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Amazon glitch posts 1p ‘bargains’, sellers risk bankruptcy
A computer error led to hundreds of items being sold on Amazon for just 1p, and now businesses say they risk going bankrupt if they are forced to honor the sales.

15.12.2014 13:29

​Tour de scallops: French sea products travel to China for cleaning, and then back
Scallops caught off the western coast of France wind up going on a torturous tour: they are shipped to China for cleaning, and then sent back to France for cooking. Authorities insist the far-flung trip is worth it.

14.12.2014 14:24

How much of a winner is India in WTO trade facilitation agreement?
US agricultural companies have a beady eye on India’s arable market as it prepares to sign a trade agreement.However,due to India’s outdated farming techniques, there are worries that Indian farmers will struggle to compete once trade barriers are removed

11.12.2014 20:21

‘South Stream cancelation bad news for C. European countries that need cheap energy'
The abolishment of the South Stream gas project will negatively affect countries which need cheap energy, such as Hungary, Anna Van Densky, a political commentator for EU Reporter Magazine, told RT ahead of the Central Europe summit in Prague.

11.12.2014 15:00

​No ‘oil for goods’ agreement signed with Russia – Iranian oil minister
Iran and Russia have not signed a barter agreement to exchange oil for Russian goods, says Iranian oil minister Bijan Namdar Zangeneh. It contradicts statements made by Russia’s Economic Development Minister Aleksey Ulyukayev.

11.12.2014 11:41

​Do they know it’s Christmas? Thousands of UK families face winter of poverty
Thousands of British families will be dependent on handouts and charity this Christmas as rates of poverty in the UK continue to soar.

10.12.2014 15:24

Putin: Nuclear projects core of cooperation between Russia and India
When President Putin makes his lightning one-day visit to India, the main thing on his mind will be power. He’ll be discussing nuclear cooperation and energy when he meets Prime Minister Modi.

10.12.2014 12:14

‘BRICS becoming a significant alternative voice in the international arena’
BRICS could emerge as a voice for an alternative world view and development model as there is a good scope to take the relationship forward, Rajiv Sikri, former secretary at India’s Ministry of External Affairs, told RT.

10.12.2014 12:21

35,000 oil & gas jobs at risk as crude price tumbles – study
Thousands of British workers are to lose their jobs as the oil and gas industry declines, a new report suggests.

10.12.2014 12:17

‘Failed experiment’: Privatized rail, water & utilities hit households financially – study
British households could be saving £250 a year each if services such as railways and water were publicly owned rather than privatized, according to a new report.

09.12.2014 14:26

‘Chinese economy grows, European decreases’
Selling off half of Toulouse Airport to the Chinese to make a short-term profit shows that the Chinese economy is getting stronger, and European economies are becoming weaker, Pierre Guerlain, of the Paris West University Nanterre La Defense told RT.

08.12.2014 10:24

‘Remember lessons we taught Hitler’: Top 10 quotes from Putin’s State of Nation address
In his yearly address to parliamentarians and dignitaries, Vladimir Putin gave a reminder of Russia's strength as the country that Hitler failed to defeat, while also comparing Crimea's significance to that of the Temple Mount to Jews.

04.12.2014 11:52