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Prolonged shutdowns for businesses in China are bringing many firms to the brink of survival.

'Women cocoa farmers paid as little as 23p a day'
Campaigning group, Fairtrade, is calling on the government to back a new global equality initiative.

Brexit: Emmanuel Macron 'not sure' of UK-EU trade deal by end of year
The French president's doubts come as the UK government is set to publish its demands.

Wells Fargo reaches $3bn fake accounts settlement
Pressure to hit sales goals led Wells Fargo staff to create fake accounts and collect extra fees.

US business levels fall sharply amid coronavirus
Activity fell last month for the first time since 2013, according to a closely watched survey.

Harry and Meghan to end use of 'SussexRoyal' brand
Plans to secure a trademark have also been abandoned, a spokesperson for the duke and duchess says.

Sir Philip Green 'has no intention' to watch Greed film
Steve Coogan plays "a larger-than-life" businessman in the movie.

EU budget: Talks end amid stand-off between 'frugal' and other nations
French President Emmanuel Macron said the deadlock showed "we don't need Britain to show disunity".

Why are investors betting against shopping centres?
Landlords are sharing the pain felt on the High Street, and it has shown up in their share prices.

Coronavirus: Car sales in China fall 92% in February
Car dealerships remain closed and buyers stay away as the coronavirus outbreak takes its toll on sales.

First class stamps to rise 6p to 76p
The Royal Mail is increasing the cost of postage again, with first-class stamps rising 6p to 76p

Coronavirus outbreak to cost airlines almost $30bn
Airline industry body IATA predicts global air travel demand will fall for the first time since 2009.

JP Morgan economists warn of 'catastrophic' climate change
Researchers say delaying climate change action risks "potentially catastrophic outcomes".

Barclays scraps 'Big Brother' staff tracking system
The bank's software to monitor the amount of time staff spent at their desks was condemned as "creepy".

Turning billions of £20 notes into compost
Around two billion paper £20 notes will be replaced with polymer notes in the next few months.

Can computer translators ever beat speaking a foreign tongue?
Developers say you can now converse effortlessly using translation tech, but others are not so sure.

'My job went abroad because of globalisation'
New trade deals have re-opened the debate on how to rescue people's careers if their jobs go abroad.

My Money: 'My husband and I have 90 minutes alone together each week'
As part of a new BBC blog series, Maura Hannon from Switzerland shares what she spent her money on this week.

Sinn Fein surge puts Irish economy in the spotlight
As the Irish parliament convenes to try to choose its new leader, concerns about inequality linger.

How technology is aiding Malawi's music industry
Technology is making it easier for music artists in Malawi to create and release work to audiences.

Should your email say if you're he, she or they?
Firms are encouraging staff to make sharing which personal pronouns they use an everyday practice.

Are economically inactive people the answer to staff shortages?
Priti Patel says businesses should train the 8.5 million economically inactive people. But only two million of them want a job.

Why your new work colleague could be a robot
Better sight, better hands and more intelligence are allowing robots to take on more and more jobs.

Crossing Divides: The 'youngsters' gaining respect at work
A demand for social media skills is bringing younger people into the workplace, but this can create friction.

Global fashion industry facing a 'nightmare'
The coronavirus outbreak will have a severe impact on the fashion industry in the first half of 2020.

Pregnant actresses: 'We're not treated like people'
The way some actresses are treated is straight out of "the dark ages", says the Equality Commission.

BBC World News business headlines
The latest international business headlines from BBC World News.

How lake gases are powering homes in Rwanda
Methane is being extracted from Lake Kivu in Rwanda to generate electricity.

US continues fight to stop UK using Huawei kit
American's top cyber-security official says China's Huawei should not play a role in 5G networks.

Huawei: Our customers say we're years ahead of rivals
Huawei's Paul Scanlan says the company is years ahead of its competitors Nokia and Ericsson.

'Alternative milks are killing our dairy farms'
As Americans drink less cow's milk, US dairy farmers say they are struggling to get by.

China economy: Why it matters to you
As China struggles to cope with the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, we look at the scale and importance of it's financial might.

What Trump wants from trade
President Trump believes the US is being unfairly treated by other countries when it comes to trade.

Huawei: Boom time in China
While Huawei tech is blocked in the US, it is helping build one of the world biggest 5G networks at home.

The garlic farmers who love Trump
American garlic farmers say demand is rising after the US president put tariffs on Chinese imports.

How China plans to lead in computer chips
China wants to end its dependence on imported computer chips, but experts says it will struggle.

Is China gaining an edge in AI?
The US-China over artificial intelligence is heating up, but some warn the US could be over-reacting.
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