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Eurozone crisis continues to dominate; Britain faces a lost decade of austerity; ESRI warns on growth; Murdoch hangs on; Quinn could be merged with VHI as premiums rise; Rent don't buy as slump to continue.

30th November, 2011
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* Global businesses make contingency plans for possible eurozone break-up

* Britain braces for “debt storm” and another five years of austerity.

* Britain now faces a “lost decade”, writes Martin Wolf.

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