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EUROPEAN BUSINESS NEWS

Eurogroup open to revision of Portugal’s fiscal targets

Portugal could possibly obtain additional time to balance its public finances, but has yet to make such a request, the head of eurozone finance ministers said Monday.

Eurogroup open to revision of Portugal’s fiscal targets

Portugal could possibly obtain additional time to balance its public finances, but has yet to make such a request, the head of eurozone finance ministers said Monday.

Croatia holds first same-sex marriage march

Some 400 people took part Monday in the first ever same-sex marriage march in staunchly Catholic and largely conservative Croatia, set to join the European Union on July 1.

Croatia holds first same-sex marriage march

Some 400 people took part Monday in the first ever same-sex marriage march in staunchly Catholic and largely conservative Croatia, set to join the European Union on July 1.

Islamist attackers in Niger not from Libya: PM

The Islamists who carried out two attacks last week in Niger which left more than two dozen people dead did not come from Libya, as charged by the Niger authorities, Libyan Prime Minister Ali Zeidan said Monday.

Islamist attackers in Niger not from Libya: PM

The Islamists who carried out two attacks last week in Niger which left more than two dozen people dead did not come from Libya, as charged by the Niger authorities, Libyan Prime Minister Ali Zeidan said Monday.

EU warns on China influence, offers opening on solar dispute

The European Commission warned Monday against undue Chinese influence as Germany led growing opposition among EU member states to a planned punitive levy on imports of solar panels from China.

EU warns on China influence, offers opening on solar dispute

The European Commission warned Monday against undue Chinese influence as Germany led growing opposition among EU member states to a planned punitive levy on imports of solar panels from China.

EU talks on Syria arms embargo fail: Austria

European Union efforts to reach an agreement on whether to arm Syria's rebels have failed, Austria's Foreign Minister Michael Spindelegger said Monday.

EU talks on Syria arms embargo fail: Austria

European Union efforts to reach an agreement on whether to arm Syria's rebels have failed, Austria's Foreign Minister Michael Spindelegger said Monday.

‘No agreement’ on EU arming Syria rebels

European Union foreign ministers struggled to reach a compromise Monday in a long-running row over whether to arm Syria's rebels when an embargo expires at the end of this week.

‘No agreement’ on EU arming Syria rebels

European Union foreign ministers struggled to reach a compromise Monday in a long-running row over whether to arm Syria's rebels when an embargo expires at the end of this week.

China asks for EU talks on solar trade dispute

China has asked for a meeting with the EU Trade Commissioner amid a series of tit-for-tat disputes as Germany led growing opposition to a planned punitive levy on imports of Chinese solar panels.

China asks for EU talks on solar trade dispute

China has asked for a meeting with the EU Trade Commissioner amid a series of tit-for-tat disputes as Germany led growing opposition to a planned punitive levy on imports of Chinese solar panels.

Kosovo war veterans rally against EU war crimes probe

Thousands of Kosovo Albanians, mainly veterans from the country's 1998-99 separatist war with Serbia, protested on Monday against an EU war crimes probe into former guerrilla fighters.