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US, Canada, European nations meet to discuss concern over Mexico energy policy
The United States, the European Union, Canada and six European nations have held joint talks on concerns over Mexico’s energy policy, sources told Reuters, as President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador pushes for a bigger role for the state in the sector.
European, US stocks slump as virus takes hold outside China
European and US stock markets slump heavily again as new coronavirus infections spread outside China.
Sustainability disclosures by European companies generally poor: Study
European corporate disclosures on climate change and other sustainability issues are generally poor, a study on Monday showed, as regional policymakers mull toughening up the rules.
Russia starts European gas deliveries through TurkStream pipeline to Turkey
Russia has started European gas deliveries through the new TurkStream pipeline to Turkey, Bulgaria's Bulgartransgaz said on Sunday, as Moscow looks to reduce shipments via Ukraine.
Major European investors urge EU to enshrine climate goal in law
European investors representing over six trillion euros in assets are calling on European Union governments to speed up efforts to enshrine the EU’s 2050 climate neutrality goal in law.
Zarif hails six European states' decision to join INSTEX
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif described as positive a recent decision by six European countries to join a trade mechanism designed to circumvent US sanctions against Iran, according to IRNA.
Six more European countries join INSTEX
Finland, Belgium, Denmark, Netherlands, Norway, and Sweden will join the INSTEX mechanism for trade with Iran, the six countries declared in a joint statement on Friday ahead of further talks between parties to the Iran nuclear deal in Vienna next week.
Germany damaging the European economy
By Maximilian Krahé & David Adler*
European auto industry calls for investments in hydrogen infrastructure amid Hyundai's hydrogen push
A European auto industry association on Saturday preached increased investment in much-needed hydrogen infrastructure as South Korea's Hyundai Motor Group makes an aggressive hydrogen push.
Failing to form a ‘European’ coalition Britain reverts to type by joining the USA
Britain’s decision to join the US “coalition” to supposedly “protect” shipping in the Persian Gulf, has not come as a surprise to observers.
Over 2,500 European terrorists unaccounted for: EU Commission
The European Commission has announced that more than 2500 persons, who had once left various European countries to join the Daesh terrorist group in Iraq or Syria, are currently unaccounted for.
European industry shows signs of life as output beats estimates
Europe’s economy got a shot in the arm on Friday with a report showing the biggest jump in industrial production in four months.
France urges European countries to invest to avert slowdown
European countries need to take action by investing to head off a slowdown in growth, a French Finance Ministry official said on Saturday.
European Film Week 2019 begins in eight Iranian cities concurrently
European Film Week 2019 began concurrently in eight Iranian cities on Monday, a local official of the Kish Free Zone Organization, Kish Island in southern Iran, said on Monday.

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