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EUROPEAN BUSINESS NEWS

An open letter to Europes leaders

2019 is a critical year for Europe. The rise of populist, nationalistic agendas has called into question the raison d/etre of the European project and core European liberal values

Why Negotiators Should Be on Social Networks

Although social networks can mine peoples data and invade personal privacy, the debate about potentially nefarious aspects of online platforms has not deterred most people from joining them

E-commerce still vulnerable to VAT and customs duty evasion: EU auditors

Many challenges in collecting correct amounts of VAT and customs duties on e-commerce remain to be resolved, according to a report from the European Court of Auditors published on Tuesday.

EU–Canada Summit: strengthening the rules-based international order

EU–Canada Summit: strengthening the rules-based international order

European Commission facilitates access for EU beef and other agricultural exports to Japan

European Commission facilitates access for EU beef and other agricultural exports to Japan

European Commission facilitates access for EU beef and other agricultural exports to Japan

European Commission facilitates access for EU beef and other agricultural exports to Japan

MEPs confirm Ursula Von der Leyen as first female Commission President

Members of the European Parliament confirmed in a secret ballot Tuesday Ursula von der Leyen as President of the next European Commission, voted in with a narrow majority by 383 MEPs.

EU, US agree pharmaceuticals mutual recognition

The EU and the United States have completed a Mutual Recognition Agreement, with both sides agreeing to reduce barriers and increase trade in pharmaceuticals as part of ongoing EU-U.S. trade talks.

EU Politics: A Narrow Vote for Progress

Can von der Leyen make a difference? Probably yes — but only modestly so

Airbnb decides to conform to EU consumer rules

Following its negotiations with Airbnb, the EU Commission announced Thursday that the accommodation platform had improved and 'fully clarified' the way it presents offers to consumers.

Airbnb decides to conform to EU consumer rules

Following its negotiations with Airbnb, the EU Commission announced Thursday that the accommodation platform had improved and 'fully clarified' the way it presents offers to consumers.

Four women put in jeopardy the Democrat chances to defeat President Trump in 2020

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and four progressive House Democrats led by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio Cortez (D-NY), are having a bitter feud. It teaches us a lot about growing splits within the Democratic Party and how Pelosi is using her power to shut down dissent within her party

Global tensions and uncertainty test EU economy

While Europe's economy is set for continued growth in 2019, the near-term outlook is clouded by global trade tensions and significant policy uncertainty, according to the EU's Summer 2019 Economic Forecast.

EU, US agree mutual recognition on pharmaceuticals

The EU and the United States have completed a Mutual Recognition Agreement, with both sides agreeing to reduce barriers and increase trade in pharmaceuticals as part of ongoing EU-U.S. trade talks.

Energy Charter Treaty modernisation: Commission welcomes Council’s mandate

Energy Charter Treaty modernisation: Commission welcomes Council's mandate