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And UK opens door to citizenship for 300,000 Hong Kong residents.
Output fell by 99.7% from the same month last year as virus closes car plants.
They have written to him, warning many would not be able to work once it ends.
The US president's move follows a decision by Twitter to add a "fact-check" notice to his tweets.
The French carmaker in February reported its first annual loss in a decade
Until now, the US has given Hong Kong favourable trading terms
The US president is expected to sign an executive order following a row with Twitter.
Climate change: Go-ahead for controversial solar farm - the UK's biggest
FTSE 100 advanced, once again propelled by a positive opening on Wall Street as investors focused on the easing coronavirus crisis rather than Hong Kong tensions.
In a country where state aid is frowned upon, the number of Americans receiving benefits has skyrocketed.
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The rules and rates of sick pay could leave people feeling compelled to work, unions say.
The department store will open at a nearby Westfield centre to ensure social distancing.
Videos of the red bikes being crushed were shared online after Uber sold its Jump business to Lime.
Citywire AA-rated Craig Bonthron and Neil Goddin, alongside Jonathan Parsons and Ryan Smith, will set up a sustainable investment business for Kames.
Sean Healey, former chief executive of Affiliated Managers Group, has died following a battle with ALS.
Top-performing fixed income star Mike Riddell believes there is more ‘juice’ in the corporate bond market.
Close Brothers has continued a recent hiring spree, poaching a senior Brooks Macdonald investment manager for its Edinburgh office.
India has handled the pandemic more effectively than many countries, but faces economic issues of its own.