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    UK tourists advised to be well-prepared for Greek visits

    George Osborne has told British tourists to take prescription medicines and hundreds of euros of cash to Greece, adding thatGeorge Parker, Political Editor

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    Playing morality with Greek markets

    There’s a lot of talk about morals in Greece, but it is better to focus on the hazards. These were clear to holders of theJames Mackintosh

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    Sajid Javid targets student grants for savings

    Sajid Javid, the business secretary, plans to ease pressure on his department’s strained finances and help protect scienceHelen Warrell, Public Policy Correspondent

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    Teva set to lift Mylan bid to up to $43bn

    Teva, the Israeli drugmaker, is preparing to increase its offer for US rival Mylan to as much as $43bn as soon as this weekArash Massoudi and Andrew Ward

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    CAA casts veteran dealmaker in growth role

    Creative Artists Agency, the Hollywood talent group whose roster includes George Clooney, Shakira and Cristiano Ronaldo, isShannon Bond in New York

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    Change of style at the Greek finance ministry

    Euclid Tsakalotos may shoulder a battered rucksack and wear jeans to the office, but in other respects he could hardly beBy Kerin Hope in Athens

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    Markets prepare for new Greek currency as Grexit prospect grows

    For months “Grexit” has been a regular topic for speculation among foreign currency specialists. But the working assumptionRoger Blitz and Philip Stafford in London

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    Japan: Women in the workforce

    To Japanese mothers in search of enlightenment, Amazon.co.jp offers 138 different books on kyaraben — the intricate art ofLeo Lewis

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    Bitcoin being forked?

    On the bitcoin.org website right now: Which, just in case you didn’t catch the small print, magnifies to say: Now, we don’tIzabella Kaminska

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    Cuts to tax credits to hit ethnic minorities hard, FT study finds

    Cuts to tax credits in Wednesday’s Budget are likely to hit Britain’s ethnic minority communities disproportionately hard,Emily Cadman and Elizabeth Rigby

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