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OCEAN 2020 - Europe's bid to up its defence game on the high seas What price a billion-euro warship when it can be sunk by a drone costing 1/1000th of the cost? The EU is looking to integrate companies using the horizon technologies of drones to get more bangs for its bucks, and save lives, too.
EU warns Italy to cuts its spending as debt fears increase EU Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs Pierre Moscovici has again warned Italy that it must keep its national debt under control.
Amazon: merchant data under EU microscope European Union regulators are checking whether U.S. online retailer Amazon is using merchant's data in a way that stifles competition
Two hundred billion euros flowed through the Estonian branch of Danske bank A money laundering investigation by regulators and the financial community will scrutinise the report made by the Danske Bank
Spanish court rules former Ryanair pilot was employee not contractor Spanish court rules former Ryanair pilot was employee not contractor
German carmakers investigated for possibly colluding over emissions technology Did Germany's biggest five carmarkers secretly restrict the rollout of clean emission technology?
China hits back at Trump with tariffs on 51 billion euros worth of American goods It comes after the US slapped duties on 170 billion euros of Chinese imports on Monday, escalating its trade war with Beijing.
Brexit: Dire consequences if there's no deal IMF Managing Director, Christine Lagarde says life will be more difficult for the UK with any deal to leave the EU
US prepares to impose a new round of trade tariffs on China Concerns trade war could damage US industry
European Central Bank keeps policy unchanged The ECB is staying on track to end bond purchases this year and raise interest rates next autumn