Acrimonious European Union talks over an unprecedented $2.1 trillion (1.85 trillion euro) EU budget and coronavirus recovery fund entered a third day on Sunday.
As part of Ministry of Finance’s commitment to strengthening the UAE’s relations with various countries of the world, and regional and international financial institutions and organisations, Mohamed Hadi Al Hussaini, Minister of State for Financial
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Sunday his government would iron out what he described “technical issues” with the European Union over post-Brexit trade.
World shares picked up Wednesday on positive economic data in Europe and as investors looked to a second day of testimony by Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell for his outlook on economic stimulus.
Trade between the United Kingdom and the European Union was hammered in the first month of their new post-Brexit relationship, with record falls in British exports and imports of goods as COVID-19 restrictions continued on both sides.
The European Union regretted a new wave of US tariffs on French and German products that came into force on Tuesday and said it would seek a trade truce with the incoming Biden administration. The tariffs are yet another chapter in a 16-year spat over subsidies
European Union leaders meet in Brussels on Tuesday for the third straight day of talks aimed at defusing fresh power struggles in a bid to fill the bloc’s top jobs. The 28 EU leaders who will meet from 11am (0900 GMT)
Judges who have opposed the “political hijacking” of Poland’s judiciary are suffering unfair discrimination, human rights group Amnesty International said on Thursday, adding to European Union
Gibraltar’s police and coastguard, aided by British Royal Marines, detained a supertanker on Thursday suspecting of carrying crude oil to Syria in violation of sanctions, the territory’s Chief Minister Fabian Picardo said.