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China’s auto sales fell 17.7% in April, extending slump
China’s auto sales sank 17.7 percent in April from a year earlier, the 10th straight month of decline amid trade tension with Washington and an economic slowdown.
Coca Cola HBC's quarterly sales driven by emerging markets growth
Soft drink bottler Coca Cola HBC AG reported a 4.4 percent rise in first-quarter net sales revenue on Thursday, driven by strong demand in emerging markets - its largest segment.
Japan's imported auto sales hit second-highest level in 2018
Sales of imported foreign-brand vehicles in Japan in fiscal 2018 increased 1.2 percent from the previous year to 307,682 units, marking their second-highest level ever, the Japan Automobile Importers Association said on Thursday.
Iran warns of firm response if Israel acts against its oil shipments
Iran will respond firmly to any Israeli naval action against its oil sales, Iran’s defense minister said on Wednesday, in comments that came a week after Israel said its navy could act against Iranian oil “smuggling” to enforce US sanctions.
S. Korean carmakers' sales fall 1.1% on weak overseas demand
Vehicle sales of South Korea's five carmakers declined 1.1 percent last month from a year earlier on weak overseas demand, corporate data showed on Monday.
Britain urges Germany to ease curbs on arms sales to Saudi
Britain’s top diplomat has urged Germany to relax its ban on arms sales to Saudi Arabia because they are affecting UK sales of weapons to – and by extension its influence with – the oil-rich kingdom.
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.
Increased costs bit US retailers despite higher holiday sales
Holiday shopping reports released Thursday underscored anew the challenges US retailers face in the Amazon era — even if consumers are willing to open their wallets to spend.
Japanese, Indian firms to resume Iran crude imports
Two major Japanese companies and an Indian state-run corporation seek to resume purchasing Iranian crude in January and February more than two months after the US reinstated sanctions on Iran’s oil and banking industries.
Iran says finds new 'potential' oil buyers despite US sanctions
All countries that were granted waivers from the United States to continue buying a certain amount of Iranian oil imports are complying with US sanctions, a senior Iranian energy official said, noting that Tehran was hopeful to find new buyers.
Britain bans puppy, kitten sales by pet shops
Britain is forbidding puppies and kittens from being sold by pet shops in a bid to crack down on animal exploitation and abuse.
Amazon drops free shipping minimum in tussle for holiday sales
Amazon.com Inc. said on Monday it would offer free shipping with no purchase minimum for the first time this holiday season, heating up the competition with Walmart Inc. and other rivals vying for customers’ Christmas shopping sprees.
Research firm: India iPhone sales to fall for first time in four years
Apple’s iPhone sales are set to dip by around a quarter in India’s holiday season fourth quarter, putting them on course for the first full-year fall in four years, industry research firm Counterpoint said on Saturday.
UK car sales surge but industry warns over false dawn
The precipitous decline in UK car sales seems to have been arrested with a 10-percent rise in new car registrations in April — but the industry is warning that it is an anomaly.

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