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Employees and contractors of the Optimum Coal Mine, owned by the controversial Gupta family, demonstrate  in front of the gates of the mine in Hendrina, South Africa, on February 22nd, 2018.  Workers are on strike because of the withdrawal of services in South Africa by India’s state-owned Bank of Baroda, the only institution in the country that still banked the Guptas. Photograph: Marco Longari /AFP/Getty Images

The corporate logo on the deserted plot in a grim industrial park near Johannesburg is broken. At the front, a “To Let” sign hints at a business in de(...)

Boeing v Bombardier: workers rally at the Canadian company’s Belfast plant, which makes CSeries wings. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

In an increasingly partisan bureaucracy, the decision of the United States International Trade Commission to throw out a complaint by Boeing, the Amer(...)

A man works on a C-Series wing in the Bombardier factory in Belfast. The company announced results showing it is generating cash at the healthiest rate in seven years. Photograph: Clodagh Kilcoyne/Reuters

Bombardier is generating cash at the healthiest clip in seven years. Free cash flow jumped 76 per cent to $872 million during the fourth quarter, the (...)

British prime minister Theresa May speaks to a worker during a visit to the Bombardier factory in Belfast before meeting the main political parties at Stormont, for talks aimed at ending the 13-month political stalemate. Photograph: Charles McQuillan/PA Wire

British prime minister Theresa May has met aircraft workers at Bombardier’s Belfast factory in the wake of the company’s trade battle victory in the U(...)

 The Bombardier Aerospace plant in Belfast. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Bombardier could face a fresh threat from Boeing if it decides to appeal the decision by a US trade body not to impose high tariffs on sales of Bombar(...)

Boeing accuses Bombardier of dumping the CSeries planes in the US market. Photograph: iStock

Planemaker Bombardier is expected to lose a hotly contested US trade dispute this week, a Canadian government source said on Thursday, likely inflamin(...)

Digicel chairman Denis O’Brien says Brexit is “Dunkirk without ships”.

Our man in Davos, Joe Brennan meets Denis O’Brien and hears his warning about the office-market bubble in Dublin, that there is “absolutely no chance”(...)

Bombardier workers in Belfast at a rally  against proposed new US import tariffs on Bombardier’s CSeries jets. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Thousands of Bombardier employees in the North face an anxious wait this week to hear if a powerful US federal agency will give a green light to propo(...)

The wings for  Bombardier CSeries jets are made in Belfast.  Photograph: iStock

The UK government expects that the US International Trade Commission will support a proposal to apply new trade tariffs of nearly 300 per cent on sale(...)

File photo dated 26/09/17 of the Bombardier Aerospace plant in Belfast. Aircraft maker Boeing has said that they have become a scapegoat for Bombardier job cuts in Belfast; the firm claims that the criticism over its trade dispute acts as a "smokescreen" to disguise problems their Canadian rival is encountering. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Wednesday December 13, 2017. Sir Michael Arthur, president of Boeing Europe and former British ambassador to Germany and high commissioner to India, said: "The reason those jobs are at risk is because of the management of Bombardier taking certain decisions that put those jobs at risk. See PA story ULSTER Bombardier. Photo credit should read: Niall Carson/PA Wire

The US commerce department on Wednesday finalised steep anti-subsidy duties on Bombardier’s CSeries jets, setting up the next round of a fierce intern(...)

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