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EU launches action to tackle antimicrobial resistance
The European Commission launched Thursday a new EU action plan to tackle antimicrobial resistance - a growing threat responsible for 25,000 deaths and a loss ...
Brussels set to act on antimicrobial resistance
The EU is to bring out a new action plan next year to combat antimicrobial resistance - the ability of micro-organisms to resist antimicrobial treatments, ...
InBev fined EUR 200m for breaching EU antitrust rules
The EU Commission fined Anheuser-Busch InBev, the world's biggest beer brewer, some EUR 200 million Monday for breaching EU antitrust rules through its actions ...
Road safety targets unlikely to be met: EU report
While 2017 showed an improvement in the number of fatalities on Europe's roads, reaching the EU's goal of halving road fatalities between 2010 and 2020 will be ...
Social media record on removing hate speech improves
IT companies removed around 70% of illegal hate speech notified to them, according to an evaluation of the EU Code of Conduct on countering illegal online hate ...
EU extends anti-dumping duties on Chinese steel rope
The European Commission decided Friday to extend anti-dumping duties on imports of Chinese steel rope and cable for another five years. Duties of 60.4 per cent ...
Chinese toys, clothing top EU's 2015 list of unsafe products
Toys and clothing top the list of dangerous products for which the EU issued Europe-wide alerts last year, with China remaining the number one country of ...
Green light for new EU rules on organic food
Euro-MPs gave the green light Thursday to a new law on organic food production and labelling, with a view to boosting organic production and ensuring that only ...
Brussels gives support for 'sharing economy'
Support for the so-called 'sharing economy' was given by the Commission Thursday with guidelines on online platforms which offer services such as sharing ...
Foreign ownership of European companies on the rise
There has been a continuous rise in foreign company ownership in key sectors in the EU and an increase in investments from emerging economies such as China, a ...
GM bans lawful only if clear health risk: EU Court adviser
EU states are justified in banning genetically modified food and feed only if they can establish a clear, urgent and serious risk to health and the ...
Brussels acts to protect Europe's know-how
Europe's smaller companies will be encouraged to invest in innovation and creativity, under EU Commission plans presented Wednesday to strengthen protection of ...