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Increase car taxes to help climate, advisers say

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U.S. pulled out of talks on digital services taxes - Lighthizer

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German stimulus package hands families €300 for each child

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Coronavirus: US weekly jobless claims hit 6.6 million

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US Treasury yields tumble after aggressive Fed action

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RPT-US Treasury yields tumble after aggressive Fed action

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UPDATE 4-Fed provides massive liquidity injection to calm markets amid signs of stress

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UK employers urge Johnson not to sacrifice services in EU deal

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Putin appoints former economy minister Maxim Oreshkin as adviser

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Flying cars could lure investors away from ground-based services -survey

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UPDATE 3-Trump asks U.S. Supreme Court to prevent release of his tax returns

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Loan charge - retrospective tax bills for freelancers

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Stanley Fischer and the twilight of technocracy

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Exchange-rate shifts have helped the global economy

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China modernises its monetary policy

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The hubris of ten-year budgets

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Rentokil profit surges on gains from Haniel JV

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An overhaul of Brazilian labour law should spur job creation

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UPDATE 3-After healthcare failure, Republicans face similar divisions on tax reform

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Carillion picks accountants EY to help with strategic review

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SE Asia Stocks-Most up on cautious Fed; Philippines gives up gains

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The EU proposes pan-European pension products

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UPDATE 3-Police seize servers of Ukrainian software firm after cyber attack

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Pakistan’s old economic vulnerabilities persist

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Barclays and four former executives are charged with fraud

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The perils of nationalisation

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UPDATE 1-World Bank approves $500 mln grant package for Afghanistan projects

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President Trump wants to privatise air-traffic control

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Why government-bond yields have been falling again

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Global monetary policy is not tightening as expected

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UK consumers downbeat on finances as inflation bites

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How becoming a Hong Kong pensioner can save you tax

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Donald Trump’s budget ignores what is ailing American workers

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A new anthology of essays reconsiders Thomas Piketty’s “Capital”

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NEWSMAKER-Macron picks pro-EU conservative Le Maire as French finance chief

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RPT-UPDATE 1-ING Q1 underlying pretax profit up 39 pct, beats expectations

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From two would-be Fed leaders, the central bank needs to change

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Investors are both bullish and skittish about share prices

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May pledges not to increase VAT, quiet on other taxes

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Federal Reserve: US economic slowdown temporary

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Protecting American steel from imports makes no sense

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UK economy grows by 0.3% as service sector slows

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America’s big banks have an encouraging first quarter

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Jet-propelled sky taxi tested in Germany

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Why the Federal Reserve should keep its balance-sheet large

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The EFTA countries show how hard Brexit will be for Britain

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America has a retirement problem, not a saving problem

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Portugal Fiscal Expenditure

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Portugal GDP Growth Rate

The Portuguese economy advanced 0.6 percent on quarter in the last three months (...)

Portugal GDP Annual Growth Rate

The Portuguese economy expanded 2 percent year-on-year in the last quarter (...)

Portugal Government Spending

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Portugal Retail Sales MoM

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Portugal Sales Tax Rate | VAT

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How Chávez and Maduro have impoverished Venezuela

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Ireland’s food industries would be worst hit by a hard Brexit

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