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German industry orders suggest slowing economy may be ahead

German industrial orders data on Tuesday underlined growing concerns that Europe's biggest economy is heading towards an economic slowdown, eking out a smaller-than-expected rise and showing a decline in domestic demand. Contr

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Airbus closes on rival Boeing in jet order race

Airbus virtually closed the gap with Boeing in their intense battle for airliner orders in July after booking about half of the 197 firm sales unveiled at last month's Farnborough Airshow, according to the latest data from both companies.

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Airbus closes on rival Boeing in jet order race

Airbus virtually closed the gap with Boeing in their intense battle for airliner orders in July after booking about half of the 197 firm sales unveiled at last month's Farnborough Airshow, according to the latest data from both companies.

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Airbus narrows gap with Boeing after 83 orders in May

Airbus sold 83 aircraft in May, narrowing rival Boeing's lead in the race for orders after a slow start to the year, figures released on Tuesday showed. New business included 60 new-generation narrow-body jets to at least one

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HKTDC, Aramex in deal to launch joint promotion

The Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) has signed a deal with Aramex, a leading provider of comprehensive logistics and transportation solutions, to launch a joint promotion for the hktdc.com Small Orders online transaction platform.

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GE Aviation wins $17bn orders at Dubai Airshow

GE Aviation and CFM International, its partner company with Snecma (Safran), secured and finalised several engine orders and long-term contracts valued at more than $17 billion with the region’s leading carriers, at the Dubai Airshow.

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Gulf security needs seen displacing jet orders in Dubai

After sizzling with record jetliner purchases from Gulf airlines in recent years, next week's Dubai Airshow will be dominated by the presence of arms manufacturers as Gulf states weigh their security needs in a region increasingly on edge.

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German industry orders fall on weak non-euro zone demand

German industrial orders fell unexpectedly in August as demand from non-euro zone countries weakened, raising worries a slowdown in China will cut into exports from Europe's biggest economy. Contracts for German goods declined

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Oil service firms jostle for big India orders

Oilfield services firms are scrambling for contracts from India, which has emerged as a rare bright spot for the sector hardest hit by a slump in global crude oil prices that has driven most countries to slash spending on exploration and product

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Airbus beats Boeing on H1 orders, lags on deliveries

European planemaker Airbus beat its US rival Boeing on orders in the first half of this year, after a tight contest at last month's Paris Airshow, but remained behind on deliveries, new data showed. Airbus said it had won orde

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