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French court backs workers in Amazon row over virus measures

PARIS (Reuters) - A French court on Friday rejected Amazon's () appeal against a ruling that restricts what it can deliver during the coronavirus...

Dollar pares losses as investors wait on stimulus bill

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The dollar gave up most of its early losses on Tuesday as investors waited on a Senate stimulus bill meant...

French antitrust regulator fines Apple $1.2 billion

PARIS (Reuters) - France's competition watchdog on Monday fined iPhone maker Apple 1.1 billion euros ($ 1.23 billion), saying it was guilty of anti-competitive...

Ford to shut Spanish factory for one week due to coronavirus...

MADRID (Reuters) - Ford () said on Sunday it would shut its Spanish plant in the eastern region of Valencia for one...

Czech government bans most travel in and out of country to...

PRAGUE (Reuters) - The Czech government has imposed a ban on foreigners entering the country and Czechs traveling abroad as of Monday as it...

UK’s Johnson to talk to world leaders on coronavirus response: spokesman

LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will have conversations with other world leaders on Friday regarding the global response to the coronavirus...

Singapore to bar recent visitors to Italy, Spain, Germany, France

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Singapore will deny from Monday entry or transit to visitors who have been in Italy, France, Spain or Germany...

Dollar bounces vs yen as stocks rally, Trump declares U.S. coronavirus...

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The dollar surged on Friday, posting sharp gains against the safe-haven Japanese yen as stock markets recovered globally and investors...

Airbus-owned Stelia Aerospace to build Portugal assembly plant

LISBON (Reuters) - Stelia Aerospace, owned by European planemaker Airbus (), will open a 40 million euro ($44 million) assembly plant near...

Estonian minister blamed for slow reform after Danske scandal

TALLINN (Reuters) - Estonia's far-right finance minister has been criticized by lawmakers for holding up financial reforms promised after the Baltic state became the...