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    Nikkei shrugs off grim Japan data

    Friday 03:00 GMT. Bourses across Asia-Pacific were mixed in the final session of the week following the release of grimJennifer Thompson in Hong Kong

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    City Insider: Tact and fiction

    Talking one’s own book hit new highs at Tuesday’s City Week conference. A panel of bigwigs were asked to name the nextEdited by Harriet Agnew

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    CIMB to advise on 1MDB power unit sale

    CIMB, one of Malaysia’s largest banks, has been appointed to advise on the sale of the power business of troubled 1 MalaysiaJeremy Grant in Kuala Lumpur

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    Sky Deutschland chief Brian Sullivan takes his leave

    Brian Sullivan, the man credited with injecting growth into Sky Deutschland, is leaving the pay-TV company four months afterHenry Mance

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    Centrica discloses chief’s pay

    Iain Conn, chief executive of Centrica since January, could earn up to £6.3m a year in salary and bonuses under the energyMichael Kavanagh

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    Japan nears deflation as core CPI hits 0%

    Collapsing oil prices and subdued demand have again thrown Japan to the brink of deflation, despite the world’s biggestPatrick McGee in Hong Kong

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    Gallagher pursues Ross over defection

    The New York-listed insurance broker Arthur J Gallagher is pursuing legal action against the former head of itsAlistair Gray and Jane Croft

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    New Petrobras chairman is government ally

    Petrobras, the oil company mired in Brazil’s biggest corruption scandal, has appointed a staunch government ally as its newSamantha Pearson in São Paulo

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    ‘Dysfunctional’ UK regulator failed in its duty, say MPs

    The Financial Conduct Authority is a “dysfunctional” institution with failings serious enough to require special measures,Caroline Binham, Financial Regulation Correspondent

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    Betterways to boost eurozone economy and employment

    Sir, The European Central Bank forecasts unemployment in the eurozone to remain at 10 per cent even after €1.1tn of

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