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More than 1,000 exemption requests await ruling as pain mounts from flagging demand
Company cuts 20% of staff as it retreats from 13 countries in effort to boost growth
Results highlight relentless margin pressure on big commodity traders
Shares plunge more than 70% as government contractor tries to avoid fate of Carillion
Action throws spotlight on future of company’s chief executive Hiroto Saikawa
Carmaker cites ‘high likelihood of evidence being removed or destroyed’
Three teams progress to design stage of competition for next generation ships
The proposed joint venture makes sense despite the bumpy ride
Shareholders in outsourcer could face near wipe-out as sector’s problem deepen
A good jobs report, with some lessons on trade.
Housebuilder’s forward sales may be down, but markets had been braced for worse
Lack of SFO convictions risks making businesses reluctant to work with anti-fraud agency
Carmaker’s former chairman could be re-arrested and face lengthier detention in Japan
Carmaker points to new issues that may have caused inaccurate inspection results
Politics and supply chain difficulties suggest European battery push is too frenetic to work well
Suspects range from short-seller to Russia but authors of report remain a mystery
National auditor censures Mike Betts and disabled transport provider’s £1bn profit
Joint venture put on hold at least until Jair Bolsonaro takes office on January 1
Core passenger car brand aims for 6% by 2022 as it seeks to boost cost cuts beyond €3bn
But company says effects of trade dispute with US continue to be severe
Will the motorised two-wheeler revolutionise the daily commute, or is it a passing fad?