France fades in Australia submarines race

French Barracuda class submarine
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Bid to build fleet loses ground amid US fears of ‘tech leakage’

Wanted: one careful Chinese owner

Bids by state-owned enterprises raise questions for regulators

Peugeot in deal to revive Iran alliance

Carmaker and Iran Khodro in new venture to build vehicles

Dry bulk crisis threatens shipowners

Companies suspend payments to creditors and make write-offs

The art of living car-lessly in the city

Non car-owning is almost becoming a status symbol, different from greener-than-thou one-downmanship

Rolls-Royce dividend in focus

Analysts expect 30% slash in payout, the first in 24 years

Call for EU to tackle China over steel

UK, Germany and others warn of ‘risk of collapse’ for industry

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Week in Review, February 6

Oil majors, Swiss banks, Alphabet, ChemChina and BA in the news

Top UK businesses unprepared for Brexit

FTSE blue-chips making few contingency plans

Rare 1957 Ferrari sold for over €32m

Two bidders race over Le Mans 400bhp veteran

ArcelorMittal to raise $3bn to cut debt

Steelmaker aims to cut $15.7bn debt pile as losses rise sevenfold

ArcelorMittal: steel sinks

Industrial group wants to believe the worst has passed

VW postpones results over diesel scandal

Carmaker says it faces too much uncertainty over financial impact of pollutants row

Collateral call spurs LafargeHolcim sale

Galchev’s Eurocement sold $1.5bn stake after lender’s request

Ren Jianxin: merger master

ChemChina’s founder can win over foreign investors and Beijing

Hedgies get the drift at St Anton

No business like snow business for celebrating a payday bonanza

MPs concern over clean-up of steel plant

Government pressed over lack of information over future of Redcar

Beijing buys German waste-to-energy group

Deal underlines China’s growing interest in European technology

EU pushes China to cut back steel sector

Brussels plans anti-dumping investigations as debate rages

Tata Steel falls to loss on European woes

‘Unfairly priced imports’ blamed for supply-demand distortion

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