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EUROPEAN BUSINESS NEWS

Drug use increase in European cities: wastewater report

The latest findings from the largest European project in the emerging science of wastewater analysis were presented Thursday by the Europe-wide SCORE group, in association with the EU drugs agency.

Brexit Mess: The EU Angle

A short eight-week delay to adjust the joint statement on post-Brexit relations accordingly would be fine for the EU27

Agreement paves way for better VAT collection on online sales

EU Member States reached agreement Tuesday on detailed measures needed to simplify VAT rules for sales of goods online, also ensuring that online marketplaces play their part in the fight against tax fraud.

Foreign ownership of European companies on the rise

There has been a continuous rise in foreign company ownership in key sectors in the EU and an increase in investments from emerging economies such as China, a report detailing foreign direct investment in the EU shows.

EU adds Bermuda, UAE to revised tax haven blacklist

EU finance ministers added Bermuda, the United Arabic Emirates and eight other jurisdictions to a list of non-cooperative jurisdictions for tax purposes Tuesday, bringing to 15 the number of countries on the list.

EU adds Bermuda, UAE to revised tax haven blacklist

EU finance ministers added Bermuda, the United Arabic Emirates and eight other jurisdictions to a list of non-cooperative jurisdictions for tax purposes Tuesday, bringing to 15 the number of countries on the list.

First EU whistleblower law ‘to protect interests of citizens’

EU negotiators reached an agreement Tuesday on rules to protect whistleblowers, with a new system to protect and encourage reporting of breaches of EU law in a range of areas including tax fraud and public procurement.

Foreign direct investment report: continuous rise of foreign ownership of European companies in key sectors

Foreign direct investment report: continuous rise of foreign ownership of European companies in key sectors

MEPs call for tougher cyber-security to counter Chinese 5G threat

The EU Parliament called Tuesday for action at EU level on the security threats linked to China’s growing technological presence in the EU, as it adopted a new Cybersecurity certification scheme for products, processes and services.

Consumer goods to get simpler EU energy labels

New energy efficiency labels for lighting, fridges, TV screens, dishwashers and washing machines, adopted Monday by the EU Commission, will enable consumers to better understand how much energy their appliances consume.

Springtime for Strongmen

The worlds authoritarians are on the march—and the West helped pave the way

Springtime for Strongmen

The worlds authoritarians are on the march—and the West helped pave the way

The End of Economics?

Human beings are rarely rational—so its time we all stopped pretending they are

Is the World Prepared for the Next Financial Crisis?

New regulations and reforms have helped, but major threats still loom

The top 10 risks to the global economy, according to the Economist Intelligence Unit

The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) has compiled a list of what it regards as the top 10 global risks of 2019. It makes for sobering reading, with a number of active threats to stability and security only likely to get worse before they get any better