Primark is outperforming its peers but sugar looks a bit sticky, Associated British Foods said today.
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Tuesday 30 December 1997
Convoys of heavily armed troops, church workers and volunteers are escorting thousands of frightened Tzotzil Indians from at least three villages where armed bands have ruled by threats and violence since March. The gangs, loyal to Mexico's ruling party, are blamed for the massacre of 45 people a week ago in Chiapas state, where guerrillas of the Zapatista National Liberation Army have waged a four-year-old insurgency aimed at securing rights for the region's poor Indians.
Wednesday 21 August 1996
Everything stops for tea - even time itself, apparently.
Thursday 30 November 1995
Good sorts, absolute bricks, year-round tea makers, fete holders and faithful electioneers - it is the image which still clings to the Conservative Party's "lady" supporters as much as floral dreses and sensible shoes.
Monday 18 April 1994
CONSUMERS look likely to have to pay more for their morning coffee following a jump in wholesale costs to a five-year high.
Monday 23 August 1993
COFFEE prices in British supermarkets could be set to rise, after last week's deal under which Latin American and African coffee producers accounting for 80 per cent of world coffee production agreed to set up an Opec-style cartel.
Saturday 03 October 1992
Goretti Larrinaga, 18, replaces Sonia de Ignacio in Spain's squad for the Typhoo Tea Cup international against England at Alexander Stadium, Birmingham today.
Monday 28 September 1992
NEGOTIATIONS are under way in London again on a new international treaty aimed at bringing about a recovery in wholesale coffee prices, which are hovering close to their lowest for 20 years.
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