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    Qantas posts record A$2.8bn loss

    Qantas Airways reported a A$2.8bn (US$2.6bn) annual net loss on Thursday – the biggest in the company’s near century-long By Jamie Smyth in Sydney

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    Brazil national park catches private equity’s eye

    US private equity group Advent International has invested in a Brazilian national park service provider whose assets include By Joe Leahy in São Paulo

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    Guest post: policy is biggest risk for China property

    By Hayden Briscoe and Jenny Zeng, AllianceBernstein. Concerns about a possible collapse in China’s property market continue guest writer

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    Mexico: Remittances as a crime-fighting weapon

    Mexico has a brand new police force, the gendarmería tasked with beefing up the country’s crackdown on crime. But according Jude Webber

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    Coolest Cooler raises $10.7m to break Kickstarter record

    The Kickstarter community has funded many innovations in the past few years. The Pebble smartwatch raised $10.3m in 2012, Tim Bradshaw

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    CBI diners face cut-price menu at Scottish event

    Business leaders attending Thursday night’s CBI dinner in Scotland – to be addressed by David Cameron – are facing a By George Parker

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    Fear that Labour can put aside

    From Mr Eurfyl ap Gwilym. Sir, Brian Groom reports (Notebook, August 26) that “Labour MPs, in particular, fear that if

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    Japan’s consumption tax increase was a mistake

    From Prof Masazumi Wakatabe. Sir, Jonathan Soble’s article on Abenomics (“Off target”, Analysis, August 26) is valuable, but

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    Saudi government stands firm against militant jihadism

    From Mr Mohammed bin Nawaf Al Saud. Sir, David Gardner, in his article “Look beyond Saudi Arabia for Sunni leadership”

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    Privately educated dominate UK’s top jobs

    Britain is “a deeply elitist country”, says the head of a government appointed commission that has found the top jobs are By Helen Warrell, Public Policy Correspondent

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