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Newsround: what Tuesday's business pages say

The Central Bank's concern on mortgage arrears; Aldi sues Tesco and a Jamie Oliver restaurant is set to open in Dublin; these stories were in today's business pages.

22nd May, 2012
Tuesday's business pages

STORIES FROM TODAY'S BUSINESS PAGES

**EU divisions deepen** before EU summit (p1).

**The Central Bank** is to push lenders to take more action to reduce the level of mortgage arrears (p1).

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