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Latest update : 2017-11-20

Hammond teases UK budget with homebuilding, driverless cars

UK Finance Minister Philip Hammond is about to unveil a new budget and says the UK will have a fresh proposal for its Brexit "divorce bill" ahead of an EU Council meeting in December. Also, NAFTA talks are dragging on as Canada and Mexico say US demands are unreasonable. And London's buses start running on coffee.

By Bryan QUINN

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2018-06-22 Yuka ROYER

Eurozone agrees 'historic' deal to pave way for Greece's bailout exit

Eurozone finance ministers have agreed on the final elements of a plan to help Greece exit its eight-year bailout programme. The deal is intended to make Athens' debt more...

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2018-06-21 Kate MOODY

Eurozone ministers inching towards 'credible' debt deal for Greece

Eurozone finance ministers say they're inching towards a deal to oversee Greece once it exits its bailout program, and ease its debt pile. But, as FRANCE 24's correspondent...

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2018-06-21 Stephen CARROLL

Boeing sales chief: 'We depend on China'

One of Boeing's top executives says he's concerned about the potential of further trade tariffs from China, but that he expects the company's strong ties to the country will help...

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2018-06-20 Kate MOODY

How do migrants affect the labour market?

The OECD has been studying how the influx of migrants has impacted Europe's labour market, in a report released on World Refugee Day. Also on the show: the EU sets a timeline to...

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2018-06-20 Stephen CARROLL

Washington DC votes to raise minimum wage for waiting staff

Voters in the United States capital have approved an increase in the minimum wage for workers that receive tips, despite opposition from many within the industry. The change will...

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