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German private sector activity at weakest in more than six years
Activity in Germany’s private sector hit its weakest level in more than six years in July, a survey showed on Monday, suggesting Europe’s largest economy started the third quarter on a weak footing.
CBI: UK private sector contracts again, but outlook improves
British business activity, which has been buffeted by the country’s Brexit crisis, fell again in the three months to July but is expected to pick up over the next three months, the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) said on Sunday.
UK private hospitals 'must do more to keep patients safe'
Private hospitals in the UK must do more to keep patients safe and prevent rogue surgeons like Ian Paterson from harming anyone again, the Royal College of Surgeons said.
Spokesperson: China strives to support private economy
China is injecting vitality into the private economy with different central agencies rolling out policies to support private firms, a spokesperson with the annual session of the country's top political advisory body said on Saturday.
Private messages from 81,000 hacked Facebook accounts for sale
Hackers appear to have compromised and published private messages from at least 81,000 Facebook users' accounts.
Musk will no longer take Tesla private
Tesla chief executive Elon Musk said he will no longer be taking the electric car maker private, just two weeks after saying he was considering a deal.
Private web browsing doesn’t mean no one is watching
Private web browsing isn’t nearly as private as many people think.
Beware public private partnerships
Public-private partnerships (PPPs) are essentially long-term contracts, underwritten by government guarantees, with which the private sector builds (and sometimes runs) major infrastructure projects or services traditionally provided by the state, such as hospitals, schools, roads, railways, water, sanitation and energy.
Private insurance reforms on mental health a 'work-around'
The UK national mental health commissioner, Professor Ian Hickie, has described private health insurance reforms affecting mental health as a ‘work-around’ that will lead to more mental health hospital beds without providing the community-based services people need.
Trump retains private attorney to protect him in Russia inquiry
US President Donald Trump has appointed longtime legal adviser Marc Kasowitz to represent him as a private attorney on matters related to the investigation into his election campaign's alleged ties to Russia.
Private schools educate more international students abroad than in Britain
Private schools now educate more international students abroad than they do in Britain, figures showed, amid an arms race to attract wealthy overseas students.
Private autopsy shows Keith Scott was shot 4 times by US police
A private autopsy shows that an African American man killed by police in Charlotte, North Carolina, last month died of gunshot wounds in the back and abdomen.
Private detention of immigrants deters family visits
Immigrants detained in a privately run detention facility while awaiting deportation decisions are far less likely than those held in county or city jails to receive visits from their children, a new study found.
FBI interviews Clinton on private email server
The FBI has interviewed presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton about her use of a private email server while serving as secretary of state.
Iran, China in talks on funding private sector projects
Iran's National Development Fund and China Investment Corporation (CIC) are to launch a joint committee to facilitate investment in private sector projects in Iran.

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