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Eurozone gets fresh help to bolster flagging growth
The European Central Bank cuts a key interest rate and re-starts quantitative easing.

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Google to pay €1bn to end French tax probe
The settlement ends a four-year investigation into Google's tax affairs.

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The Pacific nation of Vanuatu is hoping kava will boost exports and bring in much needed cash.

Why is India's car industry in breakdown mode?
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Can solar power shake up the energy market?
The falling cost of solar power is helping it to disrupt the global energy market.

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Porsche is set to lead the charge at the Frankfurt Motor Show with its new electric sports car.

The man who gambled his firm on a £50,000 sword
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Nigeria: Why is it struggling to meet its tax targets?
Nigeria says more people than ever are paying tax - but government revenues are not growing

The secrets of controlling your internet profile
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The goalie who joined Goldman Sachs
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How bottled water became a million dollar idea.
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