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Exports of watches from Switzerland slipped in December from the previous month though the annual rate of decline continued to slow.
China has launched a complaint with the World Trade Organisation against the European Union.
Beijing says Brussels had violated WTO rules by
As expected, the European Central Bank kept interest rates at a record low of one percent at its latest policy meeting and again said the euro zone’s
The latest flare-up in relations between Washington and Beijing comes against a backdrop of disagreements over Internet freedoms in China that after
It has been claimed that a group of Americans being held in Haiti on suspicion of illegally trying to take children out of the country were given
It is reported the doctor who was present when Michael Jackson died is negotiating his surrender to authorities.
A lawyer has confirmed he is
The first of a series of new strikes against austerity measures in Greece.
Tax officials have walked off the job, just a day after the European
China has strongly defended its economic policy after President Obama threatened to get tough on trade and exchange rates.
In a sign of increasing
British MPs have been ordered to repay the equivalent of one and a quarter million euros in allowances after a review prompted by last year“s
On the streets of Davos euronews sought opinions and views on the significance of the World Economic Forum, held in that Alpine resort at the end of
Iceland’s relations with the European Union have been under the hotlamp in Brussels, complicated by 3.8 billion euros in British and Dutch savings
Pascal Lamy, director general of the World Trade Organisation pointed out at Davos that world economy is improving thanks to emerging
“I think that politicians have got to be aware of talking about turning points for other people’s countries. I think that everybody accepts that 2010
The European Comission and the OECD insisted in Davos that there will not be any bailout for the Greek economy because there is no risk it will
On a special Ukraine elections event in Davos, Carl Bildt, Foreign Minister of Sweden expresses to euronews’ reporter Constantino de Miguel his views
Preparations are underway for the 60th anniversary of the Berlin Film Festival.
There are nearly 400 films on show for the jubilee edition – 20 of
Just days before a run-off presidential vote in Ukraine, political tension is boiling over.
Former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko is threatening
The beautiful holiday destination of French Polynesia is on red alert today as a powerful cyclone bears down on the islands.
Heavy rains and high
It is considered to be one of the most beautiful cars ever built by Ferrari. One particular vehicle could also become the most expensive. The 250
China has hit back at the US after President Obama vowed to get tough with Beijing on trade and the exchange rate, adding to tension between the two
The US and Haitian governments are holding talks on the fate of 10 Americans accused of trying to smuggle children out of the quake-hit country
As people in quake-devastated Haiti continue to scramble for food and water, the government has confirmed that more than 200,000 people were killed
Local authorities in French Polynesia have begun evacuating areas most exposed to cyclone Oli, which has been buffeting the region with waves up to
Toyota says its largest ever safety recall is likely to cost the equivalent of about 1.5 billion euros. More than eight million vehicles could be
Washington has stepped up its pressure on Japanese car maker Toyota. It is calling on it to urgently address a range of safety issues as the company
Switzerland is seeking a diplomatic solution to a row with Germany over tax evasion.
Berlin’s readiness to pay for stolen Swiss bank data belonging