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The FT’s Contributing Editor David Allen Green takes us on guided tour of the post-Brexit EU-UK Trade Agreement. Written and narrated by David Allen Green, produced by Tom Hannen. See if you get the FT for free as a student (http://ft.com/schoolsarefree) or start a £1 trial: https://subs.ft.com/spa3_trial?segmentId=3d4ba81b-96bb-cef0-9ece-29efd6ef2132 ► Check out our Community tab for more
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FT markets editor Katie Martin on the indicators to watch in coming months as fund managers and households look to protect their income and jobs as the world struggles to recover from a pandemic. See if you get the FT for free as a student (http://ft.com/schoolsarefree) or start a £1 trial: https://subs.ft.com/spa3_trial?segmentId=3d4ba81b-96bb-cef0-9ece-29efd6ef2132 ► Check out
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Mukesh and Anil Ambani inherited their father’s fortune. But while Mukesh’s wealth made him India’s richest man, his brother’s net worth tumbled to less than $2B. The story of their diverging fortunes is steeped in a family feud that has captivated India for over a decade.  #India #Asia #QTProfiles ——– Like this video? Subscribe to
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Scottish city Glasgow once held the grim title “murder capital of Europe” but homicides in the city have fallen by 60% in just over a decade all thanks to a radical approach – treating violence as a disease. Video by Leila Hussain and Christian Capestany
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Fifty years ago, a helicopter company called New York Airways whisked passengers from the rooftop of the iconic Pan Am Building in midtown Manhattan to any city airport in just 10 minutes. A fatal accident in 1977 brought that era to an end. 40 years later, E-VTOL technology could open a new chapter in short-distance
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At the annual Alfred E. Smith charity dinner, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump had a chance to poke fun at each other for a good cause. ————————————————– Follow BI Video on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1oS68Zs Follow BI on Facebook: http://bit.ly/1W9Lk0n Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/ ————————————————– Business Insider is the fastest growing business news site in the US. Our
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In May, 2010, from his bedroom in London, Navinder Sarao, helped cause panic in U.S. markets. Bloomberg’s Liam Vaughan tells the story of The Flash Crash Trader, also known as The Hound of Hounslow. https://www.bloomberg.com/news/features/2017-02-10/how-the-flash-crash-trader-s-50-million-fortune-vanished #BWStorylines #Businessweek #BloombergQuicktake ——– Like this video? Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/Bloomberg?sub_confirmation=1 QuickTake Originals is Bloomberg’s official premium video channel. We bring you
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The unmistakable sound of the gong has held spiritual significance in Southeast Asia for centuries. Hand-beaten from sheet materials, the labor-intensive shaping and delicate paintwork result in beautiful percussive instruments. Souvenir gongs can be bought for just a few dollars, but large, finely tuned gongs made from the best materials can fetch tens of thousands
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Hand woven with the finest materials including wool and silk, a single Persian rug can often take years, and sometimes decades to create. A high-quality Iranian carpet can cost tens of thousands of dollars, with antique rugs fetching even higher prices. So how are Persian rugs made, and why are they so expensive? MORE SO
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Intelligent, indestructible and with no humans on board, these sailboats are plotting their own course through the waters of San Francisco Bay. If Richard Jenkins gets his way, soon there’ll be hundreds of them – trawling the oceans for data. Video by Victoria Blackburne-Daniell, David Nicholson ———- #BloombergHelloWorld Hello World is a Webby and Emmy-nominated
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Cuban cigars hold a reputation as the world’s most opulent tobacco product. A box of good quality Habanos can cost thousands of dollars. Every hand-rolled Cuban cigar goes through about 500 manual tasks from seed to cigar. But over the last 25 years, cigars made in other countries in the Caribbean and Central America have
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Rogan art has been passed down in the Khatri family for eight generations. Now, with no tourists visiting due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the business has slowed, and the survival of this centuries-old craft is under threat. For more, visit: https://www.instagram.com/jabbar_rogan/ http://www.roganartnirona.com/ MORE BUSINESS VIDEOS: How 3 Million Grocery Items Are Delivered To Homes Every
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Emmanuel Macron and Theresa May may be preparing to take their countries down very different paths, but on one issue they sound remarkably similar. They both claim to have the world’s fifth largest economy. ► Subscribe to FT.com here: http://bit.ly/2r8RJzM ► Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube: http://bit.ly/FTimeSubs For more video content from the
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A typical teaspoon of agricultural soil contains more than a billion living organisms. This biodiversity plays a key role in the ability of soil to support plant life, including agricultural crops, although identifying and counting soil microbes is an incredibly difficult task. But as the FT’s science editor Clive Cookson explains, new molecular fingerprinting technology
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China’s regulators put a stop to what would have been the biggest listing in history at the last minute angering both the company and investors looking to buy Ant shares. The FT’s Asia markets correspondent Hudson Lockett explains why they did it. See if you get the FT for free as a student (http://ft.com/schoolsarefree) or
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These single-axle rolling campers are comforting, birch-wood wombs inspired by Danish design and made with all-American parts. The three Purser brothers who build them by hand want them to be used to help adventurers find solitude, sanctuary, and simplicity. Video by Zach Goldstein, Victoria Blackburne-Daniell ———- Like this video? Subscribe to Bloomberg on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/Bloomberg?sub_confirmation=1
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Lotus silk is one of the rarest fabrics in the world. Produced only in small scale across Cambodia, Myanmar, and more recently Vietnam, this natural fibre is only extracted by a few skilled craftspeople across the world. But making this “silk” isn’t easy. Extracting enough lotus silk for one scarf can take two months, and
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