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China's National People's Congress has set the country's growth target for 2016 at a lower range of 6.5%-7%. Premier Li Keqiang made the announcement in his opening speech, warning of a "difficult battle"
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US car giant Ford has announced plans to cut jobs and save $200m (£138m) a year in Europe. The carmaker said it was launching a voluntary redundancy programme and improving manufacturing efficiencies.
(Close): The leading US share index plunged 295 points on Tuesday with oil companies and banks falling sharply. The Dow Jones fell 1.8% to 16154.02. The S&P 500 lost 1.9% to close at 1,903.05 and the shed
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