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World - Bolivia`s Morales on course for re-election in first round: poll

LA PAZ (Reuters) - President Evo Morales is cruising to an outright first-round victory in Bolivia`s Oct. 12 presidential election, with his nearest rival trailing by 46 percentage points, a new opinion poll showed on Wednesday. Morales is projected to win 59 percent of the vote in the first round, unchanged from polls in July and August, against 13 percent for Samuel Doria Medina, the Ipsos poll showed. Medina, a cement tycoon, was polling 17 percent in August. ...

Wednesday, October 01, 2014  16:10


World - Only Ukraine and EU can change trade deal, Barroso tells Putin

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Amendments to a EU-Ukraine trade deal at the centre of tensions between Russia and the West can only be agreed between Brussels and Kiev, the head of the European Commission has said. Russian President Vladimir Putin wants to see three-way negotiations to amend the accord, which Russia says will hurt its economy, and has threatened to curtail Ukraine`s access to Russian markets if Kiev implements the deal as it is. ...

Wednesday, October 01, 2014  13:26


World - Britain`s Hill starts ordeal in EU parliament

By Alastair Macdonald BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Britain`s controversial choice for the European Commission declared his support for closer European financial integration at the start of an expected tough confirmation hearing in the European Parliament on Wednesday. ...

Wednesday, October 01, 2014  12:50


World - European Commission extends probe into Gibraltar`s corporate tax regime

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Commission has extended the scope of its investigation into whether Gibraltar`s corporate tax regime favors certain companies, in breach of EU state aid rules. The EU executive will examine a practice which allows companies to ask for advance confirmation of whether certain income is subject to tax in the British colony, it said on Wednesday. Gibraltar is part of the EU through its ties to United Kingdom, although it is excluded from certain policy areas. ...

Wednesday, October 01, 2014  15:52


Business - EU regulator to give reasons for inquiry into Irish aid to Apple

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Commission will publish on Tuesday its reasons for opening an in-depth inquiry into Irish government aid to Apple , a Commission spokesman said. Antoine Colombani, spokesman for Competition Commissioner Joaquin Almunia, said the Commission would publish a `non-confidential version of its decision` to open the probe on Tuesday. The Commission announced in June it was investigating Ireland, the Netherlands and Luxembourg over deals they have cut with Apple, Starbucks and Fiat. (Reporting by Barbara Lewis; editing by Adrian Croft)

Monday, September 29, 2014  10:29


World - EU orders Germany to stop using banned car refrigerant

By Foo Yun Chee and Barbara Lewis BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Commission on Thursday ordered Germany to stop using a banned car refrigerant within two months or face court action and possible fines. The EU executive`s decision follows months of investigation by the Commission after German luxury carmaker Daimler refused to stop using a highly polluting coolant and won backing from German authorities. `The Commission sent today a formal request to Germany to take the necessary actions to apply the EU Directive on Mobile Air Conditioning,` the Commission said in a statement. ...

Thursday, September 25, 2014  12:42


World - Sweden`s incoming coalition to set up energy commission

STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Sweden`s Social Democrats said Wednesday they had agreed with junior coalition partner the Green Party to set up an energy commission, offering hope of reconciling their opposing views on nuclear policy. `We have an energy agreement,` Social Democrat leader Stefan Lofven told Swedish radio. `We want to have a broad discussion, undertake an analysis and reach a long-term agreement because that is necessary for the country.` `To have a long-term discussion that is going to lead somewhere, you shouldn`t start by saying we should go this way or that way. ...

Wednesday, October 01, 2014  14:03


Europe - UK`s Lord Hill faces key EU job test

The UK`s nominee to the European Commission for financial services oversight, Lord Hill, prepares for tough questioning in the European Parliament.

Wednesday, October 01, 2014  10:56


America - Mexico: Inquiry Set to Focus On Killings in Army Shootout

Mexico`s National Human Rights Commission said Tuesday that it was investigating the deaths of 22 people in a clash with the army in June.

Wednesday, October 01, 2014  04:13


Europe - Europeans Accuse Ireland of Giving Apple Illegal Tax Break

The commission laid out its preliminary case over Apple`s taxes in Ireland, and it told the country it may order it to collect huge amounts of back taxes.

Wednesday, October 01, 2014  02:03

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