Friday 24 July
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24 July 2015
After the announcement that the ‘Financial Times’ has been sold to Japanese media giant Nikkei, we look at what the deal means for the media industry. Plus, with rubbish piling up, graffiti everywhere and slowed public services in Rome, we ask: is the mayor to blame? We also look at business news from Shanghai and the future of Greek shipping.
24 July 2015
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