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EUROPEAN BUSINESS NEWS

Europe risks disintegrating at great human cost, Greece’s Varoufakis says

Europe is at risk of disintegration and this could come at great human cost, Greece’s fiery former finance minister warned on Tuesday.

US shale gas arrives in the UK for the first time … and causes quite a stir

Shale gas from the U.S. arrived on the shores of the U.K. for the first time Tuesday, sparking a wider debate about the industry.

US shale gas arrives in the UK for the first time … and causes quite a stir

Shale gas from the U.S. arrived on the shores of the U.K. for the first time Tuesday, sparking a wider debate about the industry.

EU Faces Another Year of Living Dangerously

Beware - the European Union is not set in stone. It can disintegrate. The U.K.’s vote to leave the EU is the biggest blow in the union’s history. However, the withdrawal of the U.K. or any member is by no means its only existential threat

‘Harsh but no knockout blow’: Europe’s media react to Clinton-Trump duel

Europe has woken up to headlines dominated by the first televised debate between U.S. presidential nominees Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.

‘Harsh but no knockout blow’: Europe’s media react to Clinton-Trump duel

Europe has woken up to headlines dominated by the first televised debate between U.S. presidential nominees Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.

Canada 15% HST rise Prince Edward Island

The Provence of Prince Edward Island will increase its Harmonized Sales Tax rate from 14% to 15% on 1 October 2016.

HST is made up of the local Provincial Sales Tax (PST) and the national Good & Sales Tax (GST). Canadian GST is 5% across the country. The PST in Prince Edward Island is therefore now 10%.

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Brexit risk to Euro economy remains: ECB’s Draghi

The eurozone economy has been resilient to global and political uncertainty, particularly to the UK's Brexit vote, European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi told Euro-MPs Monday, but risks to the economic outlook remain.

EIB signs SME finance deals with Malta, Slovakia

The European Investment Fund has signed new SME financing agreements with banks in Malta and Slovakia to provide low-cost loans to small- and medium-sized enterprises and mid-caps.

Counterfeit goods seized in EU up 15 pct in 2015

Customs authorities across the EU seized an estimated five million more counterfeit items in 2015 than the previous year - an increase of 15%, according to new figures from the European Commission.

The truth behind online advertising metrics

Unbelievable deteriorations of website visits and businesses’ spent money

Europeans want ‘tangible benefits’ from EU institutions: ECB’s Draghi

The European Union must show that it benefits people's lives, ECB President Mario Draghi said, with the bloc in limbo after the U.K.'s Brexit vote.

$5,000-a-week student pad up for grabs in London’s Mayfair

A London townhouse on Mayfair’s Park Lane is up for rent for $5,172 per week and looks set to go to a super-rich student from the Middle East.

London needs a tax crackdown: Labour finance spokesman

"What we want to do is make sure we have an economy that's prosperous, but it's got to be fair as well."

Poland delays VAT cut

It looks almost certain that Poland will abandon a planned cut to its standard VAT rate from 23% to 22%.  The Polish Finance Ministry has now proposed no change before 2019.

Whilst Poland has been the most consistently strong economy in the EU since the 2008 financial crisis, it is unlikely to justify cutting the consumption tax.

Polish VAT was raised to 23% in January 2011, including a rise in its reduced VAT rate from 7% to 8%.

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