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    China teacher strikes hit three more cities

    Teacher strikes have spread to three more cities in China’s slowest growing province this week, reflecting increasingTom Mitchell in Beijing

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    Louis Dreyfus appoints Mayo Schmidt as new chief executive

    Louis Dreyfus Commodities, one of the world’s largest agricultural trading houses, has appointed Mayo Schmidt as its newNeil Hume

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    Pope promised warm welcome in Turkey

    When Pope Francis begins a high profile trip to Turkey on Friday, the contrast with his host will be hard to miss. TheDaniel Dombey in Istanbul and Giulia Segreti in Rome

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    Grading the Federal Reserve’s readability

    To paraphrase Mark Twain, the Federal Reserve didn’t have time to write a short statement, so it wrote a long one. A recentTracy Alloway in New York

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    I see currency wars

    The first rule of currency wars is: you always talk about currency wars. The second rule is: you can always find one to talkDavid Keohane

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    Tesco stores bear brunt of Black Friday chaos

    var samOptions = {"embedIdCzO9oxeDdomainhttpsembed.samdesk.ioheight450"}; The pre-Christmas sale known as Black Friday wasJohn Aglionby, Kadhim Shubber and Claer Barrett

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    Foreign Isis fighters’ western tastes transform Syrian economy

    What do jihadi militants crave on break at the battlefront? Pringles are one frontline favourite. Another is non-alcoholicErika Solomon in Beirut

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    After the speech, the hard grind of persuasion starts

    David Cameron’s long-awaited speech on Europe and immigration finally arrived on Friday, heralded by approbatory headlinesGeorge Parker, Political Editor

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    The elusive efficiency gains of insurance sector M&A

    There is nothing quite like the prospect of “efficiency gains” to persuade shareholders that an ambitious takeover is worthNeil Collins

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    Shares in energy companies fall after Opec decision

    Shares in some of the world’s biggest energy groups have fallen sharply amid warnings that the plunge in oil prices in theChristopher Adams in London and Jonathan Guthrie in New York

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