German Chancellor Angela Merkel and US President Barack Obama said on Saturday they favoured sealing a US-European free trade agreement as it would fuel growth on both sides of the Atlantic.
Merkel is expected to discuss the Trans
US President Barack Obama made an impassioned appeal on Friday for Britain to remain in the European Union, saying membership had magnified Britain's place in the world and made the bloc stronger and more outward looking.
The European Union's executive said on Wednesday it will propose on May 4 granting Turks visa-free travel to the bloc from late June -- if Ankara meets the remaining conditions.
A first European Commission report on implementa
European Union countries should consider taking tougher measures against banks and tax advisers who help their clients to hide money offshore, an EU Commission paper says.
The document will be discussed at a meeting of EU finance
Dubai WoodShow 2016, the Middle East’s Leading platform for wood and woodworking machinery, organised a networking event at The Armani hotel in Dubai.
The awards were presented by Dawood Al Shezawi, the chief executive of St
The European Union executive is considering whether to make U.S. and Canadian citizens apply for visas before travelling to the bloc in a move that could raise tensions as Brussels negotiates a free trade pact with Washington.
Investcorp, a leading provider and manager of alternative investment products, has appointed Neil Hasson as the group's new managing director to spearhead its European real estate investment initiative.
Hasson joins as the fir
Sterling headed towards its biggest loss in almost six years against the dollar on Monday, hit by a rise in the odds on a "Brexit" after a handful of senior ruling Conservatives joined the campaign to leave the European Union.
The head of Qatar Airways on Wednesday cast doubt on proposed European Union air traffic agreements that might limit Gulf carriers from flying to European destinations because of what some see as unfair subsidies.
Qatar Airways ch
EU antitrust regulators rejected on Friday a request by Britain's competition authority to examine Hutchison Whampoa's 10.3-billion-pound ($15.5 billion) bid for British mobile unit O2, saying an EU review would ensure uniform rules.