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Musk reaches settlement with US regulators

Musk reaches settlement with US regulators and steps down as Tesla chairman. Read On EuroNews

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Italy in clash with European Commission over 2019 budget

Italy’s new government proposed a 2019 budget with a deficit three times larger than the previous administration’s target, setting up a clash with the European…

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U.S. Secretary of State warns North Korea of increasing isolation

The U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says in North Korea strays from the path of diplomacy and denuclearisation it will find itself increasingly isolated…

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World Trade Organisation cuts its forecasts

The WTO has cut its forecasts for world trade for this year and next year but says the effect of Donald Trumps actions against China…

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Italy: internal battle over fiscal policy

Italy’s new government struggled to contain a fierce internal battle over fiscal policy on Thursday, hours before it was due to unveil its 2019 budget…

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Two hundred billion euros flowed through the Estonian branch of Danske bank

A money laundering investigation by regulators and the financial community will scrutinise the report made by the Danske Bank Read On EuroNews

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Spanish court rules former Ryanair pilot was employee not contractor

Spanish court rules former Ryanair pilot was employee not contractor Read On EuroNews

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China hits back at Trump with tariffs on 51 billion euros worth of American goods

China has hits back as the trade war between the world’s two largest economies escalates. Beijing will levy tariffs on about 51 billion euros worth…

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Brexit: Dire consequences if there’s no deal

IMF Managing Director, Christine Lagarde says life will be more difficult for the UK with any deal to leave the EU Read On EuroNews

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US prepares to impose a new round of trade tariffs on China

President Trump has reportedly said the US should move forward with the next round of tariffs on Chinese imports to the value of about €170…

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European Central Bank keeps policy unchanged

The European Central Bank has kept the policy unchanged as expected on Thursday, staying on track to end bond purchases this year and raise interest…

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Ten years on from the financial crisis

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Digital finance and artificial intelligence at the ITU Telecom World 2018

Innovation and technology take centre stage in Durban event Read On EuroNews

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Ryanair threatens job cuts if German pilots go on strike

Ryanair threatened that it might slash operations and jobs at some of its German bases if pilots go ahead with Wednesday’s planned strike in the…

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China urges Russia to work to oppose protectionism

At the Eastern Economic Forum China calls on Russia to work together to oppose protectionism Read On EuroNews

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How one Polish company is proving disability is no handicap when it comes to working

For those bedridden or paralysed the jobs market appears to be closed. One Polish entrepreneur is turning that notion on its head. Read On EuroNews

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Starbucks enters Italy, but will Italians drink their coffee?

The company calls its Milan cafe "the most beautiful Starbucks in the world". Read On EuroNews

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NAFTA talks scheduled to resume as Trump threatens to exclude Canada

Negotiations between Canada and the United States for a renewed North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) are scheduled to resume this week, but US President…

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