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EU banks under investigation

Eight European banks have been formally accused by the European Commission of violating EU antitrust rules in order to distort competition when acquiring and...

Portugal runs up public debt

New data released by the Bank of Portugal on January 2 suggests the country’s public debt increased €400m in November 2018, compared to the...

European Central Bank bond buying legal, EU top court rules

The European Court of Justice (ECJ), the European Union's top court on December 11 ruled that the European Central Bank (ECB) decision to buy...

Bullmann: Now is the time to deliver on the reform of the eurozone

Ahead of a special Eurogroup meeting next Monday, S&D Group leader Udo Bullmann urged EU finance ministers to act and deliver on the much...

Merkel: “We want to extend a hand to Italy”

As a deadline looms for Italy’s eurosceptic government to re-submit budget plans to the European Union, German Chancellor Angela Merkel told the European Parliament...

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A new European institute for AI in science

On 15 April 2024, Margrethe Vestager, Executive Vice-President of the...

The Parliament debates Fico’s attempts to dismantle the rule of law in Slovakia

On April 11th, the European Parliament held a Mini-Plenary...

Chinese irritation grows as EU launches new competition probe

China snapped back at the European Union over new...

Spain at work on bill to regulate illegal migrants

The lower house of Spain’s Parliament approved a proposal...

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