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How can French companies expand abroad, but preserve their French legacy in the process? Join @Breakingviews and the bosses of Euronext, Eurazeo, Zaoui & Co and Technicolor in Paris on Jan. 27 for a high-level panel discussion on 2020. 

RSVP here: https://refini.tv/36c4SIx 

How can French companies expand abroad, but preserve their French legacy in the process? Join @Breakingviews and the bosses of Euronext, Eurazeo, Zaoui & Co and Technicolor in Paris on Jan. 27 for a high-level panel discussion on 2020. RSVP here: https://refini.tv/36c4SIx 

Washington faces the temptation to broker new tie-ups to mitigate the blacklisting of telco Huawei. While Beijing-bashing could indeed inspire dealmaking, government matchmaking is not a good look, writes @jennifersaba. https://bit.ly/2sUYjMV 

Washington faces the temptation to broker new tie-ups to mitigate the blacklisting of telco Huawei. While Beijing-bashing could indeed inspire dealmaking, government matchmaking is not a good look, writes @jennifersaba. https://bit.ly/2sUYjMV 

How bad will the economic damage from the new coronavirus be? It depends heavily on chance, writes @rob_cyran. https://bit.ly/2TXI24P 

How bad will the economic damage from the new coronavirus be? It depends heavily on chance, writes @rob_cyran. https://bit.ly/2TXI24P 

Watch: Microsoft made a big splash ahead of the Davos confab by declaring it would be carbon negative by 2030. @GinaChon talked to the firm’s president, Brad Smith, about sustainability, techlash and U.S.-China competition.

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Back in mid-2016, when rumours of a Monsanto deal first surfaced, Bayer’s market cap was 92 bln euros. Since then, it has dropped 17%, while the global pharmaceutical index it tracked is up 47%. @edwardcropley and @aimeedonnellan write: http://bit.ly/2TT240n  @ReutersFlasseur

Back in mid-2016, when rumours of a Monsanto deal first surfaced, Bayer’s market cap was 92 bln euros. Since then, it has dropped 17%, while the global pharmaceutical index it tracked is up 47%. @edwardcropley and @aimeedonnellan write: http://bit.ly/2TT240n  @ReutersFlasseur

Anna Wiener's "Uncanny Valley" mirrors what it mocks, largely reducing people to their social media posts or buying habits, writes @Three_Guineas. https://bit.ly/2RmNiNC  #BookReview

Anna Wiener's "Uncanny Valley" mirrors what it mocks, largely reducing people to their social media posts or buying habits, writes @Three_Guineas. https://bit.ly/2RmNiNC  #BookReview

In "Uncanny Valley," Anna Wiener remains stuck in a tech trap: treating most Silicon Valley denizens as a collection of consumer habits and posts – not as people, writes @Three_Guineas. https://bit.ly/2RmNiNC 

In "Uncanny Valley," Anna Wiener remains stuck in a tech trap: treating most Silicon Valley denizens as a collection of consumer habits and posts – not as people, writes @Three_Guineas. https://bit.ly/2RmNiNC 

UK competition authorities may probe Takeaway’s Just Eat deal. As with its Amazon-Deliveroo inquiry, the regulator’s logic borders on paranoia. But that’s better than the naivety it showed with Facebook’s 2012 Instagram purchase, says @KarenKKwok: http://bit.ly/2tPZhdA 

UK competition authorities may probe Takeaway’s Just Eat deal. As with its Amazon-Deliveroo inquiry, the regulator’s logic borders on paranoia. But that’s better than the naivety it showed with Facebook’s 2012 Instagram purchase, says @KarenKKwok: http://bit.ly/2tPZhdA 

UK belatedly bares antitrust teeth over tech M&A https://bit.ly/2tPZhdA  @KarenKKwok

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Atlantia's new boss wants outsiders to invest into its units. These include embattled motorway operator ASPI, which risks losing its road concession. Opening ASPI’s capital to state investors offers a way out of the crisis, says 
@LJucca: http://bit.ly/30QaJC9 

Atlantia's new boss wants outsiders to invest into its units. These include embattled motorway operator ASPI, which risks losing its road concession. Opening ASPI’s capital to state investors offers a way out of the crisis, says @LJucca: http://bit.ly/30QaJC9 

Atlantia charts tentative path to road truce https://bit.ly/30QaJC9  @LJucca

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Remy Cointreau is relatively more exposed to Hong Kong and China, so protests hit sales harder. But with demand for pricey cognac on the up, Remy still deserves a premium to Diageo and Pernod Ricard, says @dasha_reuters: http://bit.ly/2TRcPjF 

Remy Cointreau is relatively more exposed to Hong Kong and China, so protests hit sales harder. But with demand for pricey cognac on the up, Remy still deserves a premium to Diageo and Pernod Ricard, says @dasha_reuters: http://bit.ly/2TRcPjF 

The T-Mobile/Sprint merger is just one headache for Ericsson. Britain seems to be throwing a lifeline to Chinese rival Huawei, and mobile operators are pushing hard to break the pair’s grip over the $500 bln market for next-gen kit. @edwardcropley writes: http://bit.ly/2GfYkhx 

The T-Mobile/Sprint merger is just one headache for Ericsson. Britain seems to be throwing a lifeline to Chinese rival Huawei, and mobile operators are pushing hard to break the pair’s grip over the $500 bln market for next-gen kit. @edwardcropley writes: http://bit.ly/2GfYkhx 

Davos-economics assumes that strong private sectors and ample international trade bring growth. So why is China tightening state control? Why is the UK stumbling towards less trade? Maybe Ethiopia can show the old recipe still works, says @edwardhadas: http://bit.ly/3aJp7Rt 

Davos-economics assumes that strong private sectors and ample international trade bring growth. So why is China tightening state control? Why is the UK stumbling towards less trade? Maybe Ethiopia can show the old recipe still works, says @edwardhadas: http://bit.ly/3aJp7Rt 

Remy Cointreau’s woes are weighty but temporary https://bit.ly/2TRcPjF  @dasha_reuters

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Ericsson gives glimpse of pain from 5G squeeze https://bit.ly/2GfYkhx  @edwardcropley

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Hadas: Davos-economics faces political puzzles https://bit.ly/3aJp7Rt  @edwardhadas

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http://Trip.com  and Baidu are mulling secondary listings in Hong Kong. Early evidence suggests that could boost valuations. For now, it’s more a hedge against any politically-driven crackdown on Chinese companies listed in New York. @AlecMac11  http://bit.ly/36sK4wE 

http://Trip.com  and Baidu are mulling secondary listings in Hong Kong. Early evidence suggests that could boost valuations. For now, it’s more a hedge against any politically-driven crackdown on Chinese companies listed in New York. @AlecMac11 http://bit.ly/36sK4wE 

The Wuhan epidemic will shape China’s vision of intelligent cities, writes @mak_robyn: http://bit.ly/2uocSsF 

The Wuhan epidemic will shape China’s vision of intelligent cities, writes @mak_robyn: http://bit.ly/2uocSsF 

Hong Kong homecoming bets are only half a whim, writes @AlecMac11: https://bit.ly/36sK4wE 

Hong Kong homecoming bets are only half a whim, writes @AlecMac11: https://bit.ly/36sK4wE 

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