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It’s one of the biggest thefts in history. More than $4 billion from Malaysian’s state-owned investment fund was siphoned off and the money spent on items including a private jet, a super-yacht, mansions and even Hollywood movie The Wolf of Wall Street. The 1MDB corruption scandal toppled the Malaysian government and set off investigations across
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Jugyeom, or nine times roasted bamboo salt, sometimes also known as purple bamboo salt, can cost almost $100 for an 8.5-ounce jar. To make bamboo salt, sea salt must be repeatedly roasted inside of bamboo at temperatures over 800 degrees celsius. The goal is to enrich the salt with minerals and to reduce toxicity. But
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► Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube: http://bit.ly/FTimeSubs James Kynge, FT emerging markets editor, explains in 90 seconds how record capital outflows from China and tightening controls by Beijing are affecting companies and individuals. For more video content from the Financial Times, visit http://www.FT.com/video Twitter https://twitter.com/ftvideo Facebook https://www.facebook.com/financialtimes
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The Netherlands is the world’s second-largest exporter of food. But right now, its livestock sector is facing a controversial environmental challenge: reducing its nitrogen emissions. Along with that, farmers also have some tough longer-term climate change targets to hit. The FT’s Mehreen Khan finds out how they’re tackling the problems and whether their strategies are
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Are you stuck at your desk dreaming of another working life? Many consider switching careers but few are brave enough to do it. The FT’s Emma Jacobs wants to know what it’s like to leave a job as a teacher and enter the very different world of coding or software programming, and how to do
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Lightning Ridge is a small mining town outside of New South Wales, Australia renowned for its black opal, which can sell for over $10,000 per carat. But even for an expert miner, finding high-quality black opal isn’t easy. After investing tens of thousands of dollars, a miner might not find a single gem. But as
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Indigenous people in Zapotitlán have been hand-making salt here for over 2,000 years. Today, producers can’t make enough money to sustain themselves. Many have abandoned their salt lands, but one producer is determined to keep his business alive. For more information, visit Juan’s Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/juandiego.hernandezcortes MORE STILL STANDING VIDEOS: How Indian Potters Are Reinventing
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Over the past 12 months Covid-19 has curtailed countless business activities, but not money laundering. The UN estimates some $1.6tn is laundered every year, and authorities say lockdown measures have presented criminals with even greater opportunities to commit offences. But why is this, and what are countries doing to fight back? See if you get
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If renewable energy is going to provide a steady source of energy to power grids, we need to find ways of storing it. Lithium-ion batteries are currently the dominant technology, but new rivals are emerging. These include vanadium batteries, hydrogen, and even volcanic rocks. Could they offer a serious challenge to lithium-ion’s supremacy? #sustainability ►
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After studying hundreds of people both rich and poor, author Tom Corley reveals the one thing most self-made millionaires do when they first wake up. Business Insider tells you all you need to know about business, finance, tech, science, retail, and more. Subscribe to our channel and visit us at: http://www.businessinsider.com/ BI on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/businessinsider/ BI on
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Silicon Valley is about to commercialize revolutionary technology that will enable huge breakthroughs in the battle against global warming. #TheSpark #BloombergQuicktake #Green ——– Like this video? Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/Bloomberg?sub_confirmation=1 Become a Quicktake Member for exclusive perks: http://www.youtube.com/bloomberg/join QuickTake Originals is Bloomberg’s official premium video channel. We bring you insights and analysis from business, science, and technology
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► Read more at https://on.ft.com/30g2dvH The FT’s Jamie Smyth says internal party wrangling, the political system and a growing culture of negative campaigning are behind Australia’s poisonous politics ► Subscribe to FT.com here: http://bit.ly/2GakujT ► Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube: http://bit.ly/FTimeSubs For more video content from the Financial Times, visit http://www.FT.com/video Twitter https://twitter.com/ftvideo
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The FT’s legal commentator David Allen Green explains why the Northern Ireland Protocol will continue to dominate rows over Brexit. Written and narrated by David Allen Green, produced by Tom Hannen. See if you get the FT for free as a student (http://ft.com/schoolsarefree) or start a £1 trial: https://subs.ft.com/spa3_trial?segmentId=3d4ba81b-96bb-cef0-9ece-29efd6ef2132 ► Check out our Community tab
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The founder of GMO, known for calling several of the biggest market turns of recent decades, talks to the FT’s US finance editor Robert Armstrong about his fears for a stock market crash in 2021. See if you get the FT for free as a student (http://ft.com/schoolsarefree) or start a £1 trial: https://subs.ft.com/spa3_trial?segmentId=3d4ba81b-96bb-cef0-9ece-29efd6ef2132 ► Check
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Hin Leong was one of the most powerful and secretive names in Asia’s oil trading industry. But an epic gamble by its founder Lim Oon Kuin left the Singaporean company badly exposed, eventually leading to its collapse. #Singapore #Oil #Storylines ——– Like this video? Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/Bloomberg?sub_confirmation=1 QuickTake Originals is Bloomberg’s official premium video channel. We
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