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    Caesars deal boosts assets before bankruptcy

    Two listed units of Caesars Entertainment, the troubled casino and resort company, are combining in a bid to buildHenny Sender in New York

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    Palestinian infighting stymies Gaza reconstruction

    The attackers struck at night, planting a bomb in Fayez Abu Eita’s garage. When the device exploded, it shattered windowsBy John Reed in Gaza City

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    Supply is key to commodities’ volatile year

    “Demand hasn’t been bad,” Ivan Glasenberg, chief executive of Glencore, one of the world’s resource companies, toldBy Henry Sanderson and Neil Hume

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    Northam eyes place among the top mining producers

    The area deep underground where miners drill and blast the rock seam at the Booysendal mine in Mpumalanga is dark, hot andAndrew England in Mpumalanga, South Africa

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    American Apparel confirms takeover approach

    American Apparel said it received a takeover offer valuing the company at up to $245m, five days after the struggling USElizabeth Paton in London

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    Remembering the 1989 revolution

    Romanian Honor Guard soldiers pay respects to the victims of the 1989 revolution during a commemoration ceremony held atAnnabel Cook

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    China and Africa: two way trade

    China has a reputation as a reluctant global stakeholder. Born of years of foreign meddling in its affairs and what it

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    Cash flows back into EU money funds

    European money market funds are set to record their first annual inflows in four years despite investors increasingly havingChristopher Thompson

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    Sony to tighten control of US film unit

    As the consequences of a massive cyber attack on Sony’s US movie studio were unfolding, an eerie silence fell on the group’sKana Inagaki in Tokyo

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    Rangers’ woes deepen as shareholders reject rights issue

    Rangers’ financial woes deepened when the board failed to persuade shareholders to back a rights issue, leaving it toRoger Blitz, Leisure Industries Correspondent

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