BBC News - Business 6 April 2018

Trump threatens further $100bn in tariffs against China

But China says it will "pay any price" to protect its interests in the escalating trade stand-off.

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UK chains Bargain Booze and Wine Rack sold to Bestway

The High Street chains are bought by Bestway for £7m following the collapse of owner Conviviality.

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US jobs growth slows in March

The US economy added fewer jobs than expected, with some analysts blaming the cold weather.

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Co-operative Group swings back to profit

The group reports a strong set of results after what it calls a "year of progress".

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Royal Mail fined for sending 300,000 nuisance emails

Royal Mail broke the law by sending marketing materials without consent, the ICO rules

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Soft drink sugar tax starts, but will it work?

Half of manufacturers cut sugar content, with ministers calling it a good start in fight against obesity.

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'I can manufacture better doors here in Rwanda'

The Rwandan door company trying to reduce imports by competing against Western manufacturers.

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Holding out

Older Swedes fear being left behind as businesses move away from cashless transactions.

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Flying whales

Airbus's huge new super-transporter plane can carry two passenger jet wings instead of one.

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