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The FT View: Tech groups face an unenviable but inevitable choice: balancing the consequences of withdrawing from Hong Kong against the risks of a backlash for co-operating with Beijing on.ft.com/2VV0dZd
 
Mercedes Ruehl, Asian technology correspondent, explains why the boom in Asian financial technology is facing its first serious setback as businesses focused on the vast number of people without bank accounts struggle to cope with the fallout from coronavirus
 
Daily coronavirus thread: The total number of US coronavirus cases surpassed 3m and Donald Trump’s campaign rally in Tulsa in June ‘likely’ contributed to a surge. Follow our live coverage here: ft.com/content/3492fa…
Replying to @FinancialTimes
At least four US representatives have stakes in businesses that received funding from the $520bn small business support programme, which also helped top Washington lobbying firms, a new data trove revealed ft.com/content/061eed…
 
Beijing’s security law has effectively moved Hong Kong’s internet behind China’s Great Firewall. Here’s what tech companies could be compelled to do under the new law — and why Silicon Valley is considering an exit on.ft.com/2ZOjrAV
 
Daily coronavirus thread: The total number of US coronavirus cases surpassed 3m and Donald Trump’s campaign rally in Tulsa in June ‘likely’ contributed to a surge. Follow our live coverage here: ft.com/content/3492fa…
 
Coronavirus latest: Trump campaign rally ‘likely contributed’ to surge in cases on.ft.com/2ZM3NWC
 
Hello, Hong Kong. While you were sleeping, this was our most read story: on.ft.com/3iMBLCX
 
EU must not ‘waste time’ arguing on recovery fund, Merkel says on.ft.com/3iH7qWt
 
Rise in margin lending stokes fears of China bubble on.ft.com/2CjXkKk
 
Malaysia maintains 1MDB fight despite economic woes on.ft.com/2ZctMHS
 
White House warns railroad pension agency over China investments on.ft.com/2O6MA4X
 
Rosengren sees more US businesses needing Fed rescue on.ft.com/2Z8M6l4
 
US-Mexico relationship ‘has never been closer’, Trump says on.ft.com/3ejhvWp
 
'The tables are set' – Alice Ross offers a glimpse into the charming world of tablescaping on.ft.com/31ZEWl0
 
Opinion: John Sawers, a former chief of MI6, says China is overplaying its hand and giving western leaders no option but to stand up to it as the UK is expected to phase out Huawei from its 5G networks on.ft.com/38GEHwc
 
Lucinda Baring's son Alfie was four when he was diagnosed with a brain tumour. She shares her experience of the extraordinary might of London's Great Ormond Street Hospital – and why, in a post-pandemic world, it needs help to make up its £25m shortfall howtospendit.ft.com/art-philanthro…
 
Why Paul Jankowski’s All Against All and Robert Gerwarth’s November 1918 are 'two of the most stimulating histories of the interwar period to have been published in recent years' on.ft.com/3gGZtyR
 
Silicon Valley weighs whether to leave Hong Kong on.ft.com/2W0Grvl
 
Edwin Heathcote on why he loves watching construction: 'There’s a performative quality to the work of a good builder. It’s like watching a sportsman with no movement wasted' ft.com/content/cd3b26…
 
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English farmers anticipate gradual removal of subsidy payments. “There is a void. I just don’t know what, if anything, is going to replace it” ft.com/content/81009a…
Replying to @FinancialTimes
The US has surpassed 3m confirmed coronavirus cases, driven by new outbreaks in states like California, which just recorded the largest-ever one-day jump in infections since the start of the pandemic on.ft.com/3iL13Bl
 
Just published: front page of the Financial Times, international edition, Thursday 9 July on.ft.com/2Cm3KbO
 
In reply to @FinancialTimes
Young people and low-income workers were the focus of a £30bn summer statement intended to avert mass unemployment, but business groups are warning the UK chancellor's efforts may fall flat on.ft.com/31X4BKZ
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Robert Shrimsley: Rishi Sunak displayed a combination of gravitas and soft political skills in his speech about reviving the UK economy, as he called for people to rise above their fear of the virus and join the national recovery on.ft.com/2O6JpKn
 
‘When your scientific advisers mention a boring illness in Wuhan, you ignore them.’ Simon Kuper on the the populists who misjudged Covid-19
on.ft.com/3gFJbpI
 
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Rishi Sunak cemented his status as the government’s Santa Claus after hailing his 'plan for jobs.' The UK chancellor's decision, alongside plunging tax revenues, are likely to push the budget deficit up to £361.5bn, according to FT calculations on.ft.com/2W2WMjg pic.twitter.com/CKcgxtgheY
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Young people and low-income workers were the focus of a £30bn summer statement intended to avert mass unemployment, but business groups are warning the UK chancellor's efforts may fall flat on.ft.com/31X4BKZ
 
In reply to @FinancialTimes
The UK government has authorised almost £50bn in additional spending on public services as a result of the coronavirus crisis, including £15bn for personal protective equipment on.ft.com/320DbUu
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Rishi Sunak cemented his status as the government’s Santa Claus after hailing his 'plan for jobs.' The UK chancellor's decision, alongside plunging tax revenues, are likely to push the budget deficit up to £361.5bn, according to FT calculations on.ft.com/2W2WMjg
 
Facebook has taken down a disinformation campaign that it says was connected to Roger Stone, the longtime associate of Donald Trump on.ft.com/2VX7Q1m
 
Just published: front page of the Financial Times, UK edition, Thursday 9 July on.ft.com/2AJYIWo
 
Facebook made “vexing and heartbreaking” decisions over the past nine months that constituted “serious setbacks for civil rights”, according to a damning report into the company's practices on.ft.com/2O62HQ5
 
Financial Times Retweeted ·  
The Big Read: “For decades we have tolerated the idea that paying less tax was just good business. That mood has gone. Pinning down the most aggressive tax avoiders was the big opportunity for the next decade — now it could happen in the next two years”
on.ft.com/2AEO17l
 
In reply to @FinancialTimes
The chancellor’s summer statement provided a double boost for the UK hospitality sector: - A cut in VAT from 20% to 5% across hotels, restaurants and other attractions - A 50% discount on meals eaten at restaurants, Monday to Wednesday, throughout August on.ft.com/2Z7SpoO
Replying to @FinancialTimes
The UK government has authorised almost £50bn in additional spending on public services as a result of the coronavirus crisis, including £15bn for personal protective equipment on.ft.com/320DbUu
 
Financial Times Retweeted ·  
FC Barcelona, the highest-earning soccer club in the world, is set to ask Nike for €15m-€20m in lost sales as the swoosh pulled defective fan jerseys. By @muradahmed
and yours truly ft.com/content/4fb289…
 
United Airlines plans to furlough up to 36,000 workers, or just under half of its US workforce on.ft.com/2VZyPJq
 
In reply to @FinancialTimes
Homebuyers in the UK will see a tax holiday until early next year, as the threshold for paying the levy has been raised to £500,000 Rishi Sunak said the measure meant 90% of people buying a main home would pay no stamp duty at all on.ft.com/2Z7v3jg pic.twitter.com/4YLss61ZmD
Replying to @FinancialTimes
The chancellor’s summer statement provided a double boost for the UK hospitality sector: - A cut in VAT from 20% to 5% across hotels, restaurants and other attractions - A 50% discount on meals eaten at restaurants, Monday to Wednesday, throughout August on.ft.com/2Z7SpoO
 
In reply to @FinancialTimes
Conservative MPs cheered Rishi Sunak's summer statement, astonished by the speed at which the chancellor has established himself at the Treasury. Boris Johnson has been publicly grateful for the way Mr Sunak is leading the economic response to the crisis on.ft.com/2Z9D5YJ pic.twitter.com/y3c9DIAoWi
Replying to @FinancialTimes
Homebuyers in the UK will see a tax holiday until early next year, as the threshold for paying the levy has been raised to £500,000 Rishi Sunak said the measure meant 90% of people buying a main home would pay no stamp duty at all on.ft.com/2Z7v3jg
 
In reply to @FinancialTimes
UK to cut property stamp duty to boost housing market stalled by the coronavirus pandemic ft.com/content/f61c17…
Replying to @FinancialTimes
Conservative MPs cheered Rishi Sunak's summer statement, astonished by the speed at which the chancellor has established himself at the Treasury. Boris Johnson has been publicly grateful for the way Mr Sunak is leading the economic response to the crisis on.ft.com/2Z9D5YJ
 
Financial Times Retweeted ·  
Have a dish on Rish.
Sunak's combination of soft political skills and gravitas show why everyone sees him as a future leader - but his fate and ours hangs on one big bet: that there won't be a second spike in the virus. ft.com/content/65485f…
 
The president of the European Central Bank, Christine Lagarde, says the coronavirus pandemic is a ‘brutal’ crisis, as she talks to the FT editor, Roula Khalaf, about her steep learning curve since taking the job.

Watch our full interview with Ms Lagarde: on.ft.com/38BCrql
Christine Lagarde on climate, jobs, women and divergence
ft.com
 
Donald Trump's threat to liberalism has been an amateur version of what is to come, writes Janan Ganesh on.ft.com/3f99Qes
 
Harvard and MIT have sued to block Donald Trump's attempts to eject international students from US universities if their courses move fully online on.ft.com/2O6fBh1
 
Brooks Brothers, known for its upmarket attire once sported by Abraham Lincoln and John F Kennedy, is filing for bankruptcy protection in the US on.ft.com/3f6emu2
 
An outbreak of Covid-19 at an NHS hospital in the UK prime minister’s west London constituency has forced it to close its accident and emergency department after a number of employees tested positive for the virus on.ft.com/3iHbBBw
 
Christine Lagarde, president of the European Central Bank, says the coronavirus pandemic will have a lasting impact on global trade on.ft.com/2WeVUrZ
 
The coronavirus crisis renews focus on tax avoidance. 'Working out where that line between avoidance and evasion is, and walking on the correct side of it, has turned out to be an important part of the tax strategy of major multinationals' on.ft.com/3iJWF5C
 
In reply to @FinancialTimes
Chancellor Rishi Sunak announces a new 'job retention bonus' of £1,000 per worker to be paid to companies that bring back staff out of the government’s furlough scheme ft.com/content/f61c17…
Replying to @FinancialTimes
UK to cut property stamp duty to boost housing market stalled by the coronavirus pandemic ft.com/content/f61c17…
 
UK chancellor Rishi Sunak pledges to support jobs in his summer statement, which outlines a host of new measures to boost a UK economy that's been turned upside down by the coronavirus pandemic on.ft.com/3ebHAqe pic.twitter.com/odHRrPuJ0C
Replying to @FinancialTimes
Chancellor Rishi Sunak announces a new 'job retention bonus' of £1,000 per worker to be paid to companies that bring back staff out of the government’s furlough scheme ft.com/content/f61c17…
 
In reply to @FinancialTimes
A £5.5bn bill for personal protective equipment leads to growing scrutiny of the UK government ft.com/content/c0d439…
Replying to @FinancialTimes
English farmers anticipate gradual removal of subsidy payments. “There is a void. I just don’t know what, if anything, is going to replace it” ft.com/content/81009a…
 
Across the world, governments have responded to the coronavirus pandemic with significant public spending. They have given cash payments to citizens and picked up the wage bills of entire companies on.ft.com/3gEY9MU
 
UK chancellor Rishi Sunak pledges to support jobs in his summer statement, which outlines a host of new measures to boost a UK economy that's been turned upside down by the coronavirus pandemic on.ft.com/3ebHAqe
 
Would you take a pay cut to move away from the city and work from home in a cheaper area? Facebook's plan to pay home-working staff according to their postcode raises this and other important questions on.ft.com/2VZ0Zo2
 
In reply to @FinancialTimes
Despite recent regional outbreaks, Spain's chief epidemiologist says the country's Covid-19 infection rate is going down ft.com/content/86e90a…
Replying to @FinancialTimes
A £5.5bn bill for personal protective equipment leads to growing scrutiny of the UK government ft.com/content/c0d439…
 
 
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