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After nearly a decade of austerity the strains are beginning to show in public services.

UK chancellor Philip Hammond warns there is ‘no pot of money’ for extra Budget funds
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Credit rating agencies’ activities in London have been thrown into doubt by Brexit.

Brexit casts doubt over rating agencies’ future in London
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Here is a taste of today's FirstFT:
- Average lifespan to break the 90 barrier;
- N Korean diplomat suspected in Malaysia murder;
- India’s bold experiment with cash.
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World Bank warns on global economy’s fragile state, a twist in the North Korea killing case and India’s bold experiment with cash
Financial Times
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Former Hong Kong leader Donald Tsang is the city's most high-profile politician to be jailed for misconduct.

Hong Kong’s former leader jailed for misconduct in public office
Financial Times
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Financial Times
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Thank cod!: Fish and chip fans rejoice as Iceland fishing strike ends.

Fish and chip fans rejoice as Iceland fishing strike ends
Financial Times
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BREAKING: A North Korean diplomat in Pyongyang’s embassy in Malaysia has been identified as a suspect in the murder of Kim Jong Nam.

North Korean diplomat suspected in Kim Jong Nam assassination
Financial Times
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Financial Times
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South Koreans are set to have the longest life expectancy in the world, eclipsing longstanding leader Japan. The US will have the lowest among wealthy nations.

South Korea set to take Japan’s crown in world longevity rankings
Financial Times
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Here's how some hedge funds protect themselves against market turmoil.
Financial Times
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Why one of the most-respected health academics jumped ship to the 'enemy' - PepsiCo.

The health expert happy to work with the ‘enemy’
Financial Times
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Sweden's strict opening hours for alcohol stores has given a whole new meaning to the word 'booze-cruise'.

Sweden’s strict controls drive ‘booze-cruise’ economy
Financial Times
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'This is coal. Don’t be afraid': Australia’s 'clean' coal push sparks furious debate.

Australia’s ‘clean’ coal push ignites furious debate
Financial Times
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Snap IPO: 'Somewhere here there is a wall that is closer than the optimists think.'

Investors quiz Snap executives as roadshow rolls into New York
Financial Times
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Will Rodrigo Duterte be impeached?: Confessions of a hit man and allegations of slush funds.

Philippine power struggle as Duterte battles drugs war claims
Financial Times
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Japan's cash alternative to pouring gift alcohol down the sink.

How second-hand booze sales are flowing from Japanese health fads
Financial Times
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There's little attention paid to how much of the decline in manufacturing employment is due to automation and increased labour productivity.

Martin Sandbu: Advanced countries did not lose their industries; industry has abandoned its workers
Financial Times
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India's banknote ban is a shock for an economy with so many outside the formal system.

Martin Wolf: India’s bold experiment with cash