EU leaders hold firm on Russia sanctions

Summit communiqué signals steady pressure over aggression in Ukraine

Luxembourg old town, shot from the hill

Luxembourg drops secret tax list fight

EU Commission widens probe and asks all member states to reveal deals

Downing St ‘disappointed’ at residence ruling

EU court rules permits issued by member states must be honoured

Swiss central bank uses negative rates

Action comes after upward pressure on franc

Cameron backs ‘broad’ transatlantic deal

British PM rejects suggestions trade agreement should be scaled back

EU caps debit and credit card fees

Draft law seeks to end protracted battle with payment groups

EU toughens up research fee rules

Move to tackle conflicts of interest and a lack of transparency

PM in push to spur on US-EU trade talks

Cameron aims to put ‘rocket boosters’ under TTIP negotiations

Air travel: the long-haul gamble

Can Norwegian carve out a business model that makes a profit from long-distance routes at low fares?

EU resists Ukraine’s plea to find funding

Assistance sought from governments to avoid a possible default

EU widens corporate tax rulings probe

Scrutiny of deals granted to businesses extended to all 28 states

US risks EU rift on new Russia sanctions

Washington sets stage for tougher set of Iran-style penalties

Eurozone malaise dents car industry

New vehicle purchases hit lowest levels in a year

Turkish lira hits low as Erdogan scolds EU

Turkey’s president rejects criticism of media arrests

Google under threat of €15m fine

Dutch regulators threaten US tech group over data use

Berlin and Brussels rage over road tolls

Germany plans to introduce motorway charge for foreign drivers

Britain looks for EU treaty shortcuts

Cameron warned of political impossibility of referendum strategy

Topsy-turvy EU world of power politics

The higher up the food chain, the smaller the sums talked about

Stormy Grexit tragedy is European farce

A Greek crisis would draw away attention from much bigger problems, says John Dizard

Struggle for reform in France and Italy

Hollande and Renzi must continue to push on with liberalisation

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