Kosovo, Serbian business ties withstand political dispute

Apr 18, 2018

Despite simmering diplomatic tensions between Serbia and Kosovo, business ties seem to be growing, with companies from both sides flocking to strike deals at a regional trade fair.

Eni investing 7 billion euros in Italy over 4 years

Apr 18, 2018

Eni CEO Claudio Descalzi says that the oil giant will invest 7 billion euros ($8.6 billion) in activities in its home country of Italy over the next four years

EU says US tariffs are 'distorting' global trade flows

Apr 18, 2018

The EU's trade chief says that new U.S. steel and aluminum tariffs are distorting global trade and could hurt economic growth.

Suspect in Iceland's 'Big Bitcoin Heist' escapes prison

Apr 17, 2018

A prisoner in Iceland suspected of masterminding the theft of about 600 computers used to mine bitcoin has managed to escape custody and flee the remote North Atlantic nation on a passenger plane

Iceland company to resume commercial hunting of fin whales

Apr 17, 2018

A whaling company in Iceland says it is preparing its fleet to bring commercial hunting of fin whales back to the Nordic island nation after a two-year freeze

Hungary: Pro-govt weekly prints list of 'Soros mercenaries'

Apr 12, 2018

A Hungarian magazine has published the names of more than 200 people it claims likely were part of a group that Prime Minister Viktor Orban called "mercenaries" allegedly paid by U.S.-Hungarian billionaire George Soros to topple the government

Cyprus leaders' meeting aims to restart peace talks

Apr 12, 2018

The chief negotiator for ethnically split Cyprus' Greek Cypriots says next week's meeting between the rival Greek and Turkish Cypriot leaders aims to pave the way for a full resumption of moribund reunification talks

Top EU legal adviser: Keep ban on smokeless snus tobacco

Apr 12, 2018

A top EU legal adviser to the European Union's top court urges that a ban on tobacco for oral use is maintained after smokeless tobacco maker Swedish Match had attempted to overturn

EU Brexit negotiator: No Irish border breakthrough for weeks

Apr 12, 2018

European Union Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier says it is unlikely to expect any breakthrough in the negotiations between the EU and Britain on the thorny issue of the Irish border in the coming weeks

EU seeks to protect farmers from unfair trade practices

Apr 12, 2018

The European Union executive is seeking to protect farmers from unfair trade practices imposed by some supermarket chains and major retailers with a plan to impose fines

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