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British politicians should stop worrying about short-term costs and look at the building solutions markets are providing
French carmaker expects to produce almost 500,000 fewer vehicles this year
New defence system-busting weapon could change the balance of power
A deeper property slowdown could help margins of other sectors hit by surging raw material prices
UK regulator’s probe is latest in series of actions against smaller challengers to Big Four
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Dutch group Akzo Nobel forecasts situation could last until the middle of 2022
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Long-awaited strategy to hit climate goals details state backing for technologies including nuclear and electric vehicles
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Formal investigation of takeover by Parker Hannifin on national security concerns
Apple supplier enters the competitive EV market as profits from consumer electronics decline
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Move backed by government funding safeguards Halewood plant
The carmaker led the market in 2013, but has no plans for an early end to production of combustion engine models
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