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EU Threatens Iconic U.S. Brands After Trump Opens Door to Trade War
Donald Trump set the stage for a trade war by slapping tariffs on steel and aluminum imports, daring other countries to retaliate and leading the European Union to warn that it would target iconic American brands
5 2018 | Viewed: 74 | Foreign experience | Read full
EU eyes tax on tech giants closer to 2 percent than 6 percent of revenue: Le Maire
The European Union this month will unveil plans to tax large global tech companies revenue at a rate in the 2-to-6-percent range, though more likely closer to 2 than to 6 percent, French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said in a newspaper interview
5 2018 | Viewed: 84 | Foreign experience | Read full
Germany could tighten rules after Geely takes Daimler stake
Germany will investigate whether to tighten rules governing when an investor needs to disclose a holding in a company after news that Chinas Geely purchased a $9 billion stake in Daimler (DAIGn.DE) surprised the market
1 2018 | Viewed: 58 | Foreign experience | Read full
Norway oil fund slashes stakes in US gunmakers
Move comes as investors and companies debate how to deal with US shootings
28 2018 | Viewed: 110 | Foreign experience | Read full
Western banks race for deals in Chinas silk road push
Despite doubts among some, many executives see financing work ahead
27 2018 | Viewed: 78 | Foreign experience | Read full
Fiat Chrysler to kill off diesel in all cars by 2022
Cost of complying with emissions rules and falling demand for fuel-type prompt phaseout
26 2018 | Viewed: 103 | Foreign experience | Read full
A banking centre seeks to reinvent itself
Switzerland embraces digital currencies and crypto-entrepreneurs
23 2018 | Viewed: 63 | Foreign experience | Read full
May braced for Unilever decision on headquarters
Anglo-Dutch group weighs consolidation in the Netherlands amid Brexit pressure
22 2018 | Viewed: 68 | Foreign experience | Read full
No Cash Signs Everywhere Has Sweden Worried It's Gone Too Far
No cash accepted signs are becoming an increasingly common sight in shops and eateries across Sweden as payments go digital and mobile
20 2018 | Viewed: 64 | Foreign experience | Read full
China is trying new ways of skimming housing-market froth
The party wants people to rent
20 2018 | Viewed: 86 | Foreign experience | Read full
SoftBank seeks to join Swiss Re board in $10bn stake talks
Japanese group looks to acquire up to 30 per cent share in reinsurer
19 2018 | Viewed: 542 | Foreign experience | Read full
In boost to reform, Saudi Arabia's cabinet approves bankruptcy law
Saudi Arabias cabinet has approved a bankruptcy law, sources familiar with the matter said on Sunday, giving a boost to efforts to make the kingdom more enticing to investors
19 2018 | Viewed: 72 | Foreign experience | Read full
Trump Embarks on a Gigantic Fiscal Experiment: Debate
Government usually tries to lower debt and deficits during economic expansions. Not this time
16 2018 | Viewed: 69 | Foreign experience | Read full
Only the beer gets drunk
Going out need no longer be a headache for teetotallers
16 2018 | Viewed: 113 | Foreign experience | Read full
EU tells Facebook, Google and Twitter to do more for users
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Europes justice commissioner told Facebook (FB.O), Twitter (TWTR.N) and Google (GOOGL.O) on Thursday to do more to bring their user terms in line with EU law, ramping up pressure on the tech giants after their efforts were deemed too little
16 2018 | Viewed: 69 | Foreign experience | Read full
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