EU hands out €546 million in cartel fines - BP predicts oil demand peak in late 2030s - Latvian lenders call on ECB to fix banking scandal
If US President Donald Trump elects to pull out of the nuclear deal with Iran, Germany's business sector is likely to suffer. But even without the threats from Washington, Berlin's trade with Tehran lacks momentum.
A Latvian bank is accused of funneling billions to North Korea while the country's top bank official is alleged to have taken bribes. However, European Central Bank authorities raised no alarms. Teri Schultz reports.
Brussels and Tehran want to ensure the nuclear deal's survival, despite Washington's withdrawal. What will delegates be discussing at their meeting with Iran's foreign minister? DW's Bernd Riegert reports.
The EU has drafted business safeguards to salvage the Iran nuclear deal, including prohibiting firms from complying with US sanctions and sending money to Iran's central bank. Experts doubt such efforts will be enough.
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