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Rainfall set to boost growth in southern Africa

    Rainfall set to boost growth in southern Africa

Africa is back in the headlines for all the wrong reasons when it comes to food security. According to the UN, the world is enduring its worst humanitarian disaster since

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Pharma investors spend less as risk appetite wanes

    Pharma investors spend less as risk appetite wanes

Turning lab research into gold is not easy. Just ask Allied Minds, the IP commercialisation company that lost about a third of its value last week on a big writedown

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British Vogue appoints stylist Edward Enninful as editor

    British Vogue appoints stylist Edward Enninful as editor

April 10, 2017 by: David Bond, Media Correspondent British Vogue has appointed the stylist Edward Enninful to replace Alexandra Shulman as editor, making him both the first man and the

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Argentina ‘will imminently be in default’

British Vogue has appointed the stylist Edward Enninful to take over from the long serving Alexandra Shulman as editor, the second time in recent months the magazine’s parent company Condé

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FT column: Pacific conflict looms between America and China

    FT column: Pacific conflict looms between America and China

By Gideon Rachman The questions surrounding Donald Trump’s relationship with Russia are lurid and compelling. But they are distracting from a more important and more dangerous story: the growing signs

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LatAm Viva: The moment of truth

    LatAm Viva: The moment of truth

Sign up to LatAm Viva by email every Friday. The moment has finally arrived. Today Donald Trump becomes the 45th president of the United States. Before too long, it will

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Trade war averted; India’s ice-cream war; calling corporate BS

Sign up to receive FirstFT by email here Trade war averted. China will offer the Trump administration two quick concessions on

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Green groups fight plan to ditch N Sea structures

  Green groups fight plan to ditch N Sea structures

Plans to leave behind giant structures in the North Sea when one of the largest oilfields in the region is closed down have hit

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Argentina central bank chief resigns

Nikki Haley, the US ambassador to the United Nations, said on Friday that the US is “prepared to do more”

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FT column: Truth, lies and the Trump administration

  FT column: Truth, lies and the Trump administration

By Gideon Rachman The man from the BBC was laughing as he reported the White House’s false claims about the

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FT column: Donald Trump is a disaster for Brexit

  FT column: Donald Trump is a disaster for Brexit

For the most ardent supporters of Brexit, the election of Donald Trump was a mixture of vindication and salvation. The

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FT column: Trump, Islam and the clash of civilisations

  FT column: Trump, Islam and the clash of civilisations

By Gideon Rachman Donald Trump’s travails with his “Muslim ban” make it easy to dismiss the whole idea as an

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Syria attack, Kirchner’s family and Elkann’s gamble

Sign up to receive FirstFT by email here Western powers, Syrian opposition activists and others have accused Bashar al-Assad of carrying

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ECB keeps rates on hold in March – as it happened

  ECB keeps rates on hold in March – as it happened

Happy second birthday to eurozone QE Today’s meeting comes on the second birthday of the ECB’s quantitative easing program. They

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