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Britain’s Brexit Moment

For Britain an FTA with the EU ironically holds the key: over 50 per cent of Britain’s exports go to the EU. The other key trade deals London wants to sign quickly are with the United States, China, Japan and India

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Iran Minister Says EU Trade Arrangement Moving Slowly, Talking To India, China

The EU wanted a so-called special purpose vehicle (SPV) to help preserve the economic benefits for Iran deriving from the curbs Tehran placed on its nuclear programme under a 2015 deal with world powers

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UK Economy To Slip To Seventh Biggest In World In 2019: PwC

“The UK and France have regularly alternated in having the larger economy, but subdued growth in the UK in 2018 and again in 2019 is likely to tip the balance in France’s favor,” PwC economist Mike Jakeman said

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UK PM May Vows To Stick To Brexit Deal As Opponents Seek Formal Challenge

British Prime Minister Theresa May has pledged to fight on, warning that toppling her risks delaying Britain's exit from the EU or leaving without a deal, a step that could thrust the world's fifth largest economy unto the unknown

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EU, Britain In Surprise Early Talks Ahead Of Crunch Summit

EU Chief negotiator Michel Barnier and Britain's Brevity minister Dominic Raab held surprise talks in Brussels, as London insisted the negotiations were far from reaching a conclusion

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EU Gives Britain Two Months To Pay 2.7 Billion Euros Over China Fraud

After Britain allegedly ignored a scam by Chinese importer, the EU today gave the country 2 months to recover 2.7 billion euros in lost customs duties or risk referral to EU's top court

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EU-India Innovation Platform To Be Launched On October 10: EU Envoy

EU ambassador to India, Tomasz Kozlowski today said that the innovation platform to be launched on October 10 will bring innovators, start-ups and incubators together for interactions and engagement

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India In Touch With EU Over Alternative Payment Mechanism For Iran Oil Imports

As US sanctions on Iranian crude oil import loom large, India is in talks with EU for an alternative channel for making payments to Iran as using US dollars for oil transactions will be restricted post Nov 4

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British Prime Minister Theresa May Warns Rebels: It's My Brexit Agreement Or No Deal

With just six months until Britain is due to leave EU on March 29th, May told BBC today that if rebel lawmakers hinder a deal between her government and EU, "the alternative to that will be having no deal"

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EU Parliament Approves Copyright Law In Blow To Big Tech

In blow to internet giants like Google and Facebook, the European Union yesterday approved a controversial EU copyright law giving more powers to news and record companies

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Brexit Deal 'Realistic' In 6 To 8 Weeks: EU Negotiator

At a conference in Slovenia, EU Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier said that it was "realistic" to reach an agreement on the first stage of Brexit treaty negotiation within 6-8 weeks

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US President Donald Trump Calls EU Bid To End Auto Tariffs 'Not Good Enough': Report

Trump compares EU to China, warns to pull US out of the World Trade Organization "If they don't shape up".

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US Delays Tariffs On EU, Canada, Mexico

The administration has reached a final agreement with South Korea on steel imports, the outlines of which were previously announced by US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and Republic of Korea Minister for Trade Hyun-chong Kim, the White House said in a statement

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EU Seeks To Join U.S. China Steel Dispute At WTO

China has taken the United States to the WTO over the measures. The first step in the WTO process involves consultations

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UK Rules Out Being In A Customs Union With The EU After Brexit

The extent of any British post-Brexit involvement in the EU's customs union - which binds members into a trade bloc with common external tariffs - has become a major issue of contention inside May's divided government and Conservative Party

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