5 Things You Need To Know, Today, on Tuesday 9th July 2019
Justin Waite
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5 Things You Need To Know, Today, on Tuesday 9th July 2019

5. Primark founder and chairman Arthur Ryan has died after a short illness.

Mr Ryan established the business as Penneys in 1969 in his hometown of Dublin and fifty years on, the chain has expanded to over 350 stores in 11 countries across Europe and the US.

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4. More than half of British companies with foreign staff fear they would be hurt by the government’s plans for a post-Brexit immigration system, according to a survey by the British Chambers of Commerce.

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3. Deutsche Bank has made the first of the 18,000 job cuts announced on Sunday, as part of a radical reorganisation.

Staff working in share trading in London, New York and Tokyo were told to stay away from work after being told their passes would stop working at 11:00.

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2. The government is pumping nearly £40m into improving the infrastructure for electric vehicles despite Sales of plug-in hybrids slumping by 50.4% in June after the government scrapped a £2,500 grant.

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1. Sales at British retailers rose at their slowest average pace on record over the past year.

Average sales growth weakened to 0.6% in the 12 months to June, the British Retail Consortium said, the slowest increase since it began its records in 1995.

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