Japan's MUFG to pay $615mn for Philippines and Indonesian businesses of PPF's consumer finance brand.
Government's belated proposal leaves out protection for anonymous whistleblowing or for whistleblowing of non-criminal transgressions.
Getting the CSTO to send military assistance to Armenia and to condemn Azerbaijan's attacks were two of Yerevan's fundamental demands going into the summit.
Hungarian premier Viktor Orban reiterated Hungary’s opposition to the EU’s efforts to raise cash for Ukraine on financial markets, and says its parliament will ratify Sweden and Finland's Nato membership in 'a month and something'.
Austria and Sweden are expected to veto enlargement of the Schengen are to Romania and Bulgaria at the EU Council meeting in December.
Ahead of Wales World Cup match, focus is again on whether Iranian players will sing national anthem.
Gazprom announced its biggest investment programme since 2014 of $35bn as the company prepares to embark on major capital-intensive work that may include new pipelines to Europe and China and suggests is may be expecting higher earnings from Europe.
But a contentious procurement law in the works has fuelled scepticism about government claims to be fighting corruption.
When their country was plunged into darkness, Moldovans joined Ukrainians in tweeting their defiance of Russia with the hashtag #withoutyou.
Budapest said to receive RRF funds but €7.5bn of Cohesion Funds will remain frozen.
Erdogan says ground offensive is next. Kurdish groups accuse Ankara of using Istanbul bombing as pretext for military incursion.
MEPs want accession completed by 2030 and a majority vote to approve new members, but say accession talks with Serbia should be halted if it doesn’t align with EU on sanctions.
Deal to ease tense situation in northern Kosovo, after EU High Commissioner Josep Borrell warned earlier this month of risk of a new conflict.
Ukraine braces for its worst winter since World War 2, Kyiv’s Mayor Vitali Klitschko said, as the country suffers another wave of virulent Russian strikes.
The European Commission released preliminary prices for the gas and oil price caps at a level that is more of a symbolic gesture than the stringent sanctions that will crush the Kremlin's budget that many were hoping for.
Ukraine, Romania, Croatia, and Slovakia protested against the gesture, which comes at a time Hungary faces growing isolation in Europe.
“Friendly separation” planned just two years after Enel announced €2bn investments in green energy projects in Romania.
Franchisee introduces indefinite closure of all restaurants. Supply issues are cited, but details are scarce.
Russia’s Gazprom announced on November 18 it would deliver up to 1bn cubic metres of natural gas to Azerbaijan between now and March under a new contract with the latter country’s state-owned oil firm SOCAR.
Precautionary and Liquidity Line to help Skopje address global shocks from the COVID-19 pandemic and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.