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EUROPEAN BUSINESS NEWS

Non-EU gas pipelines set to come under EU law

Pipelines entering the EU from non-EU countries will come under EU law, including competition rules, following the EU Parliament's approval Wednesday of new gas market rules providing legal clarity for operators.

Commission releases detailed information on requirements for EU goods exported to the UK in case of a hard Brexit

Commission releases detailed information on requirements for EU goods exported to the UK in case of a hard Brexit

EU opens infringement procedure against Poland over judicial independence

The European Commission launched an infringement procedure against Poland Wednesday, citing the aim of protecting Polish judges from political control. The Polish government has 2 months to reply.

Commission reports on latest negotiating rounds with Indonesia and Mercosur

Commission reports on latest negotiating rounds with Indonesia and Mercosur

Erdogans Four Challenges

Turkeys president suffered a frustrating setback in local government elections as democratic resilience prevailed. Watch out for the impact on the economy, the rule of law, defense, and Syria.

After the Christchurch massacre, its time Europe addressed some inconvenient questions

Europe's counter-terrorism policies and operations must also cover Far Right extremists and the expanding influence of their hate-filled white supremacist ideology

Israeli Elections offer Stark Choices for Europe

While the composition of the next government in Jerusalem depends on the Israeli vote, pro-active European policy can influence future outcomes. A pragmatic EU can partake in determining the looming course of action, with each of the alternative Israeli choices

Erdogan At a Crossroad

Losing Ankara and Istanbul is a significant defeat for Turkeys President

EU invests EUR 4 bn in large infrastructure projects

EUR 4 billion of EU funds is to be invested in 25 large infrastructure projects - in areas such as transport, research, environment and energy - in 10 Member States, the Commission announced Tuesday.

EU invests EUR 4 bn in large infrastructure projects

EUR 4 billion of EU funds is to be invested in 25 large infrastructure projects - in areas such as transport, research, environment and energy - in 10 Member States, the Commission announced Tuesday.

EU launches ICT, pharma cases against India, Turkey at WTO

The EU brought two disputes in the World Trade Organisation against India and Turkey Tuesday, respectively targeting unlawful import duties on IT products and unlawful measures on pharmaceuticals.

EU launches ICT, pharma cases against India, Turkey at WTO

The EU brought two disputes in the World Trade Organisation against India and Turkey Tuesday, respectively targeting unlawful import duties on IT products and unlawful measures on pharmaceuticals.

MEPs back plans to reform EU agriculture

MEPs in committee voted Monday and Tuesday on farm policy reform plans including rules for direct payments and rural development and the common market organisation in agricultural products after 2020.

Ukraine puts a TV comedian in pole position to be president

Volodymyr Zelensky wins the first round of presidential elections

Erdogan loses Istanbul and Ankara

Local elections are a blow to Turkeys autocratic president