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France to Implement Digital Tax despite US Opposition

French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said on Friday that France would stick to plans for a tax on digital giants such as Facebook and Apple, despite displeasure in Washington.

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Japan Court Extends Ghosn Detention Until April 14

Former Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn will remain in custody until at least April 14, a Japanese court ruled on Friday, as prosecutors quiz him over fresh allegations of financial misconduct.

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Bezos ex-Wife to Surrender 75% of Couple's Amazon Shares

MacKenzie Bezos, ex-wife of Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, announced Thursday they had finalized their divorce, and that she would surrender 75 percent of the couple's shares in the tech giant.

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Ghosn Vows He Won't be 'Broken' after Re-arrest in Tokyo

Japanese prosecutors Thursday re-arrested Carlos Ghosn on fresh allegations of financial misconduct, as the former auto tycoon slammed an "outrageous and arbitrary" detention and vowed he would "not be broken."

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France Says 'New Elements' in Ghosn Case Passed to Judiciary

Renault's internal probe into allegations of financial wrongdoing by former CEO Carlos Ghosn has revealed "new elements" that have been passed onto the authorities, French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said on Thursday.

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Trump to Meet China's Top Trade Negotiator at the White House

President Donald Trump is set to meet with Chinese Vice Premier Liu He on Thursday, officials said, signaling that a deal to end a tariff battle between the two countries may be close.

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Ex-Nissan Chief Ghosn Rearrested in Tokyo

Former Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn was rearrested early Thursday in Tokyo on fresh financial misconduct allegations, with the auto tycoon slamming his detention as "outrageous and arbitrary".

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Putin Opens Mercedes Plant in Russia

Russian President Vladimir Putin Russia and German Economy Minister Peter Altmaier unveiled a Mercedes-Benz car plant in Russia on Wednesday, praising cooperation between the two countries.

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UK Services Sector Shrinks for First Time Since July 2016

Britain's key services sector shrank in March for the first time since July 2016, with activity slammed by Brexit turmoil and flat economic growth, a leading survey showed on Wednesday.

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London Stocks Stable with All Eyes on Brexit

London's stock market steadied at the start of trading on Wednesday, after British Prime Minister Theresa May said she would seek another Brexit delay to avoid crashing out.

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