Germany pushes Brussels to allow member states to block exports of coronavirus vaccines produced in the EU

Facing a shortfall in vaccine supplies and slow pace of vaccinations, the EU is debating how to restrict exports of coronavirus vaccines, India’s farmers are angry about agricultural reforms that could erode the state-run model and boost private agribusiness, and the plant-based food company Beyond Meat partners with Pepsico. Plus, a serious look at silly prices in the stock market with the FT’s markets editor, Katie Martin. 


Germany presses Brussels for powers to block vaccine exports

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Investor anxiety mounts over prospect of stock market ‘bubble’

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IMF expects US, China to recover most strongly from the virus economic hit

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Farmers flood into New Delhi to vent anger over agriculture reforms

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Narendra Modi’s ‘noble’ wait for a Covid jab makes him camera shy

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