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BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Sixteen months after elections, Belgium may finally have a new government as King Philippe on Wednesday tasked the caretaker finance minister and the leader of the Francophone Socialist Party with forming a ruling coalition.
PETALING JAYA: With the loan moratorium ending in a week’s time, businesses in the construction industry -- with affected cash flow -- are calling for government intervention.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Britain needs to take negotiations more seriously with the European Union if London wants a deal on future trade ties after Brexit, Germany said on Tuesday.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Union governments may be allowed to grant more state aid to projects that help the bloc achieve its climate goals, Europe's antitrust chief Margrethe Vestager said on Tuesday, calling such an incentive a "green bonus".
The European Union's bet on advanced technologies to help its companies and the economy recover from the coronavirus pandemic faces hurdles ahead, held back by the uneven digital pace across the 27-country block, the EU's budget watchdog warned on Sept 22.
Europe’s top court on Sept 22 gave its backing to European cities cracking down on short-term rentals of private homes to solve a housing crunch, dealing a setback to homesharing site Airbnb.
US app maker Blix on Sept 21 took its fight against Apple to Europe as it laid out its grievances against the iPhone maker to EU antitrust chief Margrethe Vestager, saying that Apple is not playing fair.
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BUTTERWORTH: The construction industry in Malaysia has suffered up to RM11.6 billion in losses every month since the nationwide Movement Control Order (MCO) began on March 18.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union's chief executive laid out ambitious goals on Wednesday to ensure that the bloc is more resilient and united to confront futures crises after the coronavirus pandemic, which has plunged Europe into its deepest recession in history.