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Libyan State Oil Firm Warns against Export Blockade

Libya's National Oil Company warned Friday against threats to block oil exports, the war-torn country's main income source, two days before a Berlin conference aimed at relaunching a peace process.

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Dutch Tech Firm Caught in U.S.-China Row

Dutch computer chip machine manufacturer ASML found itself on Friday at the center of a row between Beijing and Washington over the delivery of a hi-tech system to China.

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Toyota Investing $400 Million in Flying Car Company

Japanese car giant Toyota said Thursday it is investing nearly $400 million in a company working on commercializing electric flying cars for "fast, quiet and affordable air transportation services."

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Tough Love for Amazon's Bezos in India

Amazon boss Jeff Bezos on Friday promised to create a million new jobs in India in a farewell love letter to the country, after ending a tough visit that reportedly included a snub by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

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'Big Ben Bongs for Brexit' Battle Turns Pricey

Britain's bewildering battle to get Big Ben to bong for Brexit is becoming brutal -- and big-budget to boot as public cash donations flooded in Friday for a celebratory peal.

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Turkey Central Bank Cuts Interest Rate to 11.25%

Turkey's central bank trimmed its main interest rate again on Thursday to 11.25 percent -- the fifth cut in six months.

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Asian Markets Rise as China, US Finally Put Pen to Paper on Deal

Asian markets rose early Thursday as details were released of the China-US trade deal signed in Washington, with analysts saying it would allow investors to turn their focus to the global outlook and earnings season.

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US, China Set to Sign Vital Trade Truce

The world's two dominant economic powers, the United States and China, are poised to sign a trade truce Wednesday that will allow businesses around the globe to breathe a sigh of relief.

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Nissan Denies Reported Plans to Split with Renault

Nissan is "in no way" planning to end its partnership with Renault, the Japanese auto giant insisted Tuesday after a report suggested a divorce was possible in the wake of the Carlos Ghosn scandal.

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New CEO Tells Staff Boeing Must be 'Transparent'

New Boeing Chief Executive David Calhoun told employees on Monday the company must strengthen its culture, focus on "integrity" and be "transparent," according to an email sent to staff.

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