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EU Blacklists North Korea’s Defense Minister, Chinese Firms for First Time in New Sanctions Over Russia's War in Ukraine

EU Blacklists North Korea’s Defense Minister, Chinese Firms for First Time in New Sanctions Over Russia's War in Ukraine

The European Union (EU) has agreed to ban exports to three Chinese companies and blacklist North Korea's Defense Minister in new sanctions for the second anniversary of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

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EU Takes First Step to Use Frozen Assets of Russia to Rebuild Ukraine

EU Takes First Step to Use Frozen Assets of Russia to Rebuild Ukraine

The European Union (EU) has taken a significant step to support Ukraine by adopting a law to allocate windfall profits on frozen Russian central bank assets for rebuilding the war-struck country.

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EU Seals Massive $54 Billion Aid Deal for Ukraine After Hungary Gave In

EU Seals Massive $54 Billion Aid Deal for Ukraine After Hungary Gave In

The leaders of the 27 European Union (EU) countries agreed on Thursday to give Ukraine a new $54 billion aid package after Hungary gave in not to veto the move.

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Here's Why EU's Confiscation of Russian Central Bank Assets Is Highly Unlikely

Here's Why EU's Confiscation of Russian Central Bank Assets Is Highly Unlikely

The European Union (EU) is unlikely to seize the frozen assets of the Russian central bank in Europe, according to senior EU officials.

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Coinbase Eyeing to Expand Crypto Derivatives in EU With MiFID II Licensed Company

Coinbase Eyeing to Expand Crypto Derivatives in EU With MiFID II Licensed Company

US cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase is making strategic moves to introduce crypto-linked derivatives in the European Union (EU) by acquiring a company with a license to do so.

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Joe Biden Extends Suspension of Trump-Era EU Steel, Aluminum Tariffs for 2 Years

Joe Biden Extends Suspension of Trump-Era EU Steel, Aluminum Tariffs for 2 Years

President Joe Biden has extended the suspension of tariffs on European Union (EU) steel and aluminum for two more years.

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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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EU Military Spending Hits Record High of €240 Billion Following Russia's Invasion of Ukraine

EU Military Spending Hits Record High of €240 Billion Following Russia's Invasion of Ukraine

Military spending within the European Union (EU) reached a historic high of €240 billion ($261.8 billion) in 2022, marking a 6% increase from the previous year.

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European Union Funds Military Research

The European Union has started funding military research that will boost the military capabilities of the continent. This move is in response to the growing threat of terrorism and political crises.

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US A Country

The United States has been considered as a coutry but unfortunately the European Union isnt. The countries that makes up the EU is considered like the states that makes up the U.S

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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

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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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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European Leaders Divided Whether To Enter Deals With Trump Or Not

As the new administration in United States assumes office, the European Allies were divided to whether or not they would enter into deals with the recently-elected American President.

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EU Poultry Sectors Prepares Against Avian Flu Threat

Avian Influenza is now again taking toll to the worldwide poultry industry. This time, EU wants to be more than prepared and protected.

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