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Scandals put Japanese investors on edge

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Passive funds grow 230% to $6tn

Tracker funds’ growth beats that of traditional active products

Varoufakis joins leftwing Remain campaign

Greece’s former finance minister says EU exit would benefit Britain’s elites

Apple sets sights on bigger target in India

Fast-growing market draws interest as millions upgrade phones

For The 1975, flattery equals irritation

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Young Germans and migrants compete for housing

Prices rise in big cities as lifestyle and job prospects lure new arrivals as well as locals

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Racist Chinese ad

Chinese advert dropped amid racism outcry

Publicity undermines China image as benevolent partner for Africa

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US navy officers seduced by cash and sex

Admirals investigated over allegations they traded secrets with ‘Fat Leonard’

$22m state aid for world’s biggest hedge fund

Connecticut makes loan and grants to keep Bridgewater in state

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Brazil needs deep reforms as fear bites

Political changes required to try remove the carrots that incentivise corruption

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