economic outlook

    Ask any optimist on the outlook for the UK economy why they remain upbeat despite recent soggy growth and there is normallyEmily Cadman

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    FT Opening Quote - Telecity elopes with Equinix for £2.3bn

    Telecity has eloped with Equinix and the pre-nup is worth £2.3bn, Hornby is crowdsourcing toy launches and there’s a gaggleChris Nuttall

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    Daum Kakao revives Southeast Asia push with Path app acquisition

    The operator of South Korea’s dominant chat app KakaoTalk will buy the shrunken US-based social network Path, in a bid toSimon Mundy in Seoul

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    Sepp Blatter faces showdown as Fifa prepares to vote

    As seven of their colleagues languish in jail cells around Zurich amid the worst corruption scandal in Fifa’s history, 209Malcolm Moore in Zurich

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    Equinix to Buy Telecity for £2.35bn

    Equinix, the largest US data centre group by value, is set to win a key battle over the future of Europe’s burgeoning cloudMurad Ahmed and Elizabeth Paton

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    China to allow individuals buy overseas financial assets

    China is finalising plans that would allow individuals to invest directly in overseas financial assets, further looseningGabriel Wildau in Shanghai

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    Used handbags provide an unlikely barometer for Japan’s economy

    From currency arbitrage to game theory, consumer psychology to the fast-evolving tastes of Chinese tourists, the secrets ofLeo Lewis in Tokyo

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    Fifa presidency vote, China stock shock, jest by chocolate

    The Fifa presidency goes to a vote today with the organisation mired in scandal and Sepp Blatter defiant, refusing to stepAmie Tsang

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