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Newsround: what Tuesday's business pages say

The top stories from today's business pages: Aer Lingus adjourns bid to release reserves, car registrations fall, Franklin fund manager praises Ireland.

4th September, 2012
Tuesday's business pages

The top stories from today's business pages are:

**Examiner** has been appointed to McEvoy Family Foods (p4).

**Aer Lingus** adjourns bid to release reserves to pay dividends, as pensions problems persist (Business supplement p1).

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