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VW Can Face Diesel gate Claims Where Cars Bought, EU Court Rules

Volkswagen admitted in 2015 to using illegal software to cheat U.S. diesel engine tests, a scandal that has cost it more than $30 billion in vehicle refits, fines and provisions.

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EU Secures Potential COVID-19 Drugs From Roche, Germany's Merck

The medicine is also being tested on COVID-19 patients in combination with Gilead's antiviral remdesivir, the only drug so far authorised by the EU for use against COVID-19. Patients are still being recruited

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EU Reaches Deals With Roche, Merck For Supply Of COVID-19 Drugs

The agreements follow requests from EU states in May to acquire the two drugs which are considered potentially useful against COVID-19.

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Euro Zone Set For Deeper Recession, Less Steep Rebound

The Commission said it had to revise its previous forecasts because the lifting of COVID-19 lockdown measures in euro zone countries was proceeding less swiftly than it had initially predicted.

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Britain Mulls Joining EU's Coronavirus Vaccine Scheme

The EU is planning to spend around 2 billion euros ($2.3 billion) on the advance purchase of vaccines in testing, on behalf of the 27 EU states.

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UK lifts quarantine requirements for people coming from 59 countries except US

UK lifts quarantine requirements for people coming from 59 countries except US

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US agrees to launch dialogues with EU on threats posed by China

US agrees to launch dialogues with EU on threats posed by China

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Jihadist terrorism continues to pose threat to Europe amid pandemic, says report

Jihadist terrorism continues to pose threat to Europe amid pandemic, says report

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EU To Propose Single Stock Report To Compete With London, Document Shows

The European Commission is working on the next phase in creating a capital markets union (CMU) to help companies raise more funds by issuing stocks and bonds as the economy recovers from COVID-19.

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IEA Calls For Measures To Boost EU's Post-Pandemic 'Green' Recovery

Low-carbon building renovations - guided by stricter EU building standards - would help cut bills for Europe's 513 million energy consumers

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Steel Strips Wheels Bags Exports Orders From EU, US Markets

SSWL's total capacity is 9 million wheels at Dappar, 6 million wheels at Oragadam and 1.6 million truck wheels at Jamshedpur.

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Shell-shocked EU seeks elusive unity over coronavirus stimulus

The 27 national heads join a video conference from 0800 GMT to discuss recovery for the bloc that has lost over 100,000 lives to COVID-19 and faces an unprecedented economic downturn threatening its stability and global standing.

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China Steel Body Says EU Anti-Dumping Duties On Stainless Steel Are 'Over-Protection'

The European Commission has imposed provisional anti-dumping duties on hot rolled stainless steel sheets and coils originating in China, Indonesia and Taiwan.

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Washington State Repeals Pro-Boeing Tax Break; US Hopes To Avoid EU Tariffs

The United States in February toughened its own tariffs on Airbus aircraft after winning approval last year from the WTO to penalize $7.5 billion in European goods over Airbus subsidies.

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India Defers Planned Summit With EU Due To Coronavirus

Prime Minister Narendra Modi was due to travel to Brussels later this month for meetings with EU leaders.

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