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Saturday, January 2, 2016
Online retail giant Amazon said on Thursday it will donate the profits from the online purchase of a tune released by the far-right anti-migrant PEGIDA movement to refugees in Germany.
Thursday, December 31, 2015
The volume of loans to the private sector in the euro area expanded in November, with a bigger bounce recorded than the previous month, European Central Bank (ECB) data showed on Wednesday.
Wednesday, December 30, 2015
German exports will rise to new record levels next year, overcoming difficulties in China and other markets mostly thanks to the weak euro, the head of the BGA foreign trade federation predicted Monday.
Lithuania said Monday it had signed a 10-year-deal with Russian energy giant Gazprom to transport gas to Kaliningrad in a move likely to soothe the Kremlin's concerns over its westernmost outpost's energy security.
Monday, December 28, 2015
Russian firms tone down holiday cheer as crisis bites
Forget corporate holiday bashes where glitterati are treated to fine champagne and French delicacies: Russia's economic crisis has taken the glow off the holiday season this year.
Belgium's Electrabel restarts aging nuclear reactor
Belgian power utility Electrabel said Saturday it had restarted a nuclear reactor at its aging Tihange plant, just days after being forced to shut it down following a fire in the electricity supply system.
Saturday, December 26, 2015
The Ukrainian parliament on Friday adopted a budget for 2016 with a deficit of 3 percent of GDP, crucial for unlocking much needed aid from the IMF and Western countries.
Friday, December 25, 2015
Britain's economy grew slower than expected in the third quarter, revised official data showed Wednesday, denting the prospect of a hike to British interest rates early next year.
Thursday, December 24, 2015
A senior lawyer for the EU's top court on Wednesday rejected claims, including by U.S. tobacco giant Philip Morris, that the bloc's new law on plain packaging and banning flavors was illegal.
The EU's top court ruled Wednesday that Scotland's minimum price system for alcohol, designed to stop people "drinking themselves to death," was contrary to EU law.
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