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Landlords went on the attack on Sunday against Labour plans to ban above inflation rent rises if they win the election. EdJames Pickford and Judith Evans
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Foreign direct investment into Ethiopia will reach a record $1.5bn this year, on the back of successful efforts by theKatrina Manson, east African correspondent
Lloyds Banking Group is close to a deal to sell its Isle of Man-based investment and tax planning business to an offshoreAlistair Gray
Ukraine’s President Petro Poroshenko has signalled a clampdown on the country’s oligarchs, warning that businessmen whoRoman Olearchyk in Kiev
A surge in the US dollar has already wiped more than $20bn from first quarter sales at the largest US companies, a sumEric Platt — New York
In many European markets the week will be shorter than usual thanks to the bank holiday on May 1.This week’s highlightsGavin Jackson
The administration that took office in New Delhi last year pledged to end the previous Indian government’s record of “taxArun Jaitley
The resignation of Ferdinand Piëch, the dominant force at Volkswagen for more than two decades, leaves a void at the top ofChris Bryant in Frankfurt
Ed Miliband has reiterated a pledge he made a year ago – to cap rises in the rent that landlords can charge their tenants.Financial Times
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