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EUROPEAN BUSINESS NEWS

EU acts against UK for not nominating Commissioner

The European Commission sent a letter of formal notice to the United Kingdom Thursday for breaching its EU Treaty obligations by not suggesting a candidate for the post of EU Commissioner.

European Union launches WTO trade dispute against Colombia’s unfair duties on frozen fries

European Union launches WTO trade dispute against Colombia’s unfair duties on frozen fries

European Union launches WTO trade dispute against Colombia’s unfair duties on frozen fries

European Union launches WTO trade dispute against Colombia’s unfair duties on frozen fries

New labelling for European tyres to save energy

A new tyre labelling scheme for car and trucks, provisionally agreed Wednesday by EU institutions, aims to increase consumer awareness and fuel savings, improve safety and decrease noise pollution.

Gender gap could hold back expected R&D surge: report

Complacency over gender diversity could be an important factor in holding back an expected global surge in research and development activity, according to new research published on Wednesday.

Why law enforcement and businesses need to join forces to fight global cybercrime

The digital revolution is changing the way law enforcement protects communities and the way businesses manage risk

Polands Catholic Neo-Communists

PiS aims to create a repressive, homogeneous society not much different from the late unlamented Polish Peoples Republic — albeit in the name of Jesus Christ, not Karl Marx

Has Russia forged a new international security role?

Russia is visibly capable of exercising significant influence on carefully selected matters where conditions allow Moscow to make the most of its strengths, whether military, diplomatic, or economic

Despite ‘wonderful meeting, Trump and Erdogan fail to resolve conflicts

US President Donald Trump on Wednesday (13 November) pushed Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan to walk away from the purchase of a Russian missile defence system, calling it a “very serious challenge” to bilateral ties, even though he described a meeting between the two leaders as “wonderful.”

Is “Trumpism” the Future of America?

Nikki Haley from Trump skeptic to Trump cheerleader, the former UN ambassador has followed the trajectory of the GOP

Go-ahead for 13 new EU defence projects

EU defence ministers gave the go-ahead Tuesday to an updated list of 13 new projects to be undertaken under the EU's new 'Permanent Structured Cooperation' defence structure (PESCO).

We must bridge the gap between technology and policymaking. Our future depends on it

Technologists and policymakers largely inhabit two separate worlds. Its an old problem, one that the British scientist CP Snow identified in a 1959 essay entitled The Two Cultures

We must bridge the gap between technology and policymaking. Our future depends on it

Technologists and policymakers largely inhabit two separate worlds. Its an old problem, one that the British scientist CP Snow identified in a 1959 essay entitled The Two Cultures

Trump says US could substantially raise China tariffs if deal isnt reached

President Donald Trump on Tuesday vacillated between optimism toward trade negotiations with China and renewed escalation threats, sowing uncertainty about the fate of an interim trade agreement between the largest economies

Trump says US could substantially raise China tariffs if deal isnt reached

President Donald Trump on Tuesday vacillated between optimism toward trade negotiations with China and renewed escalation threats, sowing uncertainty about the fate of an interim trade agreement between the largest economies