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Business opportunities from outer space A Slovenian company is creating new business opportunities by optimizing data mined by the EU's Copernicus programme from outer space.
UK growth revised down as slow production hits According to official figures the UK economy expanded by less than previously thought in the last three months of 2017
What is being done to strengthen Europe's banks? European banks are safer today because they follow a single rule book. Now we need to create a safety net to protect taxpayers if trouble strikes.
Chicken shortage forces KFC to close over half its UK restaurants Fast-food chain KFC has been forced to temporarily close over half of its restaurants in the UK because of a shortage of chickens following a change in its delivery partner.
Real Stuff: European Commissioner Moscovici & His Shiny Bear EU Commissioner Pierre Moscovici tells us why a Bear best represents Europe's Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) to him.
China tops list of lenders to Kenya In total, foreign countries advanced a total of over $7.4 billion to the government during the period under review.
Economic challenges lie ahead for South Africa New President Cyril Ramaphosa’s in-tray is likely to be full as he prepares to tackle South Africa’s economic problems.
Poland set to build new hub airport Scheduled to open in 2027, the new airport is hoped to become a regional hub and one of the largest international transfer airports in Europe.
German law under fire for turning social media companies into ‘overzealous censors’ Under the NetzDG law, companies with more than two million registered users in Germany are required to establish a procedure to receive and review complaints of alleged illegal content.
Forest Green Rovers — the first vegan football club in the world Hailed by FIFA as the "world’s greenest football club", the Forest Green Rovers' vegan diets are credited with boosting the team into League Two.