NEW YORK, June 29 A United Nations-focused news outlet linked to what U.S. authorities call a scheme to bribe a former U.N. General Assembly president on Wednesday denied prosecution claims that Chinese government officials were involved in its development.
LONDON, June 30 British car production rose by 26 percent year on year in May thanks to particularly strong demand for exports, but momentum could be halted by a loss of tariff-free access to Europe, an industry body said on Thursday.
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June 29 Visa Inc filed a lawsuit against Wal-Mart Stores Inc on Wednesday, claiming the retailer secretly began testing a protocol that eliminated the need for signature verifications for transactions paid for with a Visa debit card.
NEW DELHI India on Wednesday approved an increase of at least 14.29 percent in salaries and pensions for about 10 million government employees and pensioners, a move that is expected to boost consumer demand and underpin economic growth.