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    Long-term investors eye project finance pot

    Debt-laden national governments and capital-constrained banks are struggling to finance the investment that is required forAndrew Bolger

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    Why did the Swiss franc spike? Blame the locals

    There is a straightforward answer to the question in the headline: more money has been trying to get into Switzerland thanMatthew C Klein

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    Sony to axe another 1,000 jobs from mobile phone division

    Sony is to lay off another 1,000 staff from its mobile phone unit as part of a wider overhaul of its smartphone strategy,Kana Inagaki in Tokyo

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    Qatar wins battle to take over Canary Wharf

    The Qatar Investment Authority and Canadian property investor Brookfield have won their £2.6bn battle to take over eastKate Allen

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    How does Apple top a record quarter?

    How do you follow the most profitable quarter in corporate history? That is the question now hanging over Apple. TheTim Bradshaw in San Francisco and Charles Clover in Beijing

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    Anglo American faces impairment charges

    Anglo American is to impair the value of some of its assets, feeling the impact of a torrid year for commodities producers.James Wilson, Mining Correspondent

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    Allies lose faith in Australia PM Abbott’s leadership

    He promised to run a “no surprises, no excuses government” following a chaotic period in Australian politics when the formerJamie Smyth in Sydney

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    Further reading

    Elsewhere on Wednesday, - Yahoo would rather not pay taxes on its Alibaba shares. - “You have to get Weidmann, Draghi andDavid Keohane

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    You can sign up for the email here. Apple sold 74.5m iPhones to report the largest profit in history in the three months toAmie Tsang

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    Backlash in China over WeChat’s targeted adverts

    With paranoia growing around the world about the reach of targeted Facebook ads and Google’s big data, the opposite seems toCharles Clover in Beijing

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