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  1. FILE PHOTO: Traffic signs which ban diesel cars are installed by workers at the Max-Brauer Allee in

    German agency doubts benefits of incentives to trade in old diesels - report

    The German Environment Agency (UBA) is doubtful about the environmental benefits of introducing incentives for drivers of older diesel vehicles to ...
  2. British Telecom (BT)'s headquarters is seen in central London

    BT approaches Worldpay's Philip Jansen to be new CEO: Sky News

    BT Group is in advanced talks to appoint payment technology provider Worldpay's outgoing co-chief executive Philip Jansen as its new chief ...
  3. A woman walks past a scaled-down replica of the SAOCOM 1-A/B satelite on display at Argentina'

    Argentina bets on US$600 million satellite to boost agriculture sector

    Argentina is launching a new microwave imaging satellite to monitor natural disasters and soil moisture, in a long-term bid to bolster the farm ...
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    China drafts new nuclear energy law, focus on international market

  5. FILE PHOTO: United Airlines Boeing 767 aircraft takes off from Zurich Airport

    United Airlines pilots resist contract changes over regional routes

    United Airlines pilots said they refuse to budge on the wording of their contract governing the outsourcing of regional flights.
  6. FILE PHOTO: File image of Lehman Brothers name moving across a news ticker in New York's Times

    Lehman Brothers workers share memories 10 years after the fall

    Ex-employees of Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc met at Irish pubs near their former office in Midtown Manhattan on Thursday night to reminisce 10 ...
  7. Logo of General Electric Co. is pictured at the Global Operations Center in San Pedro Garza Garcia

    General Electric says blade problem affects more gas turbines

    General Electric Co said on Friday that turbine blade oxidation which forced Exelon Corp to idle four electric power units in Texas also affects ...
  8. A view of the exterior of the Nasdaq market site in the Manhattan borough of New York City

    Nasdaq says Nordic trader whose deals went sour agrees to sell personal assets

    Nasdaq's Nordic commodities exchange has reached agreement on the sale of assets belonging to a private trader who defaulted on his commitments ...
  9. Under the Rafale deal, France must spend amounts totalling around half the eight billion euros ($9.4

    Hollande fuels Rafale fighter jet controversy in India

    Former French president Francois Hollande on Friday (Sep 21) fuelled the controversy over India's multi-billion dollar purchase of 36 Rafale ...