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EU to block US anti-Iran sanctions

The European Union will block the anti-Iran sanctions on its territory imposed by the United States to protect European countries, the European Commission said. "We deeply regret the re-imposition of sanctions by the U.S., due …

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European Commission allocates 5 million euros for TANAP

The European Commission’s Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) allocated around 5 million euros to the Trans Anatolian Natural Gas Pipeline project (TANAP), the TANAP company said. According to the company, the project was one of two …

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Turkey to receive 400 million euro on education from EU

The European Commission has approved a new assistance package worth 400 million euro for the education of Syrian refugees in Turkey, according to the press release of the European Commission. This is the first action adopted following …

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Novak and Sefcovic hold gas talks in Berlin

Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak and Vice President of the European Commission Maros Sefcovic are holding gas talks in Berlin.  Their meeting started at 10:30 local time (11:30 Moscow …

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EU and China announce WTO reform

European Council president Donald Tusk has called for reform of the World Trade Organization, including new rules on industrial subsidies and intellectual property rights, as Europe tries to form a common front with China against …

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EU warns of hit to US over car import tariffs

Washington’s threat to hit car imports with punitive tariffs risks sparking global retaliation against as much as $300 billion of US products, according to the European Commission's written submission to the US Department of Commerce …

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EU to protect its steel industry from US tariffs

The European Union could start measures by mid-July to curb steel imports, which could be surging due to U.S. tariffs, EU Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmstrom said today. The European Commission launched an …

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Brussels hits U.S. imports in response to Trump tariffs

The European Union will begin charging import duties of 25% on a range of U.S. products on June 21, in response to U.S tariffs imposed on EU steel and aluminum, the European Commission said. The Commission formally adopted a law putting …

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EU to hit U.S. imports with duties in early July

The European Union expects to hit U.S. imports with additional duties from July, ratcheting up a transatlantic trade conflict after Washington imposed its own tariffs on incoming EU steel and aluminum. EU members have given broad …

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EU's anti-Russian agreement enters into force

The EU-Armenia Comprehensive and Enhanced Partnership Agreement entered into force today, the European Commission press service said. The agreement covers political, trade and other sectorial issues, from the environment to procurement …

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EU to cut corners on Poland and  Baltic countries

The European Commission plans to shift more than 30 billion euro in EU funding away from central and eastern Europe, the Financial Times reported with reference to draft documents. Draft documents show the commission …

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EU to finance reforms in Georgia

The European Union will allocate € 40 million to Georgia within the framework of the bilateral cooperation with the republic, the Chairman of the European Commission (EC), Jean-Claude Juncker said today at a joint press briefing with …

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