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The EU needs a stability and wellbeing pact

For the past seven decades, GDP growth has stood as the primary economic objective of European nations. But as…

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Term extended for Bank of England governer

Term extended for Bank of England governer

Chancellor Philip Hammond said,”I’m delighted that the Governor has agreed to stay in his role for a further seven…

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Maturing Big Weed of Canada hits up Europe with hopes for expansion cash

The Canadian cannabis firms are trying to bolster their institutional base by increasing efforts to lure European funds when…

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Crews of striking Ryanair ground flights in GermanyCrews of striking Ryanair ground flights in Germany

Crews of striking Ryanair ground flights in Germany

A full-day walk out was staged by pilots and cabin crew at Ryanair in Germany and they also threatened…

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A decade after Lehman Brothers, Europe remains on economic crutches

A decade after Lehman Brothers, Europe remains on economic crutches

Ten years after the collapse of Lehman Brothers and the onset of the global financial crisis, much of the…

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Hard Brexit preparations for Cadbury owner Mondelez, stockpiles products

Hard Brexit preparations for Cadbury owner Mondelez, stockpiles products

A Mondelez spokesperson said, “Like all businesses we’re monitoring the political decision-making process and preparing for a number of…

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Whistleblower of HSBC defends tax leak as he fights extradition

Whistleblower of HSBC defends tax leak as he fights extradition

The High Court of Spain is considering the second extradition request from Switzerland against Herve Falciani. He is a…

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World Economic Forum on ASEAN to start in Vietnam

The theme for the World Economic Forum on ASEAN is ‘ASEAN 4.0: Entrepreneurship and the Fourth Industrial Revolution’ has…

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European stocks close lower amid trade concerns

European stocks close lower amid trade concerns

The pan-European Stoxx 600 extended losses to hit a session low, closing provisionally down 0.59 percent. Basic resources stocks…

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World shares driven toward worst week since March

World shares driven toward worst week since March

World shares limped toward their worst week in almost six months on Friday, with Asia carving out a 14-month…

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