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The long-awaited Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) has been signed in New Zealand. So who are the winners and losers?
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What do trade agreements do?
04 Feb 2016 0:30:40
The BBC's Andrew Walker explains what trade agreements actually do
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Experts at Cambridge University have developed a new trailer design that makes lorries more aerodynamic - cutting fuel consumption and pollution by around 7%.
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Zimbabwe's growing market for coffins
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The dairy farm converting manure into methane to power homes.
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The ambitious Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) is formally signed in Auckland even as the US struggles to get the pact ratified in Congress.
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Energy company SSE has said it expects to close three out of four units at its Fiddler's Ferry coal fired power plant in Cheshire.
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Former head of the International Monetary Fund, Dominique Strauss-Kahn is joining the board of a bank owned by one of Ukraine's richest men.
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Wells Fargo reaches an agreement with US authorities to pay $1.2bn to settle claims in improperly certified loans for federal mortgage insurance.
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Claims management company Rebus goes into administration, marking one of the biggest failures of a crowdfunded company in the UK.
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British Airways will resume flights to Tehran from July, its parent company said on Wednesday.
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Sales of SUVs and pick-up trucks in North America helped General Motors to achieve improved profits last year.
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The Rail, Maritime and Transport union will recommend its members accept a pay and conditions deal for the Night Tube service, its executive decides.
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GlaxoSmithKline reports buoyant sales of new drugs in the three months to December, helping to compensate for declines in older medicines.
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The man in charge of Britain's first new nuclear power plant in 20 years is to leave the project for a new job in America.
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Air travel across Pakistan is badly disrupted by a strike against plans to privatise the national carrier Pakistan International Airlines.
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Shares in Johnston Press rose on Wednesday after the media group said it expected a major reduction in its pension scheme deficit.
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US car giant Ford announces plans to cut jobs, improve efficiency and save $200m a year in Europe.
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The chairman of Syngenta has denied that the proposed $43bn (£30bn) takeover by ChemChina amounts to a Chinese nationalisation of the Swiss agribusiness giant.
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The UK's dominant services sector maintains its growth in January, according to the latest PMI survey.
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Tanya Beckett explains changes to the way personal data is transferred between the US and European Union.
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Shares of Chinese smartphone and PC-maker Lenovo plunge by more than 10% after it reports quarterly revenues down for the first time in more than six years.
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LVMH shares rose more than 6% after posting record annual sales last year despite weakness in China, although profits were lower than expected.
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Shares of National Australia Bank (NAB) tumble by 5.7% after the lender prices shares of its Clydesdale Bank at 180p.
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Chinese chemicals group ChemChina offers more than $43bn (£30bn) to take over Swiss agribusiness giant Syngenta.
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