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Europe Agrees Compromise Gas Curbs As Russia Squeezes Supply

Energy ministers approved a proposal for all EU countries to voluntarily cut gas use by 15 per cent from August to March

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EU To Ask Countries To Cut Demand As It Braces For Russian Gas Cuts

Europe is racing to fill its gas storage ahead of winter and build a supply buffer in case Moscow further restricts supplies in retaliation for European support for Ukraine in its war with Russia. Russia's Gazprom has already halted deliveries to some EU states

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Google Allows App Developers To Use Rival Payment Systems, Cuts Fees

The move reflects Google's shift in strategy, since last year, where it seems to have pivoted towards bowing to regulatory and antitrust pressure through offers of concessions rather than embarking on lengthy legal battles

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EU, China To Hold Trade Dialogue Amid Simmering Tensions

The last round of such dialogue was in July 2020 and was also led by Dombrovskis and Liu

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FTA With EU, UK, Australia Need Of The Hour: Adarsh Sharma, Primus Partners

The government has also made significant efforts to reciprocate these outreach efforts and coordinate to develop a more comprehensive trade partnership that would help India increase its exports, said Sharma

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EU Plans Investment In World's Tallest Dam To Dent Russia's Energy Clout

Tajikistan began in 2016 the construction of the giant hydropower Rogun plant, which could deliver full energy independence to the landlocked former Soviet Union nation

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EU Lawmakers Pass Landmark Tech Rules

Companies will not be allowed to favour their own services over rivals' or prevent users from removing pre-installed software or apps, two rules that will hit Google and Apple hard

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EU's Green Gas And Nuclear Investment Rules Head For Final Vote

The vote is the final hurdle in the European Union's long-delayed decision on whether to add the two energy sources to its "taxonomy", a rulebook determining which investments can be marketed in Europe as being sustainable

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Can Indo-EU Free Trade Agreement Open Pandora's Box?

India’s FTA negotiations were led by Nidhi Mani Tripathi, Joint Secretary, Department of Commerce and EU was represented by Christophe Kiener, Chief Negotiator

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EU Works On Ground-Breaking Rules To Regulate Crypto

A deal would put the EU ahead of the global regulatory pack by giving issuers of crypto assets and providers of related services a "passport" to serve clients across the EU from a single base, while meeting added capital and consumer protection rules

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EU Legislation Opts For Single Mobile Charging Port, Blow To Apple

After this change, Apple will have to change the connector on iPhones sold in Europe by 2024

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Trade Talks With EU To Begin On June 17: Goyal

Goyal, who visited the MPEDA, said the aim of the country was to double exports of marine products from more than Rs 50,000 crore to Rs 1 lakh crore within the next five years

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Oil Rallies As EU Agrees To Ban Most Russian Oil

European Union leaders agreed in principle to cut 90 per cent of oil imports from Russia by the end of 2022, the bloc's toughest sanction yet on Moscow since the invasion of Ukraine three months ago

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EU Unveils 210 Bn Euro Plan To Ditch Russian Fossil Fuels

To wean countries off those fuels, Brussels proposed a three-pronged plan: a switch to import more non-Russian gas, a faster rollout of renewable energy, and more effort to save energy

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Europe's Gas Supply Crisis Grows After Russia Imposes Sanctions

Russia imposed sanctions late Wednesday mainly on Gazprom's European subsidiaries including Gazprom Germania, an energy trading, storage and transmission business that Germany placed under trusteeship last month to secure supplies

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