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The UK faces shortages of British-produced meat as problems with recruitment continue, the industry has warned. Brexit and coronavirus have meant many EU workers have returned to their own countries, putting a squeeze on production. The poultry industry is reporting a 10%

British food and drink exports to the EU fell by £2bn in the first three months of 2021, with sales of dairy products plummeting by 90%, according to an analysis of HMRC data. Brexit checks, stockpiling and Covid have been blamed

The number of Britons who own cryptocurrencies has risen to an estimated 2.3 million amid signs that fewer consumers believe that putting money into the nascent market is a gamble. The Financial Conduct Authority said yesterday that its latest research indicated

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It is safe to say that NGOs and multi-nationals have never seen eye to eye. When it comes to international oil companies, particularly those who operate in emerging markets, the relationship between the two can easily be described as acrimonious

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In the Forex world, if you snooze, you lose. To win at the foreign currency trading game, you need to be plugged into both economic and political news, you must learn to read the charts, and you have to be

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