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    Hosts to star in Cricket World Cup climax

    It may not be the commercial dream ticket of a World Cup final featuring cricket-mad India, but this Sunday’s clash betweenJamie Smyth in Sydney

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    Airlines tighten cockpit rules, the clash of the Rothschild clans and the struggle for sand

    Airlines are toughening up rules after French prosecutors said the co-pilot of the Germanwings plane deliberately crashed inAmie Tsang

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    S Korea to join China-led development bank

    South Korea is to join the Asia Infrastructure Investment Bank, becoming the latest US ally to defy Washington’s pleas forSimon Mundy in Seoul

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    Fanuc parts the curtains on its secretive culture

    Yoshiharu Inaba, Fanuc’s chief executive, does not have enough hours in his day. Most of his time as head of the world’sKana Inagaki in Oshino, Japan

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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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