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Economic recovery in Germany appears to be on track as demand for German-made goods increased both at home and abroad, official trade data showed on Tuesday. After adjustment for seasonal blips, Germany exported goods worth 94.5 billion euros ($131
Hungarian minister for human resources, Zoltan Balog, presented Budapest's Roma inclusion programme to a European audience. The minister took the opportunity to criticise what he described as the lack of responsiveness and flexibility of the European
I'm against this division between big and small member states.' Juncker said.
Turkey`s report, drawn up by Ria Oomen-Ruijten, the European Parliament's Turkey rapporteur, received 36 votes in favor, eight against and five abstentions at the European Parliament`s Foreign Affairs Committee whereas the proposal for a privileged
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The European Union's top court has ruled that a fuel tax applied by Spanish regions to help finance health care is illegal, possibly opening the door to compensation claims totaling millions of euros (dollars). The Luxembourg-based Court of Justice
The European Union's antitrust authority has formally outlined concerns that Telefonica's proposed 8.55 billion-euro ($11.7 billion) purchase of German mobile operator E-Plus may violate competition rules. EU Commission spokesman Antoine Colombani
Twelve European ministers have sent the health commissioner of the European Union a letter asking that the European Commission withdraw its proposal to approve a new strain of genetically modified (GM) maize known as "Pioneer 1507." The GM corn
The European Union's antitrust authority is closing an investigation against Visa Europe after accepting the firm's offer to lower some card fees. The EU Commission said Wednesday its concerns are sufficiently addressed by Visa's concession to cut
But one in particular is due to galvanise attention on mainstream parties and possibly boost turnout. "The personalisation and politisation of the election campaign will stimulate turnout and serve to deepen the democratic legitimacy of the EU,"