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EU Commission resists May's Brexit delay date of June 30: document

20 Mar 2019

BRUSSELS The European Commission opposes extending British membership of the European Union to June 30 as Prime Minister Theresa May proposed on Wednesday, according to a document seen by Reuters.

EU Commission resists May's Brexit delay date of June 30: document

20 Mar 2019

BRUSSELS The European Commission opposes extending British membership of the European Union to June 30 as Prime Minister Theresa May proposed on Wednesday, according to a document seen by Reuters.

EU says no more Brexit talks with UK, risk of no-deal increased

12 Mar 2019

BRUSSELS The European Union will not negotiate Brexit again, it said on Tuesday, after Britain's parliament rejected the divorce package for a second time in a vote that made a chaotic no-deal scenario more likely.

EU says no more Brexit talks with UK, risk of no-deal increased

12 Mar 2019

BRUSSELS The European Union will not negotiate Brexit again, it said on Tuesday, after Britain's parliament rejected the divorce package for a second time in a vote that made a chaotic no-deal scenario more likely.

Euro zone budget to support reforms, investment with grants and loans

11 Mar 2019

BRUSSELS A future euro zone budget should support structural reforms and investment in euro zone countries with grants and loans, the chairman of euro zone finance ministers Mario Centeno said on Monday, summing up discussions among European Union ministers.

EU finance ministers to discuss how to spend a future euro zone budget

08 Mar 2019

BRUSSELS European Union finance ministers will discuss on Monday how to spend a euro zone budget they seek to create in the future, with focus on support for structural reforms and investment, euro zone officials involved in the preparation of the talks said.

Reinventing the wheel? Macron's EU reform proposals win polite support

05 Mar 2019

BRUSSELS A call by French President Emmanuel Macron for reforms of the European Union to pave the way to a "European renaissance" won mainly just polite support on Tuesday from other EU leaders.

Reinventing the wheel? Macron's EU reforms win polite support

05 Mar 2019

BRUSSELS, March 5 A call by French President Emmanuel Macron for reforms of the European Union to pave the way to a "European renaissance" won mainly just polite support on Tuesday from other European leaders.

Italy has excessive economic imbalances, a risk to euro zone: EU

27 Feb 2019

BRUSSELS Italy is facing excessive economic imbalances and the policies of its government are making matters worse, posing a threat to other euro zone countries, the European Commission said on Wednesday.

Italy has excessive economic imbalances, a risk to euro zone -EU

27 Feb 2019

BRUSSELS, Feb 27 Italy's economy is facing excessive imbalances and policies of its government are making matters worse, which also poses a threat to other euro zone countries, the European Commission said on Wednesday.

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