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Can ASEAN benefit from the EU’s green agriculture push?

The EU wants to champion “green agriculture” in Southeast Asia. But limited trade relations, regulatory nightmares and distrust could stymie it. As manufacturing and tourism collapsed in the three years of the COVID-19 pandemic, several Southeast Asian governments...

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Windfall levies on energy firms approved

As energy prices continue to soar, EU member states are holding emergency negotiations on how to soften the blow for businesses and consumers. European Union energy ministers on Friday agreed on a package of measures...

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Ireland: Government set to abandon 12.5% tax rate, report

Ireland has long been seen as an outlier on corporation tax, particularly in the European Union. But suggestions it is willing to increase its rate comes as pressure mounts on Dublin to fall in line...

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EU trade bodies slam US decision to retain tariffs

The US government said Europe had not done enough to be in compliance with WTO decisions. The EU has called for intensified efforts to resolve the trade dispute. European trade groups reacted with regret and...

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Brexit, EU and changing landscape of Africa relations

The UK’s exit from the EU could be an opportunity for African countries. Britain is repositioning itself, and the power dynamics in Brussels are changing. Can African governments leverage the changes to their advantage? There’s...

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EU says Britain must address Brexit deal doubts within hours

European officials have said they need the hard details of a Brexit withdrawal deal within hours rather than days, ahead of an EU leaders’ summit. EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier said three issues needed resolution....

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Airbus-Boeing WTO dispute: What you need to know

The spat is in focus with the WTO allowing the US to impose tariffs on billions of dollars worth of EU goods. DW takes a look at the nearly 15-year-old case that has seen the...

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China’s exports to US fall amid trade war

China’s exports to the US were down year-on-year in August. The dive follows July’s surprise growth and comes amid a high-pressure campaign by Washington to coerce Beijing into signing a new trade deal. China’s trade...

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Brexit: EU’s Barnier says customs union idea ‘interesting’

EU negotiator Michel Barnier has suggested that British Prime Minister Theresa May consider a permanent customs union with the bloc. The arrangement was suggested by the UK opposition Labour Party in a letter to the...

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Steel tariffs: EU and US hold talks as deadline looms

The EU’s top trade official Cecilia Malmstrom spoke with her US opposite number ahead of a deadline that could see tariffs imposed on EU metal exports. Brussels could impose levies of its own on some...

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Macron’s presidency: It’s the economy, stupid!

Bill Clinton convinced voters with his simple message about jobs and job security. Now Emmanuel Macron, a pro-European centrist, has a new vision for businesses in France. What will he do for the economy? Though...

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EU open to UK trade negotiations before Brexit, but parallel talks ‘will not happen’

Brexit negotiations will be a long, complicated affair, European Council President Donald Tusk has said. But everyone will be working toward an amicable UK divorce from the EU. Revealing his Brexit negotiation guidelines on Friday,...