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Japanese beermaker Kirin says a Sao Paulo court has cleared it to take over family-run Brazilian brewer, Schincariol.
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Hong Kong is to resume a programme to subsidise home purchases after public frustration over sky-high property prices.
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Japan's core machinery orders jump in August as Japanese manufacturers continue to recover from the earthquake and tsunami.
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A Stirling University researcher connects relationship satisfaction with the oral contraception used by women.
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An Edinburgh-based company is among developers who have secured leases for areas of the seabed, including off the Western Isles.
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The captain of a container ship that ran aground off the coast of New Zealand and is leaking fuel oil has been arrested and charged, officials say.
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A group of scientists in Cornwall are measuring how grains of sands move up and down the beach and then adapting coastal defences in response to their findings.
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US lawmakers have passed a bill that could punish China for the artificially low value of the yuan.
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Meerkats recognise another member of their social group by the sound of their voice, according to scientists.
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US Senate Republicans block President Barack Obama's $447bn (£287bn) jobs bill in a procedural vote.
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In the city where doctors first pioneered ultrasound the same technology is now being used to treat broken bones.
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Domestic workers in Malaysia remain in short supply because of a continuing ban by Indonesia.
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A trade deal is close as the South Korean president visits the United States.
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The Bangladeshi government is looking to make foreign job searching easier and cut out middlemen.
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The US Senate votes through a bill which aims to punish china for keeping its currency artificially undervalued.
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Despite a sharp rise in profits, US aluminium-maker Alcoa announces quarterly results that fall well short of analysts' expectations.
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Closer integration is the answer to the debt crisis, says Pirelli boss
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How China overtook everyone else in the school race
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The National Football League announces that it could play at least one regular-season game in the UK for the next five years.
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Two leading credit rating agencies downgrade some of Spain's largest banks, citing a deteriorating outlook for the Spanish economy.
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Slovakia's parliament votes against measures to bolster the powers of the eurozone bailout fund, seen as vital in combating the bloc's debt crisis.
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Uganda's parliament orders President Museveni's government to suspend all oil deals amid claims top officials received multi-million dollar bribes.
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US bargain retailer 99 Cents Only Stores agrees a takeover bid by a private equity firm and Canadian pension agency worth $1.6bn.
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International financial inspectors say they have reached agreement with Greece on reforms to put the nation's troubled economy back on track.
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Ice cream maker Ben and Jerry's announces its support for the Occupy Wall Street protest movement on the firm's company blog.
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