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Spotify paying tax on less than 1% of paid subscribers: Apple
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Spotify paying tax on less than 1% of paid subscribers: Apple

Swedish music streaming service Spotify is not paying 30 per cent 'Apple tax' on its subscriptions via App Store as claimed but even less than 1 per cent of paid subscribers, Apple has said.

Dollar drops amid bets on rate cuts, geopolitical tensions (Lead-superseding earlier story)
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Dollar drops amid bets on rate cuts, geopolitical tensions (Lead-superseding earlier story)

The US dollar declined in late trading on Monday, as investors remained cautious on the greenback amid high bets on potential rate cuts by US Federal Reserve and Washington's fresh sanctions on Iran.

Trade restrictions among G20 at historic heights: WTO
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Trade restrictions among G20 at historic heights: WTO

The World Trade Organization's (WTO) 21st Monitoring Report on G20 trade measures issued on Monday showed that trade coverage of new import-restrictive measures introduced in the October 2018 to May 2019 period was more than 3.5 times the average since May 2012.

Dllar drops amid bets on rate cuts, geopolitical tensions
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Dllar drops amid bets on rate cuts, geopolitical tensions

The US dollar declined in late trading on Monday, as investors remained cautious on the greenback amid high bets on potential rate cuts by US Federal Reserve and Washington's fresh sanctions on Iran.

Trump imposes sanctions on Iran's supreme leader
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Trump imposes sanctions on Iran's supreme leader

US President Donald Trump on Monday signed an executive order imposing financial sanctions on Iran's supreme leader, the Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, in the wake of the Iranian downing of a US drone.

IndiGo flight's emergency landing in Jaipur after engine trouble
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IndiGo flight's emergency landing in Jaipur after engine trouble

Budget passenger carrier IndiGo's Mumbai-Jaipur flight had to make an emergency landing at Jaipur airport last week after shutting down one of the aircraft's engine due to a technical glitch, sources said on Monday.

Take steps to recover unaccounted income, Finance Ministry told
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Take steps to recover unaccounted income, Finance Ministry told

A parliamentary panel has asked Finance Ministry's Revenue Department to take steps to unearth and bring to book unaccounted income, both within and outside the country.

Distressed JIL home buyers write to PM for Centre's intervention
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Distressed JIL home buyers write to PM for Centre's intervention

Taking forward their campaign for early resolution of the Jaypee Infratech (JIL) insolvecy process and completion of the stalled projects, the home buyers of Jaypee have written to Prime Minister Narendera Modi seeking goverment's intervention in the matter.

Acharya's exit will not roil markets: SBI report
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Acharya's exit will not roil markets: SBI report

The news of RBI Deputy Governor Viral Acharya's premature exit from the central bank, although unfortunate, will not disturb the markets, state-run State Bank of India (SBI) said on Monday.

GJC urges gold import duty be cut to 4% to curb smuggling
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GJC urges gold import duty be cut to 4% to curb smuggling

The All India Gem and Jewellery Domestic Council (GJC) on Monday said it has proposed that the government reduce import duty of gold to 4 per cent in order curb smuggling of the yellow metal.

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