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Rolls-Royce to pay �671m over bribery claims
Rolls-Royce, Britain's leading multinational manufacturer, is to pay �671m in penalties after long-running investigations into claims it paid bribes to land export contracts.
Rolls-Royce to pay �671m to settle bribery probes  
Rolls-Royce agrees �671m payment to settle corruption claims  
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UK households have continued spending strongly since the referendum, but face headwinds this year, Bank of England governor Mark Carney has warned.
The restriction will apply to the front row of six seats on economy flights and comes after reports some women were being groped by other passengers.
... * Safe-haven buying pushed bullion to 7-wk highs in prior session * Uncertainty over Brexit, Trump presidency worrying investors * Palladium hits lowest in over week at $737.72/oz (Adds comment, updates prices) By Sethuraman N R Jan 17 Gold prices ...
UK bosses are more optimistic about their firms' prospects than a year ago, despite fears the Brexit vote could hamper growth, a survey suggests.
STERLING dropped below $1.20 yesterday - hitting its worst levels since October's “flash crash” - amid growing fears the UK Government proposes to lead the country towards a “hard Brexit”.

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