BBC News - Business 3 April 2018

Spotify braces for $20bn US share market listing

The Swedish music streaming business is on track for a new phase of its development.

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Murdoch proposes Sky News sale to Disney

21st Century Fox says it would sell Sky News to Disney in an effort to ease its proposed acquisition of Sky.

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RAC apologises after breaking insurance rules

More than a million breakdown customers were not given proper information about policy renewals

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De la Rue given more time to challenge passport decision

The UK's passport supplier gets a two-week extension to challenge a move to a new maker post-Brexit.

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White House criticises China for $3bn tariffs on US imports

Markets lurch as Beijing imposes tariffs on 128 US products, including pork, wine and aluminium.

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France strike: Rail misery as three-month action tests Macron

Transport misery for commuters as strikes challenging President Macron's labour reform begin.

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The drone school really taking off

Ivory Coast's biggest power provider is training drone pilots to inspect electricity pylons.

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Zimbabwe's struggling timber industry

Timber producers in Zimbabwe are having to diversify in an increasingly difficult market.

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