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Co-op Bank closing 57 branches this year as part of turnaround plan
Co-operative Bank plc said that it will close a further 57 branches this year as part of its turnaround plan, reducing its branch network to 165.
Co-op Bank Trims Annual Losses To �264.2m  
Co-op Bank could pay boss �5m package as losses halve  
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BEIJING�The Chinese state-owned chemical company launching a bid to buy tire maker Pirelli & C SpA says it is committed to upholding the Italian company's autonomy and reputation for quality as looks to expand the brand's presence in Asia.
Greece's international creditors will spend the weekend mulling over a series of reform measures as they decide whether to finally release vital funds the country needs to arrest its slide into bankruptcy.
Switzerland's Dufry has agreed to buy a majority stake in Italy's World Duty Free in a deal that values the company owned by the Benetton family at �3.6bn and will make the combined group the world's biggest travel retailer.
MARKS & Spencer is set to signal improving clothing trends this week when it updates investors on recent trading, although the division is still expected to have racked up its 15th consecutive quarter of falling sales.
Dozens of MPs are claiming taxpayer-funded expenses to rent homes or stay in hotel rooms in London while letting out property they own nearby, it emerged last night.

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