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Opinion: The risk that China could decouple from US capital markets can no longer be ignored. That is an important lesson from this week’s decision by the Chinese group Didi Chuxing to delist from the New York Stock Exchange and go public in Hong Kong on.ft.com/3Imf3P8
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FT View: Governments should not make Covid vaccines mandatory for everyone, but should encourage vaccine passports on.ft.com/3rzG8IC
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After Iran submitted new proposals designed to prevent the 2015 nuclear deal’s total collapse, diplomats from the UK, France and Germany warned that Tehran was 'walking back almost all of the difficult compromises crafted' at previous rounds of talks on.ft.com/3IiARuQ
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France has secured its biggest overseas order for its Rafale combat jet with the United Arab Emirates as Emmanuel Macron looks to deepen ties with the country. Macron called the €17bn-plus deal 'the biggest military contract in our history' on.ft.com/3GgqqWV
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Can you run a company without managers? This week on the Working It podcast, we talk about how leaders can efficiently step back without abolishing hierarchy completely on.ft.com/3rCjK14
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The perfect gadgets to brighten up long winter nights: from a banging portable speaker to a crystal sharp film projector and an ice-cream maker to chill out with on.ft.com/3Gb5GQh
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BDO, the UK’s fifth-largest accounting firm by revenue, paid partners a record average of £760,000 before tax in the year to the end of June, surpassing the £749,000 paid out by EY on.ft.com/3pqYfgW
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Opinion: In this new political and economic era, the president has made clear that what is good for him and the Communist party should be good enough for Didi on.ft.com/3de09ft
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Bulb, the collapsed energy supplier, could have been rescued at a much lower cost to UK taxpayers than the £1.7bn deal chosen by the government, newly unveiled court papers show on.ft.com/3DmC8gy
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Breaking news: US jobs growth slowed sharply last month, raising questions about whether the Federal Reserve will pursue a more aggressive approach to scaling back its stimulus programme on.ft.com/3phBhJe
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Do children realise that actual money is being spent, or think this 'magic card' simply makes everything possible? on.ft.com/3of932p
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The rise in prices has mainly been driven by constraints in supply chains since the global economy began to recover from the pandemic. There are increases in transport costs as petrol prices climb, while heating and electricity prices have also jumped on.ft.com/3pmk15t
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The UK’s decision to adopt a 'mix and match' Covid vaccine booster strategy has been supported by a study showing that the mRNA shots from Pfizer and Moderna were by far the most effective at increasing antibody levels on.ft.com/3lw6KpZ
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