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EU trade war with China escalates with 38% tariffs on Chinese EVs

Some of Europe’s biggest hitting economies are digesting a new phase in its trade war with China, as the EU finally hits the country’s...

Time for a 5th freedom in the EU’s single market? It could help Europe’s universities

Former Italian prime minister Enrico Letta is pushing for the creation a fifth freedom within the...

‘I start from a big, red alarm’ – Enrico Letta urges radical EU single market shake-up

The EU's single market is based on free movement of goods, services, capital and people. Ex...

Draghi’s report lacks transparency and risks capture by big business

The opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not represent in...

What the European economy could expect from the EP political parties

Euronews Business asks the various political groups in the European Parliament about their economic agenda for...

Middle East crisis overshadows EU summit devoted to the economy

European Union leaders are gathering in Brussels for a special two-day summit focused on the bloc's...

European consumers reluctant to splash cash despite slowing inflation

Consumers in Europe appear not to want to increase their spending despite the slowing inflation in...

Europe’s single market to focus on green and digital goals in 2024

The European Commission’s 2024 Annual Single Market and Competitiveness Report looks at how digital adoption and...

All you need to know about the EU agriculture sector

Disgruntled farmers have taken to the streets across the European Union. But how important is the...

Are these the five easiest European countries to start a business?

Euronews Business takes a closer look at the five European countries that could be the best...

A task force for the future: Europe wants to upskill workers

In this episode of Real Economy, Euronews reporter Fanny Gauret travels across Europe to explore the...

Rebalancing the scales: Why is Europe’s labour market in disarray?

Faced with staff shortages and a surplus of unemployed skilled professionals, the European Commission is in...

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