Inside France plans for Brexit: Pics that prove French have ALWAYS been ready for no deal

The Port Boulogne Calais’ has ploughed €6million (£5.17million) in to new facilities at the French city to avoid “chaos at Calais” , in terms of terms of customs, veterinary and phytosanitary declarations. Port boss Jean-Marc Puissesseau, who is also deputy mayor of the French city, told Express.co.uk how his port had been preparing for a no deal Brexit since the very […]

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RBI keen to link home, auto loans with external benchmark

Currently, banks follow system of internal benchmarks, including Prime Lending Rate, Benchmark Prime Lending Rate, Base rate and Marginal Cost of Funds based Lending Rate. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com The Reserve Bank on Thursday said it will hold further discussions with banks on linking interest rates on personal, home, auto and MSME loans with various benchmark rates, a move that would […]

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What is the Stormont Lock? Could this save Theresa May’s Brexit deal?

On Wednesday hope for the British public was high as MPs voted on eight motions to find a majority for the way forward on Brexit, essential breaking the political deadlock suffocating Parliament since the negotiations started. But after every single option was rejected, the Brexit impasse continues. Originally, Britain was due to leave the European Union tomorrow, on March 29, […]

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Former VP of United Auto Workers charged in corruption probe

A former vice president at the United Auto Workers was charged Monday with conspiracy in a scheme with Fiat Chrysler executives to buy meals, golf and other perks with the automaker's money — the highest-ranking official snagged in an investigation that has exposed corrupt ties between labor and management. The conspiracy charge against Norwood Jewell was filed as a criminal […]

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EU trade surplus with U.S. expands, deficit with China grows

BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The European Union’s trade surplus with the United States and its deficit with China both increased in January, serving as potential fuel for trade conflicts between the world’s largest economies. The EU surplus in goods trade with the United States expanded to 11.5 billion euros ($13.0 billion) in January, from 10.1 billion in January 2018, EU statistics […]

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European shares end a choppy Brexit-led session with a whimper

LONDON (Reuters) – European shares ended flat on Tuesday after a choppy session during which hopes British Prime Minister Theresa May would win support for her plans for an orderly Brexit in an evening vote in Parliament gradually faded. European bourses trimmed their morning gains and the pan-European index ended the day down 0.04 percent while the euro zone’s STOXXE […]

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Volvo Cars warns of pulling electric cars out of United States: FT

(Reuters) – Volvo Cars, owned by China’s Zhejiang Geely Holding Group Co, will not sell its all-electric Polestar models in the United States if the company faces tariffs on exports from China, the Financial Times reported on Wednesday. “The business case for bringing the car to the U.S. is highly dependent on the type of tariffs we have,” Polestar Chief […]

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