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The AA estimates motorists are losing out to the tune of almost £40m because of the way the new tax disc system works, although the DVLA disputes the figures.
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Markets in Asia were mostly up on Monday, following stocks in the US, which ended the week higher after recovering losses.
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China's President Xi Jinping meets the head of Taiwan's ruling party later on Monday in the highest level talks between the two sides since 2009.
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One of Australia's biggest lenders, Westpac, missed expectations and posted a cash profit of 3.78bn Australian dollars ($2.98bn; £1.96bn) for the six months to March.
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The female Kenyan brewer taking on a global drinks giant
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Why some in the US are losing their love of McDonald's
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Drivers for Germany's Deutsche Bahn plan a week-long strike to start on Monday, their eighth walkout in 10 months of wage negotiations.
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Manny Pacquiao's fists of economic fury
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New radar technology will enable drones to be detected more easily
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Silicon Valley entrepreneur Dave Goldberg, husband of Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, dies aged 47, his family says.
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The cost of battling drug resistant diseases
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Interactive video on why we change what we buy
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Wall Street ends the week higher as stocks rebound from Thursday's falls, but LinkedIn shares sink 18% after disappointing first-quarter results.
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Telsa Motors, the US company which makes electric cars, has unveiled a new battery it says can power homes using solar panels.
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Two titans of Asian business and technology battle for the contract to build America's first bullet train.
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One of the leading operators of masts for mobile phones in Africa, Eaton Towers, has put together $350m for new acquisitions, alongside a major deal in Egypt.
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Evans Cycles has been sold in a deal thought to value the retailer at about £100m.
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Does Hollywood pose a threat to Bollywood?
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After seeing the carnival and a rum distillery, the BBC's Lerato Mbele asks if Seychelles really is all it's cracked up to be.
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The story of Takamaka Bay rum, a dark rum distilled, manufactured and exported by two brothers in the Seychelles.
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Looking to diversify and develop its so-called "blue economy", the Seychelles is investing in its tuna-fishing sector.
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Aramco, the Saudi state oil company, is to be separated from the oil ministry as part of a wider restructuring.
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Consumer borrowing surged by £1.2bn between February and March, the largest rise since the financial crisis, according to figures from the Bank of England.
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How did the Seychelles manage to meet their millennium development goals? The BBC's Lerato Mbele speaks to President James Michel.
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A major global commercial fair - Milan Expo 2015 - opens in northern Italy with feeding the planet as its theme.
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