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End-of-year government budget deficit at 2.88 pct of GDP, same as in 2017

End-of-year government budget deficit at 2.88 pct of GDP, same as in 2017.Romania closed 2018 with a general consolidated budget deficit of 2.88 percent of GDP, the same as in 2017, shows data released by the...
'19Jan
29

End-of-year government budget deficit at 2.88 pct of GDP, same as in 2017

End-of-year government budget deficit at 2.88 pct of GDP, same as in 2017.Romania closed 2018 with a general consolidated budget deficit of 2.88 percent of GDP, the same as in 2017, shows data released by the...
'19Jan
28

British retailers warn of food shortages in event of no-deal Brexit

Email By Europe bureau chiefSamantha Hawley andJack Hawke Posted January 29, 2019 08:06:27 Photo: Fast...
'19Jan
28

Wargaming for Brexit as May’s Government Faces More Setbacks

British officials are war-gaming various strategies for coping with the disruption of Britain leaving the European Union without an exit deal, including declaring a state of emergency and martial law to avert...
'19Jan
28

Shoppers face food shortages and price rises under a no-deal Brexit, warn supermarket chiefs

Britons could face significant disruption to the supply of food if Theresa May fails to strike a Brexit deal with Brussels, leading retailers have warned.Some of the country's biggest supermarkets and restaurant...
'19Jan
28

Iran likely to boost cyber espionage efforts as ties with West worsen, EU agency says

Iran is likely to expand its cyber espionage activities as its relations with Western powers worsen, the European Union digital security agency said on Monday. ...
'19Jan
28

Iran likely to boost cyber espionage efforts as ties with West worsen, EU agency says

Iran is likely to expand its cyber espionage activities as its relations with Western powers worsen, the European Union digital security agency said on Monday. ...
'19Jan
28

EU agency says Iran likely to step up cyber espionage

BRUSSELS: Iran is likely to expand its cyber espionage activities as its relations with Western powers worsen, the European Union digital security agency said on Monday.Iranian hackers are behind several...
'19Jan
28

EU agency says Iran likely to step up cyber espionage

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Iran is likely to expand its cyber espionage activities as its relations with Western powers worsen, the European Union digital security agency said on Monday. FILE PHOTO: A man holds a laptop...
'19Jan
28

Europe’s Jews will continue to emigrate, causing their voice to grow ever-weaker

Daniel PipesNote the contrast: when Matteo Salvini, Italy’s interior minister recently visited Jerusalem, which he hailed as the capital of Israel, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called him a “great friend of...

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