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EU Alleging Facebook For WhatsApp Deal Misleading

EU Alleging Facebook For WhatsApp Deal Misleading

European Officials Accuse Facebook of Misleading Them on WhatsApp Deal

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Ukraine Applauses EU On  Securing Association Deal

Ukraine Applauses EU On Securing Association Deal

Ukraine commends EU step to secure association deal

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Brand New Audi A3 Suggested With Defeat Device By EU Researchers

Brand New Audi A3 Suggested With Defeat Device By EU Researchers

Dieselgate: EU Research Suggests Defeat Device In Brand-New Audi A3

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EU To Draft Laws Against Online Hate Speeches

EU To Draft Laws Against Online Hate Speeches

To combat with the online hate speech cases as EU lawmakers are now drafting laws against them.

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European Union Strengthens Defense, Plans 5 Billion Euro Fund

European Union Strengthens Defense, Plans 5 Billion Euro Fund

The European Union revealed its plan to invest EUR 5 billion for a common defense fund. The funding will strengthen the continent’s military capabilities and let the governments invest on military research.

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Brexit To Damage Various Sectors Of UK Economy

Brexit To Damage Various Sectors Of UK Economy

A commissioned report revealed that the hard Brexit would bring significant damage to the wealth-creating and manufacturing sectors of the UK economy. MPs supporting the continued membership in the single market are set to present the findings of the study in an Open Britain event.

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General Strike In Athens

Greek Public Sector Workers Protest Amid Economic Crisis

Greek public sector workers walked off the street in a series of protest against reforms under the international bailout.

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EU Malstrom: EU And US Trade Deal Still Alive

EU Malstrom: EU And US Trade Deal Still Alive

Malmstrom is claiming that the EU and US trade deal is not yet done, however also, is still not an agreement already.

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Security On High Alert Ahead Of EU Enlargement Ceremony

EU Privacy Authorities Assessing The Privacy Shield Likely to Ask For Another Review to be Conducted in 2018

European privacy watchdogs is now assessing the Privacy Shield framework that would regulate the EU-U.S. relations in privacy protection. It’s likely that the EU watchdogs will ask for another review to be conducted in 2018, when a new a new EU data protection law comes into force.

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FILE PHOTO Federal Judge Throws Out Five Lawsuits Against Microsoft

Microsoft Became The First Major U.S. Tech Company to Endorse Privacy Protection Pact With the EU

Microsoft has became the first major U.S. tech company to endorse the Privacy Shield agreement between EU and the U.S. The company agreed to discuss the framework of data protection further with the EU officials soon.

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Brexit' Risks $700 Million Shock to Energy Bills Says U.K. Energy Secretary Amber Rudd Says

UK finance chiefs put hiring, investment plans on hold amid Brexit concerns

UK's financial chiefs are concerned about impact of Brexit, postponing their key decisions on hiring and investments. The British industry and business segments are in wait and watch mode until referendum on Brexit in June 2016.

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EU Referendum - Signage And Symbols

Brexit risks at $700-mln shock to energy bills, says Amber Rudd

Brexit is expected to impact Britain's economy in a more negative way. If UK gets out of European Union (EU), it would generate $700 million (GBP 500million) gas and power bills additionally per annum. Energy Secretary Amber Rudd has cautioned that Britain's energy security at risk in the wake of Brexit.

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British Airways Speeds Airbus A380 Rollout As First Jet Arrives

Boeing picks London as its European base

Boeing has chosen London as its home for new European headquarters. Boeing's decision came soon after a joint pronouncement of a host of businessmen in favor of Britain staying in Europe.

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The SNP Hold Their Spring Conference

Nicola Sturgeon Acknowledges Scotland's Economy Challenges, Said The Country Remains Fundamentally Strong After £15 Billion Deficit

Scottish First Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon said in an interview that the country’s economy remains strong even amid challenges that she acknowledges. She expects that the huge deficit would be manageable after separation.

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UK's Finance Minister pushes G20 against Brexit

UK's Finance Minister George Osborne may take leverage of Group of 20 to support Britain to stay with the European Union (EU). G20 meeting is being held on 26-27 February in Shanghai. Brexit may be a major outcome at the G20 finance ministers meeting.

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