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U.S. trade deficit falls from two-year high on weak imports


The U.S. trade deficit fell from a near two year high in February as slowing domestic demand weighed on imports and stronger global growth boosted exports of American goods.

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Imagination Technologies' shares plunge after Apple ends contract


Shares in UK chip designer Imagination Technologies have plunged more than 60% after Apple said it would end a deal to use its products.

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Over 500 jobs added to Alpart workforce, says mining ministry


More than 500 jobs have been added to the workforce at Alpart/JISCO Alumina Refinery in Nain, St Elizabeth, and the number is expected to climb to over 700 by the time the plant reopens on June 20, according to the Ministry of Mining and Transport.

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Boeing's newest, largest Dreamliner jet makes first test flight

Larger-787Boeing Co's (BA.N) newest and largest Dreamliner model, the 787-10, took off successfully on its first flight on Friday, kicking off a flight test program for the high-tech jet.

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Airlines warn of disruption if no quick Brexit aviation deal


Britain must prioritize aviation in Brexit negotiations if it is to avoid major disruption to air travel, budget carrier Ryanair (RYA.I) warned on Wednesday, echoing growing concerns across the sector as Britain triggers its exit from the European Union.

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