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Japan's economy has dodged a recession after it grew faster than expected in the first quarter of the year.
Japanese car maker Suzuki says it has found "discrepancies" in its fuel and emissions testing but denies cheating.
The US raises its import duties on Chinese steelmakers by more than fivefold after accusing them of selling their products below market prices.
Aaron Heslehurst tries out the many pools, bars and restaurants on board the world's largest cruise ship, Harmony Of The Seas, ahead of its maiden voyage.
Apple's boss Tim Cook is in India for his first visit and looking to tap the country's fast-growing smartphone market.
The US lifts more economic sanctions on Myanmar, but most of the restrictions on trade and investment with the powerful military stay in place.
Japanese stocks are rising after data showed the country's economy dodged a recession in the first three months of the year.
Art galleries and museums are now using more sophisticated modern techniques to draw audiences in and potentially turn a profit.
As the world's largest cruise liner, The Harmony Of The Seas, prepares for its maiden voyage, Aaron Heslehurst looks at some of the problems faced by the industry.
Could the old comics in your garage fetch six figures?
A new report into the financial impact of the McMurray fires says some $760m (£528m) in oil sands production has been lost.