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UGANDA: OPPOSITION LEADER IN COURT ON TREASON CHARGES

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Istanbul's Suffering in the Shadows?

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THE DEBATE

Turkey targeted: Islamic State Group blamed for Istanbul attack (part 1)

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THE DEBATE

Turkey targeted: Terror attack coincides with foreign policy pivot (part 2)

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THE INTERVIEW

" We have a lot that we can do together to make Middle East a better place"

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Will Bolivia see a lithium boom?

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MIDDLE EAST MATTERS

Child refugees: Inside Turkey's hidden sweatshops

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Film show: 'The Red Turtle', 'Camping 3' and 'The Balkan Trilogy'

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After Brexit, is a Frexit possible?

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

BUSINESS DAILY

BUSINESS DAILY

Latest update : 2013-10-29

Apple reports iPhone sales up but full-year profits down

Apple sold 26% more iPhones in the latest quarter, but full-year profits were down. That’s the first decline in over a decade and comes as figures show Samsung has increased its lead over its rival in terms of smartphone sales. Meanwhile, an event known as the Islamic Davos opens in London, with the UK aiming to position itself as the western centre for Islamic finance. But first, we get the latest on the controversial "ecotax" here in France.

By Matthew WARREN

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2016-06-29 Brexit

Vodafone warns it could move HQ out of UK

In the wake of the Brexit vote, the telecoms group Vodafone has said it can't make a long-term decision about where it will locate its headquarters, which are currently in...

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2016-06-28 Brexit

$3 trillion wiped off global markets since Brexit

Three trillion dollars have been wiped off the value of global shares in two days of trading since the UK voted to leave the EU last week. Stock markets have slumped on the news,...

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2016-06-27 economy

Osborne: UK public finances will need adjustment after Brexit

The British finance minister says the UK's public finances will need an adjustment after the vote to leave the European Union, but that the details will be decided by the next...

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2016-06-24 Brexit

Markets, pound plunge on Brexit vote

The UK's vote to leave the European Union had an immediate effect on the markets, with the pound sterling dropping to its lowest level in 30 years. Jane Foley, Senior Currency...

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2016-06-23 Brexit

Queues to exchange sterling ahead of Brexit result

In the run-up to this Thursday's vote, foreign exchange bureaux have reported long queues as people try to swap their pounds for euros or dollars before the outcome of the Brexit...

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