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• In the Big Read on Nigeria’s oil industry on May 28, comments that were attributed to former UK prime minister Tony Blair,
Sir, Martin Wolf agrees with Professor Luigi Zingales’s diagnosis that the ills of contemporary finance are a product of
Sir, Martin Wolf (“Comment”, May 27) argues that “it is very costly to police markets riddled with conflicts of interest and
Sir, Simon Walker of the Institute of Directors, like his counterparts at the CBI, keeps on about workers’ rights and EU
Sir, As a meaningful shareholder and (smaller) loan-note holder in Sorbic, I read Patti Waldmeir’s article (Notebook, May
Sir, In your article “The waiting game” (May 25) you echo the oft-quoted Baumol statement that the “productivity of a live
Sir, I was so viscerally and cerebrally honoured by my selection as one of the “50 Leading Business Pioneers” (March 31)
Sir, It is not true that “in all countries hit by the eurozone crisis, national politics have fragmented as populist
Sir, To avoid the knife-edge that we saw with the Scottish referendum, we should have a “devo max” option in the UK’s
Sir, So we now know the pros and cons of Tom Watson (News, May 27). Given his background and reputation as a “tough
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