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A Chinese company has found a way to create 3D printed homes for just $4,800, which take less than 24 hours to build. If the idea takes off, could this help solve our housing shortages?
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Nigeria: a textbook example of the fragility of emerging middle class in Africa. on.ft.com/1ntZvZz 
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This also shows the immense economic potential of Nigeria's people, alongside the real progress that has been made. Don't underestimate the social impact of that change. 
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We've just announced the shortlist for the FT/IFC Transformational Business Awards, which reward innovation in tackling social and environmental challenges. The shortlist includes Citi, Standard Chartered and YES Bank. Find out more: http://on.ft.com/TransBiz
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Migrant workers make up nearly a fifth of the Chinese population and, with average wages of about $14 a day, they are at the upper end of middle class incomes in emerging markets. We meet two of them: #China  
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Sina Weibo's US listing has many similarities to Twitter, but is it likely to fly as high? The Twitter-like Chinese messaging service heads for an IPO this week. It does not look set to follow Twitter's first day pop – where shares soared over 70 per cent – even after cutting the amount it wanted to raise almost in half.
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How a historic English country estate works in the 21st century:
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Dive in with penguins on Antarctica's first snorkelling holiday:
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Sales of vinyl records in the UK have increased more than 270% over the past 5 years, according to industry data. The return of 'analogue' and the art form is giving new hope to an embattled music industry. What was the last vinyl record you bought? 
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Thanks to two decades of macroeconomic stability, and a decade of rising employment and wage growth driven by the commodity price boom, #Brazil has been on a consumption binge.  Much of it has been fuelled by easy access to consumer credit. Today, though, the model has reached a limit: http://on.ft.com/1l89QsB
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+Alex Christie Agreed. you do not fund a sustainable economy based on selling credit to people who cannot afford it in the first place.
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What makes Mike Ashley's empire tick - an investigation by me and Andrea Felsted.
Sports Direct has no official outpost in Verbier. But most weeks in winter, Mike Ashley, the sporting goods retailer’s mercurial founder, rewards small groups of top-performing staff with a stay in his chalet, complete with private chef. The
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