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    Fifa presidency vote, China stock shock, jest by chocolate

    The Fifa presidency goes to a vote today with the organisation mired in scandal and Sepp Blatter defiant, refusing to stepAmie Tsang

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    You can sign up to receive the email here. The Fifa presidency goes to a vote today with the organisation mired in scandalAmie Tsang

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    China choppy amid broad rise in Asia shares

    Friday 4.45 BST. Asian markets were mostly higher on Friday, with Chinese shares still swinging wildly in the wake of one ofPeter Wells in Hong Kong

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    Foreigners pile into China stocks as red flags loom

    Foreign investors have been piling into Chinese stocks at a record pace, just as the world’s best-performing market showsJosh Noble in Hong Kong

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    Japan unemployment lowest since 1990s

    Job vacancies in Japan are at their highest in 23 years, while the unemployment rate fell to its lowest level since the lateRobin Harding in Tokyo

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    Correction: comments on Nigeria’s oil industry were from Lord Mandelson

    • In the Big Read on Nigeria’s oil industry on May 28, comments that were attributed to former UK prime minister Tony Blair,

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    Policy has moved in the wrong direction to curb rent seeking

    Sir, Martin Wolf agrees with Professor Luigi Zingales’s diagnosis that the ills of contemporary finance are a product of

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    It is time for regulators to talk to one another

    Sir, Martin Wolf (“Comment”, May 27) argues that “it is very costly to police markets riddled with conflicts of interest and

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    Do not blame regulation for UK performance

    Sir, Simon Walker of the Institute of Directors, like his counterparts at the CBI, keeps on about workers’ rights and EU

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    Aim rules have failed to protect shareholders

    Sir, As a meaningful shareholder and (smaller) loan-note holder in Sorbic, I read Patti Waldmeir’s article (Notebook, May

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