News Supporters of Egypt's army chief General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi hold his posters in Tahrir square in Cairo, on the third anniversary of Egypt's uprising

Egypt accounts for nearly a fifth of group's production

Factory output hits three-year low

Manufacturers saw output reach its lowest level in three years this month as companies became increasingly concerned by political and economic problems abroad, a survey said.

William Hague welcomes new Syria sanctions

World leaders should not ignore the atrocities being committed in Syria, Foreign Secretary William Hague said today as he welcomed another round of EU sanctions against President Bashar Assad's regime.

The Business Matrix: Monday 15 October 2012

China's exports boom gives boost

American factories may be doing better with exports than figures first suggest

American exporters are doing better than many think

The United States isn't making things that the world wants to buy.

UK trade deficit was second-biggest ever

A further plunge in exports saw the UK rack up its second-biggest trade deficit on record, official figures show.

The Greenwire scheme would generate wind power in Ireland and export it via cables to Wales

UK to outflank objectors with wind farms in Ireland

Ministers are investigating a proposal to outsource the production of wind power to Ireland.

Investment View: If a top executive dumps shares, we should be told why

IG Group. Our view: sell. Price: 449.3p

Middle East goes wild for UK sweets

Food manufacturers appear to have found a sweet spot in the Middle East, with exports from the UK up by more than a quarter to some Gulf countries this year.

Optimism falters over China's ability to boost UK economy

The Beijing slowdown and tighter state controls hit British companies' hopes of expansion

The Business Matrix: Thursday 23 August 2012

Peppa Pig is sold to Asian TV

The Business Matrix: Wednesday 22 August 2012

H&T profits down more than a third

The Business Matrix: Tuesday 21 August 2012

Watchdog to look at Rank Gala deal

The Business Matrix: Friday 17 August 2012

Asda wants looser Sunday trading

Export bar on Picasso's 'Child with a Dove' gives UK buyers time

The Government has put a temporary export bar on an early work by Pablo Picasso in a bid to keep it in the country.

The Business Matrix: Thursday 16 August 2012

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