Dutch minister uses Brexit 'monster' to encourage citizens to prepare
American whiskey companies must think foreign tariffs are not so neat. International trade disputes led whiskey exports to fall by 8.7 per cent in the second half of 2018.
The Brief. Belgium Strike, Whisky woes and money laundering
Tariffs and increased border checks in the UK could lead to increased prices of flowers imported from the Netherlands.
Nigel Farage says the UK and EU could continue to trade tariff-free after Brexit. He's right but....
Brexit could increase deaths from heart disease and strokes, a study published yesterday has said
The UK Government publishes it's "no-deal" contigency plans today, looking at 70 areas of public life - despite warnings from the IMF that EU growth will decline if "no-deal" is reached.
"I think there will be a deal simply because the consequences of no deal are too big"
Amid escalating fears over global trade, financial leaders want to step up dialogue to prevent geopolitical tensions, but warned that growth, while still strong, was becoming less synchronized.
European countries throw unanimous support behind plans to slap duties on US products
As the G7 summit drew to a close on Saturday and Trump sped off in the direction of Singapore, one photo summed up the conference which was marred by a trade row.
Following bilateral talks, Donald Trump and Emannuel Macron say they're making progress on trade.
Brussels will take Washington to World Trade Organisation to challenge legality of trade move
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In this edition of State of the Union: The Belgian city of Liege mourns the deaths of three people, including two police women, killed in a terrorist
The move is likely to boost production of car manufacturers worldwide
How the key international stories unfolded today.
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In this edition of State of the Union: In the week that Donald Trump officially moved the US embassy to Jerusalem, sparking protests and violence
Deadline looms for Donald Trump to decide whether EU will be permanently exempted from metal tariffs
China may also look to markets in other countries instead of the US, trade representatives say
Brussels is facing mounting pressure from the European steel industry to protect its interests