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    Barrick Gold considers asset sales

    Barrick Gold is open to selling a wide range of assets as the world’s largest gold miner by output tries to cut its debtsJames Wilson

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    How borrowing a car led to a successful start-up

    Car-sharing clubs are not a new idea, but the connectedness that the web provides has made it easier to build a large-scaleJonathan Moules

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    Ready or not: oil exporters facing low prices

    “The Ant and The Grasshopper”, one of Aesop’s darker fables, is a cautionary tale about forward planning. An industrious antAlan Beattie

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    Fighting militants

    An Indian Army soldier takes position during an encounter with armed suspected militants at Pindi Khattar village in ArniaJamie Han

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    Spain falls further into deflation territory

    The Spanish economy is on track to record five straight months of negative inflation, with an official estimate released onTobias Buck in Madrid

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    The hidden dangers in the sluggish financial markets

    Last week Mark Carney revealed an extraordinary statistic. According to the governor of the Bank of England, it now takesGillian Tett

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    Plant hunters: the joy of discovery

    As a child growing up in Soviet Russia, Maria Vorontsova was an avid collector. First it was complete sets of souvenirEmma Jacobs

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    The UK’s new official economic wellbeing dashboard

    How well is Britain’s economy doing? The default answer has always been to look at GDP – which is why legions of cityEmily Cadman

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    Dubai World moves to restructure debt mountain

    Dubai will next week present proposals to extend restructured loans at one of its largest conglomerates, taking advantage ofSimeon Kerr in Dubai

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    Mulberry bags creative director from Céline

    Shares in Mulberry, the British design house famed for its luxury handbags, rose nearly 2 per cent on Thursday after it saidClaer Barrett

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