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Brussels, 28/02/2013 - New commercial vehicle registrations further declined in January (-10.6%), pursuing a downward trend which prevailed throughout 2012...
EU antitrust regulators blocked Ryanair's third attempt to acquire Irish rival Aer Lingus on Wednesday (27 February), a ruling Europe's biggest low-cost airline called politically motivated and vowed to challenge in court.
The head of EU Trade Commissioner Karel De Gucht’s cabinet has told EurActiv that the bloc has many worries about a clean-tech trade war with China over unfair subsidisation of solar panels, but that its hands are tied.
Smoggy roads can be enough to make anyone scream, but they have also inspired Environment Commissioner Janez Potočnik to offer to write a song and perform it on stage in front of 1,000 people.
European Union lawmakers on Tuesday (26 February) backed a Commission plan to suspend for a year a law that would make all airlines using EU airports pay for their carbon emissions, and urged US President Barack Obama to accelerate a global deal.