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BUSINESS DAILY

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

Latest update : 2013-12-16

Ireland’s 'good name and credibility restored' as country exits bailout

Ireland's Prime Minister Enda Kenny says the country’s good name and credibility have been restored as the country exited its bailout programme on Sunday. We bring you a special report from Dublin on Ireland’s economic recovery. Also, Renault agrees a €1.3 billion joint venture with China’s Dongfeng which will give the French carmaker greater access to the world’s largest auto market.

By Stephen CARROLL

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2017-02-28 space

Fly me to the moon: SpaceX's plans for space tourism

SpaceX, the rocket-launching firm owned by Elon Musk, has announced plans to fly two “tourists” around the moon. The trip is planned for 2018, and the travellers have already...

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2017-02-27 Australia

Mobile World Congress opens in Barcelona

The world's largest mobile conference opens in Barcelona Monday, with both new tech and retro throwbacks on offer. A budget proposal from the Trump administration is expected on...

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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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