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    Maria das Graças Foster, Petrobras chief

    Maria das Graças Foster is no average Brazilian executive. For a start, the chief executive of Petrobras is a woman — inSamantha Pearson in São Paulo

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    Small-cap Week, January 31

    Gem Diamonds was among the small-cap losers this week on worries about a credit squeeze among its customers. It dropped 20.5Bryce Elder

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    Germany suspends minimum wage for foreign truck drivers

    Germany bowed to pressure from its eastern neighbours on Friday and suspended applying its newly enacted €8.50 an hourJeevan Vasagar in Berlin

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    Dish spends $13.3bn in spectrum auction

    Charlie Ergen, the satellite TV billionaire, bought $13.3bn of airwaves in a record-breaking auction of government-ownedDavid Crow in New York

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    Crunch talks for control of Towergate

    Directors of the heavily indebted insurance broker Towergate are holding crunch talks as they weigh up rival restructuringAlistair Gray and Arash Massoudi in London and Vivianne Rodrigues in New York

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    Suddenly, we’re believing this estate-agent speak

    Sir, In the article on new housing development in Oxfordshire’s Vale of The White Horse (“Riding high”, House & Home,

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    You can’t take gender for granted in this day and age

    Sir, I respectfully worry that Anthony Rentoul’s Latin may be a little bit rusty, or that it may not reflect the realities

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    Dogugaeshi, Barbican (Pit), London — review

    It’s a bit like calling your play Play or your ballet Ballet: dogugaeshi is both the name of Basil Twist’s show and theSarah Hemming

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    Brazil deficit adds to Rousseff’s woes

    Brazil has announced its first primary budget deficit in more than a decade, underlining the vast challenges facingSamantha Pearson in São Paulo

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    BoE report into forex-rigging claims cost taxpayer £3m

    The Bank of England paid almost £3m of taxpayers’ money for a report on whether any of its staff knew about or were involvedCaroline Binham, Financial Regulation Correspondent

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