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ACCC defers decision on Royal Dutch Shell's $US70b BG Group takeover
Royal Dutch Shell Group will have to wait a bit longer for Australian regulatory clearance of its proposed $US70 billion ($99.4 billion) takeover of BG Group after the national competition authority delayed its decision on the deal.
EU regulators clear Shell's takeover of BG Group  
Shell still has to prove its BG Group takeover is a slick deal  
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The glamorous multi-millionaire founder of luxury fashion website Net-a-Porter has walked out of her company after a clash with the new chief executive.
... * Expected to cut inflation forecasts. * Will hold back on policy action. * ECB may raise prospect to more QE. By Balazs Koranyi.
The IMF urged the world's leading central banks on Thursday to refrain from raising interest rates in a bid to boost spending in the global economy when risks to growth were mounting.
The company said on Tuesday it had agreed to pay USD 425 million for Steritech, which operates in the US and Canada, subject to US regulatory approval.
Rebekah Brooks will return to her role as chief executive officer of News Corp.'s U.K. subsidiary, four years after resigning from Rupert Murdoch's company in the wake of a phone-hacking scandal at the now-defunct News of the World tabloid.

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