Rolls Royce has admitted that it is cooperating with Brazilian authorities as they investigate a bribery charge which is linked to the Derbyshire-based manufacturing company.
In his co-called confession on CCTV, Wang Xiaolu said he was 'regretful' for what he had done and hoped the authorities would treat him leniently.
Egyptian stocks jumped the most in the world on Monday as investors speculated an offshore natural gas discovery would end a domestic supply shortage and earn the country billions of dollars in export revenues.
(Reuters) - ArcelorMittal South Africa is planning to shut two mills and is reviewing operations at its largest plant, it said on Monday, as the money-losing unit of the world's biggest steelmaker struggles with weak demand and lower prices.
India's economy grew at an annual rate of 7% between April and June, official figures have shown. This is slower than the 7.5% growth originally recorded for the first quarter, and lower than expected.