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China’s Transsion overtakes Samsung as leading smartphone in Africa

Tom Hancock

With low prices, and featured adapted to adapted for the region, Transsion sold more than 50-million phones in Africa in the first half of this year

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FT COLUMN: A wobbly Merkel means a weaker Europe

Gideon Rachman

If the chancellor loses office — or staggers on, in a hobbled state — her fate will be perceived as a big setback for the liberal ideas that she has championed, writes Gideon Rachman

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BARRY RITHOLTZ: What does the US$450 million price of a Da Vinci tell us about the markets?

Barry Ritholtz

'Given the choice between quantifiable data or anecdotal tidbits, you should always choose the data'

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RANJENI MUNUSAMY: Ramaphosa, Dlamini-Zuma in a deadly political dance

Ranjeni Munusamy

Dlamini-Zuma's aides advised her to reject Ramaphosa's overture last week, warning her it was a "plot to weaken her campaign"

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FT COLUMN: A wobbly Merkel means a weaker Europe

If the chancellor loses office — or staggers on, in a hobbled state — her fate will be perceived as a big setback for the liberal ideas that she has championed, writes Gideon Rachman

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LUNCH WITH THE FT: UN secretary-general António Guterres on Trump and North Korea

Over fish at UN HQ, the diplomat talks to Gillian Tett about his battle to refashion a bureaucratic behemoth

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FT COLUMN: Bread basket to basket case: how Zimbabwe’s economy was brought to the brink

Former finance minister Tendai Biti is optimistic about a recovery — but it will need international support, write Tony Hawkins and David Pilling

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