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Singapore bank slips up on spelling

Singapore’s central bank apologises after misspelling the name of the country’s first president on packaging for commemorative notes.

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UK film industry tax breaks approved

Government plans to extend tax breaks for the British film industry, in a bid to attract more blockbusters to be filmed in the UK, are approved by the EU.

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July public finances hit surplus

The UK government spent less last month than it received in taxes and other forms of income, official figures show.

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Asian shares continue downward trend

Shares in Asia fall as mounting concerns over China’s slowing economy continue to affect global markets.

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Is it 1997 all over again?

Is it 1997 all over again?

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GM trees ‘strangled’ by red tape

US researchers say it has become “virtually impossible” to plant genetically modified trees in any part of the world.

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Scottish growth ‘longest since 2001′

Scotland’s economy has seen its longest period of uninterrupted growth since 2001, according to the Scottish government’s chief economist.

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How firms are fighting off spies and hackers

How firms are protecting themselves post-Snowden

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Guilt trip: Is holidaying more hassle than it’s worth?

Is going on holiday more hassle than it’s worth?

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‘More Ashley Madison’ data leaks

A data dump indicates it contains further leaked material from the adultery dating site Ashley Madison, but a key file appears to be damaged.