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It’s been billed in various quarters as both an “emergency” and a “bonus” Budget. I’m not sure either description isJonathan Eley
South Korean prosecutors have brought bribery charges against the recently departed prime minister and a sitting provincialSimon Mundy and Song Jung-a in Seoul
Shareholders in Hanergy Thin Film are doing an unusually brisk trade via private deals in spite of the stock beingJennifer Hughes in Hong Kong
Sweden’s central bank has taken its main policy rate deeper into negative and uncharted territory, citing growing economicRichard Milne, Nordic Correspondent
Sweden’s currency fell to a three-week low against the euro on Wednesday after the country’s central bank unexpectedly cutMichael Hunter and Katie Martin
Audiences are more satisfied with Britain’s main television channels than they were in 2008, even though the broadcasters’Henry Mance
I contributed to the Weekend FT’s “Summer Books” round-up last week. But there are lots of other interesting titles thatGideon Rachman
Albania is bracing itself for the risk that turmoil in Greece, its southern neighbour, will force tens of thousands ofTony Barber in Tirana
UK house prices slipped unexpectedly in June, the biggest single decline in nine months, as the market continued a “gradual”Elizabeth Paton
Chinese housing prices rose at their fastest monthly pace in 18 months, a private survey showed on Thursday, the latest signGabriel Wildau in Shanghai
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