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New warning adds to fears for global car industry
Concerns about the car industry’s health continue to mount after parts giant Continental warned of deteriorating conditions in the sector, sales of cars in China plunged and Ford flagged up the huge costs of developing technology for electric and driverless vehicles.
The Telegraph United Kingdom Published: 15/01/19
Calls for action on late payments a year after Carillion collapse
Small businesses have urged the Government to step up a crackdown on late payments a year on from the collapse of Carillion, which went under owing £2bn to 30,000 suppliers last January.
The Telegraph United Kingdom Published: 15/01/19
Ryanair refused to pay compensation for 21-hour delay. Here's how I won
I wrote last June about my grim experience flying with Ryanair.
The Telegraph United Kingdom Published: 14/01/19
Germany flirts with recession, but Italy and France will bear the brunt
Every so often an economic statistic pulls you up short.
The Telegraph United Kingdom Published: 14/01/19
Jaguar Land Rover: How EU rules left Slovakia free to entice car maker from UK with £110m state aid sweetener
Ever since the 2016 EU referendum, Jaguar Land Rover has been issuing grim warnings about job losses in the event of a hard Brexit.
The Telegraph United Kingdom Published: 11/01/19
Hands on: Is Google's instant language translator a game changer for tourists?
Cancel your children’s Spanish lessons.
The Telegraph United Kingdom Published: 11/01/19
Interfering politicians could spark return of high inflation, World Bank warns
The decades-long era of low inflation could soon come to an end as politicians begin to interfere with the decision-making processes of central banks, according to the World Bank.
The Telegraph United Kingdom Published: 09/01/19
Mothercare's online sales tumble during festive period
Troubled retailer Mothercare has reported a 16.
The Telegraph United Kingdom Published: 09/01/19
Construction giant Laing O'Rourke calls for Government help after striking crucial bank deal
The boss of Laing O’Rourke, the country’s biggest privately owned construction contractor, has called for more support after striking a painful deal with lenders to safeguard of the future its 15,000 workers.
The Telegraph United Kingdom Published: 08/01/19
British officials 'putting out feelers' with EU for Article 50 extension
British and European officials are discussing the possibility of extending Article 50 amid fears a Brexit deal will not be completed by March 29, the Telegraph can reveal.
The Telegraph United Kingdom Published: 08/01/19

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