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Losses in Chinese shares set the tone for Asian markets
Sydney — Asian shares pared gains on Wednesday, led by losses in Chinese stocks, after Beijing vowed retaliatory sanctions against the US, while the euro rose to a four-month high on the prospect of stimulus ahead of a crucial EU summit.
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LETTER: All Eskom giant’s efforts have been undone
I was profoundly saddened to hear that former Eskom CEO Dr Ian McRae had died. His motto was “electricity for all”, and this drive for social and economic development with his promotion of equal opportunity for all — at the height of the apartheid era — set him apart.
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