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The Democratic Republic of Congo is jeopardising billions of dollars of potential investment by seeking to rewrite theWilliam Wallis in London
International Airlines Group has set out measures to reassure the Irish government over the future of Aer Lingus under itsPeggy Hollinger
The first Federal Reserve monetary policy meeting of 2015 takes place on Tuesday and Wednesday. Economists are expecting aSam Fleming in Washington
London estate agency Foxtons blamed a downturn in the luxury housing market for a disappointing fourth quarter, where salesKate Allen
President Barack Obama has elevated India to potentially the “best partner” of the US in a public speech at the end of aVictor Mallet in New Delhi
Chinese industrial profits slumped by a record 8 per cent last month, as Beijing’s targeted stimulus efforts failed toGabriel Wildau
Asia-Pacific airlines are moving to reduce or phase out fuel surcharges, responding to a drop in global oil prices andJamie Smyth in Sydney
Elsewhere on Tuesday, - “Internal devaluation” via falling wages is incredibly costly — but Greece has been payingDavid Keohane
You can sign up for the email here or read it in full below. Many US states have declared a state of emergency andAmie Tsang
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As political turmoil gripped South Korea in 1948, with a Soviet-backed regime to the north plotting infiltration andSimon Mundy in Seoul
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