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Hard Brexit, here we come: The blowback against globalisation (part 2)

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Pardon my whistleblower: Obama commutes Chelsea Manning sentence (part 1)

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Pardon my whistleblower: Obama, security and surveillance (part 2)

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CAR citizens reluctantly leave makeshift camp

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Iraq: On the ground with French troops in Mosul

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2017 French presidential election: Can newcomer Macron win?

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Davos 2017: WEF considers challenges for Paris Climate Agreement

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BUSINESS DAILY

A daily update on the latest business and economic news. Live on weekdays at 8.15 am Paris time.

Latest update : 2014-03-04

Ukraine ready to accept harsh IMF reforms

Ukraine’s prime minister says the country is ready to accept harsh economic reforms in exchange for emergency funding from the International Monetary Fund. A delegation from the IMF has begun 10 days of discussions in Kiev which are expected to result in a preliminary line of credit for the country. Also today: why it’s better to be a wine drinker than a motorist in Paris.

By Stephen CARROLL

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2017-01-18 Davos forum

Davos 2017: WEF considers challenges for Paris Climate Agreement

Will Donald Trump withdraw the United States from the Paris Climate Agreement? And where does that leave the fight against global warming? On the sidelines of the World Economic...

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2017-01-18 Davos forum

Davos 2017: 'Globalisation is biggest challenge'

Brexit, the Trump administration, and looming elections across Europe pose a number of challenges for the global economy. In a special interview from Davos, Lord Nicholas Stern...

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2017-01-18 Davos forum

Davos 2017: Businesses ready to seize new opportunities

After a turbulent 2016, businesses around the world are hoping to tap into new opportunities and momentum. Speaking from the World Economic Forum in Davos, Isabelle Allen of KPMG...

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2017-01-17 Davos forum

Davos 2017: Hard Brexit 'a double-edged sword for Ireland'

Theresa May has confirmed that the UK will leave the European single market once it launches Brexit proceedings. Could that be a boost for its neighbours? Martin Shanahan of IDA...

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2017-01-17 Davos forum

Davos 2017: World Economic Forum wary of post-Brexit future

Political and business leaders are gathering in the Swiss Alps, for a World Economic Forum overshadowed by the backlash of 2016. Brexit is high on the agenda, as the UK prepares...

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