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MORE than 350 families are in limbo over the Government's failure to agree a new adoption agreement with Vietnam, it was claimed yesterday.
The 24- year-old's failure to agree a new contract at the Amsterdam ArenA has led to speculation he could be in line for a move.
EasyJet secured an option to buy last year but announced in March it was shelving plans to acquire it because of conditions in the German aviation market, and a failure to agree employment terms with its 800 staff.
Britain severed contacts with Bosnia's envoys on Monday over the country's leaders' failure to agree progress to peace.
The firm - owned by Indian company Tata and employing 14,500 staff - has been hard hit by a slump in car sales and failure to agree a rescue deal could lead to job losses.
CASH-STRAPPED Rotherham may have to "close immediately" following the withdrawal of offers to buy the League Two club after failure to agree a deal to lease their Millmoor ground from its owners the Booth family.
His failure to agree a new deal led to rumours he was unhappy with the club's failure to be serious title contenders.
6bn offer for the supermarket, first unveiled in July, was hit by rising financing costs following the summer credit crunch and the failure to agree a funding deal with the trustees of the group's pension fund, which has 85,000 members.
Yesterday Sinn Fein blocked an Executive meeting in protest at the DUP's failure to agree a date for the devolution of policing and justice.
Last year it was reported the policy was being delayed because of a failure to agree a definition of the word disabled.
Failure to agree on a refinancing of the facilities, however, is almost certain to lead to a bankruptcy filing of some sort, under which scenario the position of the bank group would likely be further impaired.
ICTU chief David Begg insisted he was not bitter negotiations had broken down on Saturday but said the failure to agree a deal does not mean the collapse of social partnership.