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    Thailand junta woos foreign investors with ‘open economy’ plans

    The Thai junta’s economic czar sought to woo foreign investors on Wednesday with a vision of an “open economy” boosted by By Michael Peel in Bangkok

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    Peddling in Pakistan

    Akhtar Soomro/Reuters A man sells household goods to supporters of populist cleric Tahir ul-Qadri, leader of political party Emily Lewis

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    Tighter UK mortgage rules trigger house-price discounts

    Most homes changing hands in the British property market are now selling at a discount, according to new figures, as tighter By Kate Allen

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    Milk supplier Fonterra moves to broaden China footprint

    Fonterra, the world’s biggest milk supplier, is tying up with one of China’s biggest infant formula makers as part of a By Jamie Smyth in Sydney and Patrick McGee in Hong Kong

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    India plans crackdown on securities fraud

    India is set to launch a fresh crackdown on securities fraud with a long-awaited revamp of insider trading rules and powers By James Crabtree in Mumbai 

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    Libya's army chief says Egypt promises support for the military

    Abdel Razzak Nadhuri, Libya's new army chief of staff, says Egypt agrees to help the new government resolve political unrest 47secs

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    Israel-Gaza Ceasefire

    Mahmud Hams/AFP/Getty A group of Palestinian boys ride horse-drawn cart past destroyed houses in the Shejaiya neighborhood Annabel Cook

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    IMF’s Christine Lagarde placed under formal investigation

    Christine Lagarde, head of the International Monetary Fund, has been placed under formal investigation by a French court on By Hugh Carnegy in Paris

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    South Korea probes banks over interest rates collusion

    South Korea’s competition watchdog is investigating the country's four largest commercial banks over possible interest rates By Song Jung-a in Seoul 

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    War in Gaza: winners and losers

    Israel and the Palestinians have agreed an open-ended ceasefire to end Operation Protective Edge, the longest and bloodiest By John Reed in Jerusalem

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