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EUROPEAN BUSINESS NEWS

UK to tap Mexico after US in ongoing post-Brexit trade pursuit

The U.K.’s International Trade Secretary Liam Fox is to visit Mexico Wednesday to launch discussions for a post-Brexit deal as part of the Britain’s ongoing efforts to secure its trading future outside of the EU.

EU executive to start legal action against Poland over judiciary reform

The European Commission said on Wednesday it would start legal action against Poland over a law reforming the judiciary that undermines the independence of judges and therefore breaks EU treaty rules.

Greek minister: With progressive federalism EU will regain citizens’ trust

In order for Europe to address the current governance issue and convince citizens that it works in their interest it should turn to a left-wing progressive federalist model, Nikos Pappas told EURACTIV.com in an interview

UK sees ‘notable slowdown’ in growth as Brexit risk hits spending

The U.K. economy grew by 0.3 percent in the three months to June compared to the previous quarter, which was in line with expectations.

Russia lawmaker says US should expect painful response to sanctions — but could it really retaliate?

Any Russian response to fresh sanctions from the U.S. is unlikely to cause any major harm for American investors and could merely be a symbolic gesture, according to one political analyst.

Italy’s Unicredit reveals attacks on client data

Italy's biggest lender UniCredit has suffered attacks on client data, potentially including personal and bank account details, it said on Wednesday.

Italy’s ‘immortal’ Silvio Berlusconi bouncing back in polls and could become kingmaker

The center-right party of Italian politician and ex-Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi is leading voter polls.

Sperm count falling sharply in developed world, researchers say

Sperm counts in men from America, Europe, Australia and New Zealand have dropped by more than 50 percent in less than 40 years, researchers said on Tuesday.

Daimler reports booming sales of Mercedes-Benz cars thanks to 28% rise in demand from China

Daimler's second-quarter operating profit rose 15 percent, below expectations.

World’s largest cement maker posts second-quarter earnings beat following Syria scandal

LafargeHolcim posted slightly better-than-expected second-quarter results on Wednesday as the world's biggest cement maker sought to put a scandal over payments to armed groups in Syria behind it.

Venezuela enters crisis week as vote for new constituent assembly approaches

Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro is pressing ahead with an election that may damage the country's democracy.

Trump praises work on British trade deal, says EU ‘protectionist’

U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday praised ongoing work on a post-Brexit trade deal with Britain while sharply criticizing the European Union's trade relationship with the United States.

Bank of England warns against ‘dangerous’ rise in consumer loans

The Bank of England (BoE) has criticized complacent lenders after growing levels of personal debt have put the U.K. economy at risk of another economic downturn.

German automakers might face EU fines after allegations but no global legal threat, analyst says

Allegations of industry collusion between Germany's car manufacturing industry is not likely to spill over into a major global legal threat, Arndt Ellinghorst, head of global automotive research at Evercore ISI, told CNBC on Tuesday.

3 reasons why Tuesday’s Russia vote in Congress is a big deal

The U.S. House of Representatives is expected to pass a bill on Tuesday which will make it harder for President Donald Trump to ease sanctions on Russia without approval from Congress.