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Jim McColl, saviour of the last commercial shipyard on the Clyde, is a man with a mission. For Mr McColl, buying FergusonMure Dickie in Port Glasgow
Smoke and lava spew from the Villarrica volcano, as seen from Pucon town in the south of Santiago. The volcano went quiet onAnnabel Cook
Areva, France’s troubled nuclear champion, will have to slim down if it is to win its battle to return to profit and facePeggy Hollinger and Jennifer Thompson
ITV has signalled bumper advertising revenues but blamed “strong competition from the BBC” for its continued decline inHenry Mance
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Britain has won a landmark legal battle over the place of the City of London in Europe’s single market, forcing the EuropeanAlex Barker in Brussels and Philip Stafford in London
In Brazil’s modernist Congress building this week, the talk among lawmakers has focused on one subject only — who is onJoe Leahy in São Paulo
High street baker Greggs’ full-year profit jumped 41 per cent as its move into the food-on-the-go market was boosted by theClaer Barrett and Aimee Keane
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