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Evergrande: Crisis-hit Chinese property giant offers debt restructuring plan
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US raises interest rates despite banking turmoil
The Federal Reserve moves borrowing costs higher as it focuses on efforts to stabilise prices.

Into the ‘lion’s den’: Questions the TikTok CEO will face from Congress today over a possible ban
The video-sharing app's chief executive will testify to US lawmakers in a much-anticipated grilling.

Ikea told to tackle sexual harassment after UK complaint
The firm signed an agreement to protect staff in the UK after concerns over how it handled an allegation.

Why is UK inflation higher than other countries?
February's shock rise in inflation figure means the UK now has the highest rate among major economies.

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Makers of Japan's traditional drink are seeing success abroad offset falling domestic demand.

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The tiny diamond sphere that could unlock clean power
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How drones could be the future of Indian farming
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Cost of living: 'I want to be prepared for any eventuality'
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Meet the designers with learning disabilities
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Why inflation is so high - and your other questions answered
The BBC's economics editor Faisal Islam answers your questions on inflation.
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