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Trade

​Samsung forecasts 37% income fall
Samsung, the largest manufacturer of televisions and mobile phones, has seen revenues fall by more than a third in the fourth quarter of 2014 compared to a year earlier, as Chinese brands gain popularity in the market.

08.01.2015 12:36

​‘Serve English wine, not French’ in UK embassies – Tory MP blasts Foreign Office
English viniculture received a vigorous boost from a Tory MP on Wednesday, who said that UK embassies should serve British – not French – wine.

07.01.2015 15:35

Pasty peril! TTIP threatens Cornwall’s £300m meat pastry trade
The UK's much-loved Cornish pasty could be hijacked by a horde of US imitations under an EU-US trade agreement being negotiated in Brussels. Critics of the deal warn it could also lead to the spread of genetically modified products in UK stores.

06.01.2015 13:54

More than £30bn wiped off UK markets over Greece euro exit fears
The value of UK firms plummeted more than £30 billion on Monday as world markets reacted to Greece potentially leaving the euro currency.

06.01.2015 11:11

​Nazi cows? Farmer forced to cull aggressive, genetically-engineered ‘Third Reich’ herd
A British farmer who farmed the only herd of Nazi-engineered cows in the country has been forced to cull the number of his herd after they became too aggressive and tried to attack his staff.

05.01.2015 13:41

‘US-Cuba relations: no return possible to pre-revolution state of affairs’
It’s impossible to go back to a trusting relationship between America and Cuba until there is respect for Cuban sovereignty and can respectfully talks on how to resolve economic disputes, Gloria La Riva, National Committee to Free the Cuban Five, told RT.

24.12.2014 11:02

Putin gives nod to Armenia joining Eurasian Economic Union
Russian President Vladimir Putin has put his signature to a law that makes Armenia a full member of the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) from January 2, 2015.

23.12.2014 10:42

​‘Full force of the law’ for City traders who rig commodities – Chancellor
Traders who rig commodity markets, such as oil and gold, could face up to seven years in prison under new laws proposed by British Chancellor George Osborne

23.12.2014 16:16

Oil price fall: ‘Nobody will be a winner’
Refusing to cut production OPEC is planting the seeds of a future oil crisis where global consumption will overtake a global production, Dr. Mamdouh Salameh, consultant on oil and energy at the World Bank told RT.

22.12.2014 17:33

‘West shoots itself in the foot with Russian sanctions’
The Russian economy cannot be fully excluded from the global monetary system, attempts to do so along with imposing more sanctions, will lead to a further fall in the ruble and a financial crisis similar to 2008, economic analyst Michael Mross told RT.

22.12.2014 07:44

Already 50,000 signatures for Italian referendum on Euro, Eurosceptic leader says
Beppe Grillo, the leader of an Italian Eurosceptic party says he has already received 50,000 signatures for his petition to push for a referendum on Italy leaving the Euro. He cites rising unemployment and lack of economic growth for wanting to quit.

20.12.2014 16:57

Porsches sold out: Luxury cars go like hotcakes in Russia amid ruble plunge
Car dealers in the Russian capital ran out of stock, as customers were buying Porsches, Lamborghinis and BMWs in unusually large numbers, despite growing price tags. The influx was prompted both by holiday spirits and ruble devaluation, experts say.

20.12.2014 13:10