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    Chiquita slips from Fyffes grasp as Brazil deal looms

    Brazil’s Cutrale and Safra families have succeeded in destroying a rival bid from Ireland’s Fyffes for Chiquita, paving theSamantha Pearson in São Paulo

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    Iron ore falls on China demand fears

    Iron ore slipped below $80 a tonne in thin trading on Friday as concerns about supply growth and weak demand continued toBy Neil Hume

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    Rometty’s IBM overhaul becomes more urgent

    When an analyst on IBM’s quarterly earnings call this week questioned whether the US technology giant was facing a newRichard Waters in San Francisco

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    Terror gives way to reflection in Canada

    A crime scene tent still covers the spot at Canada’s national war memorial where on Wednesday morning a young Muslim manRobert Wright in Ottawa and Geoff Dyer in Washington

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    How to close the door on an accidental mass migration

    In the past decade Britain’s immigration policy has been a delicate balancing act. Governments have tried to reduce theBy David Goodhart

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    Dollar ends strong week on soft note

    A strong week for the US dollar ended on a softer note as traders looked to a key Federal Reserve policy meeting, while theStephen Smith

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    Short cuts: Updates from Australia, UK, India, Iran

    Australia Qantas has unveiled new business-class seats that allow passengers to be in a fully reclined sleeping positionTom Robbins and Emily Mathieson

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    Autumn’s brief glory in Finnish Lapland

    There’s only one flight a day into Finland’s Kittilä airport, which thoughtfully supplies its passengers with a relaxing rowAndrew Eames

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    Postcard from . . . Japan

    As I grip the lever of my speeding train, which is threatening to veer off the interweaving tracks ahead, I hardly noticeDaniel Metcalfe

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    Will US-style food trucks catch on in tapas-loving Barcelona?

    Three stereotypes – that Spaniards don’t like queueing, don’t like “foreign” food, and always sit down to eat – all proveBy Steve Tallantyre

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