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Finance As output growth in the Euro area hits its highest point in over five years, political uncertainty casts a shadow over prospects of continued momentum

Eurozone momentum ends 2016 on a five-year high, though danger still lurks

As output growth in the Euro area hits its highest point in over five years, political uncertainty casts a shadow over prospects of continued momentum

By: Kim Darrah
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Business & Management The European Union and Canada have signed the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement, ending weeks of uncertainty

EU and Canada finally sign CETA free-trade agreement

The European Union and Canada have signed the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement, ending weeks of uncertainty

By: Emily Cashen
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Business & Management Growth expected to reach 3.5 percent over the next year would make Ireland the EU’s fastest-growing economy

Ireland becomes EU’s fastest-growing economy

Growth expected to reach 3.5 percent over the next year would make Ireland the EU’s fastest-growing economy

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Finance The European Union has agreed to cap fees retailers’ pay to process debit and credit card payments across all 28 member states

EU backs deal to cap card payment fees

The European Union has agreed to cap fees retailers’ pay to process debit and credit card payments across all 28 member states

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Finance The grim reality in Ukraine compares poorly with its neighbour Poland, writes Erik Berglöf, Chief Economist at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development

EU membership could tame Ukraine

The grim reality in Ukraine compares poorly with its neighbour Poland, writes Erik Berglöf, Chief Economist at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development

By: Erik Berglöf, Chief Economist at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
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Finance After months of deliberation, an initial deal has been reached to limit charges paid by retailers

EU caps debit and credit card transaction fees

After months of deliberation, an initial deal has been reached to limit charges paid by retailers

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Finance The EU has imposed a fresh round of sanctions against Russia as it continues in the battle to ease the Ukraine crisis, and the US is set to follow suit

EU and US enforcing further sanctions against Russia

The EU has imposed a fresh round of sanctions against Russia as it continues in the battle to ease the Ukraine crisis, and the US is set to follow suit

By: Laura French
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Finance After 16-hours of negotiations the EU has agreed on a deal that will pool responsibility for failing banks and shield taxpayers from bailouts

EU members reach provisional deal on banking union

After 16-hours of negotiations the EU has agreed on a deal that will pool responsibility for failing banks and shield taxpayers from bailouts

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Business & Management Strict renewable energy targets are set to be dropped by the EU - in a move that has angered green campaigners

EU to drop renewable energy targets

Strict renewable energy targets are set to be dropped by the EU – in a move that has angered green campaigners

Business & Management After weeks of talks between China and the EU the two manage to agree on a deal to regulate Chinese solar panel imports, signalling a victory for both sides

EU-China end dispute and broker solar deal

After weeks of talks between China and the EU the two manage to agree on a deal to regulate Chinese solar panel imports, signalling a victory for both sides

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Business & Management Despite the eurozone crisis, there are still plenty of commercial property developments emerging in Eastern Europe. TriGranit is leading the way and pushing forward with ambitious projects

TriGranit and Eastern Europe’s property potential

Despite the eurozone crisis, there are still plenty of commercial property developments emerging in Eastern Europe. TriGranit is leading the way and pushing forward with ambitious projects

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Business & Management The EU has told the WTO that Russia has been illegally protecting domestic car manufacturers through the introduction of a recycling fee levied on imported cars

EU reports Russia to WTO over protectionism

The EU has told the WTO that Russia has been illegally protecting domestic car manufacturers through the introduction of a recycling fee levied on imported cars

By: Aaran Fronda
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Finance Political instability in Portugal has finally hit financial markets, as the country’s benchmark bond yield skyrockets to over eight percent

Portuguese bonds skyrocket

Political instability in Portugal has finally hit financial markets, as the country’s benchmark bond yield skyrockets to over eight percent

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Featured On July 1, Croatia became the 28th state to join the European Union. With unemployment and economic instability strangling the country, it’s no wonder very few Croatians turned out to celebrate

Croatia joins the party

On July 1, Croatia became the 28th state to join the European Union. With unemployment and economic instability strangling the country, it’s no wonder very few Croatians turned out to celebrate

By: Nash Riggins
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Featured Immigrant workers  are expected to migrate en masse next year to escape poor living conditions that still plague parts of Romania and Bulgaria. But how can the benefits for business in the eurozone actually outweigh the burdens?

The migration myth

Immigrant workers are expected to migrate en masse next year to escape poor living conditions that still plague parts of Romania and Bulgaria. But how can the benefits for business in the eurozone actually outweigh the burdens?

By: Claire Vanner
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