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    Biotechs’ fees soar for drug development partnerships

    The fees that biotech groups charge big pharma companies to go into drug development partnerships have hit a nine-year high,David Crow in New York

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    No debt talks until Greece agrees reforms, warns Moscovici

    Greece’s eurozone creditors will not discuss how to get the country’s sovereign debt back on a sustainable path until AthensPeter Spiegel in Brussels and Stefan Wagstyl in Berlin

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    On top of the Eiffel Tower

    Electricians work on the Eiffel Tower’s lightbulbs in Paris on Tuesday. The tower’s 10 000 lights are changed every fourJamie Han

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    Latin America will be the hardest hit of emerging regions as the Fed tightens

    A striking feature of the latest updated forecasts from the International Monetary Fund was how sharply it cut growthDan Bogler

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    War as a formative experience in Vietnam

    Hana Dang began life fleeing with her family from the US bombing of Hanoi, capital of North Vietnam. A little over 20 yearsMichael Peel

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    Free Lunch: Health spending and the UK election

    Do the maths, and be scared The UK general election is two days away, and the Labour opposition has decided to return toMartin Sandbu

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    Austin: The Texan state capital not only friendly to business

    Startups raising money in 2014 115 Total funds raised $993m Startups acquired 31 (source: Built In Austin) They take theirRichard Newton

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    Skills that kill

    Soldiers from the South Korean army special forces unit demonstrate their skills in fighting back knife-wielding attackersJamie Han

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    Atypical Tories spearhead party’s northern fightback

    There was no question whether David Cameron would appear at the roadside to watch the Tour de Yorkshire cycle race on theAndrew Bounds, North of England correspondent

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    EU probe into sweetheart tax deals to miss deadline

    Brussels will fail to meet its self-imposed June deadline to close flagship investigations into sweetheart tax dealsAlex Barker and Duncan Robinson in Brussels

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