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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.
How a shadow banking crisis sent India's auto sector into a tailspin
Sudhir Gharpure and his sales team sat chatting at a big Maruti Suzuki dealership on the outskirts of Mumbai some two hours after its doors were opened on a recent Saturday morning — not a single customer was in sight.
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.
German economy on the brink as Merkel's manufacturing sector slumps
Germany's economy is quickly declining despite the belief of Angela Merkel's team there is no crisis striking her country as the German manufacturing sector continues to contract with no signs of recovery, economic expert Shweta Singh warned.
New fund to tackle climate change in UK agrifood sector
A consortium of scientific research and academic institutions in the UK are joining forces to identify solutions to tackle climate change linked to the agricultural sector.
Financial sector must be at heart of tackling climate change
Mark Carney & François Villeroy de Galhau & Frank Elderson*
Agriculture sector needs a step change on emissions
By Cathal Buckley and Trevor Donnellan*
Deal-making in global health-care sector set to rebound in 2019, law firm says
Deal-making activity in the rapidly growing health-care sector is expected to rebound in 2019, a law firm said in a report Monday, but heavier regulation and political uncertainty cloud the future of mergers and acquisitions.
China makes headway in fighting corruption in poverty reduction sector
China has disciplined 180,100 people in around 133,100 cases involving corruption and violations of the code of conduct since the 19th Communist Party of China (CPC) National Congress in late 2017, according to figures from the top anti-graft watchdog.
Poverty rates surge among UK children of public sector worker parents
Rates of poverty among children of public sector workers in the UK have surged since 2010 following the government’s pay restrictions and in-work benefit cuts, new analysis showed.
Italy eyes €20b to prop up banking sector
The Italian government will seek parliamentary approval to borrow up to €20b (£17b) to support its fragile banking sector and potentially rescue Monte dei Paschi di Siena.
Dark matter may be hiding in a hidden sector
Currently, one of the strongest candidates for dark matter is weakly interacting massive particles, or WIMPS, although so far this hypothetical particle has not yet been directly detected.
Egypt's tourism sector eying Chinese market
Warm sunshine, peaceful beaches and colorful reefs are always essentials for a heaven-like vacation, and also the reason why Sharm el-Sheikh is famous around the world. However, as Egypt's most famous tourism city, Sharm el-Sheikh is still suffering from sluggish income growth in the tourism sector, with hope in the coming season and a new market — China.

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