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    Development aid: 'tis the season to be cutting

    Christmas is a time for giving, but not if you are Australia. Last week the government announced the second big cut inAlan Beattie

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    Two-thirds of UK SMEs paid late, survey says

    Two-thirds of the UK’s small and medium sized companies suffer late payments from businesses they supply, according to theSarah Gordon, Business Editor

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    North Korea internet cut in possible revenge attack

    North Korea’s links to the internet, already minimal compared to other countries of its size, were cut completely on MondayRichard Waters in San Francisco

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    One jolt will be enough to trigger another financial implosion

    Sir, “A falling oil price is good for the world economy”, proclaims your editorial (December 20); though it is “not a good

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    A large loss but not a financial shock

    Sir, It could only be a matter of time before the banks, derivatives and worse — credit derivatives — were going to be

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    Don’t leave Sony to face the bullies alone

    Sir, The FT’s comments on Sony’s decision to withdraw The Interview from distribution divide rather than unite (“Sony’s

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    Stand up to the hackers — and play into Kim’s hands

    Sir, Your editorial “Sony’s surrender is a setback for free speech” (December 19) might, ironically, be welcomed by Kim Jong

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    Catching on slowly to Abe’s defeat

    Sir, Reading the Japanese online edition of Asahi Shinbun late on the night of Sunday December 14, I wondered how quickly

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    We trust UK banks will rethink their Cuba policy

    Sir, The gradual normalisation of relations between the US and Cuba is to be wholeheartedly welcomed. The US embargo has not

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    Tokenism is Pakistan’s most likely response

    Sir, Shashank Joshi is spot on with his claim that Peshawar is unlikely to be a turning point for Pakistan’s terrorism

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