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EUROPEAN BUSINESS NEWS

EU-Viet Nam free trade agreement – Joint press statement by Commissioner Malmström and Minister Tran Tuan Anh

EU-Viet Nam free trade agreement - Joint press statement by Commissioner Malmström and Minister Tran Tuan Anh

Paolo Baratta: "We must go against the mainstream of the moment"

The President of La Biennale di Venezia, Paolo Baratta, speaks to EBR about the 58th International Art Exhibition

What is the new economic agenda for Europe?

The Brussels Economic Forum is Europes answer to Davos - it is the flagship economic event of the European Commission that happens annually. This year was the 19th time European policymakers, academics and business leaders gathered to debate the current challenges facing the EU

Key elements of the EU-Mercosur trade agreement

EU and Mercosur reach agreement on trade

EU and Mercosur reach agreement on trade

European Commission welcomes UN resolution on trade in torture tools

European Commission welcomes UN resolution on trade in torture tools

OJ L175 tableware amendment

OJ L175 hollow sections termination

First 17 ‘European Universities’ selected

The European Commission announced Wednesday the higher education institutions from all over Europe that will be part of the first “European Universities” alliances.

New EU cybersecurity certification rules in force

The EU's Cybersecurity Act, agreed by negotiators in December 2018, entered into force Thursday, providing Europe with a framework of cybersecurity certification of products, processes and services.

EU set to sign trade agreement with Vietnam

EU ministers gave their approval to a free trade agreement and an investment protection agreement with Vietnam on Tuesday, paving the way for their signature in Hanoi on Sunday.

Europes Absence in the Middle East

The dangerous standoff between Iran and the United States has exposed Europes political and strategic weakness and its inability to exert any influence in the region

EUCOs choice

Picking the new batch of EU leaders, and especially the Commission president, is much more difficult this time around. And its not really about the Spitzenkandidaten system, its not even about the political, gender or geographic balance. Its about the person itself

EU funding to modernise air traffic management ‘largely unnecessary’: auditors

While the EU's regulation for the modernisation of air traffic management has added value, EU funding to support ATM projects was largely unnecessary, says the EU Court of Auditors in a report.

OJ L171 bicycle exemption scheme update