BBC News - Business
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Questions over trade with Switzerland and 70 other countries remain unanswered, a senior MP says.
We take a look at how the retail sector did overall over the festive period in four charts.
Swiss watch companies gather for their Geneva show after a difficult couple of years for the industry.
Airlander 10, which collapsed in November 2017, will not fly again, but a new model is planned.
Hundreds of thousands of Britons used to visit the resort before a terror attack on a plane there in 2015.
The partial shutdown enters its 22nd day leaving hundreds of thousands of federal workers unpaid.
New rules could help some manufacturers in the world's biggest market for electric cars.
The latest Mary Poppins film has been a hit at the box office but what money lessons can we take from the film franchise?
Shares in the bakery chain Greggs bucked the retail gloom this week thanks to good numbers and marketing.
Customers could see their tariffs rise if they are bounced to a new energy supplier.
About a quarter of the federal government is without funding, meaning thousands have not been paid.
The South African multi-media artist causing a stir in the global world of fashion as he turns his passion into a profit.
Union Unite calls the news "devastating" and says it will campaign for the site's future.
A "Fine to Flush" label for wet wipes has been launched to help tackle blocked sewers.
The arrested Chinese national works for the telecoms company Huawei, Polish media report.
Some overseas businesses were selling items - including British flags - but evading VAT.
UK grows by 0.3% in the three months to November, but manufacturers are suffering.
The rescue of the Exeter-based airline marks a return by Virgin to domestic flights.
The Glasgow-based retailer warns of disappointing profits for the second time in three months.
Carlos Ghosn has previously denied all wrongdoing over charges of financial misconduct.