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During a visit to Belgrade over the weekend, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has reconfirmed his support for Serbia and announced that there would be a free trade deal between the country and the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU)... Read more

The United States has now received formal authorisation from the World Trade Organization (WTO) to impose tariffs on up to $7.5-billion (€6.79-billion) of imported good from the European Union. The move came following an arbitrator's decision over... Read more

Air pollution is now the biggest environmental risk to public health in the UK. As unregulated medium sized combustion plants (MCPs) and generators, commonly used to heat hospitals, hotels and other large buildings, are a known source of... Read more

The European Union has entered into talks with the five countries of Eastern and Southern Africa (ESA); Comoros, Madagascar, Zimbabwe, Seychelles and Mauritius, to widen the standing Economic Partnership Agreement... Read more

The European Commission has issued a fine totalling €31.6-million to two canned foods companies. The two firms had been making price agreements for several years. The Dutch company Coroos was ordered to pay €13.6-million, whereas the French... Read more

The European Commission has ratified new "right to repair" regulations which will make the repair of domestic appliances easier. From 2021, the regulations require manufacturers to design longer-lasting machines and to make spare parts easily and... Read more

The Russian-owned Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline filed a notice on Thursday (26 September), requesting that a tribunal of independent arbiters be assembled to determine where the European Union is in breach of its own obligations under the Energy... Read more

A consortium comprising of several major defence, communication and cybersecurity companies and high technology SMEs has submitted an application to the European Commission’s European Defence Industrial Development Programme (EDIDP) for the... Read more

The head of the self-governing region of Košice in eastern Slovakia has offered to buy a local steelworks from the local subsidiary of owner U.S. Steel for €1 and temporarily take control ahead of the planned mass layoff of 2,500 workers by 2021.. Read more

Europe's auto industry delivered a message on Monday (23 September) about the cataclysmic effects of a no-deal Brexit, warning that it would have 'seismic' ramifications on car manufacture in Europe... Read more

Over 100 public and private partners covering the entirety of the plastics value chain have signed the declaration for the Circular Plastics Alliance, which aims to promote voluntary action to establish a well-functioning EU market in recycled... Read more

In a vote on Tuesday. the European Parliament gave its backing to France's Christine Lagarde to become the next president of the European Central Bank (ECB)... Read more

Eurobattery Minerals AB a growth company in the mining and exploration industry with the aim to help Europe become self-sufficient in ethical battery minerals, has announced the start of the drilling campaign in its Spanish ‘Corcel project’ in... Read more

The European Union has been trying to get the US to call off trade sanctions and come to an agreement on aircraft subsidies, but Washington has showed no signs of being open to talk, according to EU trade chief Cecilia Malmström... Read more

Finance Ministers of the European Union met in Helsinki over the weekend to discuss ways in which environmentally sustainable growth can be financed and supported... Read more

European automakers are telling governments across the continent that they must help build electric vehicle charging points and provide consumer subsidies to to boost sales of battery-powered vehicles, as well as assisting the industry in meeting... Read more

The European Commission has said that it is to fund a project to build a bridge over the Danube in the city of Braila, Romania to the tune of €363-million... Read more

A new study by a consortium of NGOs has found that, despite making pledges to limit tax cuts and investment in fossil fuel industries by 2020, EU member states are still providing billions of euros in subsidies to these industries... Read more

The EU-funded robotics project ESMERA (European SMEs Robotics Applications) has opened its second open call. Under the call, industrial end users have defined specific challenges to be solved by introducing a robotics solution. The challenges are... Read more

The Chinese ban on waste imports, implemented in January 2018, has led to "a crisis situation" in the European paper recycling sector, with a chronic oversupply of recovered paper and plummeting prices according to the European Recycling... Read more

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