- Haggis out? Scots fear Brexit means going veggie
Scots with a taste for traditional meat pies or haggis face "enforced vegetarianism" after Brexit, a Scottish government minister warned on Tuesday, as it may starve abattoirs of a vital European workforce.
- P&O to change flag of UK ships to Cyprus ahead of Brexit
British ferry and shipping freight operator P&O will shift the registration of its UK vessels to Cyprus ahead of Britain's departure from the European Union, in part to keep its tax arrangements in the bloc, the company said on Tuesday.
- Cristiano Ronaldo all smiles while losing $21 million
MADRID — Cristiano Ronaldo smiled broadly after leaving court Tuesday despite the unwanted trip back to Madrid to plead guilty to tax fraud. The Juventus forward, who was facing charges stemming from his days at Real Madrid, spent about 45 minutes in court to sign an agreement which cost him nearly 19 million euros ($21.6...
- EMERGING MARKETS-Brazil stocks fall amid global growth fears; Latam FX subdued
Stocks in Brazil fell on Tuesday dragged
by shares of material companies amid global growth fears
stemming from weak Chinese economic data and a lowered outlook
for 2019 from the International Monetary Fund.
The IMF trimmed its global growth forecasts on Monday as
trade tensions and weakness in Europe loomed, an action that
came shortly after China reported its slowest growth in 28 years
for 2018, sending equities lower worldwide.
- Bulgaria plans to end passport-for-sale scheme
Bulgaria plans to stop allowing wealthy foreigners to buy citizenship against investment, the justice ministry said on Tuesday, saying the scheme had failed to bring any significant economic benefits for the European Union country.
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