Germany presses for progress on European army

Paper advocates joint HQ and shared military assets

Brexit ‘could boost eurozone GDP’

Financial activity would relocate, says leading French economist

Sovereign risk system needs reforming

At the European finance ministers meeting the Dutch proposed more realistic risk weights

Activist challenges ‘ad blocker blockers’

Complaint against software that defeats anti-pop-up programs

Ireland’s Remain backers tout benefits

Many British expats support staying in the EU

Brussels plans visa-free travel for Turks

Ankara needs to meet reform conditions within weeks

Europe moving ever closer to Britain

If the UK stays it may be joined in an outer circle by other EU states, writes Vernon Bogdanor

German MEP opposes Nord Stream 2 pipeline

Manfred Weber condemns project as creating risks in CEE

Banks told to stop pushing own funds

Brussels to prevent funnelling of clients to in-house products

Kosovo to get visa-free travel in the EU

Turkey, Ukraine and Georgia also expected to receive same status

Rating agency gives Portugal lifeline

Investment grade move allows ECB to keep buying country’s bonds

Graft warrior rattles Macedonia’s elite

Katica Janeva on collision course with establishment

Eurozone growth rate doubles, ‘Gucci’ paper handbags and China’s robot revolution

GDP growth of 0.6% is double the rate of previous quarter, while US economic growth slows to 0.5%

French pension boss warns over low rates

Chief executive of ERAFP says ‘many funds will implode’

Migration cannot decide UK’s place in EU

A dynamic economy can gain from importing people

Germany plans jobless migrants benefit ban

Move reflects anxiety over the rise of rightwing Alternative for Germany party

Britons abroad refused EU referendum vote

Court rules against those living in Europe for more than 15 years

Tech start-ups want UK to remain in EU

Digital companies see Britain as stepping stone into Europe

FCA sets outs plans to improve debt markets

Watchdog pledges to become more ‘user-friendly’

Carmakers reel from multiple probes

Regulators scrutinise Mitsubishi, Peugeot and Daimler, plus VW


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