• Chinese sweetener imports face EU dumping probe China #EU #dumping

  • Xinyi PV appeals EU import duties on Chinese solar glass #EU #solar #China

  • Intel challenges EU court ruling in chip-rebate case #Intel #EU #antitrust

  • CFTC reviewing options to Gensler's cross-border advisory as deadline nears #CFTC #finance

  • CFTC's Wetjen wants 'bright lines' in position-limits rule #CFTC #finance

  • Saudi Arabia revision may end probe into oil country tubular goods from three countries #Trade

  • Obama administration abandons plan to revamp trade classifications #Trade #US

  • Chinese sweetener imports face EU dumping probe #China #EU #trade #dumping

  • Italian state support for photovoltaics raises EU questions #EU #Italy #energy

  • EU energy rules to stop sales of high-powered vacuum cleaners #EU #energy

  • EU to finalize energy-subsidies report next month #EU #energy

  • Complaint over Google news snippets rejected in Germany #Google #EU #antitrust

  • Irish watchdog weighs paying broadcasters if 700MHz band goes to mobile operators #Ireland #Telecoms

  • Germany, other states risk EU crackdown on mobile call rates #EU #Germany #telecoms

  • Complaint over Google news snippets rejected in Germany #Google #Germany #EU #antitrust

  • ITC finds steel pipe from six countries causes material injury to US market #Trade

  • EU energy rules to stop sales of high-powered vacuum cleaners #EU #energy

  • EU to finalize energy-subsidies report next month #EU #energy

  • EU Commission stands by environmental guidelines for shale-gas industry #EU #energy #shale

  • Telecom disruption should be embraced, EU report says #Telecoms #EU


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