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Beijing wants to break up Alipay and create a separate app for the company’s highly profitable loans business, Norway’s voters will weigh in on the country’s petroleum production in what’s being called a “climate election,” and a new analysis found that Ireland is failing to keep US Big Tech companies in check. Plus, the FT’s Laurence Fletcher explains why hedge funds are muscling into Silicon Valley and making a record number of deals.
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Beijing to break up Ant’s Alipay and force creation of separate loans app
Norway’s oil rises to top of election agenda as climate fears grow – with Richard Milne
Ireland ‘fails’ to enforce EU law against Big Tech
Hedge funds muscle in to Silicon Valley with private deals – with Laurence Fletcher
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