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Indian authorities accuse internet giant Google of abusing its dominance in search advertising.

India's economic growth slows to 7%
India's economy grew at an annual rate of 7% between April and June, lower than expected, official figures show.

Low oil price hits Rosneft profit
Russian oil giant Rosneft reports a sharp drop in profits due to lower oil prices.

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Google rejects EU's abuse complaint
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US growth revision boosts markets
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Ukraine 'secures 20% debt write-off'
The Ukrainian government announces a debt restructuring deal with creditors including a 20% write-off, saving the conflict-hit country from default.

Greek PM quits and calls early poll
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Carlsberg cuts profit forecast
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China in deal with Africa's richest man
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South Africa rand hits all-time low
South Africa's currency falls to an all-time low against the US dollar over fears of a slowdown in China's economy.

China growth targets 'a fantasy'
Chinese billionaire Wang Jianlin, one of the country's best-known businessmen, says China needs to drop unrealistic official economic growth targets.

China probes brokerages amid turmoil
Chinese police investigate four securities brokerage firms for possible stock manipulation amid market turmoil.

China cuts rates to boost economy
China cuts its main interest rate in a bid to calm stock market turmoil.

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