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Investors go back to basics with simpler self-driving vehicles

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COVENTRY, England, Feb 1 (Reuters) - Developing fully autonomous vehicles (AVs) that can go everywhere has proven harder and more expensive than expected, but...

India raises silver import duty to align with gold

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MUMBAI, Feb 1 (Reuters) - India raised total taxes on silver imports 15% and on silver dore to 14.35%, the government said in a...

Private equity firm MBK paid over $300 mln for Japan elderly...

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HONG KONG, Feb 1 (Reuters) - North Asia-focused private equity firm MBK Partners paid over $300 million to wholly acquire Unimat Retirement Community Co...

India’s Jindal Steel and Power says enquiries from European buyers on...

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NEW DELHI, Jan 31 (Reuters) - India's Jindal Steel and Power Ltd (JSP) (JNSP.NS) has received a flurry of enquiries from European buyers seeking...

Australian state to soon finalise order for miners to beef up...

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MELBOURNE, Jan 31 (Reuters) - New South Wales is set to finalise an order by mid-February that will require all mining firms in Australia's...

Gold edges higher, on track for third straight monthly gain

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Gold set for gain of over 5% in JanuarySilver, platinum, palladium set for monthly fallFed policy meeting on Jan. 31 - Feb. 1Jan 31...

Glencore sells Russian aluminium into LME storage, sources say

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Glencore sold 40,000 tonnes of aluminium on the LME -sourcesOff warrant aluminium in Gwangyang at 80,950 tonnes in NovemberGlencore declines commentLONDON, Jan 30 (Reuters)...

Column: Asia thermal coal prices slip as China, India buy less:...

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LAUNCESTON, Australia, Jan 30 (Reuters) - Asia's seaborne thermal coal markets are losing heat, with both prices and volumes declining as winter demand passes...

Oil prices fall on profit taking, strong Russian supply

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Jan 27 (Reuters) - Oil prices reversed earlier gains on Friday as indications of strong Russian oil supply offset better than expected U.S. economic...

Rising interest rates have a sting in the tail for Europe’s...

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LONDON/FRANKFURT, Jan 27 (Reuters) - Rising borrowing costs are giving a long-awaited lift to Europe's beleaguered banks, but they come with a sting in...

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