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EU Decision On Big Telecom Advertising Venture To Be Made By 10 Feb

If the Commission has severe reservations, it may accept the merger with or without remedies or it may launch a four-month probe

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PM attends Inaugural Session Of Raisina Dialogue 2022

Earlier, the Leyen called on President Ram Nath Kovind at Rashtrapati Bhavan, according to a statement from the President's Secretariat

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The Economic Fallout Of Putin’s Misadventure In Ukraine

Vladimir Putin’s self-conceived notion of his appointment with history will profoundly impact the global economy with higher inflation, a surge in energy prices, volatility in markets, and the basic tenets of globalisation being challenged

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EU To Sanction Russian Banks, Energy, Others

The EU Council President accused Russia of using "fake pretexts and bad excuses" to justify its invasion of Ukraine and said the sanctions will hurt the government

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The Big Debate in Europe: Is Nuclear Energy Green?

A draft proposal by the European Commission to treat investments in nuclear energy and natural gas as climate-friendly has brought the two European Union heavyweights on a collision path and the debate can define the future of European Union's energy transition drive.

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Biocon Biologics, Viatris Receive EC Nod For Biosimilar Bevacizumab

The centralised marketing authorisation granted by the EC is valid in all EU Member States as well as in the European Economic Area countries Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway

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Pressure mounts on WTO to consider India's proposed IPR waiver on COVID vaccines; LDC, EU lawmakers' voice support

Pressure mounts on WTO to consider India's proposed IPR waiver on COVID vaccines; LDC, EU lawmakers' voice support

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EU must end over-reliance on China for rare earth elements, says European Commission president

EU must end over-reliance on China for rare earth elements, says European Commission president

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India, EU discuss possibility of opening new areas in trade cooperation

India, EU discuss possibility of opening new areas in trade cooperation

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European Commission asks AstraZeneca to explain delays in COVID-19 vaccine deliveries

European Commission asks AstraZeneca to explain delays in COVID-19 vaccine deliveries

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Pandemic Is Boosting Euro Zone Imbalances, Ministers To Mull Way Out

The COVID-19 crisis was therefore making existing problems with disparate debt trends among euro zone countries even worse, which could lead to members diverging economically.

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Portugal Confident It Will Get EU Green Light For TAP Rescue Plan In First Quarter

The government unveiled its overhaul plan last month, proposing 2,000 job cuts by 2022 and pay cuts of up to 25%, while saying the airline would need around 2 billion euros ($2.46 billion) in extra funds with state guarantees to cover financing needs until 2024.

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EU To Have Enough COVID-19 Vaccine Doses Soon, Says European Commission President

"Today the first Europeans are getting vaccinated against COVID-19. I'm touched to see people taking the vaccine everywhere across the EU"

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EU, UK to continue work on trade agreement at night: European Commission

EU, UK to continue work on trade agreement at night: European Commission

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