Democrats probe post office, Italy’s economy shows signs of life, chocolate sales slump
Senior Democrats have called the US postmaster general to testify before Congress amid election fears, pharmaceutical group CureVac has ruled out selling a vaccine at cost, and Italy's businesses enjoy a better than expected rebound from coronavirus. Plus, the FT’s Emiko Terazono on why the decline of travel is bad for the chocolate industry.
Democrats call postal chief to testify in US mail voting row
CureVac vows ‘ethical margin’ on price of Covid-19 vaccine
Italy’s businesses enjoy ‘better than expected’ virus rebound
Choc waves: how coronavirus shook the cocoa market
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