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    Explainer: Greece’s IMF payment

    If Greece does not transfer the equivalent of €1.6bn to the International Monetary Fund on Tuesday, it will become the firstShawn Donnan in Washington

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    Beijing works to calm tumbling stock market

    China’s government is taking an all-hands-on-deck approach to soothing the country’s plunging equity market, after anGabriel Wildau in Shanghai

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    Indonesia households feel pinch amid search for new growth engine

    The holy month of Ramadan is normally a time of big spending in Indonesia but this year Puji Lestari says she will not beAvantika Chilkoti in Jakarta

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    Debt clouds hang heavy over emerging Asia

    By keeping interest rates on hold a while longer, the Federal Reserve has given emerging markets, braced for possibleHenny Sender

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    Asian equities hobbled by deepening Greece crisis

    Tuesday 03:20 BST. Asian bourses were trading tentatively following a global rout sparked by Greece’s bailout drama, butPeter Wells in Hong Kong

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    Greeks embark on Australian odyssey for new life Down Under

    Tens of thousands of Greeks fled their homeland for a new life Down Under in the aftermath of the second world war. Now,Jamie Smyth in Sydney

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    US rules on overtime pay to be shaken up

    President Barack Obama has unveiled a long-awaited change to US rules on overtime pay, potentially raising the wages of asMegan Murphy in Washington

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    China set to overtake the US as an outward investor

    By Spencer Lake, HSBC Chinese companies have been stepping up their global investment spree in the past 12 months. MergersGuest writer

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    Grainger rises as activist takes stake

    Grainger dodged a worldwide market sell-off on Monday after the landlord was targeted by an activist investor. Crystal AmberBryce Elder

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    Insurers in danger of being ‘Uber-ised’, Lloyd’s chief warns

    Insurers are in danger of being “Uber-ised” as technology allows companies from Google to Walmart to undermine the sector’sAlistair Gray, Insurance Correspondent

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