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US agrees to launch dialogues with EU on threats posed by China

US agrees to launch dialogues with EU on threats posed by China

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Investors Cut Back On Asian FX Positions As Second-Wave Risks Mount

Bank Indonesia cut rates for a third time this year, bringing its benchmark policy rate to the lowest in two years amid growing calls from lawmakers to do more.

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Volvo Partners With Plugsurfing To Offer Europe-Wide Charging Service

Customers will be able to charge their car with a contactless charge card or smartphone app at any of Plugsurfing’s 200,000+ supported charging points in 38 European countries.

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US, European airline carriers want India to open international travel

US, European airline carriers want India to open international travel

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Motorola One Fusion+ To Be Launched Soon In India

Lenovo is all ready to enter the Indian market on 16 June after unveiling the powerful Motorola One Fusion+ in Europe.

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EasyJet Resumes Flying With COVID-19 Measures In Place

Capacity will be at about 30% of usual in the busy July to September season, easyJet said

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Nestle To Appeal Ban On 'Incredible Burger' Branding In Europe

The company filed with the European Food Safety Authority to market soy leghemoglobin, a genetically modified ingredient, that is key in making its Impossible burgers bleed like their animal counterparts.

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Nissan Considering 20,000 Job Cuts, Mainly In Europe, Developing Nations

The automaker in July last year it would cut 12,500 employees, nearly 10% of its of 140,000-strong workforce.

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Ryanair To Resume 40% Of July Flights With New Rules For Passengers

Europe's largest low-cost carrier, is to begin to fly 1,000 flights per day on July 1, up from a skeleton service of 30 flights per day it is currently operating

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Aurubis To Win EU Approval For Metallo Takeover

Aurubis agreed in May 2019 to buy Metallo as part of an acquisition-led expansion into other metals.

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Europe's Banks Brace For Bad Debt Build Up From Coronavirus Crisis

Analysts over the past 30 days have revised upward by almost 130% their expectations for loan loss provisions in 2020 by Europe's most important banks

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Global Markets: Stocks Head For Higher Ground, Oil Stuck In A Rut

Tokyo's Nikkei dropped 1.3% and MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan lost almost 1%, wiping out early week gains that had taken it to a one-month high.

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Banks Struggle To Ride To The Rescue In Europe's Cash Crunch Battle

Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank said on Monday they had received thousands of queries from mainly small and medium-sized business clients for the KfW credits.

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HSBC To Shed Assets Worth $100 Billion And Slash 35,000 Jobs Over Three Years

Europe's biggest bank by assets, which makes the bulk of its revenue in Asia, said profit before tax tumbled by a third to $13.35 billion in 2019, far below the average estimate of $20.03 billion from brokerages.

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German Industry Output Suffers Biggest Slump Since 2009

Industrial production tumbled by 3.5% on the month, undershooting expectations for a 0.2% fall, data from the Statistics Office showed.

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