Products from Israeli settlements must be labelled, EU court rules

European court of justice says origin must be identified in decision likely to anger Israel The European Union’s top court has ruled that EU countries must oblige retailers to identify products made in Israeli settlements with special labels, in a ruli…

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Products from Israeli settlements must be labelled, EU court rules

European court of justice says origin must be identified in decision likely to anger Israel The European Union’s top court has ruled that EU countries must oblige retailers to identify products made in Israeli settlements with special labels, in a ruli…

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Boeing 737 Max jets could fly again by January with safety checks under way

World’s biggest planemaker hopes aviation authorities will soon approve plane’s flight control softwareBoeing said on Monday it could have its fleet of 737 Max jets flying again by January as safety checks on the aircraft’s troubled flight software rea…

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A buyer for British Steel is welcome but what’s Jingye’s strategy? | Nils Pratley

It’s hard to see why the Chinese firm wants to take over a loss-making business in a tough marketHalf the woes for steelmakers in Britain derive from dumping into world markets by Chinese producers, or so we have been told for a couple of decades. So i…

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A Chinese digital currency is the real threat, not Facebook’s Libra | Kenneth Rogoff

Western governments need to start thinking about their response to currencies they cannot controlThe Facebook chief executive, Mark Zuckerberg, was at least half right when he recently told Congress that there was no US monopoly on regulation of next-g…

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Bidding for ‘milestone’ sale of Aramco shares set for next week

State-owned Saudi oil company said it will provide the final offer price on 5 DecemberBidding for shares in the world’s most profitable company will start in a week’s time, it has been announced, as Saudi Aramco fleshed out its plans for a much-delayed…

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