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EUROPEAN BUSINESS NEWS

Four women put in jeopardy the Democrat chances to defeat President Trump in 2020

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and four progressive House Democrats led by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio Cortez (D-NY), are having a bitter feud. It teaches us a lot about growing splits within the Democratic Party and how Pelosi is using her power to shut down dissent within her party

Global tensions and uncertainty test EU economy

While Europe's economy is set for continued growth in 2019, the near-term outlook is clouded by global trade tensions and significant policy uncertainty, according to the EU's Summer 2019 Economic Forecast.

Airbnb decides to conform to EU consumer rules

Following its negotiations with Airbnb, the EU Commission announced Thursday that the accommodation platform had improved and 'fully clarified' the way it presents offers to consumers.

Airbnb decides to conform to EU consumer rules

Following its negotiations with Airbnb, the EU Commission announced Thursday that the accommodation platform had improved and 'fully clarified' the way it presents offers to consumers.

EU, US agree mutual recognition on pharmaceuticals

The EU and the United States have completed a Mutual Recognition Agreement, with both sides agreeing to reduce barriers and increase trade in pharmaceuticals as part of ongoing EU-U.S. trade talks.

Energy Charter Treaty modernisation: Commission welcomes Council’s mandate

Energy Charter Treaty modernisation: Commission welcomes Council's mandate

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On a low-competitiveness country joining the Eurozone: Are there lessons from Greece?

Issues of political economy may influence the decisions and path of a low competitiveness country in adopting the euro. These can have a decisive effect on the eventual outcome and largely determine the countrys economic prospects within the Eurozone

EU-Mercosur trade agreement: The Agreement in Principle and its texts

EU-Mercosur trade agreement: The Agreement in Principle and its texts

EU bank stress test too feeble: auditors

The latest bank stress test by the European Banking Authority should have been more demanding in testing banks' resilience to systemic risks across the EU, the EU Court of Auditors said on Wednesday.

A Central Bank as the Symbol of Turkeys Political Thriller

As Turkey continues to forge its own economic and political path, the issue is how much more damage the current system of governance will inflict on the country, and how long and costly fixing the destruction will be

Which Healthy Eating Nudges Work Best?

Our framework shows how to guide consumers to choose healthier food options

Local Media Must be Strengthened if We Wish to Uphold Press Freedom

This week, hundreds of delegates from around the world will gather in London for the Global Conference for Media Freedom, hosted by the UK and Canadian governments

Vaccines are victim of their own success, global health expert says

One of the reasons behind the decline in vaccine confidence is that people have become complacent, as diseases that have killed millions of people are no longer here due to the success of vaccination

Will New Democracy undermine the positive momentum in the Western Balkans?

Following New Democracys return to power, there are concerns in Brussels, Berlin and Washington about changes in Greeces policy towards its Balkan neighbors