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China extends holiday, businesses shut as virus toll rises to 81
The death toll from a coronavirus outbreak in China rose to 81 on Monday, as the government extended the Lunar New Year holiday and more big businesses shut down or told staff to work from home in an effort to curb the spread.
EU warns of WTO challenge if US-China deal harms businesses
The European Union (EU) has warned that if a trade agreement recently signed by the United States and China creates “distortions” in the market, it will challenge the deal at the World Trade Organization (WTO).
Surge in British teenagers setting up businesses, study suggests
The number of teenagers in the UK with their own businesses has gone up 700 percent in 10 years, research suggests.
New immigration rules will stop overseas graduates starting businesses we need
With Brexit and a global recession looming, the UK needs the talents of enterprising overseas students more than ever. But the outlook is gloomy: there’s been a sharp decline in entrepreneurship among immigrants since the EU referendum. While that’s perhaps unsurprising given the anti-immigration rhetoric that Brexit has spawned, it’s bad news for our economy.
Escalating dispute between Tokyo, Seoul already affecting businesses
The ongoing trade dispute between Japan and South Korea has begun to affect businesses across sectors and could potentially even make a dent in the global economy.
Minister: Stability in Hong Kong key for Singapore businesses
Prolonged turmoil in Hong Kong could jeopardize regional financial stability, and that would outweigh any short-term gain for Singapore from flows of funds from investors worried about protests there, a Singapore government minister said.
Jeremy Hunt: a tale of failed businesses and tax dodging
Tory leadership hopeful, Jeremy Hunt, has promised wide-ranging tax cuts to appeal to the Conservative party’s base as part of his bid to become Britain’s next prime minister.
Businesses clamor for Trump's ear as $300b in new China tariffs loom
Washington is planning another tidal wave of tariffs on Chinese imports that represent a worst-case scenario for markets and major industries on both sides of the Pacific.
Tariffs bite into US bike businesses
For US bike companies, China is almost everything. Whatever they need — whole bikes, components, or safety accessories — can be manufactured and sourced from China in large scale, at competitive prices and with great quality.
Businesses showing discontent with Trump’s trade policies
US President Donald Trump’s aggressive and wildly unpredictable use of tariffs is spooking American business groups, which have long formed a potent force in his Republican Party.
European banks, businesses warned by US official not to work with Iran
A US official is warning investors, banks and businesses in Europe not to work with Iran in the wake of the United States’ unilateral pressure on Tehran.
Foreign businesses fret as China fasttracks investment law
China is fast-tracking a foreign investment law at an unprecedented pace to meet Washington's demands on trade, but businesses fear that time to review and raise objections on a crucial piece of legislation has been cut short.
Rising number of US businesses report sales and profit slowdown at the end of 2018
A rising number of US businesses saw falling sales and lower profit margins at the end of 2018, another sign that the American economy could be slowing.
Federal shutdown hits businesses hard
From power restaurants in Washington and a belt-buckle maker in Colorado to a brewery in California, businesses that count heavily on federal employees as customers are feeling the punishing effects of the government shutdown in the US.
Businesses must pay to recycle their own waste under new government scheme
Businesses in England may be forced to foot the bill for recycling or disposing their packaging waste under a landmark government strategy.

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