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Port strike 'could hit fuel supplies'

Fuel supplies to forecourts in Scotland and the north of England could be hit by a strike at the Port of Grangemouth, the Unite union claims.

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VIDEO: How Kuwait wants to move away from oil

Kuwait is increasing efforts to reduce its reliance upon oil production, including encouraging more young people to launch their own businesses.

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Sharm airport in chaos as rescue flights for thousands of British tourists are ... - Business Insider


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Sharm airport in chaos as rescue flights for thousands of British tourists are ...
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Planes being sent to Sharm el-Sheikh airport to bring British tourists home have been suspended by Egyptian authorities, ITV reports. The cancellation of extra flights is causing chaos at Sharm airport after thousands of British vacationers at the ...
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Europe's left-wing moment is dying - Business Insider


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Europe's left-wing moment is dying
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The economy is depressed and a long way from its pre-crisis peak, especially in comparison to countries like the UK, US and Germany. What the election does show is how Europe's left is starting to flounder again, less than a year after Syriza's ...

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VIDEO: Handbag maker Furla expands in Asia

Handbag label Furla brands itself as affordable luxury and recently opened a sixth store in Singapore.

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