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TOKYO (Reuters) - Few doubt Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's decision to invest public funds in a $90 billion dollar (68 billion pounds) high-tech "maglev" railway makes political sense. Whether it makes equally good economic sense is less clear.
LONDON/ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey's botched coup and an apparent lurch towards authoritarianism is ratting investors and threatens to throw into reverse the hundreds of billions of dollars that have flowed to this once-booming emerging market.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Oil producers and refiners braced on Monday for a prolonged shutdown and possible supply constraints from Canada's vast oil sands region as a destructive wildfire continued into a second week.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Tokyo is sticking with plans to raise the sales tax next year, barring a financial crisis or a major natural disaster, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Monday, without saying whether two deadly quakes in southern Japan qualified as such as disaster.
ANKARA (Reuters) - Suicide bombings in Istanbul, a row with the Kremlin and hard times for the Russian middle class - all these factors spell trouble for Turkey's tourist industry and its wider economy.
LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister David Cameron has pledged to renegotiate Britain's ties with Europe and then give voters a referendum on European Union membership by the end of 2017.
LONDON (Reuters) - Europe's ageing economy may just find that the biggest refugee crisis since World War Two gives it a new lease of life - even if huge uncertainty about the future scale of immigration and how refugees are integrated cloud any long-range forecasting.
SYDNEY: Captains of Australian industry have a lengthy wishlist for new Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull but also strong hopes the former tech entrepreneur can encourage innovation and energise an economy struggling with a fading resources boom.