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Spain joins forces with Bollywood to boost tourism
Spain is coaxing Indian moviemakers to use its colorful fiestas and historic monuments as settings for their films, in a move to grab a bigger share of India's fast-growing overseas tourism market.
The pound rose with Asian stocks Friday after the previous day's sell-off, as the killing of a British lawmaker led to canvassing for next week's EU referendum to be canceled, which is seen favoring those wanting to stay in the bloc.
Facing threat of stagnation, Russia authorities are promising reforms
Russian authorities, increasingly concerned that the current recession will be followed by prolonged economic stagnation, are redoubling efforts to persuade investors that much-needed reforms will be pushed through.
Sales of cars in the European Union surged by 16 percent in May compared to a year earlier, continuing a 33-month rise and nearing pre-recession levels, manufacturers said Thursday.
A vote to leave the European Union in a referendum next week would trigger tax hikes and spending cuts, Britain's chancellor of the exchequer, or finance minister, warned Wednesday, after stock markets sank on the apparently rising prospect of Brexit.
Belgian hospitals introduce robot receptionists
His diction is still a little odd, and his movements sometimes a bit hesitant, but Pepper the robot is all geared up to help patients at two Belgian hospitals.
Fears of Brexit 'unknown' on Ireland's open border; worries of custom checks
Businesses on both sides of the open border that divides Ireland are watching the UK's EU referendum with a wary eye, concerned that a bygone era of customs checks could return.
Montenegro's tourist jewel riven by drug gang feuds
With its winding cobbled streets and stunning Adriatic bay, the Montenegrin town of Kotor draws crowds of visitors each summer.
Join the euro? We'll get back to you on that
The euro's waiting room is empty. No one is lining up to join the 19-country currency, and the next memberships -- if any -- will only be years down the road, certainly not in this decade.
The Bundesliga Thursday sold the broadcasting rights for four seasons at a record price, in what it said was an important step towards ensuring the "future viability" of German football.
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