5 Things You Need To Know, Today, on Monday 16th November 2020

Justin Waite
5 Things You Need To Know
06:14, 16th November 2020

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5 Things You Need To Know, Today, on Monday 16th November 2020

 

5. Fifteen countries have formed the world's largest trading bloc, covering nearly a third of the global economy.

The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) is made up of 10 Southeast Asian countries, as well as South Korea, China, Japan, Australia and New Zealand.

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4. Greggs is to cut more than 800 jobs because of a sales slump due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Chief executive Roger Whiteside said the Newcastle-based chain would not be "profitable" if action was not taken.

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3. A hotly-contested case about insurance payouts for small businesses who were unable to trade owing to lockdown heads to the Supreme Court today.

But many insurers disputed the claims, arguing policies were never meant to cover such unprecedented restrictions

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2. Nearly half of small and medium-sized British manufacturers have no idea how the end of the Brexit transition period at the end of this year will affect their business.

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1. Topshop owner Arcadia is in talks with lenders to secure around £30m in funding following the second coronavirus lockdown in England.

The Times has reported that company is drawing up plans to place the business into administration.

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