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Hot Off The Wires - 18 February 2020


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  • The Chinese economy is on course to suffer its worst quarterly performance since the Tiananmen Square protests in 1989 because of the coronavirus outbreak, economists have said.

  • The UK would never agree to EU oversight of its rulemaking in exchange for a post-Brexit trade deal, Britain’s top negotiator with Brussels insisted last night.

  • Japan’s economy contracted at the fastest pace in almost six years in the final quarter of last year and is now at risk of recession because of the coronavirus outbreak.

  • The car financing division of Provident Financial has been fined £2.8m by the City regulator after it failed to treat customers fairly when they fell behind with loan repayments.

  • Forcing internet companies to take down hate speech and other harmful content within 24 hours would create "perverse incentives" and could be dangerous, Facebook has warned regulators.


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