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EUROPEAN BUSINESS NEWS

Finding answers to the challenges of climate change

The public has been urged to get involved in a citizen-led movement designed to tackle the climate emergency

Turkey starts ‘sending home detained foreign fighters

Turkey said on Monday (11 November) it had deported two captives from Islamic State, a German and an American, starting a programme to repatriate detainees that has caused friction with its NATO allies since it launched an offensive in northern Syria

These are the worlds best MBAs

American institutions continue to dominate lists of the top MBAs, with Chicagos Booth School of Business coming first in the latest round-up

The $450B opportunity for the applications of artificial intelligence in the banking sector & examples of how banks are using AI

Discussions, articles, and reports about the AI opportunity across the financial services industry continue to proliferate amid considerable hype around the technology

Greta Thunbergs activism lays a false Climate Change trail

Few would contest the European Unions claim to have triggered, and then led, the late 20th centurys worldwide debate on climate change

European Shipyards, Manufacturers Urge EU to Safeguard Industry

European social partners for the maritime technology sector have once again called upon EU policy-makers to adopt a dedicated European industrial strategy for the sector

EU takes step closer to Turkey drilling sanctions

The EU on Monday (11 November) moved a step closer to imposing sanctions over Turkeys drilling for oil and gas off Cyprus by formally adopting a legal framework to target those involved

New cars in EU will need advanced safety systems from 2022

New cars placed on the EU market from mid-2022 will have to be equipped with advanced safety systems, following adoption by the EU Council of a regulation on the general safety of motor vehicles.

EU states agree measures to combat VAT fraud

The EU Council of finance ministers reached provisional agreement Friday on a set of rules on exchange of VAT payment data to facilitate detection of tax fraud in cross-border e-commerce transactions.

EU sets up sanctions against Turkey for Cyprus oil drilling

The EU Council adopted a framework for restrictive measures Monday in response to unauthorised drilling by Turkey of hydrocarbons in the Eastern Mediterranean, enabling sanctions on individuals or entities.

Cambodia: European Commission finalises preliminary report on temporary suspension of trade preferences

Cambodia: European Commission finalises preliminary report on temporary suspension of trade preferences

EU-Canada (CETA) Civil Society Forum

EU-Canada (CETA) Civil Society Forum

How tech can help businesses balance profit and purpose

With the US administration turning its back on the Paris Climate Agreement, demands for corporate climate leadership are mounting

Hippocratic Oath for Corporations

When it comes to corporate responsibility, its time to stop the virtuous talk and begin to take simple actions

Erdogan and ISIS

Trump should not fall for the Turkish presidents public relations stunts