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Government warned not to ‘sleepwalk into delays’ over developing next-generation power projects
By FT
Financial Times,  Jan. 29, 2023    E-mail this to a Friend
Rising rates, market volatility and the war in Ukraine are making it more expensive to move goods around the world
By Leslie Hook
Financial Times,  Jan. 29, 2023    E-mail this to a Friend
Tehran acknowledges attack but stops short of attributing blame
By Najmeh Bozorgmehr in Tehran
Financial Times,  Jan. 29, 2023    E-mail this to a Friend
UK court rejects commission’s attempt to get involved as Madrid seeks to avoid $101mn payout to investors
By FT
Financial Times,  Jan. 29, 2023    E-mail this to a Friend
Europe must not let itself be spooked by the US commitment to bankroll the climate transition
By Martin Sandbu
Financial Times,  Jan. 29, 2023    E-mail this to a Friend
Research from Hindenburg wiped more than $50bn from conglomerate’s value last week
By John Reed and Benjamin Parkin in New Delhi and Hudson Lockett in Hong Kong
Financial Times,  Jan. 29, 2023    E-mail this to a Friend
German chancellor says calls for more weapons so soon after tanks decision are ‘frivolous’
By FT
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Investors question acquisition of cancer testing group that has also angered EU regulators
By FT
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Central bank bows to pressure as millions are left unable to obtain new banknotes with a presidential election looming
By Aanu Adeoye in Serekunda
Financial Times,  Jan. 29, 2023    E-mail this to a Friend
Federal Open Market Committee voters — including the hawkish Christopher Waller — have come out ahead of this week’s meeting in favour of a 0.25 percentage point increase.
By FT
Financial Times,  Jan. 29, 2023    E-mail this to a Friend
Demographic changes and deglobalisation will keep inflation higher than policymakers were used to pre-pandemic
By Ruchir Sharma, chair of Rockefeller International
Financial Times,  Jan. 29, 2023    E-mail this to a Friend
Analysts hope abandonment of zero Covid policies will unleash flood of consumer spending
By FT
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Mining group promises full investigation into latest incident to hit iron ore division
By Gill Plimmer in London and Nic Fildes in Sydney
Financial Times,  Jan. 29, 2023    E-mail this to a Friend
Profits crunched as materials costs surge and new projects are delayed by EU bureaucracy
By Camilla Hodgson
Financial Times,  Jan. 29, 2023    E-mail this to a Friend
A loosely worded bill conflates journalists and whistleblowers with spies
By FT View
Financial Times,  Jan. 29, 2023    E-mail this to a Friend
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