The European Union and the U.S. officially launched far-reaching negotiations on a trans-Atlantic free trade and investment agreement today that could boost their combined economies by as much as $280 billion a year.
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17 Jun 2013
05 Jun 2013
The European Commission has concluded that Latvia has achieved a “high degree” of sustainable economic convergence with the euro area and has subsequently proposed that...
30 May 2013
North Europe’s import volume in 2013 is projected to decrease by 8.9 percent to 12.2 million 20-foot-equivalent units...
16 May 2013
The European Union’s trade surplus expanded to €15.8 billion (appoximately US$20.4 billion) in March....
15 May 2013
In March, Germany exported €94.6 billion (about US$121.8 billion) worth of goods and imported $97.6 billion worth of goods.
18 Apr 2013
Croatia is on track to become the European Union’s 28th member state on July 1, according to EU member states in their last resolution before the nation is scheduled to join.
28 Mar 2013
Cyprus sought to play down fears that its financial crisis would hit the Mediterranean island’s large shipping registry and the ship-management industry.
27 Feb 2013
Norbert Dentressangle reported its net income in 2012 was €74.7 million (about US$97.8 million), jumping 18 percent year-over-year from $82.9 million.
25 Feb 2013
The North European edition of the Global Port Tracker predicted that total European imports will decrease by 3.2 percent to 20.2 million 20-foot-equivalent units in 2013, while exports are forecasted to rise...
15 Feb 2013
During 2012, the 17-member eurozone trade in goods recorded a surplus of 81.8 billion euros (about US$109.3 billion), compared with a $21.0 billion deficit in 2011, according to Eurostat...