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Opinion  /  Published 25.10.21

Tricky Game: Polexit

It’s possible that the tide which brought hard-right populist governments to power in a number of central European countries is starting to go out again. In the Czech Republic, the billionaire o...
By Gwynne Dyer

Science Tech  /  Published 26.09.21

Coming soon: Portless Apple gadgets?

Two years is a long time Worth more than a couple of trillion dollars, it’s unlikely that Apple would mind giving up income from selling Lightning port cables. Sure, those cost quite a bit but ...
By Mathures Paul

World  /  Published 15.07.21

EU: sweeping climate change plan

European Union policymakers on Wednesday unveiled their most ambitious plan yet to tackle climate change, aiming to lead the way for the world’s biggest economies and turn green goals into concr...
By Reuters in Brussels

Opinion  /  Published 01.07.21

Britain and the EU five years after Brexit

Five years after the fateful referendum on June 23, 2016, what is the current balance sheet of Brexit? Answer: two weakened unions, the British and the European, and bad-tempered relations between the...
By Timothy Garton Ash

World  /  Published 23.06.21

Google back in EU antitrust spotlight

Google was in the EU antitrust spotlight again on Tuesday as regulators opened an investigation into whether its digital advertising business gives the Alphabet unit an unfair advantage over rivals an...
By Reuters in Brussels


World  /  Published 05.06.21

FB faces 2 antitrust probes in Europe

EU and British regulators said on Friday that they were beginning separate antitrust inquiries into Facebook, broadening their efforts to rein in the world’s largest technology companies. The i...
By Adam Satariano in London

Business  /  Published 18.05.21

US,Europe look to end trade tiff

The European Union has agreed to a partial truce with the United States in a dispute over metal tariffs imposed by former president Donald Trump and to start discussions on global overcapacity and Chi...
By Reuters in Brussels

World  /  Published 24.04.21

EU seals world’s biggest jab deal

The European Commission said it has sealed the world’s biggest vaccine supply deal, agreeing to buy up to 1.8 billion doses of Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine for the next few years as a debate ...
By Reuters in Puurs (Belgium)

Business  /  Published 21.07.20

Tightrope: Free trade and Atmanirbhar Bharat

India will need to walk a tightrope as it balances its Atmanirbhar Bharat agenda with talks on free-trade agreements with the European Union, Britain and the US amid a severe global economic slowdown....
By R. Suryamurthy in New Delhi

India  /  Published 16.07.20

EU-India to revive trade talks

India and the European Union on Wednesday decided to begin a high-level dialogue to work out “balanced, ambitious and mutually beneficial trade and investment agreements”, signalling a ren...
By Our Special Correspondent in New Delhi


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