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Surveys for the Confederation of British Industry find that manufacturing, retails and services growth slowed in the second quarter.
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Tens of thousands of people attend rival rallies in Greece ahead of Sunday's crucial referendum on an international financial bailout.
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China's Shanghai Composite index has slumped about 30% since mid-June, wiping out most of this year's gains
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What does it take to restore an iconic aircraft?
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John Romain explains to BBC News how he and his team spent three years restoring a 1940s Spitfire to flying condition once again.
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Greece PM Alexis Tsipras urges voters to reject "blackmail" in Sunday's bailout referendum, as thousands gather for rival rallies in central Athens.
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The female entrepreneur who sells auto components to vehicle manufacturers in India.
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With banks in India still reluctant to lend money, start-ups are having to look elsewhere.
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Desperate to make their fortunes, many people in Madagascar are putting their lives at risk.
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Former hotelier Tapfumanei Shinya tells the BBC why managing his land over his mobile phone would never yield results.
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Oil and gas giant Shell is expected to begin drilling for oil in the Arctic within the next two weeks.
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Millions of bank and building society customers will get £10,000 less compensation if their bank goes bust, the Bank of England has announced
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Is click and collect a retailers nightmare?
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Uber has suspended its UberPOP taxi hailing app in France, according to newspaper Le Monde.
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Eurozone business activity rose at its fastest pace in four years in June, boosted by higher spending by consumers and businesses, a survey indicates.
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BBC Breakfast has visited Europe's longest cake production line at the Mr Kipling Factory in Barnsley, Yorkshire.
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Energy customers on pre-payment meters have been paying an average of £226 a year more than those on the cheapest direct debit tariff, Citizens Advice warns.
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Commuters could be set for a summer of delays as rail workers on several train routes vote for strike action.
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London's benchmark share index dips in early Friday trading as worries over the Greek debt crisis persisted.
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EE, the UK's largest mobile phone operator, is fined £1m by the regulator Ofcom for breaching rules on handling customer complaints.
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China will investigate suspected manipulation of the stock market, which has fallen dramatically in the past few weeks, state media report.
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Australia's national carrier, Qantas, will pay a one-off bonus payment of about 90m Australian dollars to employees affected by an 18-month wage freeze.
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South Korea will inject billions of dollars into its economy as it continues to struggle with falling exports and the outbreak of Mers.
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The rival "Yes" and "No" camps in Greece are set to hold major rallies in Athens ahead of Sunday's crucial referendum on a bailout deal.
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Shares in Asia were trading in negative territory on Friday after a mixed jobs report from the US, described by analysts as "solid but far from great".
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