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"The war is going to have dramatic consequences for the world," said the EU's foreign affairs chief Josep Borrell.
World Food Programme warns of mass starvation due to Russian blockade
Experts have sounded the alarm that if ports around Odessa remain closed, shortages of grain, oil and other goods will trigger famine and migration crises the world over.
'It will get worse': Euro inflation adds to Lithuania's economic woes
A refugee crisis on the border with Belarus, the COVID-19 pandemic, and the consequences of sanctions against its neighbours all conspire to create a sense of economic uncertainty in the small Baltic nation.
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A year since Brexit rules came into force, EU exporters face more border bureaucracy when delayed UK import controls take effect in 2022.
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The 27-member EU is the largest exporter of coronavirus vaccines, the European Commission President told reporters
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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.
France to resume champagne exports to Russia as talks bid falls flat
Exports stopped because a new law in Russia meant French producers had to remove "champagne" from their bottles and replace it with "sparkling wine".
Brexit: Quarter of small UK firms have temporarily suspended EU sales
Increased paperwork and border checks have put small UK businesses under strain and left them wondering if exporting to the bloc is worth the hassle, a new survey shows.
Boris Johnson warns against EU vaccine export 'blockade'
The British prime minister said 'blockades' of vaccines would be counter-productive, as the EU and UK vowed jointly to seek a 'win-win' situation over supplies.
Brussels tightens vaccine export rules to ensure jabs stay in the bloc
The EU plans to incorporate the principles of "proportionality and reciprocity" into the transparency mechanism that was introduced at the end of January and will assess "case by case" the export requests from pharmaceutical companies.
COVID-19 vaccines: UK says 'world is watching' EU on export ban threat
A British minister warned the EU against 'counter-productive' measures after the Commission president said a ban was possible if AstraZeneca did not meet supply commitments.
Scottish fish exporter: 'We'll overcome this — but it'll take time!'
GT Seafoods of Peterhead, which exports fresh fish to France, tells Euronews that post-Brexit bureaucracy means extra costs but argues that problems can be overcome.
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