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  • BRIC wants more influence

    The leaders of world’s biggest developing economies – Brazil, Russia, India and China – the so… 16/06/09 19:37 CET

  • Koenigsegg buying Saab

    A consortium headed by Sweden’s Koenigsegg has struck a deal to buy loss-making Saab from General… 16/06/09 19:25 CET

  • Euro zone inflation stagnates

    Much lower oil costs meant euro zone inflation stagnated for the first time ever in May. The… 16/06/09 19:25 CET


  • Barroso’s job prospects

    This week’s EU summit will see what sort of endorsement Jose Manuel Barroso gets in his bid for a… 16/06/09 19:55 CET

  • New MEPs prepare for action

    The MEPs have been arriving for registration in Brussels, the re-elected and newly-elected — a new… 16/06/09 19:37 CET


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  • Tuesday 16th June

    European shares finished flat. Among the influences was the latest survey from the ZEW economic… 16/06/09 21:15 CET

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  • Blue card

    The recently approved European blue card is for highly qualified workers interested in immigrating… 16/06/09 08:27 CET

  • Green jobs vs unemployment

    The European Union says a low-carbon economy will create millions of new jobs. The Spanish region… 16/06/09 08:27 CET

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