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Indian state of Kerala announces alcohol ban
22/8/2014 9:54
Indian state of Kerala announces alcohol banAuthorities in Kerala have announced a ban on alcohol to tackle a growing abuse problem in the southern Indian state, a popular tourist destination.
Puma buys stake to aid Dortmund's pursuit of Bayern
21/8/2014 16:19
Puma buys stake to aid Dortmund's pursuit of BayernSponsors Puma, Evonik and Signal Iduna will buy a stake in Borussia Dortmund as the Ruhr Valley club raises funds to compete with Bayern Munich, the German league champions.
European equities before Yellen speech
22/8/2014 14:30
European stocks fell Friday in cautious deals before a key speech from US Federal Reserve chief Janet Yellen, with London also subdued before a long holiday weekend, dealers said.
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European equities before Yellen speechEuropean equities before Yellen speech
22/8/2014 14:30
European stocks fell Friday in cautious deals before a key speech from US Federal Reserve chief Janet Yellen, with London also subdued before a long holiday weekend, dealers said.
 
Netanyahu deletes tweet using image of beheaded journalistNetanyahu deletes tweet using image of beheaded journalist
22/8/2014 12:00
The Israeli Prime Minister's office deleted a tweet, which controversially used an image from the execution of US journalist James Foley.
 
Indian state of Kerala announces alcohol banIndian state of Kerala announces alcohol ban
22/8/2014 9:54
Authorities in Kerala have announced a ban on alcohol to tackle a growing abuse problem in the southern Indian state, a popular tourist destination.
 
Puma buys stake to aid Dortmund's pursuit of BayernPuma buys stake to aid Dortmund's pursuit of Bayern
21/8/2014 16:19
Sponsors Puma, Evonik and Signal Iduna will buy a stake in Borussia Dortmund as the Ruhr Valley club raises funds to compete with Bayern Munich, the German league champions.
 
Bank of England divided on need for rate riseBank of England divided on need for rate rise
20/8/2014 16:19
The Bank of England is divided on whether to maintain record-low interest rates as minutes published revealed its first split vote for more than three years.
 
Vehicle sales slide amid further expected headwindsVehicle sales slide amid further expected headwinds
20/8/2014 4:26
While capital expenditure is projected at a record R7.9bn for the motor industry, the reality is that the outlook for the sector this year has proved to be challenging as new cars and commercial vehicle sales declined during the second quarter of this year.
 
Huge restructuring at BHPHuge restructuring at BHP
20/8/2014 4:10
BHP Billiton appears to be promising to give South Africa a fair share of representation in the massive restructuring of the business via a demerger which will create an independent global metals and mining company focused on aluminium, coal, manganese, nickel and silver.
 
Two shot and wounded, 31 arrested in Ferguson: PoliceTwo shot and wounded, 31 arrested in Ferguson: Police
19/8/2014 11:37
Two people were shot and wounded and 31 arrested Monday in the latest night of unrest in the Missouri town of Ferguson rocked by a racially charged killing
 
Moller-Maersk second quarter profit surges to 2.25$Moller-Maersk second quarter profit surges to 2.25$
19/8/2014 10:42
Danish shipping and oil group AP Moller-Maersk said on Tuesday its second quarter net profit almost tripled to 2.25 billion dollars, boosted by the sale of a majority stake in a supermarket chain.
 
Vietnam firm to sue Chinese contractor for abandoning power projectVietnam firm to sue Chinese contractor for abandoning power project
19/8/2014 10:23
A Vietnamese power company said Tuesday it would sue Chinese contractors for stopping construction on a multimillion-dollar hydropower project, leaving the work unfinished.
 
Metair posts slowdown in earningsMetair posts slowdown in earnings
19/8/2014 3:34
The earnings of Metair, the JSE-listed original equipment manufacturer (OEM) in the automotive industry, have suffered due to the dilution resulting from the acquisition of Turkish operation Mutlu Akü.
 
Foreign investment in China slumps in July: GovtForeign investment in China slumps in July: Govt
18/8/2014 10:23
Foreign direct investment (FDI) into China dropped by more than a sixth year-on-year to a two-year low in July.
 
Brussels pleads with Germany to let wages riseBrussels pleads with Germany to let wages rise
17/8/2014 4:19
Germany must increase workers' salaries to help its neighbours out of the economic slump, the European Union's employment commissioner Laszlo Andor said Saturday.
 
Britain's economy 'halfway' to recovery: Bank ChiefBritain's economy 'halfway' to recovery: Bank Chief
17/8/2014 3:47
Britain's economy is "more than halfway" down the path to full recovery, but any interest rate rises will be "limited" and "gradual", Bank of England (BoE) boss Mark Carney said Sunday.
 
50,000 smart cars recalled in China50,000 smart cars recalled in China
15/8/2014 15:13
A total of 50,144 Smart cars were being recalled in China due to a defective belt drive, Chinese authorities said Friday.
 






 

 




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