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The $375 billion Europe wants to invest but doesn't have

Greece at odds with EU/IMF lenders in 'tough' bailout review

Indonesia hikes fuel prices, saving government $8 billion next year

China-Australia FTA may create losers as well as winners

Indonesia hikes fuel prices, saving government 5 billion pounds next year

EU 'deplores' Israeli settlement plans but says no sanctions

Tunisia readies for presidential elections

US defends 'enormous' climate efforts at UN talks

US defends 'enormous' climate efforts at UN talks

Invest now, Russia says _ but warning signs loom

Exclusive: Berlin mulls way to bank union without Treaty change - officials

Banking system not yet fit to cope with a Lehman 2.0 - Bundesbanker

Insight - Verizon, Vodafone CEOs talked in gym, agreed on price at...

Strike over wages hits South African auto sector

Greek economy shrinks at smallest pace since 2010 in second quarter

CFMEU rocked by claims of corrupt dealing

Peugeot reports sales fall, holds targets, shares rise

Corporate Japan to hunker down and save gains from tax cut - Reuters poll

EU agree rules for bank rescues by bailout fund

Israel: EU funds will not reach occupied land

EU to extend loan repayments for Ireland, Portugal

Europe at odds over next steps to banking union

Thatcher detonated change in UK business

Afghans worry about international aid vacuum

Asia shares mostly up after Wall St record

Sing Sing's power plant could become prison museum

Special Report - Foreign interns pay the price for Japan's labour shortage

Kerry to woo Modi's India, but quick progress unlikely

FTA opens up Japan's $5 trillion market

Union bosses did nothing wrong: report

Creditors say Detroit bankruptcy plan lacks needed details

Mid-term inflation projections key to ECB action

Somali president wants aid airlift for towns retaken from rebels

Europe's top banks cut 80,000 more staff in post-crisis overhaul

IMF: $17 bn loan would need overhaul if Ukraine loses east

EU must refocus on energy, industry after debt crisis: Rehn

Pope sees banner first year, but expectations high

Show us the money: EU seeks billions of euros to revive economy

European states struggle with Draghi's challenge