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A cow named Fine, star of the Paris Agriculture Fair

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Mixed signals from US administration on China's currency

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Students blockade Paris schools to protest suspected police rape

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Displaced people in South Sudan suffer from untreated mental disorders

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Somalia's president asks Al Shabaab to lay down their weapons

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A daily update on the latest business and economic news. Live on weekdays at 8.15 am Paris time.

Latest update : 2013-09-24

Blackberry agrees to possible sale

Smartphone maker Blackberry has received a $4.7 billion offer from a consortium of Canadian investment companies to take it private. The company was once the smartphone of choice for most business people, but it’s lost out to Apple and Samsung. We also look at the row over the opening hours of the Sephora perfume store on the Champs-Elysées. Workers who want to work late into the evening have been overruled by their union.

By Matthew WARREN

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2017-02-24 Donald Trump

Mixed signals from US administration on China's currency

During his campaign, Donald Trump repeatedly slammed China for manipulating its currency and hurting American workers in the process. One month after being sworn in, he maintains...

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2017-02-23 PSA Peugeot Citroën

Peugeot's profits double as Opel takeover eyed

Profits at the PSA group - which owns Peugeot and Citroën - nearly doubled last year, helped by cost-cutting and increased sales. That's good news for the company, which is in...

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2017-02-22 Austria

Austria to reward companies for hiring locals

Austria's government has approved rules to reward companies with tax cuts for hiring workers already resident in the country. The move is meant to help cut unemployment, but...

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2017-02-21 Air France

1.5 million fewer tourists visited Paris in 2016

The number of tourists visiting the French capital fell by 1.5 million, or 5 percent, last year. However, the city's tourism authority says there were signs of a recovery in the...

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2017-02-20 Greece

Bailout talks worry Greeks living under austerity

European finance ministers are meeting in Brussels to try to figure out a deal to release the next block of bailout cash for Greece. Failure to reach an agreement could lead to...

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