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Chinese market regulator strengthens protection for food delivery workers

Food delivery platforms in China are being pushed to guarantee their workers with income above minimum pay, insurance and a relaxation in delivery deadlines, under a set of reforms announced

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Cash-hungry emerging markets arrive late to the SPAC party

Emerging markets have so far been on the fringes of a fundraising boom using so-called SPACs or special-purpose acquisition companies, which could potentially unlock a vital new source of cash

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Wizz says suffered brief rostering issue, rejects Ryanair “chaos” charge

Low-cost airline Wizz Air (WIZZ.L) on Monday said it suffered three days of operational disruptions due to a cabin crew rostering issue last week but it rejected rival Ryanair’s (RYA.I)

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Franklin Templeton won’t launch debt funds in India as legal spat goes on

Money manager Franklin Templeton told India’s top court on Monday it would not launch any new debt funds during an ongoing legal spat with the market regulator over the sudden

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Heathrow, airlines tell UK to open up travel as hopes rise for U.S. visitors

London’s Heathrow Airport and Britain’s main airlines urged the UK to open up travel to vaccinated passengers or face more job losses, as hopes rose that travellers from the United

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U.S. manufacturers take a double hit from labor and materials

Calder Brothers Corp is under pressure to raise wages after rivals lured away some of its workers. A few others were also considering jumping ship, but co-owner Glen Calder said

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Chevron Phillips Chemical failed to report imports of 18 toxic chemicals, letters show

Chevron Phillips Chemical Company [RIC:RIC:CHEPH.UL] failed to disclose to regulators significant amounts of at least 18 toxic chemicals imported to the United States over the past several years, as required

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