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The UK does not owe the EU any money over Brexit: Pro

Liam Halligan, author of 'Clean Brexit,' weighs in on Brexit negotiations.


EU governments must be prepared for higher interest rates: Pro

AmCham Germany President Bernhard Mattes speaks about the European economy and the upcoming German election.


Doing in business in China has become unpredictable

While there has been rhetoric in China about opening up, European companies are still waiting for action to be taken, says Mats Harborn, president of the EU Chamber of Commerce in China.


'Europe cannot accept' tax loopholes for American internet companies, says EU commissioner

The EU commissioner said American internet companies often don't pay their "fair share" of European taxes.


We aren't against digital economy, but companies should pay their fair share: EU's Pierre Moscovici

Pierre Moscovici, EU commissioner for economic and financial affairs, taxation and customs, discusses the European Commission's plan to raise taxes on tech giants.


Big parties in Germany support the EU: Federation of German Industries

Dieter Kempf, president of the Federation of German Industries (BDI), says that there is good reason to be optimistic about the future of the EU.


EU has to be strengthened in major areas: German opposition leader

Christian Lindner, leader of Germany's Free Democratic Party (FDP), speaks about the European Union and the Greek debt crisis.


BDI president: Good reason to be optimistic about the future of the EU

The European Union is re-gathering economic speed "despite the subject of Brexit," Federation of German Industries (BDI) President Dieter Kempf told CNBC.


EU puts ‘tragic’ Brexit moment out of its focus, but it cannot forget it

In a key six-thousand-word speech, the European Union mentioned the United Kingdom once and avoided the word Brexit.


Here is Juncker’s list of demands as he sets out roadmap for EU growth

The European Union is in its strongest position in a decade, but it must act quickly to capitalize on this and avoid past shortcomings, the President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker has said.