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    Hamas accuses Israel of killing military commander’s family

    Hamas officials said on Wednesday that Israel’s military had killed the wife and son of Mohammed Deif, commander of the By John Reed in Jerusalem

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    M&A boom must evolve to create growth

    Huge cash buffers, together with cheap and plentiful financing, are fuelling a merger and acquisition boom that has By Mohamed El-Erian

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    RBC GAM hires international CEO

    RBC Global Asset Management, the $305bn asset management arm of Royal Bank of Canada, announced on Wednesday that Clive By Chris Flood

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    NOL weighs sale of logistics arm

    Neptune Orient Lines, the Singapore-based container shipping company, is considering the sale or public listing of its APL By Jeremy Grant in Singapore

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    Won bears brunt of dollar ascent

    South Korea’s won bore the brunt of entrenched selling of Asian currencies on Wednesday as the US dollar strengthened By Michael Hunter

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    China fines 10 Japanese auto parts makers over price collusion

    Chinese regulators have accused 12 Japanese auto parts manufacturers of colluding to overcharge Toyota, Ford and other By Tom Mitchell in Beijing

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    Budapest airport throngs with festival campers

    Airline passengers to Hungary, be warned: Budapest’s Liszt Ferenc International airport is having its Woodstock Week, with Kester Eddy

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    Thermal coal falls victim to China’s energy policy

    Iron ore, the key ingredient in steelmaking, is not the only bulk commodity being buffeted by oversupply and tepid demand. By Neil Hume, Commodities Editor

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    Glencore plans $1bn share buyback

    Glencore has stolen a march on its closest rivals with plans to return $1bn to investors over the next six months through a By Neil Hume, commodities editor

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    Carlsberg shares fall as Russian market woes hit brewer

    Carlsberg’s shares fell nearly 5 per cent after it issued its second profit warning of the year, as the Danish brewer’s By Richard Milne, Nordic Correspondent

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