The US presidential candidates have focused on jobs and trade - particularly the TTIP agreement, between Europe and the US.
Paul Magnette leads the regional government in Wallonia, the French-speaking region of Belgium, where the parliament has refused to provide its backing for the federal government’s move to approve the
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney has warned inflation will rise with the falling value of the pound pushing up prices.
Hopes and fears over CETA, May continues her European tour but there is trouble back home and a worldwide protest about Ukraine makes its mark in Europe.
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German unemployment was down again in August for the 12th straight month. Retail sales grew month-on-month in July, but declined from a year earlier.
There was an unexpected fall in exports from Germany in May and imports barely rose, further indicators of slowing growth in Europe's largest economy.
The European Commission has unveiled proposals which would make it easier for customers in the EU to buy online from other member countries.
China's February trade numbers were far worse than economists had expected, with exports down by the most in over six years and imports suffering their 16th month of decline.
Officials from the United States and Cuba have signed an agreement to restore passenger flights between the two countries. The signing ceremony in
Today (December 17) marks one year since the United States and Cuba decided to normalise relations. That was nearly two years after Cuban President
US Congressional leaders have agreed to lift the country’s 40-year-old ban on oil exports, a historic action reflecting the impact of a boom in
Moscow says economic sanctions are working, Ankara plays down their impact
A Swedish report on global arms sales ranks defence firms from the United States and Western Europe as dominating the industry. Data published by
Russian sanctions against Turkey could have substantial impact “if they persist over the next year and are fully applied”. So says a report by the
Japan and the European Union are engaged in talks on opening an economic partnership. #EU-#Japan #FTA talks to continue into 2016 despite progress at
Less than a year ago the Russian and Turkish leaders Vladimir Putin and Recep Tayyip Erdogan set aside differences over foreign policy, signing a
It is one of the world’s most precious products, worth more than its weight in gold. Saffron, prized at dinner tables around the world, is a spice
In this episode of Real Economy, Maithreyi Seetharaman visits Strasbourg to look at how partnership and collaboration can breathe a new lease of life
China and Europe should look at holding free trade talks, according to the country’s premier Li Keqiang who is meeting with German Chancellor Angela
Germany has slightly lowered its growth forecast for this year, blaming the economic slowdown in China and other emerging markets. The Economy
Exports not as bad as expected – but imports worse – China’s mixed results have left economists divided over the state of the country’s trade sector
Organisers are hailing a huge success, claiming that 250,000 people marched in Berlin on Saturday to protest against proposed free trade deals
Imports into China fell far more than expected in August, adding to concerns over the effect of the slowdown in the world’s second largest economy
Simpler billing, an end to “over-compliance” and confusion about prohibited products, that’s what the lifting of Western sanctions on Tehran will
China’s second devaluation hit the markets. The Yuan sank to a four-year low. The blue-chip FTSE 100 index was down 1.4 percent by the close