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EU tries to keep multinationals from using tax loopholes

BRUSSELS (AP) " European Union finance ministers have agreed to new rules aimed at preventing multinational companies from exploiting differences in tax rates between countries in the EU and those..
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European Union: European Commission Publishes Landmark Legislative Package On Clean Energy - Jones Day

The Commission is also launching a "smart finance for smart building" initiative to unlock private financing for energy efficiency and renewables in buildings at a greater scale.

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Angela Merkel symbol of hospitality for those in need of protection: UN chief

*Munich [Germany], Feb. 18 (ANI): United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres hailed the important role Germany has played at a number of multilateral institutions including the European Union..
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Germany, France wants looser human rights rules to keep asylum seekers away

Germany and France want the European Union to weaken its human rights safeguards to allow for deportation of asylum seekers before their case is considered, according to their joint proposal on curbing..

Brexit official: Latvians in Britain will keep their rights

RIGA, Latvia (AP) " Britain's top official negotiating an exit from the European Union says Latvian citizens in Britain will "have all the rights they have now" after Brexit.Secretary David Davis says..
New Zealand Herald

Britain faces "very hefty" Brexit bill, years of talks -Juncker

Britain will need years to negotiate a future trade deal with the European Union after it quits the bloc and will be landed with a "very hefty bill" from Brussels on leaving, EU chief executive..

European Commission Made 'Fundamental Errors' in Irish Tax Ruling, Says Apple

Apple has claimed that the European Commission made "fundamental errors" when it ruled last year that the company owed Ireland 13 billion euros ($13.7 billion) in unpaid taxes plus interest. Apple..

EU still concerned over Windows 10 privacy despite Microsoft’s changes

eu still concerned over windows 10 privacy despite microsoft’s changes
European Union data protection watchdogs are still concerned over Microsoft’s privacy settings in Windows 10, despite the software maker announcing changes to the way it collects data. The Electronic..
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The European Union, an agri-food world power

The food industry accounts for seven out of every €100 of trade between the European Union and the rest of the world. Euractiv Spain reports.

EU profits as Trump turns away from trade: Commissioner

The United States' new hostility to free trade deals under President Donald Trump is benefiting the European Union, the bloc's top trade official said today.

EU finance ministers to make progress against tax avoidance

European Union finance ministers hope to move closer to devising common rules to counter multinationals' tax avoidance and drawing up a common list of tax havens at a regular meeting in Brussels on..

Archbishop Chaput on his new book about life in a post-Christian world

Philadelphia, Pa., Feb 21, 2017 / 02:50 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Archbishop Charles Chaput of Philadelphia's new book, released on Tuesday, takes a hard look at how Catholics in the United States can live..

Czechs, tired of being 'Europe's garbage can', will push for better food

The Czech Republic will push for the European Union to ban the sale of inferior food in eastern European under the same brand name as better food sold in the west, the country's agriculture minister..

Theresa May: Walking the Kingdom Down a Dark Alley

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EU pushes for 2017 conclusion to free trade talks with Japan

The European Union should be able to conclude a free trade agreement with Japan this year after failing to hit an end-2016 deadline, a European Commission source close to the negotiations said on..

Hollande calls Versailles mini-summit on the future of the EU

French President François Hollande said yesterday (20 February) there would be a summit in Versailles with the leaders of Germany, Italy and Spain on 6 March to prepare reforms for the European Union..

EU leaders will 'make a fuss' over Scotland if UK Brexit talks turn sour

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Angela Merkel ally Elmar Brok says the European Union could threaten to smooth the way of an independent Scotland to join the bloc if negotiations break down.
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Le Pen’s headquarters raided by police in EU parliament jobs probe

French police raided the headquarters of Marine Le Pen's National Front party west of Paris on Monday (20 February) in relation to a probe into alleged misuse of European Union funds to pay..

EU and Russia at loggerheads over Ukraine separatist passports

Russia said yesterday (20 February) that President Vladimir Putin's decision to recognise passports issued by separatist rebels in eastern Ukraine complied with international law, after the move drew..

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