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Tesco 'fictional farms' may be misleading - BBC News


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Tesco 'fictional farms' may be misleading
BBC News
Britain's farmers have said Tesco's fresh produce labelled with "fictional farm" brands may be misleading. Despite the British sounding names, the "farms" do not exist and the produce is often sourced from abroad. The National Farmers' Union (NFU) says ...
Tesco faces 'fictional labelling' criticismBelfast Telegraph
Tesco launches range of products named after farms that don't actually existThe Independent

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Wafic Said shunned by Barclays

A billionaire businessman, philanthropist and former broker of arms deals has been told by Barclays that he can no longer bank with them.

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Britain's biggest insider trading case is finally going to trial ? 6 years ... - Business Insider


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Britain's biggest insider trading case is finally going to trial ? 6 years ...
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Almost six years after a series of dawn raids shocked the City of London, one of the UK's biggest ever insider-trading cases is finally going to trial. The case ? code named Tabernula, which is Latin for "little tavern" ? has five defendants accused of ...

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Volkswagen just announced a 2nd emissions scandal and 'the magnitude could be ... - Business Insider


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Volkswagen just announced a 2nd emissions scandal and 'the magnitude could be ...
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Late Tuesday night, VW Group announced that the company had identified "irregularities in CO2 levels" that emerged as part of internal investigations. As many as 800,000 vehicles could be affected across the entire group, according to the release.
Volkswagen says 800000 cars may have false CO2 levelsBBC News
Volkswagen crisis: German government urges carmaker to clear scandal up - as ...The Guardian
VW reveals new emissions row after finding carbon emissions 'irregularities'Evening Standard
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Japan shares choppy on machinery orders

Shares in Japan were choppy on Thursday after official figures show Japanese firms could be spending less on physical assets.

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