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EUROPEAN BUSINESS NEWS

Stakeholder meeting on the establishment of a multilateral investment court

Stakeholder meeting on the establishment of a multilateral investment court

These are the top countries for travel and tourism in 2019

Spain, France, Germany, Japan and the United States are the worlds most travel-ready nations, according to the latest travel and tourism ranking of the World Economic Forum

How misinformation spreads—and Why we trust It

The most effective misinformation starts with seeds of truth

How Africa can secure its long-term economic growth

In recent weeks we have seen investors discarding riskier assets for perceived safe havens, such as government bonds, due to escalating trade tensions between China and the United States, slowing global growth and volatile commodity markets

Eurojust launches new Counter-Terrorism Register

A new Counter-Terrorism Register, launched Thursday by Eurojust, the EU's agency on judicial cooperation, will help EU countries exchange information on terrorist offences in a quick, efficient and uniform manner.

Eurojust launches new Counter-Terrorism Register

A new Counter-Terrorism Register, launched Thursday by Eurojust, the EU's agency on judicial cooperation, will help EU countries exchange information on terrorist offences in a quick, efficient and uniform manner.

EU issues Brexit ‘no-deal’ checklist for European businesses

With 8 weeks to go until the possible withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the EU on 31 October, the Commission reiterated Wednesday its call for EU27 businesses to prepare for a ‘no-deal' scenario.

EU sets out proposal for sustainable fishing in Baltic Sea

The situation of fish stocks in the Baltic Sea is 'serious', the EU Commission said Friday as it set out proposals for 2020 fishing opportunities for the commercially most important fish stocks.

The impact on Europe of ‘make-believe Britain

Until Brexit reared its ugly head, the EUs more far-sighted policy analysts were worrying about relations with a very different Britain

The EP cacophony after Lagardes hearing

On Wednesday Christine Lagarde had her ‘hearing in the EPs Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs

Children to get EU milk, fruit and veg as school year begins

With the start of a new school year, the EU school fruit, vegetables and milk scheme, aimed at promoting healthy eating to schoolchildren, is to resume in participating EU countries for 2019-2020.

Merkels coalition splutters on amid Far-right surge

Regional victories show how German Christian Democrats and Social Democrats must engage with citizens if they want to weaken the appeal of the AfD before its too late

Speech: Commissioner Malmström on ‘Truths about trade’

Speech: Commissioner Malmström on 'Truths about trade'

European Commission adopts mandate to extend interim appeal arbitration arrangement

European Commission adopts mandate to extend interim appeal arbitration arrangement

European Commission adopts mandate to extend interim appeal arbitration arrangement

European Commission adopts mandate to extend interim appeal arbitration arrangement