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    Draghi comments buoy mood on Asia bourses

    Friday 03:00 GMT. Bourses across Asia-Pacific were finishing the week on a high note thanks to upbeat comments from MarioPatrick McGee in Hong Kong

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    Is China changing its exchange rate policy?

    At the National People’s Congress in Beijing on Thursday, Premier Li set a target of about 7 per cent for GDP growth inGavyn Davies

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    Eyes on the LVMH prize

    Flanked by the designer Karl Lagerfeld and the fashion ingénue and rap behemoth Kanye West, Louis Vuitton director DelphineJo Ellison

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    British MPs call for ‘minister of driverless cars’

    The government should appoint a minister to oversee the introduction of new automotive technologies, including driverlessAndy Sharman, Motor Industry Correspondent

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    HMRC nets £1.1bn as it doubles take from probes at multinationals

    HM Revenue & Customs raked in £1.1bn from challenging the pricing of multinational companies’ internal deals in 2013-14 —Vanessa Houlder

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    Poorest areas hit hardest by UK cuts, research finds

    The UK’s poorest areas have been hit hardest by local government spending cuts and are likely to lose most again in the nextEmily Cadman

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    US equity market stat du jour

    There were $118 billion of buyback authorizations in February, a 48% increase versus February of 2014 ($80 bln). FebruaryCardiff Garcia

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    Lanvin — Paris Fashion Week AW15 show report

    The first Paris exhibition dedicated to the French couturier Jeanne Lanvin opens this week at the Palais Galliera. It tellsJo Ellison

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    Welfare-to-work provider A4E up for sale

    A4E, the welfare-to-work provider founded by a former adviser to David Cameron, has been put up for sale just weeks afterGill Plimmer

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    Historical analogies can only go so far — Putin is no Hitler

    Sir, Wolfgang Munchau (“By playing it safe for now, Europe puts its future at risk”, March 2) is right, certainly with

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