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Estonia orders Danske Bank branch to shut
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House launches probe of US nuclear plan in Saudi Arabia
A government report says the US is rushing to transfer sensitive nuclear technology to Saudi Arabia.

Honda confirms Swindon car plant closure
The firm says the move is due to global changes in the car industry and has nothing to do with Brexit.

HSBC profits hit by China slowdown
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UK employment hits another record high
A record 32.6 million people were in work between October and December, official figures show.

Asda sales growth slows amid 'challenging' trade
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Karl Lagerfeld, iconic Chanel fashion designer, dies
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Flybmi won't be the last airline failure, say analysts
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Fast fashion: 'Penny on a garment' to drive clothes recycling
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Replacing failed shops 'won't save city centres'
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Australian political parties hit by 'state actor' hack, PM says
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How the chocolate bar became a million dollar idea
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Japan turns to tech to cut long working hours
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'Ideas are worthless, execution matters'
StockX founder Josh Luber says entrepreneurs just need to put "one foot in front of the other".

Brexit: How could it affect the fashion industry?
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Brexit: What trade deals has the UK done so far?
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Ren Zhengfei: Huawei's reclusive founder
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Brexit: Will Britons living in the EU still get healthcare?
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Carlos Ghosn and Japan's 'hostage justice' system
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The fashion models struggling with a life of debt
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Valentine's Day: Japan falling out of love with 'obligation chocolates'
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