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EU regulators charge Qualcomm with additional violation in pricing case

Jul 19 2018

EU antitrust regulators charged Qualcomm with a new violation in a case where the US chipmaker has been accused of selling chipsets below cost to drive out Nvidia unit and Icera.

EU Commission steps up legal battle against Slovenia over ECB data incident

Jul 19 2018

The European Commission said on Thursday it had sent a new request to Slovenia to clarify its seizure of European Central Bank data in 2016 after Slovenian authorities failed to provide a satisfactory response to EU queries about the incident.

EU's Moscovici warns of hit to markets if trade tensions escalate

Jul 19 2018

A further escalation in trade policy tensions between the European Union and the United States would hit financial markets and hurt both sides, said European Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs Pierre Moscovici.

EU says investment plan has exceeded 315 billion euro target

Jul 18 2018

A plan to help fund projects across Europe and revive economic growth has exceeded its original financing target and created many hundreds of thousands of jobs, the European Commission said, countering scepticism expressed by EU auditors.

EU sets provisional import duties on Chinese e-bikes

Jul 18 2018

The European Union will impose duties from Thursday on Chinese electric bicycles in a move to curb cheap imports that European producers say are flooding the market.

EU to curb steel imports after Trump tariffs

Jul 18 2018

European Union will launch measures designed to prevent a surge of steel imports into the bloc following the U.S. imposition of tariffs on incoming steel and aluminium, the EU’s official journal said.

Slovenia faces prospect of early election after NSI quits talks

Jul 17 2018

Slovenia faced the prospect of early elections after the conservative New Slovenia (NSI) party pulled out of coalition talks late, blaming divisions between the six movements taking part.

Euro zone trade in goods surplus shrinks in May as exports drop

Jul 16 2018

uro zone’s surplus for goods traded with the rest of the world dropped in May as exports fell and imports increased, one month before United States’ tariffs on European steel and aluminum kicked in, official data showed.

EU says China could open its economy if it wishes

Jul 16 2018

China could open its economy if it wishes, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said on Monday in Beijing, as Beijing comes under growing pressure over its industrial policies amid an escalating trade war with Washington.

Euro zone industry output increases in May

Jul 12 2018

Production at factories in the 19 countries sharing the euro currency increased by more than expected in May, data from European statistics office Eurostat showed on Thursday.

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