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As November’s US Presidential election draws nearer, the world’s largest economy finds its markets stalling, its industries contracting and corporate profits slipping. But how likely is a new president in the White House to make the country a more attractive place to invest in 2017 and beyond? James Phillips reports…

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Zac Goldsmith might be the Conservative Party’s best hope of retaining the London Mayorship, but he has once again shown he is not prepared to toe the line when it comes to green energy.

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Some of the world’s poorest nations are providing the strongest and most detailed commitments to cutting emissions from land use, a new report claims, while richer countries are lagging behind with vague or even non-existent proposals.

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Calls for the government to tackle the UK’s costly levels of food waste stepped up a notch this week as businesses and MPs separately demanded stronger action on boosting food security throughout the supply chain.

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Banks could be undervaluing energy efficient homes by as much as £45,000, a new report has claimed, despite new lending rules designed to take better account of household spending.

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