China Ambassador Zhang on relations with EU, Trade War, Tariffs
China's Ambassador to the European Union Zhang Ming discusses his country's relationship with the U.S. and the EU, the trade war, tariffs, and Chinese President Xi Jinping's upcoming visit to Europe. He speaks with Bloomberg's Maria Tadeo in Brussels.
When in Rome, do as the Chinese do
If it goes ahead, Rome's recognition of China's Belt and Road Initiative would expose the depth of the cracks in EU unity. It comes ahead of a meeting to decide on the bloc's stance on China amid US pressure.
Boeing's lost $24 Billion in market cap in two days
Boeing’s crisis of confidence continues with a growing number of countries and airline carriers suspending flights of the 737 Max 8 aircraft. The suspensions include the governments of the EU, China, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, India and Malaysia. But not the U.S. yet.
Washington restores status of EU mission to US
The US has put an end to its dispute with the EU over diplomatic protocol and praised the bloc as "one of America's most valuable partners." The perceived snub had caused friction earlier in the year.
EU looks to add Saudi Arabia to 'dirty-money' blacklist
The EU's dirty-money blacklist should be widened to include Saudi Arabia, Nigeria and Panama, the European Commission has urged. The proposal still hinges on approval by the European Parliament and EU member states.
Could EU energy security be guaranteed without Nord Stream 2?
Political arguments concerning the EU's energy security are dominating the current row over whether the Russia-led gas pipeline project Nord Stream 2 should go ahead. But could the bloc do without the extra supplies?
Greece approves Macedonia name change
Amid widespread protests, the Greek parliament has ratified a deal that would allow Macedonia to pursue EU membership. Many Greeks are still angry, saying the deal paves the way for Macedonia to claim Greek territory.
EU leaders react to UK's Brexit vote
After UK lawmakers rejected Theresa May's Brexit deal, German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said that "the time for playing games is now over" and a solution was needed. Other EU leaders also demanded clarity from London.