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Nissan, Hyundai warn of worse to come if trade tensions escalate

The Asian companies add to a growing list of carmakers who are reducing profit forecasts amid global trade tensions.

Top cocoa grower is said to sell 1.4m tons of crop

Ivory Coast is selling more beans as cocoa futures traded in London surged 22% this year.

Volkswagen nabs potential new Audi chief from BMW amid turmoil

Markus Duesmann, will be a top contender to eventually replace Audi’s interim Chief Executive Officer Bram Schot.

Petra shares drop after it cuts 2019 diamond production forecast

Reports full-year production at lower end of its guidance.

How the World Cup made eggs more expensive in Indonesia

'The World Cup helped boost consumption as fans ate instant noodles with eggs while watching football matches at home' - Indonesian Poultry Farmers Association.

Bitcoin tests $7 500 as crypto tokens rally back to June levels

Despite the advance, Bitcoin remains more than 60% below the all-time high posted in December.

World’s biggest miners want more copper but nobody’s selling

Copper's forecast is in an ever-greater demand as cities expand and electric vehicles gain traction.

Airbnb faces ultimatum to comply with EU’s consumer rules

The EU says the platform must present pricing information in a more transparent way.

Workers strike at Randgold’s Tongon gold mine in Ivory Coast

The strike came after a break down in government-led negotiations.

Asia’s biggest cocoa grower has a chocolate problem. This icy treat may be the answer

The craze over the new ice-chocolate also helped sales for Milo-maker Nestle SA and it might lift overall chocolate confectionery sales in Indonesia.

There’s room for new players, says Discovery Health CEO

Discovery, which is increasingly under fire for its dominance, calls for regulation that would make it easy for new medical scheme players to enter the market.

South African firms to mull litigation if US plans new tariffs

Local firms are concerned that the US is considering a new wave of tariffs on the auto industry.

Executive remuneration: Pressure mounts to introduce ‘clawback’ provisions

Following recent corporate scandals – PwC report.

Nedbank bets on drones reshaping agri finance

Bank’s venture capital fund invests in Cape Town drone start-up.
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