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Fitch warns of British debt downgrade on ‘hard’ Brexit risk

By |februar 21st, 2019|News|

Ratings agency Fitch warned on Wednesday (20 February) that it could cut Britain's debt rating, citing the economic hit from a potential no-deal Brexit.

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Pompeo meets EU’s top diplomat after Pence’s Iran accusations

By |februar 15th, 2019|Federica Mogherini, Iran nuclear deal, Middle East, Mike Pompeo, News|

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo met with the EU's top diplomat in Brussels on Friday (15 February), a day after Vice President Mike Pence accused America's traditional European allies of trying to undermine U.S. sanctions against Iran.

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Ahead of EU polls, Facebook voids accounts targeting Moldovan election

By |februar 15th, 2019|EU-Moldova relations, Facebook, fake news, Moldova, Moldova elections, News, social media|

Facebook Inc said on Thursday (14 February) it had disrupted an attempt to influence voters in Moldova, increasing concerns that EU elections in May could be prey to malign activity.

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Macron unveils Franco-German plan to give electric battery industry a jolt

By |februar 14th, 2019|electric vehicles, News|

A new Franco-German cooperation plan on battery cell production will include the construction of two factories, one in France and one in Germany, French President Emmanuel Macron said on Wednesday (13 November). France will invest €700 million over the next...

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UK to ease customs checks on EU goods in event of no-deal Brexit

By |februar 5th, 2019|Brexit transitional deal, customs, Customs Union, Hard Brexit, News, post-Brexit trade, United Kingdom|

Most goods arriving from the European Union will be allowed into Britain without full customs checks for at least three months if it leaves the bloc without an exit deal, the British government said on Monday (5 February).

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As EU-Arab summit approaches, more headaches than planned

By |februar 5th, 2019|Arab League, Arab world, Arab-Israeli conflict, Bashar al-Assad, immigration, Jamal Khashoggi, News, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria|

When plans for a summit between the European Union and the Arab League were first hatched last year, it was envisioned as the start of a new friendship across the Mediterranean. What a difference a few months makes. The EU...

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Poland admits exporting suspect beef to ten EU countries

By |februar 1st, 2019|beef, beef labelling, livestock, Meat, meat production, News, Poland|

The European Commission will send a team of inspectors to Poland on Monday after a TV report showed sick cows being butchered for food in a Polish slaughterhouse.

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Europeans open new trade channel to Iran, bypassing US sanctions

By |februar 1st, 2019|Iran, Iran nuclear deal, Middle East, News, Tehran, US sanctions|

Britain, France and Germany on Thursday (31 January) launched a trade mechanism to bypass US sanctions on Iran, drawing praise from Tehran – and a warning from Washington.

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1-in-3 UK firms have relocation plans due to Brexit

By |februar 1st, 2019|News|

Brexit has prompted almost a third of British companies to move some operations abroad or at least consider it, a survey from an employers group showed on Friday (1 February).

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Brussels city warned over ‘disproportionate’ rules for Airbnb

By |januar 25th, 2019|Airbnb, News, services directive, Sharing Economy|

The city of Brussels could be taken to court over its strict home sharing rules after the European Commission on Thursday (24 January) said such rules are disproportionate, in a move hailed by US home-renting company Airbnb.

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