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EU wants €318 million of unduly spent money back
France farmApril 9, 2014 ET
A total of €318 million of EU agricultural policy funds, unduly spent by member states, is being claimed back by the European Commission under the so-called clearance of accounts procedure.
Latvian government thinks about Ruhrgas' stake in Latvijas gaze
Latvijas gazeApril 9, 2014 ET
The Latvian government could decide by the beginning of May whether to buy German company E.ON Ruhrgas' stake in the gas supply company Latvijas gaze, Economy Minister Vjaceslavs Dombrovskis (Reform Party) told the TV3 television, reports LETA.
Abu Dhabi and UK to fight maritime piracy
Maritime piracyApril 9, 2014 ET
Abu Dhabi Ports Company (ADPC) has extended its collaboration with the United Kingdom Maritime Trade Operations (UKMTO) to continue its efforts to fight maritime piracy within the region.
'European eyes', Copernicus, in space
Sentinel 1A CopernicusApril 9, 2014 ET
Sentinel 1A, the first satellite dedicated to the EU's Earth observation programme Copernicus, was put into orbit after a successful launch from Europe's spaceport at Kourou, French Guiana.
Puerto Rico wants to be investment bridge to U.S. and Latam
Puerto RicoApril 9, 2014 ET
Puerto Rico's government is pushing a strategic plan to transform the Caribbean island into an investment bridge from Spain to the United States and Latin America.
South Korea, Australia finalise FTA arrangements
South Korea AustraliaApril 9, 2014 ET
South Korea and Australia have undergone plenty of obstacles before the conclusion of negotiations for a free trade agreement (FTA). Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott also welcomed Korea's interest in the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Jordanian economy slowly improving
JordanApril 8, 2014 ET
The Jordanian economy has shown consistent improvement in some of its main indicators in 2013. On the other hand, the daily lives of Jordanians still falls far short of ideal conditions, and has not improved accordingly.
UK seeks to boost exports with new BoE rules
George OsborneApril 8, 2014 ET
United Kingdom announced new measures to help exporters raise financing as the government seeks to add more balance to an economic recovery reliant on domestic demand.
Fitch rates Sri Lanka's U.S. dollar bond at BB-(EXP)
Sri LankaApril 8, 2014 ET
Fitch Ratings has assigned Sri Lanka's forthcoming US dollar-denominated global bonds due 2019 an expected rating of BB-(EXP). The final rating is contingent on the receipt of final documentation conforming to information already received.
Norway's oil fund is not ready for new types of assets
Siv JensenApril 8, 2014 ET
Norway's $860 billion oil fund, the world's biggest sovereign wealth fund, is not ready to invest in new types of assets and needs a year to study whether to buy infrastructure or unlisted assets, Finance Minister Siv Jensen told reporters.
Kuwait to donate $1 billion to Egypt
Kuwait EgyptApril 7, 2014 ET
Kuwait is donating the equivalent of $1 billion to Egypt, according to information supplied by the Egyptian ambassador in Kuwait, Salem Al-Zamanan, and published on newspaper Al Ahram.
China, UK launch study on African trade
Africa tradeApril 7, 2014 ET
China and the United Kingdom launched a joint study to explore the potential of enhancing the trade performance of African countries and its development impact.
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