The latest stories from the Business section of the BBC News web site.
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UK house price growth slowed in August, according to the latest survey from mortgage provider Nationwide.
Tata's head of strategy says it would be better for our business if the UK stayed in the European Union.
The BBC's business editor, Kamal Ahmed, speaks to Indian Finance Minister Arun Jaitley about his country's ambitious attempts to reform.
Toyota says it will gradually restart work at its Tianjin plants two weeks after deadly chemical explosions in the Chinese port city.
India remains one of the world's fastest-growing economies - as China slows, can India take its place as the world's economic powerhouse?
Karishma Vaswani returns to India to see what progress has been made
Why is India's economy rising so rapidly? BBC News looks at the factors helping India compete on the world stage.
The watchmaker who travels the globe to deliver
Kickstarter raised it £2.3m but drone maker struggles to meet hopes
So your child wants to be a games designer
For 2,000 years Chinese people have relieved stress by having a foot massage, now it's the only way Mr Qi can relax.
Shares on Wall Street finish with their biggest rise in four years as the chances of a September rate rise recedes - ending another rocky day of trading on global markets.
Unions say up to 250 jobs will go as Tata Steel mothballs part of its plant in Newport for the third time in six years.
Federal Reserve official William Dudley has said that a US rate rise in September now "seems less compelling".
London's leading shares fell on Wednesday, partly reversing Tuesday's recovery from a 10-day losing streak.
A Chinese state-owned engineering company signs a deal with Africa's richest man, Aliko Dangote, to build factories for his cement company.
Betfair and Paddy Power are set to merge in a deal that would create one of the world's biggest online betting and gaming companies.
How China's slowdown has pushed the oil price lower
Chinese police investigate four securities brokerage firms for possible stock manipulation amid market turmoil.