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Tax changes help India’s trucks drive faster

The new goods and services tax may have created red tape for many businesses but Simon Mundy says it appears to be helping speed up India’s logistics.

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Stage Door: Anne-Marie Duff on love, London and quantum mechanics

In the FT’s new ‘Stage Door’ series, Anne-Marie Duff talks about her starring role in ‘Heisenberg: The Uncertainty Principle’, a play by Simon Stephens that tackles love, London and human lessons from quantum mechanics

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Rural unrest in India

State governments are forgiving farmers’ debts to prevent unrest, but the FT’s Simon Mundy finds that short term debt relief is unlikely to resolve the lack of investment in the agricultural sector.

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Some banks are too complex to break up

Yet they appear unable to consolidate towards higher profitability, writes Simon Samuels

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Bank regulators, be wary

Basel committee takes aim at traditional lending and the response is ferocious, writes Simon Samuels

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Finance hard to grasp amid too much detail

Accountants and banks should not be shy about binning useless stuff, writes Simon Samuels

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