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EU and China open talks over electric car tariffs

EU and China trade chiefs held "candid and constructive" talks on Saturday over plans from Brussels to ramp up tariffs on Chinese electric cars, and the two sides will hold further consultations, the EU said

Europe must fight the far-right surge

Far-right populist parties performed exceptionally well in the European Parliament elections, finishing first in France, Italy, and three other countries.

EU seeks roadblocks for Chinese EVs without sparking trade war

The EU faces a delicate balancing act as it prepares to rev up taxes on Chinese electric cars to protect European industry, while steering clear of a US-style showdown with Beijing that could spark a trade war

Analysis / Europe's auto suppliers reach the end of the road

Facing the double shock of the end of combustion engines and rising competition from China, European suppliers like Bosch, ZF and Webasto have all announced cuts, casting a shadow on the forthcoming EU elections

EU supply chain law is both a threat and an opportunity

How will it impact Bangladesh’s garment manufacturers?

EU toughens safety rules for online retailer Shein

The company joins Facebook, TikTok, X, YouTube and others on a list of "very large online platforms" which have more than 45 million monthly active users in the European Union

Apple faces 'strong action' if App Store changes fall short, EU's Breton says

Apple is facing heat from European Union regulations in case it's app store changes are inadequate

Analysis / What does Red Sea disruption mean for Europe's economy?

While Red Sea trade disruptions has so far had negligible effect, it might change soon

Analysis / EU tech rules will create clicks, not competition

Alphabet, Meta Platforms , Apple , Amazon.com , ByteDance and Microsoft are the first targets of the Digital Markets Act, a 2022 law

June 23, 2024
June 23, 2024

EU and China open talks over electric car tariffs

EU and China trade chiefs held "candid and constructive" talks on Saturday over plans from Brussels to ramp up tariffs on Chinese electric cars, and the two sides will hold further consultations, the EU said

June 13, 2024
June 13, 2024

Europe must fight the far-right surge

Far-right populist parties performed exceptionally well in the European Parliament elections, finishing first in France, Italy, and three other countries.

May 30, 2024
May 30, 2024

EU seeks roadblocks for Chinese EVs without sparking trade war

The EU faces a delicate balancing act as it prepares to rev up taxes on Chinese electric cars to protect European industry, while steering clear of a US-style showdown with Beijing that could spark a trade war

May 6, 2024
May 6, 2024

Europe's auto suppliers reach the end of the road

Facing the double shock of the end of combustion engines and rising competition from China, European suppliers like Bosch, ZF and Webasto have all announced cuts, casting a shadow on the forthcoming EU elections

May 5, 2024
May 5, 2024

EU supply chain law is both a threat and an opportunity

How will it impact Bangladesh’s garment manufacturers?

April 27, 2024
April 27, 2024

EU toughens safety rules for online retailer Shein

The company joins Facebook, TikTok, X, YouTube and others on a list of "very large online platforms" which have more than 45 million monthly active users in the European Union

January 27, 2024
January 27, 2024

Apple faces 'strong action' if App Store changes fall short, EU's Breton says

Apple is facing heat from European Union regulations in case it's app store changes are inadequate

January 20, 2024
January 20, 2024

What does Red Sea disruption mean for Europe's economy?

While Red Sea trade disruptions has so far had negligible effect, it might change soon

December 28, 2023
December 28, 2023

EU tech rules will create clicks, not competition

Alphabet, Meta Platforms , Apple , Amazon.com , ByteDance and Microsoft are the first targets of the Digital Markets Act, a 2022 law

February 13, 2023
February 13, 2023

EU 'deeply concerned' by political violence in Bangladesh

European Union in Bangladesh issued the statement on Twitter last night

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