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    Guest post: Kyrgyzstan's dilemma over joining Russian-led customs union

    By Gavin Bowring, Asean Confidential By most accounts, Kyrgyzstan’s Dordoi Bazaar, which lies on the outskirts of theGuest writer

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    Labour caught in Rochester Twitter storm

    Billed as a two-horse race between the Conservatives and UK Independence party, Thursday’s crunch by-election ended up withElizabeth Rigby and Jim Pickard

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    City Insider: Sir Mike Jackson, g7enius idea?

    Sir Mike Jackson: g7enius idea? The British military is going digital on the field of battle. For the first time, troops

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    Icahn helps to choose new Hertz chief

    Hertz, the car rental company facing growing questions about its accounting, has appointed a former senior airline executiveRobert Wright in New York

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    HMRC powers to raid bank accounts watered down

    George Osborne has watered down plans to dip into taxpayers’ bank accounts to seize unpaid tax debts in the wake of aVanessa Houlder

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    Economists raise doubts on tax levers for Holyrood

    The majority of a panel of economists does not believe the benefits of devolving control over income tax to Scotland wouldMure Dickie in Edinburgh

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    UK slips two places to 16th in global table for business tax

    Britain has slipped two places down a league table of business tax systems published by the World Bank, in spite of GeorgeVanessa Houlder

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    Spending watchdog criticises high price of tax reliefs

    A tax break for entrepreneurs selling their businesses cost £2bn more than expected last year, the government’s spendingVanessa Houlder

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    Terror suspects face enforced relocation after Lib Dem climbdown

    The home secretary will be allowed to move terror suspects away from where they live, after the Liberal Democrats droppedKiran Stacey, Political Correspondent

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    All change: Mexico's Banorte gets new top brass after conflict

    All change: After a leadership conflict that sent shares tanking, Mexican bank Banorte, the country’s fourth biggest byJude Webber

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