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European Union News
EU regulators begin closer scrutiny of $2.1bn Google-Fitbit deal
Sat, Jul 04, 2020
The EU regulators have asked rivals whether the Google-Fitbit deal will disadvantage fitness tracking apps hosted in Google`s Play Store.
European Union, Britain clash over a post-Brexit trade deal
Tue, Feb 04, 2020
The European Union and Britain clashed over a post-Brexit trade deal on Monday, with the two sides setting out very different visions of a future relationship. Britain officially left the EU almost three days ago
Sovereignty comes first: Britain lays out tough stance for EU trade talks
Mon, Feb 03, 2020
Britain laid out a tough opening stance for future talks with the European Union on Sunday, saying it would set its own agenda rather than meeting the bloc`s rules to ensure frictionless trade
Singapore trade deal to boost EU's presence in SE Asia
Wed, Nov 20, 2019
A free trade agreement between the European Union and Singapore will put EU-based businesses closer to one of the worlds fastest-growing consumer markets.
UK PM Johnson loses majority in parliament after lawmaker defects to Liberal Democrats
Tue, Sep 03, 2019
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson lost his working majority in parliament on Tuesday when one of his Conservative lawmakers defected to the pro-European Union Liberal Democrats.
Cambodian PM says China ready to help if EU imposes sanctions
Mon, Apr 29, 2019
Cambodia benefits from the EU`s "Everything But Arms" trade scheme which allows the world`s least developed countries to export most goods to the EU free of duties.
Blow to Google, Facebook as EU approves tougher copyright rules
Tue, Apr 16, 2019
Under new copyright rules aimed at ensuring fair compensation for the European Union`s $1 trillion creative industries, which employ 11.7 million people in the bloc, Google will have to pay publishers for news snippets and Facebook filter out protected content.
US proposes tariffs on $11 billion of EU products
Tue, Apr 09, 2019
The WTO found that the subsidies have an "adverse impact" on the US, reports said. "This case has been in litigation for 14 years and the time has come for action."
G20 must tackle root causes of trade tensions that threaten growth: EU
Sat, Apr 06, 2019
"The international community has to tackle the root causes of the ongoing trade tensions by ensuring a level playing field for open and free trade in goods and services, investment and intellectual property rights," the joint EU statement said.
European Union drags India to WTO over import duties on ICT products
Wed, Apr 03, 2019
The European Union (EU) Tuesday said it has dragged India into WTO's dispute settlement mechanism over imposition of import duties on certain ICT product, including mobile phones, alleging breach of global trade norms.
EU fines Google $1.7 billion for unfair online ad rules
Wed, Mar 20, 2019
The European Union`s antitrust regulators on Wednesday fined Google 1.49 billion euros ($1.7 billion) for abusing its dominance in the online search market by blocking rivals.
European Union rules Italian bank rescue legal in blow to antitrust watchdog
Tue, Mar 19, 2019
After the dispute with Brussels over the rescue of Tercas, Italian authorities intervened to help four other small banks in 2015 and then saved larger Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena and two smaller north-eastern Italian banks in 2017.
GDPR Violation: Facebook, Apple, Twitter face EU probes .
Sat, Mar 02, 2019
Since the application of the GDPR, the DPC has seen a significant increase in the number of complaints received. Between May 25 and December 31, 2018, 2,864 complaints were received by the DPC.
EU warns UK Prime Minister Theresa May for her demand to reopen Brexit deal
Wed, Feb 20, 2019
Reinforcing the message, EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker made it clear that he had little hope that something fruitful would emerge during his evening with UK Prime Minister.
German industry views Brexit, Trump as biggest risks to growth and prosperity
Wed, Dec 26, 2018
The German economy, Europe`s largest, is expected to post its weakest growth rate in many years in 2018 as exporters are facing headwinds from abroad. But vibrant domestic demand means many companies are still able to expand business.
Brexit impact: Britain's retail sector axed 150,000 jobs in 2018
Mon, Dec 24, 2018
And more gloom is forecast next year as retailers continue to struggle in anticipation of Britain's departure from the European Union. "While parliament is obsessed with Brexit, business rates and low growth are killing the high street," said Professor Joshua Bamfield, who is director of the CRR consultancy.
Brexit divorce deal: Indian-origin minister leads resignations in fresh jolt for Theresa May
Thu, Nov 15, 2018
Minutes after Vara stepped down as Northern Ireland minister, Prime Minister May was hit by a bigger blow as her Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab resigned from the Cabinet saying he "cannot in good conscience" support the draft of the withdrawal agreement with the 28-member bloc.
EU executive conditionally approves Daimler, BMW car-sharing deal
Thu, Nov 08, 2018
The European Union`s competition authority said on Wednesday it had approved the plan of German luxury carmakers Daimler and BMW to combine their car-sharing businesses, subject to conditions.
Indian firms lagging on compliance of EU data protection rule: EY
Tue, Aug 14, 2018
Many Indian firms, including some of those with Rs 10,000 crore revenue, have been found to be lagging on compliance of European Union data protection rule, according to a survey conducted by advisory firm EY.
EU warns carmakers manipulating new emissions tests
Wed, Jul 25, 2018
The EU`s new tests aim to better measure on-road emissions after regulators found Volkswagen`s rigging was only part of a much wider effort to manipulate laboratory test to show much lower pollution than vehicles emitted on roads.