The European Union and Egypt have signed a €129 million ($142.3 million) package of financial assistance to support socio-economic development in Egypt.
The agreement was signed by Johannes Hahn, commissioner for European Nei
The "Brexit cruise" didn't get very far. EU leaders drifted down the Danube for an hour, said little about Britain over a leisurely shipboard lunch, then circled back to Bratislava to resume Friday's summit.
The president of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, sought on Wednesday to rally support for the European Union (EU), saying the bloc battered by the UK Brexit referendum was not about to break up despite its existential crisis.
Britain's interior minister Amber Rudd said on Sunday she was looking at a work permits system to control migration from the European Union, responding to Brexit voters' demand for tighter border controls.
The European Commission has found that Volkswagen broke consumer laws in 20 European Union (EU) countries by cheating on emissions tests, German daily Die Welt reported, citing Commission sources.
Among them are the Consumer Sales
The European Union should grant Turks visa-free travel in October or the migrant deal that involves Turkey stemming the flow of illegal migrants to the bloc should be put aside, Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu told a German newspaper.
EU antitrust regulators have opened a full investigation into Dow Chemical and DuPont’s proposed $130 billion merger, saying the deal may reduce competition in crop protection, seeds and some petrochemicals.
The European Com
China's Commerce Ministry said on Thursday it "regrets" the European Commission's decision to put anti-dumping duties on Chinese cold-rolled steel plates, the latest spat between the trade partners battling a global steel glut.
Outgoing Prime Minister David Cameron urged his successor Theresa May on Wednesday to keep Britain close to the European Union, even as she embarks on the monumental task of ending four decades of membership.
Cameron is stepping d
Low taxes, low regulation and skilled labour will ensure the UK retains its position as an attractive business and financial centre in a post-Brexit world, according to a London Business School expert.
Alex Edmans, professor of Fi