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    1. 20 hours ago

      Paris defends budget amid EU irritation

      As the clock ticks down to a potential – and humiliating – rejection of France’s budget plans by the European Commission,...

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      EU states tell Juncker not to water down trade deal

      Fourteen EU countries have fired a warning shot at Jean-Claude Juncker, incoming president of the European Commission,...

    3. October 21, 2014

      Russia slaps conditions on Ukraine gas deal

      Russia has raised further conditions for resuming gas supplies to Ukraine, dashing hopes that a deal to safeguard Europe’s...

    4. October 21, 2014

      Ireland’s recovery hinges on global links

      Strange things have started to happen around the world to celebrate St Patrick’s day. The statue of Christ the Redeemer...

    5. October 21, 2014

      EU to warn France and Italy on budget plans

      The European Commission will on Wednesday tell five eurozone countries, including France and Italy, that their budget plans...

    6. October 21, 2014

      Mob justice is a dangerous way to deal with bad businesses

      Big, bad companies are firmly in the sights of politicians. Last week UK Labour party leader Ed Miliband announced a...

    7. October 21, 2014

      Honeywell and DuPont hit by EU antitrust

      Honeywell and DuPont were hit with EU antitrust charges on Tuesday for allegedly acting in an anti-competitive manner when...

    8. October 21, 2014

      Brussels fines global banks €94m for their part in two cartels

      The European Commission has fined several global banks a combined €94m for participating in two distinct cartels involving...

    9. October 21, 2014

      EU leans on big banks to finance bailout fund

      France’s banks will foot the biggest bill for Europe’s banking union, paying up to €2bn more than Germany’s lenders towards...

    10. October 19, 2014

      Barroso warns Britain it would be irrelevant outside EU

      The outgoing president of the European Commission will on Monday fire a parting shot at David Cameron, warning Britain will...

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      October 17, 2014

      The Italian budget - in trouble in Brussels?

      Having trouble following the fight over the EU’s budget rules? You’re not alone. They are fiendishly complicated,...

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      October 16, 2014

      Guest post: Montenegro's "commitment to Euro-Atlantic values" is pure rhetoric

      By Andrey Petrushinin of the Central European Aluminum Company In a guest post published here on October 10, Milo Dukanovic,...

    13. October 15, 2014

      France touts deregulation as budget scrutiny intensifies

      From opening intercity bus routes to extending Sunday shop opening, France has unveiled deregulation plans in an attempt to...

    14. October 14, 2014

      Stoiber moots plan to exempt micro-businesses from EU rules

      Proposals for micro businesses to be virtually exempt from EU rules were unveiled on Tuesday, giving a glimpse at the type...

    15. October 14, 2014

      Dublin ditches Double Irish to save low tax regime

      Dublin has served up its last “Double Irish”. But its decision to sacrifice a highly contentious tax loophole shows a...

    16. October 13, 2014

      Paris stands firm against fiscal enforcers

      Ever since the French government unveiled its 2015 budget two weeks ago, fiscal enforcers in Brussels have attempted to...

    17. October 10, 2014

      EU clears Liberty Global deal for Ziggo

      John Malone’s Liberty Global has secured EU clearance for its €10bn acquisition of Dutch cable operator Ziggo, after...

    18. October 10, 2014

      Brussels eases rules on asset-backed securities to unblock credit

      Brussels has significantly eased rules on asset-backed loan bundles and softened requirements for banks to hold easy-to-sell...

    19. October 9, 2014

      Q&A: What is the double Irish?

      The European Commission has threatened to launch a formal investigation into a vital aspect of Ireland’s tax system, known...

    20. October 9, 2014

      Snake bite anti-venom remains crude and expensive

      On a farm at an undisclosed location in Utah, a British company milks venom from 500 carefully nurtured snakes every month....

    21. October 9, 2014

      EU raids ethanol groups in energy price fixing probe

      Brussels has stepped up its probe into price fixing in energy markets, raiding several companies in two European countries...

    22. October 9, 2014

      Bratusek withdrawal clears way for new EU commission approval

      Alenka Bratusek, the former Slovenian prime minister personally selected by incoming European Commission president...

    23. October 8, 2014

      Parliament rejects Bratusek for European Commission job

      The European Parliament overwhelmingly rejected Slovenia’s nominee to the new European Commission on Wednesday night, in a...

    24. October 8, 2014

      Concern as Almunia rushes EU competition cases out of door

      Joaquín Almunia is making the most of his last days as the EU’s competition commissioner. Recent weeks have seen a flurry of...

    25. October 8, 2014

      Brussels backs Hinkley Point C as cost forecasts soar

      Britain won EU approval for a new nuclear power plant in Somerset on Wednesday, allowing the government to commit to 35...

    26. October 8, 2014

      Belgium finally forms coalition government

      After five months of drawn-out negotiations Belgium has at last got a new government – a centre-right coalition with...

    27. October 7, 2014

      Lord Hill poised to win approval as EU financial services chief

      Britain’s Lord Hill is poised to secure confirmation as the EU’s financial services chief after winning over critics at a...

    28. October 7, 2014

      EU’s Amazon probe steps up pressure over tax deals

      The move by Brussels to open a formal investigation into Amazon’s tax arrangements in Luxembourg, confirmed on Tuesday, is...

    29. October 7, 2014

      Frans Timmermans promises to slash EU red tape

      Frans Timmermans, the man who would likely oversee any UK renegotiation of its membership with the EU, laid out a buffet of...

    30. October 7, 2014

      Incoming EU jobs and growth chief defends stance on austerity

      The former Finnish prime minister tasked with restoring growth and employment to the EU sought on Tuesday to convince the...

    31. October 6, 2014

      Incoming EU digital chief warns on ‘right to be forgotten’ ruling

      The EU’s incoming digital chief has warned that Europe’s online “right to be forgotten” ruling has to “stay an exception”....

    32. October 6, 2014

      Brussels targets Amazon’s Luxembourg tax deal

      Brussels is confronting Luxembourg over an unorthodox Amazon tax deal, alleging it allowed the online retail giant to reap...

    33. October 6, 2014

      Trade deals: Toxic talks

      Australia’s insistence that cigarettes be sold in drab olive packaging with warning labels featuring tar-stained lungs and...

    34. October 6, 2014

      Virgin Atlantic to shut domestic airline Little Red

      Virgin Atlantic is grounding its domestic airline, Little Red, after it failed to woo passengers from its short-haul service...

    35. October 3, 2014

      Brussels clears telecoms groups of ‘throttling’ services of rivals

      Deutsche Telekom, Orange and Telefónica have been cleared by regulators of “throttling” the services of rivals – avoiding a...

    36. October 3, 2014

      Cork brushes off Apple tax claims

      Two men in yellow hazmat jackets are washing the windows at Apple’s super-modern Irish headquarters on a hilltop overlooking...

    37. October 3, 2014

      Green light from Brussels for Facebook’s WhatsApp deal

      Facebook has secured unconditional EU approval to complete its $19bn acquisition of WhatsApp, the text messaging app, in...

    38. October 2, 2014

      Incoming antitrust head promises action on tax deals

      Europe’s incoming antitrust chief has promised a tough line on state-subsidised tax avoidance, saying she will “send a...

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