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Apple Faces $1Bn Class-Action Lawsuit In UK Over App Store Fees

Apple has become the target of a substantial GBP 785 million (USD 1 billion) class action lawsuit in the United Kingdom. The lawsuit has been brought forth by over 1,500 app developers who are expressing grievances over the company’s App Store fees. Apple’s services business, especially the App Store, has witnessed remarkable revenue growth in […]

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Tata Group To Establish EV Battery Factory In UK

In a major development, Tata Group has announced that it will establish a battery cell gigafactory in the UK. “Today, I am delighted to announce the Tata Group will be setting up one of Europe’s largest battery cell manufacturing facilities in the UK,” said N Chandrasekaran, Chairman of Tata Sons, adding that the Group is […]

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Harjinder Kang Appointed As UK’s Trade Commissioner For South Asia

The United Kingdom on Wednesday appointed Harjinder Kang as Trade Commissioner for South Asia. He will lead the country’s overseas efforts to promote United Kingdom trade, investment, trade policy and export finance. Kang will also serve as the British Deputy High Commissioner for Western India, with overall responsibility for the states of Maharashtra, Goa and […]

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Food Prices Drive UK Shop Inflation To 18-year High

Industry data revealed on Tuesday that soaring food prices have driven annual inflation in British shops to its highest level in at least 18 years.  The British Retail Consortium (BRC) reported that overall shop price inflation rose to 8.9 per cent in March, up from 8.4 per cent in February. This marks the biggest increase […]

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UK Supermarkets Sets Limitations On Fruits & Vegetables Amid Shortage

Several of the UK’s largest supermarket chains have set purchase limitations on some fruits and vegetables owing to a supply constraint caused by bad weather and the fallout from the Russia-Ukraine conflict, with the UK government warning on Thursday that the situation might continue up to a month. Tomatoes, peppers, capsicums, cucumbers, lettuce, broccoli, and […]

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