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UK consumer spending declined for a third consecutive month in November, putting 2017 on track to be the worst year for expenditure

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Zimbabwe will trim spending and relax laws that require black citizens to hold majority stakes in companies as well as increase tax

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German industrial production unexpectedly declined for a second month in October as workers took extra days off, interrupting a run

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The British state pension is now worst in the developed world as it has fallen below Mexico and Chile, data shows. An average worker