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    Japan corporate confidence fades further

    Optimism has faded across all industries in Japan six months on from a tax increase that caused the sharpest contraction in By Ben McLannahan in Tokyo

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    China must resist cheap money temptation

    The democracy protests in Hong Kong are unlikely to unhinge global markets so long as there is a peaceful outcome. They do, By George Magnus

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    China holidays subdue Asia bourses

    Wednesday 03.30 BST. Asian bourses were subdued due to closures in Hong Kong and China for the National Day public holiday By Jennifer Thompson in Hong Kong

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    Brazil polls show Rousseff lead widening

    Brazil’s president Dilma Rousseff has widened her lead over her main rival, socialist party candidate Marina Silva, in By Joe Leahy in São Paulo

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    Paris Fashion Week: Day 7

    The Air France pilots may have finally called off their strike, but there was still an air of political dissent in Paris on By Jo Ellison

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    The Fondation Louis Vuitton, Paris

    When Bernard Arnault first thought about building a museum to house his art collection, the French billionaire had just hit By Adam Thomson

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    First Ebola case diagnosed in US

    American health officials said on Wednesday that an individual who had recently travelled to the US from west Africa was By Geoff Dyer in Washington

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    Cameron to end on optimistic note with NHS pledge

    David Cameron will promise on Wednesday a real-terms rise in health spending in the next parliament, in an attempt to blunt By George Parker in Birmingham

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    Network Rail told to cut costs by 20% in next five years

    Network Rail will have to cut costs by a fifth over the next five years while improving services on Britain’s railways, the By Gill Plimmer

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    KPMG gains legal services licence

    KPMG has received a licence that will formalise its foray into the legal profession, the latest of the “big four” to take By Harriet Agnew, City Correspondent

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