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Arbitration between international companies is increasing
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Pizza Hut Delivery is to open at least 100 new stores across the UK by 2014 in a move backed by investment of £20m.
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Inside Out examines why the traditional crime of sheep rustling is on the increase across the UK countryside.
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Taiwan government's decision to allow more migrant workers generates a mixed reaction among the country's workforce and factory owners.
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Jordan imports 96% of its energy and with rising oil prices, it has been a big squeeze on the cash-strapped government.
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Chief Secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander denies Britain is heading for a triple dip recession, but says the road to economic recovery is "longer and harder" than expected.
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China's economic growth rate may be gathering pace again, as the government releases strong industrial output and retail sales figures.
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Danny Alexander tells multinational firms that paying UK tax is an obligation, not "a voluntary choice" they can make to please their customers.
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One in six UK charities questioned for a survey say they fear they may have to close in 2013 due to public spending cuts and falling donations, the Charities Aid Foundation has said.
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Campaigners "protesting against the Autumn Statement" take part in marches in Manchester and Liverpool.
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A further £50m of funding to reopen a tungsten mine near Plymouth is secured, the company behind the project says.
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Tax avoidance campaigners say they are protesting at UK Starbucks cafes, despite the firm's pledge to pay millions of pounds of extra corporation tax.
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There is a price war going on in the world of mortgages with some lenders dropping their rates by as much as a third. Philip Hampsheir has been finding out whether now is a good time to remortgage.
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BBC News business editor Robert Peston talks to Matthew Stadlen about making the switch from newspapers to broadcasting, how he sees his role as a journalist, the thrill of getting a scoop and why he loves Twitter.
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Brokers say the choice of home loans is growing
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How Cuba's troublesome weed could power the country
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A British company has just signed the first foreign investment deal in Cuba in a long time - a project to build a renewable energy power plant, to run a sugar mill and power a wide area of housing and businesses.
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The Shenzhen street where the Chinese go electronics shopping
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Canada's government approves the sale of oil company Nexen to state-owned Chinese firm CNOOC, but says it will block any such future takeovers.
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Christine Lagarde urges US leaders to reach a deal to avoid the so-called fiscal cliff, warning that the uncertainty is damaging the global economy.
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Maria van der Hoeven, Executive Director at the IEA, says EU demand for Russian gas could pick up in the long term after falling for a number of years due to the global economic crisis and the availability of cheap coal.
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Colourful vintage-style satchels prove a success
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The US adds a surprise 146,000 new jobs in November, cutting the jobless rate to 7.7%, as the economy shrugs off storm Sandy.
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The Isle of Man government confirms it will sign a tax information sharing agreement with the UK government to combat tax evasion.
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Italian car giant Fiat says it will cut 1,500 jobs in Poland due to the weak car market in Europe.
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