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The Chinese answer to Twitter, Weibo, seeks to raise one dollar for every user when it goes public in the US.
Chancellor George Osborne and shadow chancellor Ed Balls set out their competing messages ahead of the Budget.
Former Conservative Chancellors Lord Lawson and Lord Lamont warn too many people are paying the 40p tax rate and urge George Osborne to act.
US retail sales rose for the first time in two months in February, official figures show, after the country suffered its third coldest winter on record.
Consumers are being warned about a series of bank card scams, after fraud from stolen cards rose to its highest level in eight years, says the UK Cards Association
China's industrial output and retail sales grow less than expected, figures show, adding to fears of a slowdown.
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