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Trade tariff reprieve boosts European shares

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Trade tariff reprieve boosts European shares

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EU seeks mini-trade detente with US

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EU states have agreed to open trade talks with the US in a bid to rebuild relations with their oldest partner on the world stage.

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[Ticker] New EU pipeline law lets Nord Stream 2 off the hook

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Gas pipelines from "third countries", such as Russia, will have to follow EU anti-monopoly law on their offshore sections, but only in the territorial waters of EU states under a new directive adopted by member states Monday. The diluted law allows Germany and Russia to operate the new Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline, most of which lies outside EU waters in the Baltic Sea, as they see fit bilaterally.

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[Ticker] EU states sign off new CO2 rules for cars and vans

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The EU's agriculture ministers rubber-stamped a new regulation on the future of cars on Monday, on behalf of their environment colleagues. The new regulation was the result and was already agreed by in the European Parliament. Cars that are sold in the EU in 2030 will have to be 37.5% cleaner in terms of CO2 emissions, compared to 2021.

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[Ticker] EU copyright law receives final approval

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More than 2.5 years after the European Commission proposed it, the directive on copyright was given the final approval by member states in the Council of the EU on Monday. was the subject of intense debate and lobbying, with fears that the rules, meant to protect creators, could inadvertently stifle free speech. EU countries have two years to transpose the directive into national law.

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[Ticker] Centre-left narrowly wins Finnish elections

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The centre-left Social Democrats (SDP) won Sunday's elections in Finland by a narrow margin. The SDP received 17.7% of votes, closely followed by the far-right Finns Party (17.5%). The Centre Party (13.8%) of outgoing prime minister Juhu Sipila suffered a considerable defeat, losing a third of its supporters, and falling behind its junior coalition partner, the centre-right National Coalition Party (17%). Finland will be the EU presidency from 1 July.

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[Interview] Vestager: Race for EU top job is 'no issue' outside Brussels

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'Most people I talk to they are not so keen on who is who in Brussels,' said EU commissioner for competition Margrethe Vestager.

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Former diplomats urge EU to draw red line on Israel

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The EU ought to tell the US their partnership on Israel is over if Trump endorses Israeli annexation of Palestinian territories, former top diplomats from all over Europe have said.

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[Opinion] It's time for progressives to save Europe. Again.

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The president of the Party of European Socialists explains their manifesto, the New Social Contract for Europe, for the May European elections.

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Article 13: UK helps push through new EU copyright rules

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The UK supports a final vote in favour of new online copyright rules, but some EU nations objected.

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