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News • British Broadcasting Corporation
Official figures show that India's economy is growing at an annual rate of more than 7%, the fastest of any major country.
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Tata's head of strategy says it would be better for our business if the UK stayed in the European Union.
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Finance minister, Arun Jaitley, tells the BBC this is the moment for India's "economic miracle" to take hold.
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The BBC's business editor, Kamal Ahmed, speaks to Indian Finance Minister Arun Jaitley about his country's ambitious attempts to reform.
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Toyota says it will gradually restart work at its Tianjin plants two weeks after deadly chemical explosions in the Chinese port city.
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India remains one of the world's fastest-growing economies - as China slows, can India take its place as the world's economic powerhouse?
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Chinese shares return to positive territory after massive losses earlier in the week rocked markets around the globe.
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Sainsbury's has given its shop workers a 4% pay rise, the highest increase for store employees in more than a decade.
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Karishma Vaswani returns to India after five years - how's it doing?
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Why is India's economy rising so rapidly? BBC News looks at the factors helping India compete on the world stage.
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The watchmaker who travels the globe to deliver
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Kickstarter raised it £2.3m but drone maker struggles to meet hopes
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So your child wants to be a games designer
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For 2,000 years Chinese people have relieved stress by having a foot massage, now it's the only way Mr Qi can relax.
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An invasive caterpillar that feeds on hedges is starting to spread from its established base in London across the UK.
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Federal Reserve official William Dudley has said that a US rate rise in September now "seems less compelling".
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A Chinese state-owned engineering company signs a deal with Africa's richest man, Aliko Dangote, to build factories for his cement company.
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How China's slowdown has pushed the oil price lower
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Tata Steel is to cut 250 jobs and mothball its plant in Newport, it is reported.
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Chinese police investigate four securities brokerage firms for possible stock manipulation amid market turmoil.
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Black holes preserve information about the things that fall into them, according to Prof Stephen Hawking.
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European stock markets follow Chinese shares lower on Wednesday after Beijing's fresh interest rate cut fails to stem the losses.
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Bonuses paid to UK workers during the year 2014-15 were close to the level they were at before the financial crisis, new official figures show.
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YouTube will launch its spin-off platform for video gamers, YouTube Gaming, on Wednesday evening.
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The new boss of McDonald's UK tells the BBC that zero-hours contracts are fair because they help staff stay flexible.
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