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    Ecuador's tax on booze, cigarettes - and burgers

    Anyone following events in Ecuador will know that Rafael Correa, the fiery president, is not one to avoid confrontation, as Andres Schipani

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    Nepal launches hydropower growth plan with $1.4bn dam deal

    Nepal is to start exploiting the untapped hydropower resources of its Himalayan rivers by signing the biggest foreign By Victor Mallet in New Delhi

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    Hong Kong students strike for democracy

    Thousands of Hong Kong students began a weeklong strike on Monday to protest against the Chinese central government’s By Demetri Sevastopulo and Julie Zhu in Hong Kong

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    Mitsubishi offers $1.4bn for Norwegian fish farmer Cermaq

    Mitsubishi Corp has offered NKr8.88bn ($1.4bn) for Norwegian salmon producer Cermaq, in the latest sign of consolidation in By FT reporters

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    The (early) Lunch Wrap

    Good morning New York, FT ALPHAVILLE Tesco: Every little helped? – Tesco shares were down as much as 10.41 per cent on Izabella Kaminska

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    The Tesco value range

    So, feeling gutsy, you assume that Tesco is too big and solid to go bust. You remember the Ahold accounting problems that Dan McCrum

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    British Land’s ‘super-prime’ Mayfair penthouse breaks sale record

    British Land has broken the property price record in Mayfair with the sale of a “super-prime” penthouse. The listed By Andy Sharman

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    Cotton hits snag as China restricts imports

    China will allow only the bare minimum tax-free imports of cotton next year as it tries to come to grips with a mountain of By Lucy Hornby in Beijing

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    Economic watchdog warns Ireland over budget

    The Irish government should maintain a tight fiscal stance in next year’s budget and not allow euphoria over a surge in By Vincent Boland in Dublin

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    Teenager Joshua Wong picks up democracy baton in Hong Kong

    Joshua Wong looks like any other university student in Hong Kong. Wearing a black T-shirt and jeans, the young man worries By Demetri Sevastopulo in Hong Kong

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