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EU is vowing to fight against economic coercion. How far will it go?
"We will not accept intimidation tactics," said Valdis Dombrovskis, the European Commission's Vice President.
EU and US vow to boost microchip supplies and promote trustworthy AI
The EU and the US kicked off its joint Trade and Technology Council but failed to tackle controversial issues such as data transfers and the Trump-era tariffs on steel and aluminium.
Cheesed off: Brexit blues wipe out UK cheesemaker's European business
One Derbyshire cheesemaker says it has fallen victim to the extra paperwork, costs and confusion that have hit many a British exporter to the continent since the UK left the EU.
Brexit harvest: 5 self-sown problems on Boris Johnson's autumn plate
The UK faces new border constraints as it struggles with supply shortages, the fruit of the government's rejection of EU rules and overseas labour.
Deadlock as London rejects EU's proposals on Northern Ireland trade
Talks between London and Brussels entered another impasse on Monday after the UK refused the EU's proposals to solve post-Brexit trade disputes over Northern Ireland.
US-EU need to write the rules for new technologies 'before China'
"China doesn't share our values," said Raimondo. "So we, together with Europe, need to write the rules of the road."
Switzerland pulls out of negotiations to redefine relationship with EU
The Swiss Federal Council concluded on Wednesday that there remain "substantial differences between Switzerland and the EU on key aspects of the agreement", such as wage protection and state aid, and "the conditions are thus not met for the signing".
100 days on, what impact has Brexit had on UK-EU trade?
100 days after post-Brexit rules kicked in, trade bodies foresee long-term supply problems while some smaller UK businesses have been shut out of EU markets altogether.
Brussels prioritises WTO reform in newly announced trade plans
The European Commission laid out its trade priorities for the next few years on Thursday, which include reforming the World Trade Organization.
Post-Brexit trade: Is red tape chaos really just 'teething trouble'?
A month after the UK left the EU's Single Market and Customs Union, importers and exporters say the new rules have brought a nightmare of red tape and extra costs.
EU-US relations under Biden 'won't be the same as before Trump'
"There will be no nostalgia," said EU trade chief Sabine Weyland. "We are not going to go back to the global order of previous days."
Growers in Belgium all hoping Brexit talks will bear fruit
Belgium's fruit sector is worried about Brexit deal or no deal. Fruit exports make up over 5 per cent of the country's agricultural output. They say the main problem is uncertainty.
Northern Ireland traders in the dark over post-Brexit GB trade
Northern Ireland retailers say they're not ready for new trading arrangements with Britain from January 1 as they've not been given the technical information needed.
Brexit deal looking 'very tricky', UK PM says ahead of Brussels talks
The British leader told reporters on Tuesday he remains "optimistic" a deal can be secured but warned that "it's looking very, very difficult at the moment."
Will last gasp Brexit negotiations bear fruit this weekend?
A source close to the talks has told Euronews that it comes down to UK PM Boris Johnson now.
EU-UK trade deal talks to resume after London has a change of heart
"Clearly, significant differences remain between our positions on the most difficult subjects but we are ready with the EU, to see if it is possible to bring them closer during intensive discussions," said a spokesman for Johnson.
EU-UK trade deal talks continue despite London's pessimism
The EU and the UK will resume discussions on a post-Brexit trade deal today despite London threatening to walk away from the talks.
Johnson: Brexit trade talks 'finished' unless EU changes approach
The UK prime minister said the EU seemed to be unable to offer the country the preferred Canada-style trade deal post-Brexit.
The EU can set the pace worldwide with a forward-thinking digital trade strategy ǀ View
With a forward-thinking digital trade strategy, the EU could make a huge impact globally on privacy, COVID-19 recovery efforts and much more.
Brexit trade talks: How badly do Europe's exporters need a deal?
Many major European exporters to Britain have sounded cries of alarm on the urgent need for a new post-Brexit free trade agreement.
How Hogan's resignation presents Von der Leyen with a fresh headache
Hogan quit on Wednesday after becoming embroiled in controversy over whether he flouted COVID-19 restrictions on a recent trip home to Ireland.
Golfgate: Commission requests 'further clarifications' from Hogan
The EU Commissioner for Trade was forced to apologise at the weekend for breaking Ireland’s coronavirus rules, one of 80 guests at a golf dinner attended by other Irish politicians - some of whom have since resigned.
Brexit: COVID-19 leaves UK companies even less prepared, report warns
"The coronavirus crisis has made a difficult task much harder," the report from the Institute for Government states.
'Let's get going': UK steps up preparations for when Brexit kicks in
The UK government will delay tariffs and customs declarations on standard goods for six months in 2021 after the end of the post-Brexit transition period.
Watch again: EU and China seek to ease tensions at summit
Chinese leaders and EU officials are seeking to cool tensions at a video summit on Monday, which will address new tariffs targeting Chinese firms, Beijing’s increasing control over Hong Kong, and the fallout from the coronavirus crisis.
UK going its own way on trade is a non-starter, says EU minister
Irish foreign minister reacts to Sajid Javid's recent comments about the UK not being "rule takers".