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Commodity prices
World Bank: Commodity prices will fall in 2016
From April 2016 trusts will have to publish receipts on the NHS’ top 100 items, such as surgical gloves. © 123RF
NHS told to cut non-pay costs by 10% by April 2018
Half of top job seekers wouldn’t work for unethical employers
Line three of the Cairo Metro will eventually stretch to 31 miles, crossing under the two branches of the River Nile. © 123RF
Egypt loaned $200m to extend Cairo Metro
High-income exceptions are Australia, New Zealand, and Argentina, which export significant nitrogen embodied in livestock products © 123RF
Four nations responsible for half of global nitrogen emissions
Annual passenger traffic at Dubai International Airport surged 10.7% to a record 78,014,838 passengers in 2015. © 123RF
Dubai Airport is world's busiest
According to the ADB more than 645 million Africans still have no access to electricity. © 123RF
Africa ‘tired of being in the dark’
Liberia plans new hydropower plant
Canada-based Lucara Diamond announced that it recovered a 1,111 carat diamond in its Karowe mine in Botswana. © Lucara Diamond
Huge diamond find 'not just luck'
Mood in UK services sector 'darkest for three years'
A solar farm in Morocco. © Press Assocation Images
Morocco opens tender for new solar plant in renewable energy drive
TalkTalk's security review of suppliers leads to three arrests
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