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    Asian bourses shrug off dull US session

    Thursday 03:15 BST. Asia-Pacific markets were upbeat, shrugging off a lacklustre session on Wall Street. Sydney’s S&P/ASXJennifer Thompson in Hong Kong

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    Corporate Japan expects inflation to slip

    Inflation expectations among Japanese companies have weakened slightly, according to one of the Bank of Japan’s favouriteRobin Harding in Tokyo

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    Brussels ready to turn up heat on Google

    European regulators have taken preliminary steps that appear to show they are getting ready to push ahead with aRichard Waters in San Francisco

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    Poll blow to Rousseff over austerity plan

    Joe Leahy in São Paulo Dilma Rousseff’s popularity has fallen to its lowest level in more than four years as Brazilians

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    London’s digital start-ups secure record funding

    London’s fledgling technology companies are continuing to see increasing levels of investment, as new figures reveal thatMurad Ahmed, European Technology Correspondent

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    Tech boom makes April Fools of us all

    April Fools’ Day has become a grand tradition in the tech world, with Google in particular pulling out all the stops to showTim Bradshaw

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    Bishop joins effort to restore faith in UK banking system

    Dame Colette Bowe has assembled a diverse board including a bishop, a philosopher and a trade unionist to oversee the taskMartin Arnold, Banking Editor

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    Kraft and Mondelez face wheat trade claim

    The two companies created from the former Kraft Foods were accused on Wednesday of manipulating US wheat markets with aGregory Meyer in New York

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    UK grants asylum to Russian dissident

    The UK has granted political asylum to Vladimir Ashurkov, a Russian dissident and colleague of Alexei Navalny, anCourtney Weaver in Moscow

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    McDonald’s to raise wages for 90,000 US workers

    McDonald’s will raise the wages of roughly 90,000 employees in the US, as the struggling burger chain follows the likes ofNeil Munshi in Chicago

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