News Headlines - 26 January 2012

▽Ahmadinejad says Iran is ready for nuclear talks - CTV.ca
President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says Iran is ready for nuclear talks with the world powers amid toughening sanctions aimed at forcing Tehran to sharply scale back its nuclear program.

▽Sarkozy Loses Ground To Hollande In French Election Poll - Wall Street Journal
Incumbent President Nicolas Sarkozy has lost ground to French Socialist Party candidate Francois Hollande in the latest poll of voter intentions ahead of elections in less than three months' time.

▽High street gloom as 2012 sales slump - The Independent
The CBI said retail sales volumes fell in January, after modest growth in December, with a balance of 22% of traders reporting a decrease on a year ago, the lowest level since March 2009.
The majority of retailers said sales were disappointing for the time of year and orders were also down, with firms expecting levels to fall again next month, the CBI added.

▽Subway targets 600 more UK, Ireland stores - Reuters
The Subway franchise of sandwich restaurants said it is targeting 600 new stores in the UK and Ireland by 2015, seeking to capitalise on Britons' increasing appetite for food on the go.
The firm said on Thursday the planned expansion would create about 6,000 new jobs.

▽Pros and cons of climate change for Britain - Telegraph.co.uk
The costs to the UK of flooding could rise to billions of pounds a year in the coming decades, according to the first national assessment of the risks of climate change, but there will also be opportunities in tourism and agriculture.







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