UK trade may struggle to stand still after EU exit
As British Prime Minister David Cameron struggles to accommodate eurosceptics in his own party, trade experts warn that quitting the European Union would force Britain not just to rework trade relations with the EU, but also with the EU's trade partners and probably the World Trade Organization.
Last Updated (Friday, 17 May 2013 10:40)
Keep 'criminal' French out of Norway
The French people are not accustomed to being unwelcome in other European countries, but if one right-wing Norwegian MP had his way, they would risk being stopped at the country's borders, along with Roma and Bulgarian 'undesirables.'
Last Updated (Friday, 17 May 2013 10:39)
Trade pact right for U.S. and EU
Democrats and Republicans alike want to see strong economic growth and good jobs for Americans, even if at times we may disagree about how best to achieve these objectives.
Last Updated (Friday, 17 May 2013 08:59)
Cameron Admits He Won't Honour An Out Vote In A Referendum
While Cameron basks in the limelight of a "great leader and a great Briton", we find more evidence that Mrs Thatcher he most certainly is not.
Last Updated (Thursday, 16 May 2013 15:32)
Rescuing the EU model
THE EUROZONE crisis has unleashed a string of buzzwords – from rating downgrade to Grexit, referring to Greece’s potential exit from the zone.
Last Updated (Thursday, 16 May 2013 11:42)
EU rules risk driving London Metal Exchange to Hong Kong
Companies using the London Metal Exchange say new EU rules for financial markets after the 2008 crisis may prompt it to quit Britain's capital after nearly 150 years for Hong Kong, home of its new owner.
Last Updated (Thursday, 16 May 2013 07:40)
German euro founder calls for 'catastrophic' currency to be broken up
Oskar Lafontaine, the German finance minister who launched the euro, has called for a break-up of the single currency to let southern Europe recover, warning that the current course is "leading to disaster".
Last Updated (Friday, 17 May 2013 10:20)
Ottawa fights EU plan to label Canadian oil as dirty
An EU plan to label crude from the Alberta oil sands as dirty is unfair and could damage Canada’s bid to find new export markets, the Canadian resources minister said at the start of a mission to lobby against the idea.
Last Updated (Friday, 17 May 2013 07:15)
To join EU, Croatia may give up its wine
Croatia is gearing up to celebrate its entry into the EU, but don't pop the corks just yet. A heated trademark battle over the country's beloved sweet dessert wine has some feeling less than bubbly.
Last Updated (Thursday, 16 May 2013 14:09)
Bangladesh urges no harsh EU measures over factory deaths
Bangladesh urged the European Union on Saturday not to take tough measures against its economically crucial textile industry in response to the collapse of a garment factory that killed 550 people.
Last Updated (Thursday, 16 May 2013 10:22)
EU strikes deal on extra 2013 budget funds
An extra 7.3bn euros (£6.2bn; $9.5bn) is due to be added to the EU's budget for 2013 under a compromise reached between member states in Brussels.
Last Updated (Wednesday, 15 May 2013 10:38)