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Europe pivots towards Indo-Pacific amid row with China

Europe pivots towards Indo-Pacific amid row with China

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Tesla Plans To Export China-Made Model 3s To Asia And Europe

The U.S. automaker, which started delivering Model 3 electric sedans from its Shanghai factory in December, also plans from next year to sell China-made Model 3 vehicles to Japan and Hong Kong

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Iran's Foreign Minister to visit Europe amid mounting US pressure

Iran's Foreign Minister to visit Europe amid mounting US pressure

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Wipro To Set Up Digital Innovation Hub In Germany

Around 60 per cent of large industries and over 90 per cent of small and medium-sized enterprises lag in digital innovation.

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Risks To Economic Recovery Rise As Uncertainty Around Virus Containment Persists: Moody's

In the most recent week, close to half of G-20 economies loosened lockdown measures, highlighting difficulties in balancing economic recovery with health risks.

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China's top diplomat fails to restore strained ties with Europe

China's top diplomat fails to restore strained ties with Europe

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Ryanair's August Traffic Up 59% Month On Month To 7 Million

Traffic was down 53% year on year after Europe's biggest budget carrier operated around 60% of its normal August schedule.

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Google Says Denmark Is Reviewing Its Taxes There

Google, owned by parent firm Alphabet Inc, employs more than 100 people in Denmark and earned revenue of 284 million Danish crowns ($45.4 million) there last year.

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Europe may face spike in hospitalisations, mortality during winter due to COVID-19: WHO

Europe may face spike in hospitalisations, mortality during winter due to COVID-19: WHO

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Tens of thousands gather in central Minsk in protest against Lukashenko

Tens of thousands gather in central Minsk in protest against Lukashenko

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Global Markets: Groggy Europe Keeps Stocks Shy Of Record Highs

A leap from Japan's Nikkei in Asia after Wall Street's S&P 500 had finished just points off its record high had bolstered hopes of a breakthrough, but Europe had other ideas.

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COVID-19: Air India to close stations in Vienna, Milan, other European cities

COVID-19: Air India to close stations in Vienna, Milan, other European cities

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ABN Amro Exits Trade, Commodity Finance In Corporate Bank Shake-Up

ABN took a $200 million first quarter loss on clearing after a U.S. hedge fund missed its margin requirements.

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Belarus COVID-19 case count crosses 69,000

Belarus COVID-19 case count crosses 69,000

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Coronavirus Accelerates European Utilities' Digital Drive

Operator Enel, Europe's largest utility, moved quickly to create a parallel backup control room at a smaller site 30 kms (18.6 miles) away while also plugging some key workers into the plant's data base so they could work from home to help keep control.

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