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France, films & foreign trade: the leaked mandate | Financial Times

Print this page<p>When EU and US officials launched new talks on a transatlantic trade deal earlier this year – an issue of such import that President …

Belarus’s unlikely hotel boom | Financial Times

It is no secret that many multinational companies avoid Belarus because of the unfavourable reputation of the country’s authorities and western …

Smithfield bid tests US appetite for Chinese investment | Financial Times

When US senators raised a red flag about SoftBank’s proposed $20.1bn takeover of a majority stake in Sprint Nextel, they focused on the way the …

China

Washington gets explicit: its 'war on terror' is permanent

Last October, senior Obama officials anonymously unveiled to the Washington Post their newly minted "disposition matrix", a complex computer system …

US army struggles to combat suicide

Suicides among US army personnel are on the rise. In the first four months of this year, more than 160 soldiers have taken their own lives.<p>The Pentagon has released a report detailing the depth of the problem.<p>Al Jazeera's Kimberly Halkett reports.

US team urges Russian security cooperation

The head of a US congressional delegation has said that its meetings in Russia show there was "nothing specific" that could have helped prevent the Boston Marathon bombings, but that the two countries need to work more closely on joint security threats.<p>Dana Rohrabacher, a California Republican …

What’s wrong with taking a little spin in the revolving door? | Financial Times

The news that Dave Hartnett, formerly the tax panjandrum of Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs, has been taken on as a consultant by Deloitte has …

Finance

The dark side to the South Korean miracle | Financial Times

South Korea is, in many ways, an incredibly impressive place. It was as poor as India in the 1950s, but now has wealth levels comparable to Spain or …