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Shares in Asia open in negative territory on Tuesday after mainland China saw a dramatic sell-off the previous day.
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A factory which had made up to 41,000 fake Apple iPhones has been caught in China leading to nine arrests.
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VIDEO: 'My GDP diary...'
27 Jul 2015 3:19:44
BBC News explains how your daily activities can influence the calculation of GDP, or Gross Domestic Product., a key economic indicator.
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What's putting the brakes on driverless cars?
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Homes in the UK are being bought by foreigners with "plundered or laundered cash", David Cameron is to warn.
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China's biggest online search engine Baidu missed analysts' expectations as profits took a hit from investment redirected elsewhere.
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Shares in mainland China have recorded their biggest one-day fall for more than eight years following a sell-off towards the end of the trading day.
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In an effort to prop up its stock market, Chinese regulators said they are continuing their purchase of shares.
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Burger King has credited the return of its "chicken fries" for helping to drive a better-than-expected rise in second quarter profit.
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The amount of pension liberation fraud more than tripled in April, the month after new pension freedoms were introduced, figures suggest
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One of India's richest men, Yusuffali Kader, has bought the original Scotland Yard site in Whitehall for £110m.
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The outlook for the eurozone has improved, says the IMF, but it adds that the region is still "vulnerable to shocks".
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Consumers can exchange old mobile phones for instant gift vouchers at catalogue retailer Argos.
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The jury in the trial of Tom Hayes, the trader charged with rigging global Libor interest rates, has retired to digest nine weeks of evidence.
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Negotiators from Greece's creditors have begun arriving in Athens to start discussions on a third multi-billion euro bailout deal.
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GVC Holdings raises its bid for rival gaming firm Bwin to about £1bn, topping a rival offer from 888 Holdings.
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Payday lender Cash Genie faces a £20m compensation bill after charging customers £50 to transfer them to the firm's debt collection business.
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Estate agents are urging politicians to push on with house building as demand from potential buyers picks up.
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The FTSE 100 starts the week lower, with shares in Merlin down 5% after it warns that profits will be hit by the rollercoaster crash at its Alton Towers theme park.
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Alton Towers owner Merlin Entertainments says the rollercoaster accident at the theme park could affect profits by as much as £47m.
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Irish airline Ryanair reports a 25% rise in quarterly profits and says its full-year results will be at the top end of forecasts.
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Swiss bank UBS reports a 53% increase in net profit for its second quarter compared to the previous year.
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Shares across Asia are in negative territory in early trading on Monday after a poor week on Wall Street.
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David Cameron says business deals worth more than £750m will be made during his tour of South East Asia, as the UK seeks to tap into its "dynamic market".
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US regulators impose a record fine of $105m (£67.6m) on Fiat Chrysler over a recall failure.
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