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FTThe Financial Times – MPs face vote on smoking ban in cars with children – Smokers in England will soon be banned from lighting up in cars with children inside, if MPs vote in favour of a ban as expected today.

The Financial Times – Carmakers steer India into export fast lane – Car companies including Volkswagen, Ford and Renault Nissan are stepping up plans to transform India into an expert hub as a hedge against shrinking demand in Asia’s third largest company.

The Times – Manufacturers lead way in small companies growth – Small and medium-sized businesses enjoyed the highest business achieving in six years in the final quarter of 2013.

The Financial Times – Toyota to halt Australian carmaking by end of 2017 – More than a century of car manufacturing in Australia is poised to end following a decision by Toyota Motor to cease by the end of 2017.

The Financial Times – Strong JLR performance props u[ Tata Motors – A strong performance at Jaguar Land Rover has again propped up India’s Tata Motors as a wider economic showdown continues to weigh on the groups ailing domestic business.

The Times – Best and worst drivers in Britain – Smethwick, in the West Midlands, has the most disqualified drivers per head in Britain, Auto Express found in DVLA figures, with 160 of its 20,194 drivers banned in 2012.

The Times – Nissan motors on – The enduring popularity of Nissan in North America helped the Japanese carmaker to generate better profits than predicated in the first nine months of its financial year.

The Times =- January sales bring reprieve to high street – Retail sales bounced back strongly last month, helped by heavy discounting as stores tried to unload their stock. The 3.9 per cent rise in like-for-like sales lifted spirits on the high street after a subdued end to last year.

The Financial Times – ‘Good chance’ of rate rise this year – Interest rates will rise sooner than markets expect, possibly before the end of the year, according to three former members of the Bank of England Monetary Policy Committee.

The Times – Mini slows progress – The Oxford-made Mini put the brakes on record sales at its German owner last month. BMW group said that it sold 132,892 cars, a year-on-year rise of nearly 8 per cent.

Posted by Leana Kell on 14/02/2014