London Economy Going Down the Slide Post Brexit

London Economy Going Down the Slide Post Brexit

By Carrie Ann - Jul 18, 2017

When the country of UK decided to become independent from the European Union, there was a lot of hue and cry around this...

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EU Japan Trade Deal to Promote Hassle Free Product Exchange

EU Japan Trade Deal to Promote Hassle Free Product Exchange

By Carrie Ann - Jul 06, 2017

2017 has witnessed a number of political changes in various countries of the world. These changes are political in natur...

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Brexit Vote drives UK CEOs to relocate abroad

Brexit Vote drives UK CEOs to relocate abroad

By Carrie Ann - Sep 26, 2016

A majority of the CEOs of companies functioning in the UK are planning to move their headquarters abroad. This is in dir...

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EU Regulators Announce Additional Antitrust Charges Against Google

EU Regulators Announce Additional Antitrust Charges Against Google

By Christy Gren - Jul 15, 2016

The European Union on Thursday filed new antitrust charges against Google claiming that the tech giant has abused its ma...

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European Court of Justice Rules U.S.-EU Data Transfer Deal is Invalid

European Court of Justice Rules U.S.-EU Data Transfer Deal is Invalid

By Anna Domanska - Oct 06, 2015

The widely used international agreement for transferring data from the European Union to the United States by thousands ...

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EU Commissioner says it’s time to curb fiscal austerity

EU Commissioner says it’s time to curb fiscal austerity

By Jay Raol - Apr 23, 2013

While speaking on fiscal policies in Brussels, the European Commission President, Jose Manuel Barroso, admitted that the...

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EU Leaders Step Closer To Cutting Costs

EU Leaders Step Closer To Cutting Costs

By Jay Raol - Feb 08, 2013

European Union leaders are on the edge of agreeing to the terms of cutting costs after David Cameron proposed cuts by ap...

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Microsoft to face Penalty over Ruling Breach from European Union

Microsoft to face Penalty over Ruling Breach from European Union

By Christy Gren - Sep 29, 2012

According to the antitrust chief of the European Union, charges are going to be levied against Microsoft Corp. for failu...

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UK’s longest double-dip recession since the war

UK’s longest double-dip recession since the war

By Richard Meryn - Aug 30, 2012

Today’s official figures confirmed the UK’s longest double-dip recession since the Second World War. United Kingdom ...

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