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China’s baby formula fears
10 Apr 2013 1:58:55
China’s baby formula fears spark global restrictions
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Global sales of PCs fall 14% in the first three months this year, the biggest fall since research firm IDC began tracking the industry in 1994.
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The European Commission has warned that Spain and Slovenia must quickly tackle the imbalances in their economies.
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Police carry out a series of raids relating to the purchase of Rangers Football Club by Craig Whyte from Sir David Murray.
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A supporters' group takeover of Portsmouth is given the go-ahead after a High Court hearing.
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US President Barack Obama unveils a $3.77tn (£2.4tn) budget that proposes fresh taxes on the wealthy along with cuts to benefit programmes.
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Dutch authorities say some 50,000 tonnes of meat sold as beef across Europe since January 2011 may have contained horsemeat.
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UK hourly labour costs have fallen nearly two euros (£1.7; $2.6) below the European Union average, data from the EU's statistics agency show.
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Business Secretary Vince Cable says former HBOS chief James Crosby is right to have denounced his knighthood.
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The minutes of March's meeting of US Fed policymakers show some think its bond buying programme could be slowed down later this year.
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The boss of the world's biggest computer seller has defended her attack on the former management of Britain's Autonomy.
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US carmaker General Motors says it will invest 4bn euros in its European marques, Opel and Vauxhall.
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Nearly 700 jobs could be cut at Morrisons supermarkets as manual cash counting is replaced with machines in back offices.
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The European Commission has warned that Spain and Slovenia must quickly address the "imbalances" in their economies.
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Wal-Mart's Vudu video-streaming division warns users of a security breach after hard drives are stolen from its offices.
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The World Trade Organization cuts its trade growth forecast for 2013 because of risks from protectionism and the eurozone crisis.
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Progress in appointing more women to board-level roles at top UK firms has slowed, according to a survey.
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Past HBOS figures are coming under more pressure over the bank's collapse after ex-chief Sir James Crosby quit his current posts and offered to give up his knighthood.
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Craig Whyte is ordered to pay £18m to the finance firm Ticketus after losing a claim against him at the High Court in London.
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Qatar says it will buy $3bn of Egyptian bonds to help the crisis-hit economy recover.
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France's President Hollande calls for "eradication" of the world's tax havens, as he tries to repair damage caused by a tax scandal.
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The Slovenian government is coming under increasing pressure as international media speculation mounts over the country's finances.
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Spain's industrial output fell by 6.5% in February, figures show, as the eurozone's fourth largest economy remains mired in recession.
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Luxembourg, under growing pressure from both Europe and the United States to tackle tax evasion, is to relax the secrecy surrounding its banks from 2015.
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Banks should tell customers when their savings increase beyond the level that would be guaranteed if the institution collapsed, MPs suggest.
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