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22 March 2011 Last updated at 14:12 ET
Tepco to compensate Japan farmers
Tokyo Electric Power will have to compensate farmers for losses caused by the nuclear radiation leaks.
Recovery to take five years
Crowd-sourcing plots radiation
Tsunami floodgate that failed
Viewpoint: Radiation misunderstood
Japan's stocks rise as fears ease
Japanese stocks are rising amid reports of progress in containing radiation leaks at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant.
Japan rebuild to take five years
Japan quake to hit Nokia supplies
Carmaker restart hits supply bump
Carmakers Toyota and Honda say they will not restart production this week as they struggle to get parts supplied.
Japan car parts crisis hurts GM
Economic impact across Asia
Mexico 'headed for strong growth'
Mexico's Finance Minister Ernesto Cordero says his country is set for strong growth, with no signs investment is being harmed by concerns over drug violence.
China rejects Google allegations
China's foreign ministry rejects claims by Google that Beijing is disrupting access to its e-mail service.
Bank chief agrees to waive bonus
The chief executive of Dutch bank ING agrees to forgo his £1m bonus after a public outcry.
Egypt stock market set to reopen
Barnes & Noble sued by Microsoft
UK inflation rate rises to 4.4%
UK borrowing hits February record
Yuan hits record against dollar
US Treasury sells mortgage assets
AT&T and T-Mobile in $39bn deal
Japan rebuild to take five years
Japan closures hit Tiffany sales
Japan quake to hit Nokia supplies
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Rock rollback?
Is nationalised Northern Rock returning to its old habits?
Radical review
Shining light
Stephanomics - Economic Insights
Mr Osborne's squeeze
Why the chancellor will find himself with less room for manoeuvre on Budget day
Pound in your pocket
UK health check
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US house prices fall in February
US house sales fall by 5.2% in February to their lowest in almost nine years as market continues to suffer.
Europe
Russian Sberbank's profits soar
Russia's largest bank, Sberbank posts a seven-fold increase in profit for 2010, bouncing back after the global crisis.
Africa & Mid East
Saudis boost Middle East stocks
Middle Eastern stock markets rise sharply, despite regional unrest, after King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia boosted government spending.
Asia
China blamed for Gmail disruption
Google blames the Chinese government for problems accessing its e-mail service in the country.
Business of Sport
Man Utd parent firm loses £109m
Manchester United's parent company made a loss of £108.9m in 2009-10, according to newly released financial results.
Tech of Business
Going beyond the cloud
The type of device won't matter in the new technologically agnostic world, says Deloitte CTO Mary Hensher
Companies
Ofcom begins 4G phone countdown
The telecoms regulator launches a consultation on how best to sell off the rights to 4G mobile wireless networks.
UK Your Money
Inflation cutting savers' options
Savers face an increasingly tricky search to find accounts that protect their funds from being eroded by inflation, experts say.
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Toyota delays starting production
Japan's food problem 'serious'
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International appeal?
India's fashion industry is growing in prominence, but can it become a global player?
Knowledge economy
Why are there no African universities in the top 100?
Invisible hazard
Radiation alert puts Japan's food industry under pressure
Carbon tax split
Australia's government is grappling with combustible plans
The oldest profession
Tax authorities venture into Amsterdam's red light district
Pads @ work
Staff push tablet computers into the workplace
Cloud computing
How to prepare your business for the biggest IT revolution yet
Good job
Why there is no need to worry about the rise of the service sector
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