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    Sanctions add fresh urgency to Petropavlovsk refinancing

    Escalating fears over the potential impact of sanctions on Russia are adding to the problems facing Petropavlovsk as the By James Wilson, Mining correspondent

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    Foreign fighters flock to Syria

    US officials have confirmed American jihadist Douglas McAuthur McCain’s presence and death in Syria, amid reports of US 2m 29secs

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    US soccer moms sue Fifa for alleged negligence

    A group of young American footballers and their parents are suing Fifa, the sport’s world governing body, and the US Soccer By John Aglionby in London

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    Supermarket stocks set pace on FTSE 100

    Investors continued to check out market share data for London-listed supermarket chains on Thursday ahead of earnings season By Michael Hunter

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    A sell-side take on the corporate fat cattery debate...

    Here’s a curiosity. The European consumer staples research team at RBC Capital Markets have taken a detailed look at Paul Murphy

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    Melrose gears up for sale of Elster meter unit

    Melrose Industries is gearing up to sell its Elster business as the engineering turnround specialist became the latest UK By Tanya Powley, Manufacturing Correspondent

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    ‘Crop tourists’ predict record corn and soyabean harvests

    Every August, travellers with a high tolerance for monotony flock to the two-lane highways of the rural US Midwest. Tracing By Gregory Meyer in New York

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    China ‘bad bank’ Huarong secures $2.4bn pre-listing capital

    Another of China’s four big “bad banks” has successfully raised pre-listing capital, with China Huarong Asset Management By Jennifer Hughes in Hong Kong

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    China issues crude import licence to non-state firm

    China has issued a crude import licence to a non-state-owned company after months of expectations, in a grudging first step By Lucy Hornby in Beijing

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    Samsung faces China labour allegations

    Samsung Electronics has been hit by new allegations of child labour in China, just a month after activists found evidence of By Demetri Sevastopulo in Hong Kong

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