Europe

Norway’s Oil Explorer Undergoes Final Checks Before Sailing to Barents Sea Oil Field

Norway’s Oil Explorer Undergoes Final Checks Before Sailing to Barents Sea Oil Field

The Norwegian oil production tanker Johan Castberg is undergoing final checks before she sets sail for a Barents Sea oil field of the same name by Q4 2024.

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Fake Shops Propped by Chinese Scammers Stole Money, Personal Data from Over 850,000 People: Data Analysts

Fake Shops Propped by Chinese Scammers Stole Money, Personal Data from Over 850,000 People: Data Analysts

Data analysts from the German cybersecurity consultancy SRLabs said that a large network of fake online designer shops apparently operated from China have stolen money and personal data from over 850,000 people in Europe and the United States.

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Berkshire Hathaway's Brooks Running CEO Deems China, Europe as Growth Areas

Berkshire Hathaway's Brooks Running CEO Deems China, Europe as Growth Areas

Brooks Running's newly appointed chief executive has expressed optimism about the potential growth of the business in China and Europe.

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Tesla Slashes EV Prices in China, Germany and Other Countries in Europe as Sales Drop

Tesla Slashes EV Prices in China, Germany and Other Countries in Europe as Sales Drop

Tesla has implemented price reductions in key markets such as China, Germany, and other European countries, following similar cuts in the United States.

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U.S. Oil Production On Pace For Record-Breaking Year

US Banks to Increase Loans to Oil and Gas Companies as Europeans Reduce Theirs Over Climate Change Concerns

U.S. regional banks are filling the lending gap for oil, gas, and coal companies left by European lenders amid climate concerns, with banks like Citizens Financial Group Inc., BOK Financial Corp., and Truist Securities Inc. increasing fossil-fuel loans.

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Russia, China Agree to Boost Economic and Security Ties to Counter US Dominance in Europe and Asia

Russia, China Agree to Boost Economic and Security Ties to Counter US Dominance in Europe and Asia

Russia and China have announced plans to deepen their security cooperation in Asia and Europe to counter the US' attempts to exert dominance on these regions.

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HSBC Is Considering Selling Some Business Units in Germany to Focus on Asia as It Further Exits From Europe

HSBC is reportedly considering selling various business units in Germany.

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Europe Makes History As The First To Regulate AI, Affecting Platforms Like ChatGPT And Deepfakes

Europe sets a historic precedent by enacting the world's first comprehensive artificial intelligence law, aiming to regulate high-risk AI applications with enforcement measures, including fines of up to 7 percent of annual global profits for non-compliance.

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Auto Industry Reassesses Strategies Amid Declining EV Hype

Interest in electric vehicles is falling due to several factors, including a lack of charging infrastructure, increasing costs of raw materials, and financing rates.

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EU Exploring Potential Transition of Weapons Industry to ‘War Economy Mode'

The European Commission will propose strengthening the EU's armaments industry and entering "war economy mode" in light of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

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Google Sued by Axel Springer, 31 Other Media Groups in Europe for $2.3 Billion Over Digital Ad Practices

Google is facing a 2.1 billion euros ($2.3 billion) lawsuit filed by 32 media organizations in Europe, including Axel Springer and Schibsted, over alleged financial losses due to the company's digital advertising practices.

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European Industries Threatened By Imports Of Cheap EVs

Renault CEO Luca de Meo urges European industrial nations to counter the threat of cheap foreign electric vehicles, highlighting Europe's passive stance in contrast to US subsidies and Chinese industrial strategies.

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Waterloo's Final Day As Eurostar Terminal

New EU Biometric Border Checks Prompt Eurostar to Issue Warning About Passenger Caps

According to the station owner HS1, Eurostar may have to limit St. Pancras departures due to biometric border procedures later this year.

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Markets Stabilise After Turbulence Last Week

European Stock Markets See Uneven Performance After 2-Year Peak

The European index rose 3.1% last week to its highest level since January 2022.

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EU to Delay Tariffs on UK Electric Vehicles for 3 Years, Offers €3 Billion to Boost Battery Manufacturing

EU to Delay Tariffs on UK Electric Vehicles for 3 Years, Offers €3 Billion to Boost Battery Manufacturing

The European Commission has proposed a three-year delay in implementing tariffs on electric vehicles (EVs) traded between the United Kingdom (UK) and the European Union (EU).

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