Britain's EU contribution to jump by £10bn as taxpayers carry burden of ailing eurozone
Britain is to pay an extra £10bn to the European Union over the next five years, the fiscal watchdog has said, as taxpayers here carry the burden of the struggling eurozone.
Last Updated (Friday, 06 December 2013 12:05)
European Union (EU) exit would be 'economic suicide' for UK, says Nick Clegg
The Deputy Prime Minister said three million jobs would be affected if we left the bloc but pledged to see through the planned referendum on the issue.
Last Updated (Friday, 06 December 2013 11:48)
Verhofstadt 'is barking at the moon', says fellow liberal Bolkenstein
The Dutch liberal politician and former EU Commissioner Frits Bolkestein has launched a scathing attack against Guy Verhofstadt, who leads the liberal and pro-European ALDE group in the European Parliament.
Last Updated (Friday, 06 December 2013 09:55)
Four Dar venues to host European Film Festival
This year’s edition of European Film Festival will possibly take Dar es Salaam fans by storm as the event will be staged at four different venues across the sparkling city.
Last Updated (Friday, 06 December 2013 08:54)
EU backs insect in animal feed project
A European Union funded project PROteINSECT aims to change our views about using flies as a source of protein feed for pigs and poultry, but also for human consumption, which is prohibited in Europe.
Last Updated (Thursday, 05 December 2013 16:31)
EU criticizes spending plans of four biggest euro-area nations
The European Union confronted the euro area’s four biggest economies over their spending plans for next year as austerity demands restrain the bloc’s recovery from the longest recession in its history.
Last Updated (Thursday, 05 December 2013 13:24)
EU Commission fines banks 1.7 billion euros for benchmark rigging
'Tiger' of Eastern Europe is waking up: Romanian PM
Romania's economy is seeing the best growth in the entire European Union (EU) and the country is ready to join the euro zone, the country's Prime Minister Victor Ponta told CNBC.
Last Updated (Friday, 06 December 2013 09:44)
EU laws 'threaten to kill off retail bonds'
Investors attracted by the generous fixed incomes offered by a new type of bond have been warned that the market may dry up because of excessive regulation from Brussels.
Last Updated (Friday, 06 December 2013 08:06)
Italian bonds drop with Spain’s as EU says debt targets at risk
Italy’s 10-year government bonds declined for the first time in three days after the European Union Commission said the nation’s budget plan doesn’t respect its 2014 debt targets.
Last Updated (Thursday, 05 December 2013 15:34)
EU tries to stop citrus imports from South Africa
The European Union (EU) is preparing a ban on South African citrus imports that could take orange juice off Europe’s breakfast tables next summer and sour efforts in Brussels to broaden trade with Africa’s biggest economy.
Last Updated (Thursday, 05 December 2013 12:08)