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Oil continues its recovery, with prices rising above $50 a barrel for the first time in 2016 as a result of supply disruptions and increased global demand.

Wave of industrial unrest across France
Industrial action over labour law reforms grips France nationwide, with oil refineries, nuclear power stations, ports, airports and railways affected.

China and US clash over steel imports
Beijing accuses the US of damaging trade after Washington levies new duties of up to 450% on some steel imports from China.

Takata shares jump on stake sale report
Shares in Japanese air bag maker Takata jump 20% following a report that US private equity firm KKR could take a majority stake in the company.

Microsoft hangs up on phone workers
Microsoft reveals plans to cut up to 1,850 jobs as part of efforts to scale back its smartphone business.

Amazon fashion exec to run Debenhams
Department store chain Debenhams appoints an executive from Amazon's European business as its new chief executive.

Nigeria finance chiefs quizzed on naira
Nigerian MPs summon the finance minister and central bank governor to brief them on proposals to ease the economic crisis by devaluing the currency.

Alibaba investigated by US regulators
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba is being investigated by US regulators over its accounting practices.

Xiaomi Mi Drone poses price challenge
China's Xiaomi announces its first drone, pricing it significantly lower than a comparable model by the market leader DJI.

Netflix faces quota on EU-made content
On-demand video streaming services face a call that at least 20% of the catalogues they offer to EU subscribers should be made locally.

Tata considers bids for UK steel plants
Tata Steel is still in the process of considering bids for its UK operations, the company says.

Shell to cut another 2,200 jobs
Royal Dutch Shell is to cut at least another 2,200 jobs, in addition to 10,000 announced earlier this year.

Google's Paris HQ raided in tax probe
French finance officials raid the Paris offices of US internet giant Google as part of a €1.6bn tax fraud investigation.

LA Times owner Tribune rejects new bid
The owner of the LA Times and Chicago Tribune has rejected a second takeover offer from media firm Gannett, but said it was open to talks.

Brazil's Petrobras gets new boss
Brazil's interim President, Michel Temer, names former energy minister Pedro Parente as the new boss of scandal-hit state-run oil firm Petrobras.

Landmark deal unlocks 10.3bn euros for Greece
Greece agrees a deal to get further funds from its international creditors as eurozone finance ministers hail a "breakthrough".

Monsanto rejects $62bn offer from Bayer
Monsanto turns down a $62bn (£43bn) takeover offer from Bayer that would have created the world's biggest agricultural supplier.

Vodafone grows for first time since 2008
Mobile phone giant Vodafone says its underlying business is now growing for the first time since 2008, helped by a revival in Europe.

Nigeria set for huge petrol price hike
The price of petrol in Nigeria is set to rise by two-thirds in a government bid to end crippling fuel shortages.

Saudi oil firm says demand increasing
The boss of the Saudi Arabia's state-owned oil firm Saudi Aramco says demand is increasing.

Nigeria finally signs delayed budget
After months of wrangling, Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari finally signs into law a 2016 budget designed to kick-start the economy.

Fuel scandal cuts Mitsubishi profits
Mitsubishi Motors says its profits for the 2015-16 financial year were lower than first estimated because of costs from the fuel data scandal.

Toyota hails a ride with Uber
Carmakers Toyota and Volkswagen have struck separate partnerships with rideshare companies Uber and Gett.

Thailand suspends Uber motorcycle taxis
Thailand suspends motorcycle taxi-hailing services run by Uber and its regional rival Grab after claims the are clashing with registered transport companies.

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Is populism a threat to Europe's economies?
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Vancouver's 'freak show' property market
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The perils of doing business in Venezuela
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Will Greek debt deal change anything?
Will Greece's latest debt deal really change anything?

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