BBC News - Business 5 March 2018

Trump trade row: EU considers tax on Levi jean imports

Europe has a draft list of US goods it could tax should Trump go ahead and tax steel imports.

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Royal Mail halts three million scam letters

The company says it has stopped hoards of scam letters after responding to criticism of its role.

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Reality Check: The cost of the big freeze

Are estimates of £1bn a day lost to the UK economy due to snow realistic?

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Airbus warns it may need to stockpile parts against Brexit

The aerospace group says it is planning to stockpile parts for its wing building operation in the UK.

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Energy drinks: UK supermarkets ban sales to under-16s

Boots becomes the latest retailer to introduce an age limit to the high-caffeine and sugary drinks.

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Car sales fall again as UK consumers shun diesels

New UK car registrations fell last month, with another sharp drop in diesel sales.

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Trinity Mirror changes name to Reach after Express deal

The name change comes after the company completes its deal to buy the Daily Express.

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Theresa May: Young are 'right to be angry' about lack of homes

Theresa May says it is wrong that only those with family support can afford to own their own homes.

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Big thaw leaves thousands without water in parts of UK

Burst water mains are adding to the problems, with households urged to use only what they need.

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Listeria outbreak: South Africa bins polony and other meats

South Africa says polony and other meats may not be safe, after a food poisoning outbreak kills 180.

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