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Newround: what Tuesday's business pages say

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13th March, 2012
Tuesday's business pages

Top stories from today's business pages:

* Regulator to discuss claims that RTE manipulated the audience for the presidential debate, p.1.

* Chinese trade balance shows big decline in exports, Business supplement, p.1.

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