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    Chinese tycoon sues local governments for late payment

    One of China’s richest men is suing six local governments for late payments on infrastructure contracts, in a rare legalTom Mitchell in Beijing and Gabriel Wildau in Shanghai

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    Greek austerity after Syriza

    A brief collection of reaction to Sunday’s election in Greece follows. Before we hear from the professional financial crowd,Dan McCrum

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    Smart beta gaining ground in battle for investment supremacy

    The business model of active fund managers is under threat from a relatively new form of investing as customers increasinglyDavid Oakley, Investment Correspondent

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    Karen Millen hit by demerger costs

    Repositioning Karen Millen as an affordable luxury brand took its toll on the fashion retailer’s sales and pre-tax profitAndrea Felsted Senior Retail Correspondent

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    Marubeni halves profit forecast on $1bn writedown

    Japan’s Marubeni has halved its annual profit forecast due to writedowns totalling $1bn, as a slump in oil and copper pricesBy Kana Inagaki in Tokyo

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    International Airlines Group shares gain altitude

    Shares in International Airlines Group neared the top of the FTSE 100 on Monday after the parent of British Airways andMichael Hunter

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    GrandVision sets its sights on €1bn Euronext flotation

    GrandVision, the world’s largest optical retailer, which owns the UK’s Vision Express chain, is set to raise €1bn from itsClaer Barrett

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    Europe reacts to Syriza victory

    Germany Jens Weidmann, Bundesbank president, said on Sunday he hoped the new Greek government would continue to tackle its

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    London misses out on record year for foreign raisings

    The number of companies raising capital in London through global depositary receipts (GDRs) last year was the lowest forAlison Smith — Chief Corporate Correspondent

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    EM currency boost seen as euro weakens

    As the dust settles on the euro in the wake of the European Central Bank’s decision to launch full-blown quantitativeAlice Ross

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