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European Commission Considers a CFIUS-like Framework for Screening Foreign Investments

On September 13, 2017, the European Commission published the draft of the EU regulation establishing a common European framework for the review of incoming foreign direct investment (FDI), akin to the process in the US administered by Committee on Foreign Investment in the US (CFIUS).… Continue Reading

WTO Says EU Has Failed to Comply With Airbus Ruling

On 22 September, the World Trade Organisation (WTO) announced that the EU had failed to eliminate illegal aid to Airbus, handing US rival Boeing one of the biggest triumphs on the global stage in its 12-year battle with Airbus. The WTO stated that the EU and Britain, France, Germany and Spain had failed to comply with earlier rulings against … Continue Reading

EU Powers Sent Letter to UNSC over Iranian Missile Launches

The UK, along with France, Germany and the US have criticised Iran for its recent missiles tests. In a joint letter to Spain’s UN ambassador and UN chief Ban Ki-moon, the group of countries accused Iran of defying a UN Security Council resolution by launching nuclear-capable missiles. The tests have reignited discussions over EU and US sanctions. The situation … Continue Reading
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