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Golf-Rookie An lands runaway win for Korea at Wentworth
(Adds details, quotes) By Tony Jimenez VIRGINIA WATER, England, May 24 (Reuters) - South Korean An Byeong Hun became only the third European Tour rookie to win the BMW PGA Championship in the 60-year history of the event when he roared to a spectacular six-shot victory on Sunday. The 23-year-old went into the final round in a tie for the lead with Italian Francesco Molinari and pieced together a nerveless seven-under-par 65 to finish with a 21-under total of 267 on a grey but humid day at Wentworth. An's triumph earned him a cheque for 833,330 euros ($917,913) and meant he joined British pair Bernard Gallacher(1969) and Scott Drummond (2004) as rookie winners of the tour's flagship event.

Choi holds nerve to win SK Telecom Open
Choi jin-ho hits a shot during the final round of the SK Telecom Open in Seoul on May 24, 2015South Korea's Choi Jin-Ho held his nerve to sink an 18-foot birdie putt at the final hole to win the SK Telecom Open on Sunday -- just one stroke ahead of his young compatriot, Lee Soo-Min. Choi, who had led the field after every round, closed with a par 72 round to finish the tournament in Incheon on 10 under. Australian Dimitrios Papadatos (68), New Zealander Gareth Paddison (69) and Koreans KT Kim (70), Wang Jeung-Hun (73) and Park Jae-Bum (70) were tied for third two shots behind the winner.

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Botswana's growth to remain above 4 pct: central bank
View of diamond cutting factory in Botswana's capital GaboroneGABORONE (Reuters) - Botswana's economy received a sizable boost from a 10 billion pula ($1 billion) jump in the balance of payments in 2014 from the previous year, which should help maintain annual growth above 4 percent, its central bank governor said on Monday.

Portugal, like Europe, loses hunger for reform
By John O'Donnell and Axel Bugge SINTRA, Portugal (Reuters) - Celebrated among Europe's elite as a model of how to reform an economy after a debt binge, Portugal's enthusiasm for change has waned as Europe loses its appetite for further belt-tightening. With Greece's future in the euro uncertain, after its leftist government all but tore up a reform-for-aid deal, Europe's policy setters are putting an extra shine on other countries that were bailed out - in part to avoid a spillover. "l compared the case of Portugal to the film 'Match Point'," Jose Manuel Barroso, the former president of the European Commission, and one-time prime minister of Portugal, told Reuters, referring to Woody Allen's film.
   

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