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Leaders need to act now to lift barriers to a post-coronavirus recovery for distillers ǀ View
The interconnected nature of our countries (which allowed this virus to spread so quickly) will ironically be the antidote to the disastrous economic implications we can expect. International trade is the accelerant that will get our economies moving again.
UK government fighting on multiple fronts to prepare for COVID-19 peak
The UK government is preparing the medical system as cases of COVID-19 in the country increase.
The challenge for the SFO now is showing how different it is after the failed Barclays case ǀ View
A jury clearing three Barclays executives of fraud was a bad result for the Serious Fraud Office (SFO). The failed prosecution was the legacy of the agency’s previous director. But seems to be little indication that the SFO’s new regime is making progress.
The Airbus DPA has set another precedent for global corruption cases and settlements ǀ View
Deferred Prosecution Agreements (DPAs) – a means by which corporates can seek to avoid prosecution by cooperating with authorities to expose and remedy criminal wrongdoing – are proving to be increasingly valuable.
Watch: Pilot lands 394-ton A380 sideways as Storm Dennis rages
The Etihad Airways A380 from Abu Dhabi was forced into a special manoeuvre when landing at Heathrow due to strong crosswinds.
US targets Airbus as it raises import tariffs on EU aircraft
Tariffs were introduced in October after the WTO ruled that the EU was found to have illegally subsidised Airbus.
Meet the material of the future that's 200 times stronger than steel
Now there's a free manual on how to make the material of the future.
French wine exports halve after US slaps on tariffs
American imports of French wine reached $130 million in October. Trump's tariffs kicked in and they plunged to $57.1 million in November.
Airbus settles for €3.6bn over 'bribery and corruption' case
The €3.6bn deal is one of the biggest settlements for both the UK and France in a company corruption case.
Black boxes found after Iran plane crash kills 176 people
Ukraine has confirmed that the victims come from at least seven nations, however Iranian media say that many were travelling on dual passports.
Records and boycotts: What to take away from aviation in 2019
There were many highs and lows in 2019 for the aviation sector.
Dubai Air Show: Sky's no longer the limit as UAE reaches for the stars
Interplanetary ambitions are making aerospace investments skyrocket. We hear from aerospace industry experts and decision-makers at the Dubai Air Show.
Dubai’s most Instagrammable locations
With its amazing architecture, colourful street art and plenty of record-breaking attractions, Dubai is a place that’s perfect for selfies
Quarter of world's arms sales from European companies: SIPRI
The UK, France, Italy, and Germany were Europe's biggest arms sellers last year but remain behind Russia and the US.
Loud bang that woke London was sonic boom caused by fighter jets
Fighter jets scrambled to intercept an aircraft that lost communications while in UK airspace.
Boeing hopes regulator will approve revised 737 MAX jets in December
Boeing hopes to have its 737 MAX jets, grounded since March, back flying soon.
EasyJet unveils plans to become world's first carbon-neutral airline
But green groups question whether carbon offsetting delivers a big enough cut in emissions.