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    Development Partners International closes Africa fund at $725m

    Development Partners International, the private equity house, has closed its second Africa fund at $725m, 45 per cent aboveKatrina Manson in Addis Ababa

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    Bertelsmann profits hit by restructuring and Hungary tax demand

    Profits at Bertelsmann, Europe’s biggest media group by revenue, dropped 35 per cent last year as it scaled back onJeevan Vasagar, Berlin

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    Philips sells LED and car business stake to PE groups for $2.8bn

    Philips has sold off a majority stake in its LED and car business to private equity investors for $2.8bn as part of theDuncan Robinson

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    Organised crime in EU worth at least €110bn a year, says study

    Revenues from organised crime in the EU are worth at least €110bn a year but authorities still confiscate only a tinyCynthia O’Murchu

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    Eurozone: welcome to your currency board future

    Citi’s Chief Economist Willem Buiter spent some time with FT Alphaville explaining why he believes Draghi’s concession onIzabella Kaminska

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    Shipbreaking in Western India

    Workers carry a rope line to fasten a decommissioned ship at the Alang shipyard in the western Indian state of Gujarat. Chris Batson

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    Romanian twins throw wrench in US-EU trade deal?

    Meet the Miculas: two twin brothers, Ioan and Viorel, whose battle with EU law will be of interest to anyone followingChristian Oliver

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    The new cyber threat

    Cyber crime used to focus on breaking into a computer network to steal data or money. But the threat is rapidly changing2m 7secs

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    Islamic bond trial over $650m launches in London

    A $650m legal dispute has been launched in London’s High Court that will offer a rare glimpse into the Islamic bond market,Jane Croft

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    Free Lunch: God's work

    On money lenders and the poor After all the opprobrium heaped on the financial industry in the last seven years, one canMartin Sandbu

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