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Russian S-400s due in Turkey in July, despite US opposition

Russia will start the controversial delivery of the S-400 missile defence systems to Turkey in July, the head of Russian state arms exporter Rosoboronexport said, even though Washingon has threatened sanctions if the deal goes through.
Competition 05-09-2012

Switzerland tops economic competitiveness survey

Switzerland has the world's most competitive economy for the fourth year running, according to the World Economic Forum's annual survey published today (5 September). The lowest ranked EU country is Greece at 96th.
Trade & Society 30-08-2012

Europe’s fragmented digital market holding back recovery: Report

Europe has failed to create the right "ecosystem" that would encourage the creation of new ICT companies and sub-sectors, holding back the continent's post-crisis recovery, says a new study from the Brussels-based think tank Bruegel.
Regional Policy 25-07-2012

Arctic expert: Greenland could re-join the EU in a generation

Greenland joined the European Economic Community with Denmark in 1973 but left in 1985 due to quarrels over commercial fishing regulations. With Greenland facing new export potential and possible independence from Denmark, the EU must play a pragmatic and constructive role to secure the island’s development, Damien Degeorges says in an interview with EURACTIV.

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