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Hoverboard booth raided at CES

A Chinese hoverboard-maker has its CES booth raided following a complaint that it illegally copied a US firm's designs.

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Tax cuts on table for Irish budget

The Republic of Ireland's finance minister is due to announce tax cuts and spending increases in the country's last budget before an election.

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Mining stocks lead FTSE 100 higher

London's leading shares open higher, extending the week's gains, with the rise led by mining companies.

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U.K. Manufacturing Cools as Strong Pound Damps Export Orders - Bloomberg


The Straits Times

U.K. Manufacturing Cools as Strong Pound Damps Export Orders
Bloomberg
In its monthly factory report published in London, Markit Economics said companies blamed the decline in foreign demand on the strong pound, weak sales in the euro area and China's economic slowdown. The headline manufacturing index slipped to 51.5 ...
UK factory growth slips, hiring deteriorates in August: PMIThe Straits Times
UK manufacturing growth slowed in August, PMI survey saysBBC News

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