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Economy at heart of Brazil election PDF Print E-mail
Economy at heart of Brazil's presidential election battle

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Big six energy firms lose customers PDF Print E-mail
Britain's big six energy companies are continuing to lose market share to smaller independent suppliers, new figures show.

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Fifa World Cup 'hits the poorest hardest' PDF Print E-mail
The other side of major football tournaments

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Hi-tech classes for Chinese children PDF Print E-mail
Joanna Wei set up educational company Creatica, which runs hi-tech classes for Chinese schoolchildren.

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VIDEO: Hi-tech education for Chinese children PDF Print E-mail
Joanna Wei talks about her educational company Creatica, which runs hi-tech classes for Chinese schoolchildren.

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House that moves like Rubik's Cube PDF Print E-mail
It's the townhouse that twists like a Rubik's cube, to bask in the summer sun and shield itself when winter bites.

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House that moves like Rubik's Cube PDF Print E-mail
It's the townhouse that twists like a Rubik's cube, to bask in the summer sun and shield itself when winter bites.

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US adds 142,000 jobs in August PDF Print E-mail
The US economy added 142,000 jobs in August, latest figures reveal, less than expected partially as a result of a supermarket strike.

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World's next finance capital is ... PDF Print E-mail
From a city famous for a wartime film to a South Korean finance hub: The economic stars of tomorrow might surprise you. Find out the spots experts say will be central to our financial future.

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World's next finance capital is ... PDF Print E-mail
From a city famous for a wartime film to a South Korean finance hub: The economic stars of tomorrow might surprise you. Find out the spots experts say will be central to our financial future.

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Are politicians trying to break the web? PDF Print E-mail
A stark warning about governments' ability to abuse technology to muzzle citizens, track movements, and shut down peaceful protests has emerged at this week's Internet Governance Forum in Istanbul.

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Are politicians trying to break the web? PDF Print E-mail
A stark warning about governments' ability to abuse technology to muzzle citizens, track movements, and shut down peaceful protests has emerged at this week's Internet Governance Forum in Istanbul.

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