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David Cameron was forced to defend the coalition’s failure to cut Britain’s national debts or reduce immigration as he wasJim Pickard, Chief Political Correspondent
The announcement by George Osborne, UK chancellor, on March 12 that Britain would join China’s answer to the World Bank — aJamil Anderlini in Beijing
George Osborne overrode strong objections from the Foreign Office when he made the decision to join China’s AsiaJamil Anderlini - Beijing and Kiran Stacey - London
President Barack Obama has championed a crackdown on short-term payday lenders by a consumer watchdog that is under fireBarney Jopson in Washington
David Cameron’s efforts to rally his party before the general election backfired on Thursday as the prime minister endedElizabeth Rigby and Jim Pickard
A market sell-off dragged Arm Holdings to a five-week low on Thursday. UK chipmakers mirrored weakness among their US peersBryce Elder
Red Hat was a best performing stock on the benchmark S&P 500 after topping fourth-quarter earnings expectations. The companyMamta Badkar in New York
Switzerland is facing “difficult times” and a short period of deflation following January’s abrupt unwinding of a currencyLaura Noonan in Zurich
Brussels plans to launch a competition probe into the tactics of large ecommerce companies to examine whether retailers areDuncan Robinson
Understandably, David Cameron ignored Foreign Office advice in signing the UK up to membership of the Asian Infrastructure
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