EUROPEAN ECONOMY

EUROPEAN Union leaders made little headway as discussions on a new budget plan began on Friday that would allow the bloc to spend up to 1.1 trillion euros (S$1.7 trillion) in the 2021-27 period....

EUROPEAN ECONOMY

THE United States imposed tariffs on a record US$7.5 billion worth of European Union goods on Friday, despite threats of retaliation. Airbus, French wine and Scotch whisky were among the high-...

[BRUSSELS] After managing a united front over Brexit, divisions between European Union leaders were laid bare Friday when they discussed how to plug the budget shortfall left by the UK's intended...

[Brussels] European Union leaders endorsed a hard-fought Brexit deal with Britain on Thursday, but Prime Minister Boris Johnson faces an uphill battle getting it through the British parliament....

[BRUSSELS] The European Union's Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier told the bloc's executive arm on Wednesday that "a number of significant issues" remained unresolved in last-ditch talks with...

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FROM the pinnacle of the City of London's largest skyscraper, Stuart Lipton is wagering a US$1.2 billion bet that the British capital remains a master of the international financial universe no...

THIS week's European Union (EU) summit could be one of the most important for the Brussels-based club. For on the agenda is not just Brexit, but also the future of the EU well into the 2020s, from...

[BRUSSELS] The EU's top trade official on Monday said Europe would fight until the very last moment to dissuade the United States from imposing tariffs in retaliation for illegal EU subsidies to...

[LUXEMBOURG] The European Union is considering tighter rules to counter the flow of dirty money into the region's banks and other economic sectors, EU officials said on Thursday.

[BRUSSELS] More than 4 billion euros (S$6.06 billion) of European Union funds were misspent last year, EU auditors estimated in a report released on Tuesday, which highlighted poor checks in...