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EUROPEAN BUSINESS NEWS

MEPs back 35 pct CO2 emissions cuts for trucks by 2030

The EU Parliament has backed plans for lorries to cut CO2 emissions by 2030, adopting a higher target (35%) than the Commission (30%) for new lorries to reduce the EU's greenhouse gas emissions by 2030.

MEPs back 35 pct CO2 emissions cuts for trucks by 2030

The EU Parliament has backed plans for lorries to cut CO2 emissions by 2030, adopting a higher target (35%) than the Commission (30%) for new lorries to reduce the EU's greenhouse gas emissions by 2030.

Michelle Obama blasts President Trump in her book Becoming

The former first lady, Michelle Obama is rolling out her new titled Becoming with exactly the sort of fanfare weve come to expect from the Obamas 13-city book tour and touchy-feeling arena interviews by celebrating moderators

Bulgaria makes progress, Romania backtracks on judicial reform and corruption

Bulgaria has made good progress in fighting corruption and organised crime, but Romania has gone backwards, particularly with regard to judicial reform, the EU said in its annual review published Tuesday.

Bulgaria makes progress, Romania backtracks on judicial reform and corruption

Bulgaria has made good progress in fighting corruption and organised crime, but Romania has gone backwards, particularly with regard to judicial reform, the EU said in its annual review published Tuesday.

Brussels intensifies preparedness for Brexit no-deal scenario

The European Commission published detailed information Tuesday on its ongoing preparedness and contingency work in the event of a no deal scenario in the Article 50 negotiations with the United Kingdom.

EU opens up free movement of non-personal data

EU ministers provided a boost to Europe's data economy Friday, signing off on a new directive aimed at removing obstacles to the free movement of non-personal data within the EU.

Commissioner Malmström in Washington DC

Commissioner Malmström in Washington DC

Ukraine needs to step up fight against corruption: EU report

Ukraine has made progress in important areas, but the pace of reforms in areas of the judiciary and anti-corruption measures is too slow, the EU said Friday in its Association Implementation Report.

Macron’s call for European Boots

A European army is not the answer to the EUs miserable foreign and security ambitions or the rift with the United States

Taiwans INTERPOL participation as observer will make the world safer

Taiwans exclusion from the organisation has continued for 34 years. The nonsensical policy is politically-motivated and can only hamper the fight against international crime on Taiwanese soil and across the world

Rumi and the challenge of countering Europe’s ”wicked men”

Many of the leaders mourning the war dead were really just Rumis wicked men and women who, with toxic words and actions, are wrecking the fragile achievements of the past and inciting hate and division

EU-Taiwan: Launching a new era of Strategic Partnership

Albert Einstein once said that Every kind of peaceful cooperation is primarily based on mutual trust among men and secondarily on institutions. This quote could precisely reflect the strong relations among European Union and Taiwan in the contemporary political reality

New leaders for Democrats after midterm elections?

US President Donald Trump said the White House enjoyed an "incredible" and "tremendous" election night

Taiwans INTERPOL participation as observer will make the world safer

Taiwans exclusion from the organisation has continued for 34 years. The nonsensical policy is politically-motivated and can only hamper the fight against international crime on Taiwanese soil and across the world