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    LatAm Autos: revved up for online car ads

    For many in Latin America’s increasingly congested cities, the region’s growing love affair with the car is a curse.Joe Leahy in São Paulo

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    South African joblessness ‘driven by substandard schools’

    That South Africa has an unemployment problem is without doubt. Uncertainty, though, creeps in when the reasons, andSteve Johnson

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    Free Lunch: Keep flooring it

    Tightening temptations It has become fashionable in certain circles to see low interest rates as a Bad Thing. The Bank forMartin Sandbu

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    The Romanian leader who broke the mould

    Klaus Iohannis’s election as Romania’s president broke several records. The country’s first ethnic German leader swept toAndrew Byrne in Bucharest

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    ‘Star Wars’ and Bond drive revenues at Pinewood to record high

    ...Episode VII — The Force Awakens, Avengers: Age of Ultron and the 24th James Bond film Spectre. Sahill Shan, analyst at N+1Singer — Pinewood’s house broker and the only sellside analyst to publish research on the thinly traded stock...Robert Cookson

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    Preparing for play

    A member of ground staff updates a fixtures board on day two of Wimbledon tennis tournament on Tuesday in London, England.Jamie Han

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    Gulf nations show promise as source of outbound FDI

    Investment from wealthy Gulf countries is highly sought after but while government sovereign wealth funds from the regionCourtney Fingar

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    To defy the start-up odds, try pitching like a poet

    While British entrepreneurship is at a generational high point, a lot of start-ups don’t make it. For many of the founders IGerard Grech

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    Short-term volatility tracks higher

    The CBOE Vix index jumped 34 per cent on Monday when the S&P 500 lost 2.1 per cent. That surge in the US equity 30-dayJamie Chisholm

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    Heavy-duty fatigue for Paris police

    In the past few months, residents of the city of light have learnt to live with a heavy military presence. Since January’sAdam Thomson in Paris

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