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British firms lagging when it comes to low-carbon investment

UK companies are falling behind when it comes to low-carbon investment, contributing just 3 per cent of the total spent on low-carbon capital and R&D initiatives.

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Banknote producer De La Rue unveils £35m cost-cutting plan

High security printer De La Rue is to cut costs in a bid to regenerate its fortunes after it failed to win a lucrative contract to produce the new UK blue passports

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Oil drops nearly 4 per cent as coronavirus spreads beyond China

The price of oil falls by nearly 4 per cent as the rapid spread of the coronavirus outside China alarms investors

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Korean workers stay at home as country grapples with coronavirus outbreak

Employees of some major Korean companies self-quarantine or are asked to stay at home as the country scrambles to contain hundreds of coronavirus infections.

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Chinese biotech teams up with GlaxoSmithKline to develop coronavirus vaccine

Chinese biotech company Clover Biopharmaceuticals teams up with GlaxoSmithKline to help develop its protein-based coronavirus vaccine

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Chinese warehouses see steel inventories reach record levels as demand reaches a standstill

Steel makers and traders in China report record inventories as the coronavirus outbreak brings construction and manufacturing activities to a standstill

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Investors increase bullish bets on Russian bonds in response to suggested rate cuts

Investors are increasing bullish bets on Russian bonds in response to suggested rate cuts by central bank

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Honda delays plans to restart operations at Wuhan plant

Honda further delays operations at Wuhan plant after Chinese authorities urged firms to stay away from the coronavirus epicentre longer

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FTSE 100 drops amid coronavirus fears

FTSE 100 drops as coronavirus fears prompt investors to rethink exposure to risky assets

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Coronavirus could cost the global economy more than $1trn

The coronavirus could cost the global economy more than $1trn if it becomes a worldwide pandemic, according to Oxford Economics

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Laura Ashley's losses deepen but shares soar on news of a £20m loan deal

Poor sales and rising costs blamed for clothing and furnishing retailer Laura Ashley’s growing losses

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Tech giants face huge fines under new rules by Irish regulator

Privacy watchdog received 71 per cent more data breach notifications in 2019

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British Google users to lose EU data protection

Google to move its British users out of the control of EU privacy regulators

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Boeing suffers new setback as debris found in 737 Max fuel tanks

Boeing has suffered a new setback in its race to get the grounded 737 Max fleet back in service after debris was found in the fuel tanks of several planes

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Trump predicts ‘very big’ Indian trade deal but not soon

President Trump wants a ‘very big’ trade deal with India but dashed hopes that a substantial agreement might be signed during an official visit next week

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