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    Ofgem takes action to cut energy bills

    UK energy regulator Ofgem has outlined tough annual price controls for power distributors that it claims will cut £2.1bnClaer Barrett

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    Q&A: What migration reforms does David Cameron want from Europe

    Possible EU treaty change, inbuilt discrimination against some migrants, the creation of a second tier of EU workers withAlex Barker in Brussels

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    UK house prices hit record but price growth weakens

    The average price of a UK house hit another record in November but the pace at which values increased slowed for the thirdJohn Aglionby

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    Cheap oil brings mixed blessings to Asia

    The sharp fall in oil prices provides an immediate and welcome fillip to Asian economies heavily dependent on energyFT reporters

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    Further reading

    Elsewhere on Friday, - Firestone, Charles Taylor and the tragedy of Liberia. - Understanding anti-Keynesians. - If you’re anDavid Keohane

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    5:53AM

    China set to launch deposit insurance

    China is poised to launch a nationwide deposit insurance scheme, a crucial step towards removing an implicit guarantee thatGabriel Wildau in Shanghai

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    Opec oil decision weighs on energy stocks

    Friday 03:20GMT. Australian energy shares fell back after Opec left its oil production targets unchanged, while JapanesePatrick McGee in Hong Kong

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    Rio Tinto to keep progressive dividend

    Rio Tinto, one of the world’s largest producers of iron ore, has opted to keep lifting dividends in a bid to keep investorsPeter Wells

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    Japan’s CPI falls to 0.9%

    Japanese core inflation last month fell below 1 per cent to a 13 month low, just weeks before prime minister Shinzo AbePatrick McGee in Hong Kong

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    Tower developers hope to win Britons over to high-rise living

    A series of residential towers is set to spring up in cities across Britain as property developers and investors seek toKate Allen, Property Correspondent

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