Negotiators upbeat as they wrap up NAFTA talks round - IFA wraps in Berlin - China's painful energy transition
The long-running saga over the sale of Toshiba's chip division has taken another twist, with the Japanese leaning toward Bain Capital as the winner of a tender and Western Digital saying it would contest the decision.
Catalan police said a bomb scare near Barcelona's landmark Sagrada Familia church was a false alarm. They had earlier cordoned off the cathedral and nearby businesses.
The American Chamber of Commerce in Korea has said the trade deal between the US and South Korea has had a positive impact on both nations' economies. It added that abandoning it would be severely damaging.
As bankrupt Air Berlin stares at an uncertain future facing the prospect of being broken up, low-cost airline Ryanair says it doesn't have any intention of making an offer to buy the beleaguered carrier.
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