The 0.3% decline in the first 10 months is an early sign that UK car production is being hit by rising global economic uncertainty
British car manufacturing has fallen over the first 10 months of the year as the first signs emerge that UK car production is being hit by rising global economic uncertainty.
The number of cars rolling off UK production lines was down 0.3% compared with the same period in 2013, at 1.28m vehicles according to the figures from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT).
Activity in some of China’s factories and workshops hits a six month low in November, a fresh survey shows.
Tech giant Yahoo will now replace market leader Google as the default search engine on Firefox’s internet browsers in the US.
Chemicals giant Ineos is to announce plans to invest up to $1bn (£640m) in shale gas exploration and production in the UK, the BBC understands.
Wealthy city-state Singapore has once again topped a ranking of the best places in the world to do business, with the UK ranking only 21st.
Based on old and irrelevant modelling, the figure trumpeted as ‘extra revenue’ is reported as fact, rather than properly questioned
If you want to see a government being held to account, you should plug your ears when you hear talk about the benefits of the China-Australia free trade agreement. Based on old, irrelevant modelling, the benefits of the agreement have been taken by too many in the media as given, rather than properly questioned.
If I can come back in another life, let me come back as an Australian politician announcing a free-trade agreement. Oh the carefree joy. Oh frabjous day to be able to spread good cheer and wealth to all. And oh how wonderful to not have to worry about justifying any of the figures.
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The UK government is due to get an indication on whether its battle to overturn an EU law on bankers’ pay is likely to succeed.