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WTO rules in EU's favour over U.S. support for Boeing
The EU won a major victory Monday in its battle over United States support for production of the Boeing 777X, as the WTO ruled the aid breached international ...
EU railway package on track to boost rail travel in Europe
The European Parliament approved Thursday the first 'technical' part of a comprehensive railway package which aims to make rail travel in Europe more ...
New EU-wide border system moves a step closer
The setting up of an integrated EU border management system moved a step forward Monday as MEPs in committee backed plans for a flagship European Border and ...
German 2012 energy law involved state aid: EU Court
The European Court of Justice's General Court confirmed Tuesday that a 2012 German law on renewable energy involved State aid, dismissing Germany's action ...
EU ministers agree Baltic fish quotas
EU fisheries ministers agreed next year's quotas for the ten commercially most important fish stocks in the Baltic Sea Monday, paving the way for talks for the ...
MEPs back reform of EU carbon trading scheme
The EU Parliament approved plans to curb greenhouse gas emissions through the EU carbon market Wednesday, aiming to fulfil EU obligations under the Paris ...
EU seals first Asian free trade deal with S. Korea
Europe agreed a vast free trade deal with South Korea on Thursday, hailing it as the first in a chain of bilateral pacts with Asian nations that will bind the ...
EU states agree to revise rules for funding political parties
EU ambassadors agreed Wednesday on revised rules for the funding of European political parties and foundations - enabling the Bulgarian presidency to begin ...
Dieselgate: EU gains power over new car approvals
The EU institutions reached a provisional agreement Thursday on reform of type-approval and market surveillance for motor vehicles, raising the quality and ...
MEPs and Council strike posting of workers deal
Workers sent temporarily to another EU country would from now on get equal pay for equal work in the same place, under a provisional deal agreed on Tuesday ...
EU looks for speedy ratification of Paris climate deal
The EU Commission presented a proposal Friday for the European Union's quick ratification of the Paris Agreement - the world's first universal, legally ...
EU states breaching National Emission Ceilings Directive limits
Ten EU Member States continue to emit air pollution from sources such as transport and agriculture above legal limits according to new data from the European ...
Euro economy shows robust growth as forecasts revised upwards
Growth rates for the eurozone and the EU beat expectations last year as the transition from economic recovery to expansion continues, according to Wednesday's ...
Landmark deal to bolster EU's trade defence
After four years of talks, the EU institutions reached political agreement Tuesday on rules to protect the EU against unfairly cheap imports and combat ...
EU finance ministers approve plan for bad loans
EU finance ministers at their Council meeting Wednesday approved an action plan to address the problem of non-performing loans in the banking sector, to reduce ...
Brussels issues protectionism warning on EU Single Market
Presenting a review of the Single Market Thursday, the EU Commission told Member States that greater efforts and political courage were needed to close the gap ...
Brussels aims for fairer food supply chain
The EU Commission launched an EU-wide public consultation Wednesday on how to make the EU food supply chain fairer, aiming to address unfair trading practices ...
EU-China look to cooperate on state aid
The EU Commission and China reaffirmed the importance of cooperation on competition policy for good economic relations Thursday, at a meeting forming part of a ...
Brussels adopts guidelines for disclosure of non-financial information
Guidelines on disclosure of environmental and social information were adopted Monday by the Commission to help firms disclose non-financial information in a ...
Food safety: EU acts to make food studies more reliable
Responding to public concern in the form of a 'European Citizens' Initiative', the EU Commission presented Wednesday a proposal to improve the transparency of ...
EU Parliament committee backs EU-Canada trade deal
Members of the European Parliament's trade committee gave their backing Tuesday to the controversial CETA EU-Canada trade and investment protection agreement.
MEPs vote to stop trade in minerals financing armed conflicts
The EU Parliament approved Thursday new rules to ensure that minerals used by European industries are sourced responsibly, diverting revenues away from rebel ...
Talks set to start on pan-European pension
EU states have asked the presidency to start negotiations with the Parliament on a proposal for a pan-European pension product that would make it easier for ...
Canada-EU talks mull trade investment court
The EU Commission and Canada co-hosted Tuesday the first exploratory discussions with government representatives from around the world on establishing a ...
Tax cooperation strengthened in next EU budget
Continuing its detailing of plans for the next long-term EU budget, the Commission outlined proposals Friday to make tax and customs cooperation between Member ...
Online markeplaces sign EU pledge on product safety
Four major online marketplaces, Alibaba (for AliExpress), Amazon, eBay and Rakuten - France signed a commitment Monday for faster removal of dangerous products ...
EU slaps EUR 254m fines on Japanese capacitor makers
The Commission fined eight Japanese producers of capacitors a total of EUR 254 million Wednesday for participating in a cartel for the supply of aluminium and ...
Tariffs would damage US car industry, EU warns Trump
Imposing tariffs on imports of EU cars would damage US trade and its own car industry, the European Union warned Monday in formal comments to the United States ...
Commission renews approval of glyphosate herbicide for 5 years
The European Commission renewed for 5 years EU approval of glyphosate Tuesday, following scientific assessment which it says concludes there is no link between ...
End of mobile roaming charges in the EU
EU roaming charges no longer apply from 15 June 2017, meaning Europeans who travel within the EU will be able to call, text and connect on their mobile devices ...