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  • ECB's Draghi tells European leaders: hurry investment and reform

    The president of the European Central Bank urged the region's leaders on Thursday to speed along a new EU investment plan and renewed his calls for economic reform. At a meeting of European Union leaders including Germany's Angela Merkel and France's...
  • Capital for EU investment fund not to clash with EU fiscal rules: EU summit

    The European Commission told European Union leaders on Thursday it would treat favourably any capital governments inject into an EU investment fund when it assesses every country's compliance with EU fiscal rules, conclusions of the summit showed. "The...
  • EU leaders seek to overcome hostility to U.S. trade deal

    EU leaders defended plans for the world's biggest trade deal with the United States, seeking on Thursday to counter hostility in Europe and clear the way for the accord to be agreed by the end of 2015. The European Union and the United States have...
  • EU leaders agree investment package to boost economy

    European Union leaders endorsed a new investment programme intended to kick-start economic growth in the bloc at a summit in Brussels, which its chairman said would end late on Thursday, half a day earlier than planned. "We agreed three things: one, we...
  • Officials: US will have embassy in Havana soon

    WASHINGTON The U.S. hasn't had an embassy in Cuba for more than 50 years, but establishing one may not take much time. Although President Barack Obama's decision Wednesday to normalize relations with the Castro government in Havana upends long-standing...
  • EU agrees deal to cap bank card payment fees

    European Union governments have agreed to cap the fees retailers pay to process debit and credit card transactions in a move the EU parliament said should bring down costs for customers. Negotiators from European governments and the economic committee of...
  • EU says Ukraine needs $15 billion, has limited ability to help

    The International Monetary Fund estimates Ukraine needs another $15 billion in financing to withstand an economic crisis but the European Union has only limited capacity to help, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said on Wednesday....
  • Peru climate change talks slowed by clashes of rich and poor nations

    International climate talks in Lima, Peru, are entering their final week, with few hints of whether a newfound optimism that marked the start of negotiations will ultimately translate into an agreement that would rein in climate change. Convened by...
  • Legal fight over California's unique art-sales law nears climax

    Legal fight over California's unique art-sales law nears climax
    Past and future paydays for American artists were at stake in a Pasadena courtroom Tuesday as a group of them tried to salvage a special privilege that only California confers: the right to pocket a 5% royalty whenever a California collector or gallery...
  • Pakistan angry at school killings, moves to execute convicted terrorists

    PESHAWAR, Pakistan Pakistan's government lifted a moratorium on executing convicted terrorists Wednesday and sought Afghanistan's help to find the mastermind of Tuesday's murderous attack on an army-run school in the northern city of Peshawar, as the...
  • U.S. oil output growth to slow as global prices sink: Obama adviser

    The United States will continue to boost oil production but falling global prices will slow down the pace, President Barack Obama's chief economic adviser said on Sunday. "Even at a lower price of oil we are going to continue to see an increase in the...