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Honeywell, DuPont fingered for collusion

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The European Commission has taken action against US chemical companies Honeywell and DuPont on suspicion that of collusion.


    EU to consider Ukraine funding request

    Oct 21 2014 17:30

    Ukraine has requested an extra €2bn and EU authorities will consider the loan request together with the International Monetary Fund, a spokesperson says.


    Russia bans fruit, vegetables from Ukraine

    Oct 21 2014 15:30

    Russia will impose a temporary ban on fruit and vegetable imports from Ukraine because of a lack of labelling, says Russia's agricultural watchdog.


    Syrian ministers, UAE firm hit with sanctions

    Oct 21 2014 15:15

    The European Union has imposed sanctions on 12 Syrian ministers, two senior military figures and a United Arab Emirates company.


    UK needs to build extra 60 000 homes: Lloyds

    Oct 21 2014 11:30

    Lloyds Banking Group says at least 60 000 new homes need to be built in Britain every year above the current level of supply to ease the country's housing shortage.


    China posts slowest growth since global crisis

    Oct 21 2014 09:47

    China's economic growth has slowed to its weakest since the global financial crisis as a slumping property market dragged on manufacturing and investment.


    China best place to invest, say US execs

    Oct 21 2014 09:07

    China has the strongest foreign investment opportunities with Britain second and Germany third, according to a survey of US corporate executives.


    India starts privatising coal mines

    Oct 21 2014 10:46

    India's government has pledged to open up its coal mining industry to private firms as Prime Minister Narenda Modi promised reforms to revive the ailing economy.


    Japan stores angle for coffee market crown

    Oct 21 2014 10:22

    Japan's convenience store operators are jostling for eminence in a famously cut-throat industry, with a successful product for the market's top players - coffee.


    Bonus time: Workers get cars, homes, diamonds

    Oct 21 2014 05:00

    A diamond merchant in India's Gujarat state has gifted cars, flats and jewellery to 1 200 employees as a reward for meeting targets.


    US not complying with meat labelling ruling

    Oct 20 2014 19:45

    The US has not done enough to change its meat labelling rules after losing a World Trade Organization challenge brought by Mexico and Canada, says the WTO.

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    UK big grocers can learn from France

    Oct 20 2014 18:03

    The success of French retailers in stopping the advance of discounters in the last five years shows a way out of the crisis embroiling Britain's "big four" grocers.


    Russia and Ukraine seek gas deal

    Oct 20 2014 15:56

    A tentative agreement between the Ukrainian and Russian presidents has raised hopes of ending a dispute in which Moscow has halted natural gas supplies to Kiev.

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