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Why are some employees paid a low wage? In the run up to the UK Budget on Wednesday, some commentators are arguing that theJohn McDermott
The £350m bioethanol complex where Dave Nicholson and Jason Nicholas are employed has been mothballed for nearly half itsChris Tighe
Copper was hit hard by China’s volatile stock market Monday, sliding to its lowest level in five months as prices of otherBy Henry Sanderson
Superficially, Taiwan looks stable, calm, even a little boring. Its people are mostly prosperous, with gross domesticDan Bogler
Within seconds of the explosion of SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket on June 28, people who had been watching the live stream of theAndrew Hill
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Analysts now expect another recession in Greece. Earlier this year analysts were forecasting a recovery in 2015, after a 26Keith Fray
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British strawberry production is set to hit a record this year. Industry body British Summer Fruits expects output from itsAndrew Whiffin
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