France ups the ante by increasing penalty tax on carbon emissions by cars

France ups the ante by increasing penalty tax on carbon emissions by cars

By Anna Domanska - Oct 10, 2020

France introduces a new carbon emission tax plan that will make buyers of gas-guzzlers like Porsche and Ferrari to reconsider their purchasing decision.

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JPMorgan Chase to Shift $200 billion Assets out of UK

JPMorgan Chase to Shift $200 billion Assets out of UK

By Christy Gren - Sep 24, 2020

Banks and financial institutions are moving out of London as no trade deals seems to be on the horizon for Britain after exiting the EU

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Google, Facebook to face hefty fines over failure to comply with new EU law

Google, Facebook to face hefty fines over failure to comply with new EU law

By Anna Domanska - Sep 12, 2018

Google, Twitter and Facebook have taken monumental steps to remove extremist content from their platforms. To hedge their bets, the European Commission is set to propose a tough la

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Small Business Taskforce for Easier Entrepreneurship in Post-Brexit UK

Small Business Taskforce for Easier Entrepreneurship in Post-Brexit UK

By Carrie Ann - Oct 17, 2016

Britain’s decision to leave the European Union came as a shock to a majority of the British entrepreneurs. The business houses detest political uncertainty. Many of the CEOs of

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Eurozone Debt Crisis Worries Mount amid Fresh Fears of Greece Default

Eurozone Debt Crisis Worries Mount amid Fresh Fears of Greece Default

By Jay Raol - Sep 12, 2011

When the European Union and the International Monetary Fund agreed in July to provide a second bailout for Greece, this debt-ridden Euro nation, as well as the rest of the Eurozon

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EU Funded Project MyCopter set to Decongest Cities with Flying Cars

EU Funded Project MyCopter set to Decongest Cities with Flying Cars

By Richard Meryn - Jul 09, 2011

European Cities like Copenhagen have, in the past, been pioneers of green transportation initiatives like wide-scale pedestrianisation and “bike-to-work”. The world has now beg

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EU fails to arrive at decision on bail-out to avert Greek Bankruptcy

EU fails to arrive at decision on bail-out to avert Greek Bankruptcy

By Tom Parker - Jun 20, 2011

“Convince Us First” Say European Governments Finance Ministers Seven arduous hours of talks in Luxembourg resulted in a worrisome situation, with finance ministers of European

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What will IMF chief Strauss-Kahn's arrest mean for Eurozone aid?

What will IMF chief Strauss-Kahn's arrest mean for Eurozone aid?

By Jay Raol - May 16, 2011

The arrest on Saturday of IMF chief, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, has sparked off intense speculation as to how much this incident will affect the scale and generosity of the bail-out p

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Euro, European Markets fall on fears of Greece Ditching the Euro

Euro, European Markets fall on fears of Greece Ditching the Euro

By Tom Parker - May 10, 2011

The Euro and European Markets dropped to new lows amid fresh concerns over Greece’s persistent debt issues, related worries regarding an impending financial recession and specula

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