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    Private group to help exchequer chase £20bn debts

    Ministers have struck a deal with a private US-owned company in an attempt to collect more than £20bn in debt owed to theSarah Neville, Public Policy Editor

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    Hyundai poaches BMW engineer in quality drive

    Hyundai Motor has hired BMW engineer Albert Biermann to develop performance cars and improve its product quality, as part ofBy Song Jung-a in Seoul 

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    Haitong capitalises on stock surge with $3.9bn share sale

    Haitong Securities, China’s second-biggest securities company by assets, is to raise HK$29.9bn ($3.9bn) in a Hong KongGabriel Wildau in Shanghai

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    Draghi must choose right type of QE

    The European Central Bank’s last meeting yet again focused minds on the debate over quantitative easing in the euro area.Diana Choyleva

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    Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates blamed non-Opec countries for the oil rout and reiterated that they will not cutAmie Tsang

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    Spain’s Ferrovial abandons bid for Transfield

    Spanish infrastructure group Ferrovial has ended takeover talks with Transfield Services following the rejection of a A$1bnJamie Smyth in Sydney

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    Sri Lanka’s leader pledges peaceful handover should he lose election

    Sri Lankan president Mahinda Rajapaksa has offered reassurances that his government will peacefully hand over power in theJames Crabtree in Mumbai

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    South Korea cuts growth forecasts

    South Korea has lowered its bullish growth forecasts for this year and next, citing weaker than expected domesticSong Jung-a in Seoul 

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    Europe joins global equities rally

    Monday 08.10 GMT. Europe’s main stock market indices are rising in opening trade, building on gains in Asia as the globalMichael Hunter in London and Jennifer Thompson in Hong Kong

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    Senior City workers expect bonuses to rise by a fifth

    Bankers, traders and City executives expect 2014 bonuses to grow by a fifth, despite political and public pressure to curbJosephine Cumbo

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