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The Thai junta’s economic czar sought to woo foreign investors on Wednesday with a vision of an “open economy” boosted by By Michael Peel in Bangkok
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Most homes changing hands in the British property market are now selling at a discount, according to new figures, as tighter By Kate Allen
Fonterra, the world’s biggest milk supplier, is tying up with one of China’s biggest infant formula makers as part of a By Jamie Smyth in Sydney and Patrick McGee in Hong Kong
India is set to launch a fresh crackdown on securities fraud with a long-awaited revamp of insider trading rules and powers By James Crabtree in Mumbai
Abdel Razzak Nadhuri, Libya's new army chief of staff, says Egypt agrees to help the new government resolve political unrest 47secs
Mahmud Hams/AFP/Getty A group of Palestinian boys ride horse-drawn cart past destroyed houses in the Shejaiya neighborhood Annabel Cook
Christine Lagarde, head of the International Monetary Fund, has been placed under formal investigation by a French court on By Hugh Carnegy in Paris
South Korea’s competition watchdog is investigating the country's four largest commercial banks over possible interest rates By Song Jung-a in Seoul
Israel and the Palestinians have agreed an open-ended ceasefire to end Operation Protective Edge, the longest and bloodiest By John Reed in Jerusalem
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