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Partnership allows parties to impose internal taxes without distinction between country of origin: Bayoumi

Secretary general of the Egyptian European Association at the Ministry of Investment and International Cooperation Gamal Bayoumi said that the European side did not express any official objections on the government intending to pass the automotive development law, commonly known as the Automotive Development Strategy Directives, until now. Bayoumi told Daily News Egypt that the …

Ahmed Amer

Britain heads for ‘hard’ Brexit

Six months after the UK’s EU referendum and amid growing discontent, Prime Minister Theresa May has now outlined her plans for Britain’s future. Samira Shackle reports from London on the reactions.

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A 13 euro entry fee for the EU?

The EU is planning to massively increase its border controls. Those who want to enter have to register, or apply for a visa. The goal is more security, though EU citizens will be spared.

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Demand for e-cars and hybrids stagnates

Demand for alternative fuel vehicles in Europe remains stagnant. In the second quarter of 2016, new registrations only went up by 0.6 percent across the EU. That’s about 148,000 new e-cars spread across 28 member states.

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Serbia’s future is euroskeptic

A slight majority of young Serbs thinks their country should not join to the EU – a new development that is difficult to explain. But, disappointment and growing nationalism seem to play a role in the anti-EU posture.

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Refugees head to the EU through Belarus

The flood of refugees coming to the EU through the Belarus city of Brest is growing. One can see them in trains between Belarus and Poland every day. Where are these people coming from, and what are they looking for?

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