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Economic damage from the pandemic means companies thinking twice about spending overseas. 🌍💰 Foreign direct investment 🔻35% in 2020 to $1tn, says UNCTAD 👷🏿👩‍🏭 That means less jobs & lower living standards, UNCTAD's James Zhan@bbcaaronbcabbc.co.uk/news/businessapOSzz6r
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Flexible tickets: 'I was hoping for a better deal' bbc.in/3zJghiZ
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Morrisons' share price soars 30% on takeover offer bbc.in/35Hl2M4
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Rail passengers who travel to work two or three days a week now have the option of a flexible monthly ticket bbc.in/3iXBvne
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Apple under investigation by the German competition watchdog over market dominance bbc.in/3cWSBxC
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Gupta-owner Jaguar Land Rover supplier in talks with lenders bbc.in/3vIrJYL
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For months you'll have read about the families wrongly convicted of fraud in the #PostOfficeScandal but there are thousands more, not charged but totally ruined. @collettasmith met the lovely Sethi Family in Essex - two decades on, it still hurts: bbc.co.uk/news/business-…
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A flurry of hacks on some of the world's biggest businesses - including McDonald's, Travelex and Colonial Pipeline - has forced the FBI to adopt a new mission to 'disrupt' cybercrime @bbcaaron explains what's going on bbc.in/3vP4s7E
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Can old traditions and tech help Singapore reach zero waste? bbc.in/3vEHFve
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As the UN appeals for international donations to finance emergency relief and the reconstruction of Gaza, what is Gaza’s economic potential? bbc.co.uk/programmes/w3c…
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The crazy heartbreaking story of the Sethi family. Forced into bankruptcy by the #postofficescandal. The Post Office told me the first 400 payouts have now been made but I’ve not heard from anyone who’s received a penny yet... odd. Are you one of them? bbc.co.uk/news/business-…
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Online shopping boom drives rush for warehouse space bbc.in/3zKk7II
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Since the pandemic people have been going online to test beauty products virtually The trend is set to continue bbc.in/3vJJUxw
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In 2016 North Korean hackers planned a $1bn raid on Bangladesh's national bank and came within an inch of success But how did they do it? bbc.in/3qev6FI
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Snapchat removes controversial feature displaying how fast a user is travelling when taking a picture or video bbc.in/3vIg0tu
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New flexible tickets go on sale aimed at commuters in England who only travel to work two or three days a week bbc.in/3gKrQxE
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"I forgot how to laugh for two or three years" Anjana and Baljit Sethi used to run two Post Office branches near Romford in Essex But 20 years ago they fell victim to the Horizon Post Office scandal bbc.in/3qbRxvs
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Hotel Chocolat pays £4 for beauty firm Rabot 1745 bbc.in/3wJFvfd
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Morrisons' share price soars 30% on takeover offer bbc.in/3vOlCCd
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McDonald's to hire 20,000 staff and open 50 outlets bbc.co.uk/news/business-…
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Apple Daily: HK pro-democracy paper could 'shut within days', says adviser bbc.in/3iX4IyQ
New season tickets go on sale for part-time commuters bbc.in/2UaJRNV
‘Virtual beauty tests used to be gimmicky but now they are useful’ bbc.in/3gGCZ2k
Online shopping trend makes warehousing hot property bbc.in/3gI8Hh9
McDonald's to hire 20,000 staff and open 50 outlets bbc.in/3wI1kvK
Shipping disruption: 'We're doing our best - but this is crippling' bbc.in/3gIIPQZ
US private equity firm considers bid for Morrisons bbc.in/2SbgGK2
Can old traditions and tech help Singapore reach zero waste? bbc.in/3vCMXHK
Can you lose your job if you don't show your boss your vaccine certificate? We ask US, UK and European legal experts, after Harry Potter's publisher and major global banks ask non-vaccinated staff to stay away: LISTEN: bbc.in/3iY4pDX
Fake ads on Facebook spoil real life fairy story bbc.in/2TF1s0h
UK food and drink exports to the EU almost halved in the first three months of 2021 Figures from the Food and Drink federation suggest sales dropped by 47%, due to Brexit and Covid-19 [Thread] bbc.in/2U5gMn1
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People in Hong Kong have queued up to buy copies of the pro-democracy newspaper Apple Daily a day after its newsroom was raided by police. Several executives have been arrested and others charged under Hong Kong's controversial new national security law bbc.in/3cRsW9K
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Andrew Lloyd Webber rejects PM's offer for Cinderella to be Covid pilot bbc.in/2S78kTE
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US Supreme Court blocks child slavery lawsuit against chocolate firms bbc.in/3cS4g0O
TikTok owner ByteDance sees its earnings double in 2020 bbc.in/2TE6zhf
Retail sales fell by 1.4% between April and May as people chose to eat out instead of buying food bbc.in/3wGmXMG
How market research reveals what you really think bbc.in/2TIEncW
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Building fire pits and making ice cream from over-ripe bananas - all part of an average lesson at one London primary school. #BBCFoodChain finds out how and why this school has put food at the heart of its learning bbc.in/3iRryYk
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UK music fans are sitting on hundreds of thousands of tickets for postponed concerts because of the pandemic bbc.in/2S954Hz
PM Boris Johnson says he treating 19 July as "a terminus date" and is confident remaining restrictions will be lifted then "I think that's certainly what the data continues to indicate" Latest: bbc.in/35A3jpO
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Bloomsbury staff must be vaccinated before office return bbc.in/35B1p8l
After decades of restrictions, China's leaders want women to have more children But will a three-child policy prevent a decline in China's population? #BusinessDaily bbc.in/35wE0VG
MSC Cruises cancels passenger trips after overbooking bbc.in/3xteixi
Worst hit was trade with Ireland, normally the biggest overseas market for food and drink Trade was down by more than 70% Sales to Germany, Spain and Italy also more than halved Read more: bbc.in/2U5gMn1
Compared with the first quarter of 2019 (before the pandemic) exports of cheese were down 72%; fish sales were down 52% and chocolate was down 37% bbc.in/2U5gMn1
New trade barriers were not the only factor affecting cross channel trade The Food and Drink Federation say Covid-19 accounted for a decline in trade of around 10-15% bbc.in/2U5gMn1
The decline was largely due to changes in the UK's trading relationships post-Brexit The coronavirus pandemic was also a factor, trade bodies say But the government says it's "too early to draw any firm conclusions" on the long term impact of Brexit bbc.in/2U5gMn1
UK food and drink exports to the EU almost halved in the first three months of 2021 Figures from the Food and Drink federation suggest sales dropped by 47%, due to Brexit and Covid-19 [Thread] bbc.in/2U5gMn1
UK food and drinks exports have fallen by a third, a new report says, citing Covid and the UK's changing relationship with the EU Gin company co-founder Rachel Hicks told @FelicityHannah their exports into Europe 'fell off a cliff' 🎧bbc.in/2SbslbU17#WakeUpToMoneyeoF
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Retail sales fall in May as shoppers dine out bbc.in/3xwoFR6
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