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Cambodia talks fail to end trade sanction threat, EU says

19 Oct 2018

BRUSSELS Cambodia failed on Friday to allay criticisms of authoritarianism and rights abuses that threaten the country's duty-free trading access to the European Union, the EU's top diplomat said after talks with its premier.

Cambodia talks fail to end trade sanction threat, EU says

19 Oct 2018

BRUSSELS Cambodia failed on Friday to allay criticisms of authoritarianism and rights abuses that threaten the country's duty-free trading access to the European Union, the EU's top diplomat said after talks with its premier.

EU signs Singapore trade deal, urges China to open up

19 Oct 2018

BRUSSELS The European Union signed a free-trade deal with Singapore at a summit with Asian leaders on Friday and pressed China to allow greater foreign investment in its economy, but ran into familiar resistance from Beijing over state subsidies.

EU cultivates Asian leaders on trade, climate in message to Trump

18 Oct 2018

BRUSSELS The European Union sought Asian support for free trade, the Iran nuclear deal and fighting global warming at a regional summit on Thursday that included China, Japan and Russia as a counterbalance to a more protectionist United States.

Beyond Brexit: EU fetes Asian leaders in message to Trump

18 Oct 2018

BRUSSELS The European Union will seek Asian support for free trade, the Iran nuclear deal and combating global warming at a regional summit on Thursday that includes China, Japan and Russia as a counterbalance to a more protectionist United States.

EU leaders to seek cyber sanctions, press Asia for action: draft statements

17 Oct 2018

BRUSSELS The European Union should agree a sanctions law to target computer hackers by early next year, the bloc's leaders are set to say on Thursday and will also seek a pledge from Russia and China to help stop cyber attacks, internal EU documents show.

EU leaders to seek cyber sanctions, press Asia for action -draft statements

17 Oct 2018

BRUSSELS, Oct 17 The European Union should agree a sanctions law to target computer hackers by early next year, the bloc's leaders are set to say on Thursday and will also seek a pledge from Russia and China to help stop cyber attacks, internal EU documents show.

NATO cyber command to be fully operational in 2023

16 Oct 2018

MONS, Belgium A new NATO military command centre to deter computer hackers should be fully staffed in 2023 and able to mount its own cyber attacks but the alliance is still grappling with ground rules for doing so, a senior general said on Tuesday.

Britain, Baltics seek Italian support for EU cyber sanctions

15 Oct 2018

LUXEMBOURG A European Union sanctions plan to punish computer hackers is not directed at Russia or any one single country, Lithuania's foreign minister said on Monday, as Italy came under pressure from a group of EU members states to back the proposal.

Britain, Baltics seek Italian support for EU cyber sanctions

15 Oct 2018

LUXEMBOURG, Oct 15 A European Union sanctions plan to punish computer hackers is not directed at Russia or any one single country, Lithuania's foreign minister said on Monday, as Italy came under pressure from a group of EU members states to back the proposal.

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