Commuting on the frozen Rideau Canal in Ottawa. Photographs: Getty
Young guns head for Canada
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  • April 19, 2014, 01:00

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Helen Zille, leader of the opposition Democratic Alliance, dances with supporters at a campaign rally in Hout Bay, Cape Town, on Thursday. The main opposition party has steadily increased its support base since 1994. Photograph: Nic Bothma/EPA

(...) mines, banks and other key sectors of the economy as well as the expropriation of land without(...)

(...) proportionally more in R&D than other sectors so you would expect a proportionally greater benefit(...)

(...) selloff in tech stocks, underscoring the challenges the internet and IT sectors face as corporate report(...)

Bank of Ireland chief executive Richie Boucher: “We see opportunities in construction and we would like to look at that.” Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

(...) “significant growth in agri-food”, with a strong start noted in other sectors such as motors. “We(...)

The fall in sales in cash terms comes against a backdrop of strong price competition

(...) take place in April this year. However other sectors such as clothes and garden equipment did(...)

Work it out for yourself – is it a maze or a hedge fund?

(...) to just 3.2 per cent when Cape levels were at their highest. The picture is a similar one for other(...)

(...) other momentum stocks such as electric car maker Tesla as well as the entire biotech sector have also(...)

(...) harder for sectors pushing through price hikes to hide behind the mob. So it was for insurance last week(...)

Ireland’s agriculture industry accounts for 32 per cent of the country’s greenhouse emissions, the highest in the European Union. The EU average is about 9 per cent. Photograph: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

Republic, along with a number of other countries, is obliged to reduce the emissions that come from sectors(...)

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