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‘Zero effect’, if EU asks to stop trade with Russia – Brazil
Brazil has not received a request from the EU to halt increasing exports to Russia, but if it does, Brasilia wouldn’t care, Ambassador Antonio Jose Vallim Guerreiro told a news conference in Moscow Thursday.

21.08.2014 11:37

Ebola crisis: Air France crews call for flight cancellations
The union behind Air France has launched a petition to immediately stop flights to Ebola-hit countries until the virus is under control, as fears flare up over the largest epidemic the world has ever seen.

20.08.2014 06:57

Poland enlists EU help to launch WTO complaint over Russia food embargo
Poland’s Economic Ministry has sent the European Commission a request to launch an official complaint to the WTO to examine Russia’s EU food embargo.

19.08.2014 19:38

​Energy ballet: Iran, Russia and 'Pipelineistan'
A fascinating nuclear/energy ballet involving Iran, Russia, the US and the EU is bound to determine much of what happens next in the new great game in Eurasia.

19.08.2014 13:21

​‘They want their war and they want it now!’
If you are playing a game of chess, and the next moves you are considering all inexorably lead to your king falling into checkmate, then you have only two options: you either topple your king and graciously accept defeat, or…

19.08.2014 11:18

Russia’s fresh food safety authority intercepts European supplies through Belarus
​Russia's fresh food safety watchdog, Rosselkhoznadzor, said it has blocked supplies of some banned agricultural products which sanctioned countries like Poland and Greece tried to re-export through Belarus.

19.08.2014 07:39

​What does CETA, the ‘Wayne Gretzky of trade deals,’ hold for Europe?
A couple of weeks ago the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung claimed that Germany was refusing to sign off the Comprehensive and Economic Trade Agreement (CETA).

19.08.2014 09:33

​Europe’s reboot: Reform or die
Sooner or later EU denial must give way to gut-wrenching reform. The longer the delay, the greater the pain for the Lost Generation.

19.08.2014 09:30

Bulgaria halts South Stream gas pipeline project for second time
All operations on Russia’s Gazprom-led project South Stream have been suspended, as they do not meet the requirements of the European Commission, Bulgaria’s Ministry of Economy and Energy said on its website.

18.08.2014 16:58

European recovery is a sweet fairy tale
Recent EU data shows the economy is increasingly dead on arrival despite repeated claims from Brussels that recovery is at hand.

18.08.2014 10:03

Europe unveils €125mn in ‘exceptional support’ to food producers
The European Commission said it will provide up to €125 million from Monday till the end of November to compensate food producers coping with Moscow’s food ban.

18.08.2014 11:10

​European companies ask to ship blacklisted food through Switzerland to Russia
Some European food producers have reportedly asked Switzerland to provide an alternative supply corridor for goods embargoed by Russia.

18.08.2014 06:28

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