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Chinese State-Owned Rail Car Manufacturer Set to Buy German Factory
The state-owned China Railway Rolling Stock Corp. (CRRC), the world’s biggest railcar-maker by revenue, is set to gain a foothold in the European rail market, after a proposed deal to acquire ...
August 29, 2019
US and Japan Set to Sign Trade Deal Slashing Meat Tariffs by 80 Percent
The United States and Japan concluded trade pact negotiations on Aug. 24 that will slash Japanese tariffs on ...
August 25, 2019
EU Set to Raise Trade Barriers and Slap Tariffs on US, China Tech Firms
News analysis European Union officials are pushing President-elect Ursula von der Leyen to update its Standards Policy to ...
August 25, 2019
[CPAC Australia Special] Nigel Farage on Hong Kong: Trump is the First Global Leader To Call Out China
In Nigel Farage’s view, why is the suppression of conservative viewpoints so dangerous to the functioning of a ...
August 22, 2019
Europe Agrees to Buy More US Beef as Part of EU Trade Talks
WASHINGTON—The United States and the European Union reached an agreement that will open Europe to more American beef ...
August 2, 2019
EU Strikes Conciliatory Tone With US on Trade, Calls for Unified Front Against China
BRUSSELS—The European Union has called for a joint approach with the United States to tackle China's "unfair trading ...
July 25, 2019
US Seeks to End a Long-Running Trans-Atlantic Dispute
WASHINGTON—The Trump administration is stepping up pressure on the European Union to end the long subsidy fight involving ...
July 7, 2019
Commerce’s Ross: EU Trade Talks Far More Complex Than China Negotiations
WASHINGTON—It has been almost a year since the United States and the European Union (EU) reached an agreement ...
June 16, 2019
EU Poised to Extend Tariffs on Chinese Bicycle Imports
BRUSSELS—The European Union is poised to extend for a further five years anti-dumping duties on Chinese bicycles on ...
June 11, 2019
Tussle in Brussels and Strife in Strausborg
One suspects on a purely impressionist basis that not 10 percent of United States citizens could identify the ...
June 4, 2019
David T. Jones
EU Elections: Surge in Support for Nationalist Parties, Greens at Expense of Historically Dominant Parties
The European Union’s 28-country elections saw significant gains for nationalist parties and the Greens, and diminishing support for ...
May 27, 2019
Industry Leaders Concerned European Court’s Mandating of ‘Time Clock’ Adding Red Tape to Modern Workforce
Europe’s top court has ordered companies across the continent to start logging every hour their employees work.
May 15, 2019
3 Dead Germans Found With Arrows Sticking in Their Bodies
Authorities have found a few dead people in southern Germany with arrows sticking in their bodies on May ...
May 13, 2019
Trump Says EU Tariffs on Harley-Davidson ‘Unfair,’ Vows to Reciprocate
President Donald Trump appeared to change course on Harley-Davidson Inc., pledging on April 23 to protect the motorcycle maker ...
April 23, 2019
US Trade Deficit Hits 8-Month Low as Gap With China Shrinks
WASHINGTON—The U.S. trade deficit declined to its lowest level since June 2018, mainly led by a dramatic drop ...
April 17, 2019
EU Wrangles Over New Brexit Delay Sought by May
BRUSSELS—European Union leaders were poised to grant Prime Minister Theresa May a second delay to Britain's fraught exit ...
April 10, 2019
Trump Threatens More Tariffs Against European Union
President Donald Trump on April 9 threatened to add new U.S. tariffs on products from the European Union, ...
April 9, 2019
Nationalist EU Parties Plan to Join Forces After May Elections
MILAN—Nationalist parties plan to join forces following next month's European Union parliamentary election, looking to create a new ...
April 8, 2019
EU Data Supervisor Probes EU Bodies’ Software Deals With Microsoft
BRUSSELS—EU data protection authorities are investigating whether the European Commission and other EU institutions comply with the bloc's ...
April 8, 2019
China’s Plan to Take Over Europe
When the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) launched its takeover of China after World War II, its then-leader Mao ...
April 2, 2019
UK Parliament Fails to Find Majority for Any Softer Brexit Option
LONDON—Britain's exit from the European Union remained deadlocked on April 1 after parliament failed to agree on any ...
April 1, 2019
Time for a Change: EU Lawmakers Vote to Scrap Clock Shifts in 2021
STRASBOURG—European Union lawmakers voted on March 26 to scrap from 2021 the practice of moving clocks forward by ...
March 26, 2019
Europe Offers UK a Little More Time for Brexit
BRUSSELS—Worn down by three years of indecision in London, European Union leaders on Thursday grudgingly offered the U.K. ...
March 21, 2019
The Associated Press
Deutsche Bank Merger Talks With Commerzbank Raise Job Fears, Lift Shares
BERLIN/FRANKFURT—Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank faced concerns from workers unions, Chancellor Angela Merkel's office and top shareholders on March ...
March 19, 2019
European Union Impatient With Brexit, but Resigned to Delay
BRUSSELS—European Union governments are exasperated by British dithering over quitting the bloc but have little appetite for pushing ...
March 19, 2019
EU Commission Slams Beijing’s Investment Strategy, Human Rights Record
The European Commission did not hold back in its criticism of China in its latest report, calling Beijing ...
March 14, 2019
EU Parliamentary Conference Eyes Cultural Subversion by Chinese Regime
After the Chinese regime pressure forced the cancellation of a classical Chinese dance performance in Madrid, the Spanish ...
March 11, 2019
Colombia–Venezuela Tensions Escalate as US, Allies Trigger Regional Pact
, Special to The Epoch Times
Gabbard Campaign Sues Google Over Suspending Ads, Suppressing Free Speech
Trump Says Kavanaugh Should ‘Start Suing People for Libel’ After Assault Allegation
House Panel Requests Documents From Facebook, Google, Amazon, and Apple in Probe
Bipartisan Group Urges Public Release of List of Chinese Military Firms
Auto Workers Union Says Its 49,000 Members Will Strike Against GM at Midnight
The Associated Press
Survey Finds 53 Percent of Likely Voters Oppose Dems’ Union Pension Bailout