Germany's defence minister Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer said on Tuesday that it still hadn't ruled out whether to block Huawei from the country's 5G build-out.
Heiko Maas told reporters in Berlin that Huawei was a company dependent on the Chinese state, which meant Huawei was obliged to pass on information to the government there.
Hong Kong official deeply regrets civil servants taking part in protests
It will be the airline group’s third Spanish brand, behind flag-carrier Iberia and low-cost Vueling.
The head of Hungary's central bank has published an op-ed piece in the Financial Times in which he said the euro was a "strategic error."
Two people are in a critical condition after a weekend of clashes between protesters and riot police in Hong Kong.
Saudi Arabia kick-starts IPO of world's largest oil company
Euronews spoke with the EU-Japan Centre for Industrial Cooperation to find out how European firms can expand into the Japanese market. Click on the player to watch the full Business Planet interview.
Syrian-born Ronaldo Mouchawar once had ambitions to be a basketball player. Ultimately, however, he followed in the footsteps of his father who was a merchant, and the man who inspired the name of his online auction site, ‘Souq.com’ in 2005.
Fiat Chrysler and Peugeot's French owner PSA are to join forces through a 50-50 share swap to create the world's fourth-largest carmaker.
China is one of the world’s largest host countries for multinational businesses and it wants to continually attract new companies to invest more into the country. The summit will now be held on an annual basis.
From humble beginnings, Emirati billionaire Khalaf Al Habtoor founded his eponymous company in 1970 and grew it to become one of the UAE’s most successful conglomerates.
An initiative in Lebanon is harnessing the talent of disadvantaged women to produce high fashion handbags.
Two city workers decided to give up their high flying careers and do their bit to tackle food waste locally.
Ghosn's lawyers accuse Japan officials, Nissan execs of collusion
Yokohama: Japan's harbour city
Business Planet looks at a unique EU funded cross-border exchange programme which gives aspiring entrepreneurs the chance to learn from experienced small business owners in other parts of Europe.
The Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs programme (EYE) is an EU funded cross-border exchange programme that allows both new and experienced entrepreneurs to team-up, innovate and explore new markets.
As the number of people on social media increases, using online platforms to reach consumers is a growing trend for brands around the world.
With more than one-third of Tunisia’s graduates unemployed, many young nationals are taking matters into their own hands by creating their own tech companies.
An Iranian-owned oil tanker was hit by two missiles near the Saudi Arabian city of Jeddah, Iran's official news agency IRNA said.
The Business Line programme looks at how far the Expo 2020 construction has developed and how other countries can take part in UAE's new attraction in Dubai.
Many traders are highly critical of the UK PM’s proposals to replace the Irish border backstop.
The global economy is going through a "synchronised slowdown", claimed the new managing director of the IMF, Kristalina Georgieva, during her inauguration speech.
The city of Katowice transitions to the future whilst remembering the past in this edition of Spotlight
The Business Planet team heads to Bucharest to see how one firm has been able to safeguard its intellectual property with EU help.