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UPDATE 1-Let’s come together to tax tech giants, say G20 officials eyeing 100 bln boost  11h02 22 février
G20 officials aim for deal on taxing digital firms by end 2020
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Despite horror stories, California cruise passengers won’t let coronavirus spoil their fun  11h00 22 février
With a white captain’s hat perched on his head, Calvin Ballard seemed relaxed as he waited to depart on his first-ever cruise to Mexico, unfazed by the possibility of being trapped on a ship under siege by an outbreak of coronavirus.
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UPDATE 1-Two suitors for Thyssenkrupp elevator division sign fair owner pledge  10h36 22 février
Management to decide on sale in coming week - union (Updates with union statement)
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REFILE-Two suitors for Thyssenkrupp elevator division sign fair owner pledge  10h34 22 février
The two consortia bidding for Thyssenkrupp’s 16 billion euro ( 17.3 billion) elevator division have signed a fair owner agreement, a key demand by labour union IG Metall to protect jobs, a company spokesman said on Saturday.
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WRAPUP 3-China reports fall in new coronavirus cases but concerns grow over rising global spread  09h56 22 février
WHO concerned about cases with no China link, urges preparedness
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UPDATE 1-Samsung Electronics confirms coronavirus case at phone factory complex in S.Korea  09h41 22 février
Samsung Electronics said on Saturday that one coronavirus case had been confirmed at its mobile device factory complex in the southeastern city of Gumi, causing a shutdown of its entire facility there until Monday morning.
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Let’s come together to tax tech giants, say G20 officials eying 100 bln boost  09h28 22 février
G20 officials aim for deal on taxing digital firms by end 2020
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Samsung Electronics confirms one coronavirus case at phone factory complex in S.Korea  09h24 22 février
Samsung Electronics said on Saturday that one coronavirus case had been confirmed at its mobile device factory complex in the southeastern city of Gumi, causing a shutdown of its entire facility.
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UPDATE 1-Boeing finds debris in fuel tanks of many undelivered 737 MAX jets  08h42 22 février
Boeing Co has found debris in the fuel tanks of dozens of undelivered 737 MAX jets amid ongoing inspections as the Chicago-based planemaker struggles to restore the trust of airlines and the wider public in the grounded fleet.
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US Treasury’s Mnuchin: Tax certainty needed on global basis  08h24 22 février
U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on Saturday it was very important to have tax certainty on a global basis and that the OECD was very close to consensus on a framework for minimum corporate tax.
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Malaysia says American coronavirus case now tests negative for virus  07h18 22 février
Malaysian health authorities on Saturday said an American passenger of a cruise liner docked in Cambodia has now tested negative for the novel coronavirus, a week after she had been declared the country’s 22nd confirmed virus case.
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UPDATE 3-Federal prosecutors probing if Boeing pilot knowingly lied to FAA - NYT  07h16 22 février
Federal prosecutors investigating Boeing Co are examining whether the U.S. planemaker knowingly misled the Federal Aviation Administration while it was seeking approval for its 737 MAX jet, the New York Times reported https: www.nytimes.com 2020 02 21 business boeing-737-max-investigation.html,...
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Boeing finds debris in fuel tanks of many undelivered 737 MAX jets inspected so far  06h55 22 février
Boeing Co has found debris in the fuel tanks of dozens of undelivered 737 MAX jets amid ongoing inspections as the Chicago-based planemaker struggles to restore the trust of airlines and the wider public in the grounded fleet.
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OECD’s Gurria says coordinated approach to tax reforms is only way forward  06h53 22 février
OECD Secretary-General Angel Gurria said on Saturday that there was a need for a coordinated approach to tax reforms and that it was the only the way to redefine international tax infrastructure.
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MGM Resorts sued over data breach that possibly involved 10.6 million guests  05h04 22 février
U.S. casino operator MGM Resorts International has been sued over a data breach last year, which the company confirmed earlier this week and which reportedly involved details of over 10.6 million hotel guests.