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EU executive says "significant" differences in Brexit talks
Britain left the EU in January and is in a standstill transition period with the bloc to give the two sides time to forge a new relationship on everything from trade to security.
India allows additional 3,569 tonne sugar exports to US
India, the world's second-biggest producer and the largest consumer of sugar, has a p...
UK to end quarantine for travelers from 'low-risk' countries
The British government said Friday it is scrapping a 14-day quarantine rule for ...
Pakistani citizens disallowed to enter EU as the continent gears to open up
Citizens of Brazil, Qatar, the US and Russia will only be able to enter Europe at a later date once their cases subside. In March, when cases were rising in Europe, US President Donald Trump had banned most EU citizens from entering the United States in a bid to curb the outbreak there.
U.S. and EU must face down China "threat", Mike Pompeo says
The United States and the European Union need a shared understanding of China to resist it, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Thursday, calling Beijing a threat and accusing it of robbing European know-how to develop its economy.
India urges European Union to reduce non-tariff barriers on food
India insists maximum residue level limits on some food products are much higher than those set by standard setting agencies such as CODEX; $40.7 billion exports till Dec 2019.
AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine likely to protect for a year: CEO
AstraZeneca said on Saturday that it had signed contracts with France, Germany, Italy and the Netherlands to supply the European Union with up to 400 million doses of the potential vaccine.
India adds checks to rice exports to European Union
The commerce and industry ministry on Thursday amended the export policy for Basmati and non-Basmati rice from ‘free’ to outbound shipments subject to certificates issued by Export Inspection Council (EIC).
Britain unveils plans to impose EU border checks in stages
The government said for the first six months of 2021 the new requirements would be introduced in stages, recognising the impact of COVID-19 as companies prepare for new customs systems with Britain's biggest trading partner.
China, Russia are spreading coronavirus misinformation: EU
China and Russia were blamed for spewing out false and misleading online information about Covid-19 in a European Union report that seeks to stem the “unprecedented” spread of fake news amid the pandemic.
US bans PIA operations over dubious licences issue: Report
The decision has been taken after 262 Pakistani pilots were grounded, whose licences the Aviation Minister Ghulam Sarwar Khan had termed “dubious” in the National Assembly.
India to push for totalisation pact with US next week
The dialogue will be chaired by commerce and industry minister Piyush Goyal and US Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross. India has been pushing social security pact with the US for almost a decade now. The pact would exempt temporary Indian workers from contributions to social security.
Diesel customers can sue VW where they bought cars, rules EU court
The European court found that the place where the damage occurred was where the cars were bought from a third party, in this case, Austria.
UK car sector axes 2,000 jobs as sales slump
Car showrooms in England reopened this week as the UK government eased COVID-19 lockdown measures that have slammed the brakes on the industry. However, UK car dealership Lookers on Thursday said it would axe about 1,500 jobs and shut 12 showrooms.
Pope urges fractured European Union to find unity over coronavirus
The pandemic has put new strains on the unity of the 27-member bloc, again exposing splits between the richer north and the poorer south.