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    India warms to solar, amid forecasts it will be cheapest power source

    By Simon Currie and Stephen Begley, Norton Rose Fulbright India is the latest in a string of markets to witness a solarGuest writer

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    Mongolia hopes for a phase economic stability

    By Lee Cashell, Asia Pacific Investment Partners Mongolia’s economy had a bruising year in 2014 with barely a week passingGuest writer

  3. 8 hours ago

    Google doubts over ‘conflict’ minerals

    Google has yet to verify that nearly half of the smelters used to supply materials for its hardware products are free ofRichard Waters in San Francisco

  1. 8 hours ago

    American Express president Ed Gilligan dies suddenly

    Ed Gilligan, president of American Express and heir apparent to the chief executive, Ken Chenault, has died suddenly. He wasBen McLannahan in New York

  2. 10 hours ago

    Small-cap Week, May 30

    Eden Research was among the week’s top performers after it gained European authorisation for its first product, ending aBryce Elder

  3. 10 hours ago

    Chișinău pogroms merit a mention in Moldovan tour

    Sir, Am I the only one surprised that Mike Carter can write a whole article on Chișinău (Life & Arts, May 22) without any

  4. 10 hours ago

    Class of 2015: Meet your fellow graduates

    Cardiff Garcia of FT Alphaville profiles the US collegiate class of 2015 and breaks down their job and income prospects.5m 28secs

  5. 10 hours ago

    Founder of Silk Road given life in prison

    Ross Ulbricht, the 31-year-old founder of Silk Road, was sentenced on Friday to life in prison for running a $200m onlineKara Scannell in New York

  6. 10 hours ago

    Scottish vote has important lessons for the EU referendum

    Sir, Jim Murphy (Comment, May 23) misses the main point arising from Scotland’s referendum for the one that is forthcoming

  7. 10 hours ago

    Productivity malaise is a real worry for the UK

    Sir, I would like to share John Redwood’s view that the UK’s productivity puzzle is nothing to worry about but

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