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Page 3 Noriega stays Bush adminis tration attempts to enlist Latin American sup- port for the removal of General Manuel Noriega,- Panama’s mil- itary ruler, appears to have failed. Page 19 BB1EBLET investments; Sir Ron Brierley is to step down in January as chairman of the New Zealand investment group after 30 years to concentrate on new worldwide investment strategies. Japanese consumer electronics maker, raised earn- ings expectations for the year ’ to Y95bn (9m) after a L2 per cent increase in consoli- dated net income for the first quarter to June.

Page 4 Zambia raises prices Zambia raised the consumer price of the country’s staple food, maize meal, by 60 per cent in a programme to cut fis budget deficit Page 3 UK interest rates Nigel Lawson, UK Finance Minister, said interest rates would remain high until infla- tion Is under control Page 16 Cambodians dash Fighting between rival Cam- bodian factions flared along the Thai-Caxnlxx Han border while Vietnam and Cambodia rejected a role for the Kmer Rouge in any settlement i? Rocard Tahiti trip Pro-Jndqpendence andnnti-nu- clear demonstrators blocked a bridge 3n Tahiti before . France's Prime Minister, Michel Rocard, as he arrived for a visit to French Polynesia. callfidfor closure of US mili- tary bases in 1991 when the leases expire. Page 20 GREEN CROSS, largest Japa- nese pteema derivatives com- pany, showed a 31.7 per cent fall in pretax profit to Y2JL6bn (f!

-Companies - World Trad* -Jney, down in the southwest, and-. While Western diplomats in Lebanon and Syria now say they are satisfied by assur- ances that France .

Can* heme holidays, which' range from golfing touts to persuade ing Kalian rity dwellers of too attractions of taking partin life on am ww Irish form, are being developed. ‘nemara; on foe east eral schemes at frsnsfenning' -oaf a some of Ireland's country houses into Ireland has a population of only Jacuzzi-laden, executive rest centres—. H govenm^i plane are real- and luxury complexes Jiave -beau, jsed tourists could well outnumber announced. will not become militarily involved in Lebanon, Sheikh Abbas Mous- sawi, a Shia Moslem Hizbo Uah leader, yesterday continued the war of words against the French navy, saying that, the Moslem Lebanese battle against the French would.

Conservationists trucked ID-, stranded piled whales across New Zealand’s narrow no rth* erutlpto savejheir lives after a school of 46 were crashed • ashore cm a west coast beach*- MARKETS STUn UHO New Tortt fano Mtow K

Page 3 Noriega stays Bush adminis tration attempts to enlist Latin American sup- port for the removal of General Manuel Noriega,- Panama’s mil- itary ruler, appears to have failed. Page 19 BB1EBLET investments; Sir Ron Brierley is to step down in January as chairman of the New Zealand investment group after 30 years to concentrate on new worldwide investment strategies. Japanese consumer electronics maker, raised earn- ings expectations for the year ’ to Y95bn ($669m) after a L2 per cent increase in consoli- dated net income for the first quarter to June.Page 4 Zambia raises prices Zambia raised the consumer price of the country’s staple food, maize meal, by 60 per cent in a programme to cut fis budget deficit Page 3 UK interest rates Nigel Lawson, UK Finance Minister, said interest rates would remain high until infla- tion Is under control Page 16 Cambodians dash Fighting between rival Cam- bodian factions flared along the Thai-Caxnlxx Han border while Vietnam and Cambodia rejected a role for the Kmer Rouge in any settlement i? Rocard Tahiti trip Pro-Jndqpendence andnnti-nu- clear demonstrators blocked a bridge 3n Tahiti before . France's Prime Minister, Michel Rocard, as he arrived for a visit to French Polynesia. callfidfor closure of US mili- tary bases in 1991 when the leases expire. Page 20 GREEN CROSS, largest Japa- nese pteema derivatives com- pany, showed a 31.7 per cent fall in pretax profit to Y2JL6bn (f!-Companies - World Trad* -Jney, down in the southwest, and-. While Western diplomats in Lebanon and Syria now say they are satisfied by assur- ances that France .

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Page 3 Noriega stays Bush adminis tration attempts to enlist Latin American sup- port for the removal of General Manuel Noriega,- Panama’s mil- itary ruler, appears to have failed. Page 19 BB1EBLET investments; Sir Ron Brierley is to step down in January as chairman of the New Zealand investment group after 30 years to concentrate on new worldwide investment strategies. Japanese consumer electronics maker, raised earn- ings expectations for the year ’ to Y95bn ($669m) after a L2 per cent increase in consoli- dated net income for the first quarter to June.

Page 4 Zambia raises prices Zambia raised the consumer price of the country’s staple food, maize meal, by 60 per cent in a programme to cut fis budget deficit Page 3 UK interest rates Nigel Lawson, UK Finance Minister, said interest rates would remain high until infla- tion Is under control Page 16 Cambodians dash Fighting between rival Cam- bodian factions flared along the Thai-Caxnlxx Han border while Vietnam and Cambodia rejected a role for the Kmer Rouge in any settlement i? Rocard Tahiti trip Pro-Jndqpendence andnnti-nu- clear demonstrators blocked a bridge 3n Tahiti before . France's Prime Minister, Michel Rocard, as he arrived for a visit to French Polynesia. callfidfor closure of US mili- tary bases in 1991 when the leases expire. Page 20 GREEN CROSS, largest Japa- nese pteema derivatives com- pany, showed a 31.7 per cent fall in pretax profit to Y2JL6bn (f!

-Companies - World Trad* -Jney, down in the southwest, and-. While Western diplomats in Lebanon and Syria now say they are satisfied by assur- ances that France .

Can* heme holidays, which' range from golfing touts to persuade ing Kalian rity dwellers of too attractions of taking partin life on am ww Irish form, are being developed. ‘nemara; on foe east eral schemes at frsnsfenning' -oaf a some of Ireland's country houses into Ireland has a population of only Jacuzzi-laden, executive rest centres—. H govenm^i plane are real- and luxury complexes Jiave -beau, jsed tourists could well outnumber announced. will not become militarily involved in Lebanon, Sheikh Abbas Mous- sawi, a Shia Moslem Hizbo Uah leader, yesterday continued the war of words against the French navy, saying that, the Moslem Lebanese battle against the French would.

Conservationists trucked ID-, stranded piled whales across New Zealand’s narrow no rth* erutlpto savejheir lives after a school of 46 were crashed • ashore cm a west coast beach*- MARKETS STUn UHO New Tortt fano Mtow K $1,574 London: $1.57 (1-5705) , DM3,075 (3.0725) FFrl0.377S (10.3628) . Page 17 FT-SB 100 index tried three times to establish Itself above the 2,400 mark, but closed just FT-8E IQOjjndmx 2400 August 1980 Iran drag Iran arrested dozens of people involved in a multj-m UHon-dol- lar racket selling scarce gov- ernment-supplied drugs and - medicines to the black market. Mar- kets Page 38 HONDA, Japan's third largest motor group, said consolidated net profit tumbled 4L6 per cent to Y15.1bn (*l05.6m) in the three months to June. Page 19 MANNESMANN, West German diversffled engineering and .

The new venture will be owned 60 per cent by Ericsson ami 40 per cent by GE. short of this level at 2£93JL a gain of 10.7 on the day. maker, is expected to decide this autumn whether to locate In the UK a.£lbn ($L57) plant to produce cars of similar size to its Tipo hatchback. NEWS International, Rupert Murdoch's worldwide holding company. for ti»T»gr to June 30 fell to £20Am Cg323u0 from £88^QL white Sky TV h»t£75m Inite first five months. BASF, West German chemicals group, reported a 28 per cent jump in pre-tax profits to DM2J2ba($l.l2bn) for the first - six months of 1989.

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Page 3 Noriega stays Bush adminis tration attempts to enlist Latin American sup- port for the removal of General Manuel Noriega,- Panama’s mil- itary ruler, appears to have failed. Page 19 BB1EBLET investments; Sir Ron Brierley is to step down in January as chairman of the New Zealand investment group after 30 years to concentrate on new worldwide investment strategies. Japanese consumer electronics maker, raised earn- ings expectations for the year ’ to Y95bn ($669m) after a L2 per cent increase in consoli- dated net income for the first quarter to June.Page 4 Zambia raises prices Zambia raised the consumer price of the country’s staple food, maize meal, by 60 per cent in a programme to cut fis budget deficit Page 3 UK interest rates Nigel Lawson, UK Finance Minister, said interest rates would remain high until infla- tion Is under control Page 16 Cambodians dash Fighting between rival Cam- bodian factions flared along the Thai-Caxnlxx Han border while Vietnam and Cambodia rejected a role for the Kmer Rouge in any settlement i? Rocard Tahiti trip Pro-Jndqpendence andnnti-nu- clear demonstrators blocked a bridge 3n Tahiti before . France's Prime Minister, Michel Rocard, as he arrived for a visit to French Polynesia. callfidfor closure of US mili- tary bases in 1991 when the leases expire. Page 20 GREEN CROSS, largest Japa- nese pteema derivatives com- pany, showed a 31.7 per cent fall in pretax profit to Y2JL6bn (f!-Companies - World Trad* -Jney, down in the southwest, and-. While Western diplomats in Lebanon and Syria now say they are satisfied by assur- ances that France .

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Page 3 Noriega stays Bush adminis tration attempts to enlist Latin American sup- port for the removal of General Manuel Noriega,- Panama’s mil- itary ruler, appears to have failed. Page 19 BB1EBLET investments; Sir Ron Brierley is to step down in January as chairman of the New Zealand investment group after 30 years to concentrate on new worldwide investment strategies. Japanese consumer electronics maker, raised earn- ings expectations for the year ’ to Y95bn ($669m) after a L2 per cent increase in consoli- dated net income for the first quarter to June.

Page 4 Zambia raises prices Zambia raised the consumer price of the country’s staple food, maize meal, by 60 per cent in a programme to cut fis budget deficit Page 3 UK interest rates Nigel Lawson, UK Finance Minister, said interest rates would remain high until infla- tion Is under control Page 16 Cambodians dash Fighting between rival Cam- bodian factions flared along the Thai-Caxnlxx Han border while Vietnam and Cambodia rejected a role for the Kmer Rouge in any settlement i? Rocard Tahiti trip Pro-Jndqpendence andnnti-nu- clear demonstrators blocked a bridge 3n Tahiti before . France's Prime Minister, Michel Rocard, as he arrived for a visit to French Polynesia. callfidfor closure of US mili- tary bases in 1991 when the leases expire. Page 20 GREEN CROSS, largest Japa- nese pteema derivatives com- pany, showed a 31.7 per cent fall in pretax profit to Y2JL6bn (f!

-Companies - World Trad* -Jney, down in the southwest, and-. While Western diplomats in Lebanon and Syria now say they are satisfied by assur- ances that France .

Can* heme holidays, which' range from golfing touts to persuade ing Kalian rity dwellers of too attractions of taking partin life on am ww Irish form, are being developed. ‘nemara; on foe east eral schemes at frsnsfenning' -oaf a some of Ireland's country houses into Ireland has a population of only Jacuzzi-laden, executive rest centres—. H govenm^i plane are real- and luxury complexes Jiave -beau, jsed tourists could well outnumber announced. will not become militarily involved in Lebanon, Sheikh Abbas Mous- sawi, a Shia Moslem Hizbo Uah leader, yesterday continued the war of words against the French navy, saying that, the Moslem Lebanese battle against the French would.

Conservationists trucked ID-, stranded piled whales across New Zealand’s narrow no rth* erutlpto savejheir lives after a school of 46 were crashed • ashore cm a west coast beach*- MARKETS STUn UHO New Tortt fano Mtow K $1,574 London: $1.57 (1-5705) , DM3,075 (3.0725) FFrl0.377S (10.3628) . Page 17 FT-SB 100 index tried three times to establish Itself above the 2,400 mark, but closed just FT-8E IQOjjndmx 2400 August 1980 Iran drag Iran arrested dozens of people involved in a multj-m UHon-dol- lar racket selling scarce gov- ernment-supplied drugs and - medicines to the black market. Mar- kets Page 38 HONDA, Japan's third largest motor group, said consolidated net profit tumbled 4L6 per cent to Y15.1bn (*l05.6m) in the three months to June. Page 19 MANNESMANN, West German diversffled engineering and .

The new venture will be owned 60 per cent by Ericsson ami 40 per cent by GE. short of this level at 2£93JL a gain of 10.7 on the day. maker, is expected to decide this autumn whether to locate In the UK a.£lbn ($L57) plant to produce cars of similar size to its Tipo hatchback. NEWS International, Rupert Murdoch's worldwide holding company. for ti»T»gr to June 30 fell to £20Am Cg323u0 from £88^QL white Sky TV h»t£75m Inite first five months. BASF, West German chemicals group, reported a 28 per cent jump in pre-tax profits to DM2J2ba($l.l2bn) for the first - six months of 1989.

.57 (1-5705) , DM3,075 (3.0725) FFrl0.377S (10.3628) . Page 17 FT-SB 100 index tried three times to establish Itself above the 2,400 mark, but closed just FT-8E IQOjjndmx 2400 August 1980 Iran drag Iran arrested dozens of people involved in a multj-m UHon-dol- lar racket selling scarce gov- ernment-supplied drugs and - medicines to the black market. Mar- kets Page 38 HONDA, Japan's third largest motor group, said consolidated net profit tumbled 4L6 per cent to Y15.1bn (*l05.6m) in the three months to June. Page 19 MANNESMANN, West German diversffled engineering and .

The new venture will be owned 60 per cent by Ericsson ami 40 per cent by GE. short of this level at 2£93JL a gain of 10.7 on the day. maker, is expected to decide this autumn whether to locate In the UK a.£lbn ($L57) plant to produce cars of similar size to its Tipo hatchback. NEWS International, Rupert Murdoch's worldwide holding company. for ti»T»gr to June 30 fell to £20Am Cg323u0 from £88^QL white Sky TV h»t£75m Inite first five months. BASF, West German chemicals group, reported a 28 per cent jump in pre-tax profits to DM2J2ba($l.l2bn) for the first - six months of 1989.

Efforts to draft the help, of CONTENTS Gonzalez ready to switch off Spain’s television monopoly Most politicians in power would be loath to break up a state television monopoly, but Mr Felipe Gonza- lez.The airlines then gave individual pilots 24 hours to recommence normal work, an order they also ignored.