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EUROPEAN BUSINESS NEWS

Support for EU on the slide: Pew survey

Popular support for the European Union and greater economic integration to combat the debt crisis has fallen sharply, especially in key member France, a Pew Research survey shows.

Support for EU on the slide: Pew survey

Popular support for the European Union and greater economic integration to combat the debt crisis has fallen sharply, especially in key member France, a Pew Research survey shows.

EADS posts profit leap as Airbus orders soar

European aerospace giant EADS said Tuesday its first quarter profits soared 91 percent from a year ago to 241 million euros ($316 million) amid solid demand for its commercial aircraft.

EADS posts profit leap as Airbus orders soar

European aerospace giant EADS said Tuesday its first quarter profits soared 91 percent from a year ago to 241 million euros ($316 million) amid solid demand for its commercial aircraft.

Commerzbank Offers Shares at Deep Discount

Commerzbank offers shares at a deep discount aimed at repaying funds it owes to the German government and Allianz.

Bloomberg CEO: We’re Listening to Our Customers

Daniel Doctoroff, the CEO and president of Bloomberg LP, has posted his first blog on the company's web site apologizing to customers.

Call the Lawyers: France Gets Serious on Bank Union

As disagreement grows over banking union, France's finance minister told CNBC that Europe should let its lawyers work it out.

Taxmen, Police, and Spies Look at Bitcoin Threat

UK government officials discuss the security threats and tax concerns posed by bitcoin. The FT reports.

Greece Plans Bond Market Return First Half of Next Year

Greece plans to sell bonds at some point early in 2014, the country's Prime Minister Antonis Samaras said on Monday.

14 EU culture ministers seek exemptions from a US trade deal

European culture ministers from Germany, France and 12 other member nations have called for the audiovisual sector to be exempted from negotiations for an EU-US free trade deal.

14 EU culture ministers seek exemptions from a US trade deal

European culture ministers from Germany, France and 12 other member nations have called for the audiovisual sector to be exempted from negotiations for an EU-US free trade deal.

France to Tax Smartphones to Protect Culture

France is preparing to tax smartphones, tablets and all other internet-linked devices. The FT reports.

Cameron to Publish EU Vote Bill to Defuse Party Revolt

Britain will unveil a draft bill on Tuesday that could make the referendum on Britain's EU membership legally binding.

Crisis Wears Down Support for the European Union

With the European Union sapped by the euro crisis, confidence in the institution is flagging faster and further than ever before. The New York Times reports.

EU seeks to unleash crackdown on tax evasion

European finance ministers bid Tuesday to unlock a trillion-euro annual crackdown on tax evasion, under pressure from EU leaders looking for new measures to boost job creation and growth at their Brussels summit next week.