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    Tourism chief hits at lack of UK support

    A government poster campaign to promote British tourism in China fails to tackle the main obstacle to increasing the numberRoger Blitz — Leisure Industries Correspondent

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    Sergei Pugachev says he can no longer afford lawyers

    Sergei Pugachev, the exiled Russian oligarch once known as the banker to the Kremlin, says he is being forced to representJane Croft

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    Jil Sander — Milan Fashion Week AW15 show report

    “Elegant domesticity,” read designer Rodolfo’s Paglialunga’s show notes for Jil Sander. “Not another collection of carpetJo Ellison

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    China ecommerce groups take fresh approach

    For China’s 640m internet users, a live Alaskan crab is now just a mouse-click away. Alibaba and JD.com, the two biggestJosh Noble in Hong Kong

  2. 6 hours ago

    Investors optimistic about Modi budget

    Indian and international investors are optimistic about the prospects for accelerating growth in India, after New DelhiAmy Kazmin in New Delhi

  3. 6 hours ago

    Vedanta to cut debt burden despite oil price slump

    London-listed Vedanta Resources plans a dramatic reduction in debts and curbs in capital spending, as the India-focusedJames Crabtree in Mumbai

  4. 7 hours ago

    Business positive about Indian budget

    Business leaders have greeted the first budget of Narendra Modi's government with cautious optimism. The FT's Victor Mallet3m 22secs

  5. 7 hours ago

    Investors slash exposure to the euro

    Fears over a potential plunge in the euro have led to a record number of Asian, US and UK investors hedging out theirSteve Johnson

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    European money market fund reforms likened to ‘hand grenade’

    Long-awaited reforms proposed for Europe’s €1tn money market fund sector have left both the industry and its most visceralSteve Johnson

  7. 7 hours ago

    UK rent control would not choke off institutional investment

    The reimposition of rent controls by a future Labour government would not choke off the return of institutional investmentSteve Johnson

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