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  • 01:59 Welsh Town Goes "offshore" In Tax Protest

    Welsh Town Goes "offshore" In Tax Protest

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    A small town in South Wales is registering its independent businesses as offshore companies to demonstrate how flawed they believe the British and international tax systems are - with a surprising amount of success. Joel Flynn went to Crickhowell to see h

  • 01:02 Slow Wage Growth Keeps Japanese Consumers From Spending

    Slow Wage Growth Keeps Japanese Consumers From Spending

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    Japanese household spending and core consumer prices fell in October, putting pressure on the country’s central bank for support even as it redefines how it looks at inflation. Meg Teckman reports.

  • 01:13 Athletics Boss Ends Nike Deal

    Athletics Boss Ends Nike Deal

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    The head of world athletics says he's ended a personal contract with Nike as the athletics world tackles a flurry of doping and corruption issues. Paul Chapman reports.

  • 01:37 Turkey Braces For Russian Economic Pain

    Turkey Braces For Russian Economic Pain

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    After urging Russians to stop travelling to Turkey, Ankara is bracing for further pain in other sectors after the shooting down of a Russian jet. As David Pollard reports, food and energy are possible targets.

  • 01:09 Consumers Ready To Pounce On Black Friday

    Consumers Ready To Pounce On Black Friday

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    Many consumers say they are planning to dive into specific Black Friday deals, but a recent poll shows 46 percent of shoppers are willing to wait for deeper discounts this year. Jillian Kitchener reports.

  • 01:43 Energy Firm Abengoa Zaps Bank Stocks

    Energy Firm Abengoa Zaps Bank Stocks

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    There's turmoil at one of Spain's biggest companies, Abengoa, after it started insolvency proceedings. As Sonia Legg reports, Spanish bank stocks also fell after a potential investor pulled the plug on a vital injection of cash.

  • 02:42 The Cost Of Terrorism To Brussels Tourism

    The Cost Of Terrorism To Brussels Tourism

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    The people of Brussels have been protected from terrorist attacks, but the financial damage done to the city is shocking.

  • 01:31 Bse Closes 52.20 Points Up On November 26

    Bse Closes 52.20 Points Up On November 26

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    New Delhi, Nov 26 (ANI): At the National Stock Exchange the Nifty closed 52.20 points up to stand at 7,883.80. Tata Motors Limited and Sun Pharmaceuticals Industries Limited were among the top gainers of group A with an increase of 5.49% and 4.33% along w

  • 01:31 Spain's Bumpy Road To Recovery

    Spain's Bumpy Road To Recovery

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    The pace of growth in Spain's economy slowed slightly to 0.8 percent quarter-on-quarter between July and September. As David Pollard reports, with weeks to go until a general election the country's uneven recovery from a deep crisis is weighing

  • 01:36 New Emissions Recall And Fine For Vw

    New Emissions Recall And Fine For Vw

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    South Korea has become the first country outside the United States to punish Volkswagen AG on the basis of its own emissions tests. As Hayley Platt reports, it's slapped the German automaker with a record fine and ordering a recall of 125,522 vehicle

  • 01:28 South African Farmers In Drought Battle

    South African Farmers In Drought Battle

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    Livestock farmers in South Africa have been hit hard by ongoing drought, forcing many to sell their stock or lose animals on their farms. David Pollard reports.

  • 01:13 Alibaba's Jack Ma Likely Partner In Scmp Deal

    Alibaba's Jack Ma Likely Partner In Scmp Deal

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    Hong Kong’s SCMP Group has confirmed that there’s an interested third party in its media assets, namely the South China Morning Post newspaper, after interest from Alibaba’s Jack Ma was reported this week. Meg Teckman reports.

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