The controversial Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement, or ACTA, which was broadly rejected by the European Parliament earlier this year, had a final nail driven into its [...]
Canada’s trade deal with the EU is an important step to expand international trade in the face of stagnant exports to the U.S.
The European Union is eyeing a ban on flavored tobacco—including popular menthol cigarettes—and implementing health warnings that cover 75 percent of packets.
The top court in Poland ruled Wednesday that the Kosher and Halal slaughtering of animals contravenes the country’s laws, prompting criticism from religious associations, [...]
European farmers in Brussels sprayed the European Parliament and riot police with fresh milk, demanding regulations to remedy the dairy crisis in the world’s largest [...]
European leaders have failed to agree on disbursement of further Greek aid and on a European Union budget.
The European Commission announced earlier this month that it was adopting an amending budget to enable it to meet its legal obligations towards beneficiaries of EU funds.
A controversial plan that would require all planes that fly in and out of European Union states to pay for their carbon emissions was suspended Monday.
Greek legislators approved new austerity cuts early Thursday, even as riots erupted across the country and as a new report shows that a quarter of Greeks are out of work.
Germany announced it will balance its budget, achieving zero deficit by 2014—two years sooner than expected. In 2013, the deficit will fall below 0.5 percent.