European Commission

Result: 1- 8 out of 43 Article found

2.4 billion euro fine against Google will benefit EU citizens: Commissioner

European Commission has accused the world’s most popular internet search engine of giving an advantage to its Google Shopping service. Google Shopping shows the images and prices of products in response to shopping-related searches when someone uses the search engine.

Angela Merkel, Merkel, Brexit, Brexit deal, brexit summit, EU, Theresa May, world news

Angela Merkel wary of business over-dependence on China

In an interview with weekly magazine WirtschaftsWoche, Merkel said Europe needed to be wary about opening its markets to products that had been developed with public subsidies in China and should demand reciprocity on access to public tenders.

EU antitrust regulators, Alphabet's Google, European Commission officials, Commission crosshairs, promotion of own shopping service, expense of services of rivals, Android mobile operating system, blocking rivals, online search rivals, online ad search, breaching EU anti trust rules, Technology, Technology news

EU antitrust regulators to conclude Google antitrust cases in next few months

EU antitrust regulators will rule in the “next few months” whether Alphabet’s Google abused its dominance of internet searches and other areas.

Digital India to focus equally on content development and infrastructural aspects

This is to ensure that the project isn’t delayed beyond 2019, the scheduled deadline, as users and operators come to grips with the e-enterprise.

Religious intolerance ‘matter of concern’, says former European Commission chief

Barroso’s remarks come within days of US President Barack Obama’s comments on religious tolerance in India.

Greek leader starts talks with EU debt supervisor

Tsipras was welcomed at European Commission, one of the three main institutions supervising Greece’s finances

EU investigates tax rulings on Apple, Starbucks, Fiat

Fiat declined to comment and Starbucks was not immediately available for comment.

Eurozone worry lines

In Greece, investment is just 35 per cent of what it was in 2007, and austerity has seriously affected the quality of education and healthcare.

Davos dilemma: how to help, not harm, world’s fragile recovery

The risks policymakers face are slower US growth, euro zone deflation and bad loans in China.

‘Country cousins’ at its door,EU fears the knocks

Romania,Bulgaria are set to gain full access to the job market,welfare systems of Europe next year.

UK introduces tougher English test for migrants

Claimants will have to prove they were genuinely looking for work before they came to Britain.

India-EU trade pact headed for cold storage

Insurance bill unlikely to assuage EU concerns.

EU moots funding backstop for non-euro zone banks

Helping hand: The fund will be for non-euro zone states with balance of payments problems

Varsities eye EU rankings to improve standing

The UGC,which has been pushing for a new ranking system since 2010,has written to all universities to actively participate in U-Multirank

Indian carriers may face ban in EU airports

Air China and Air India were among 10 Chinese and Indian airlines facing the prospect of fines.