Travelers irked by laptop flight ban - EU-China Investment - EU-Japan Trade Deal
A survey released by the EU Chamber of Commerce in China has detailed a raft of regulatory barriers that European companies are confronted with in the Asian nation. It said businesses suffered from "promise fatigue."
Perth will host a German-Australian business conference at the weekend, with more than a thousand participants looking to explore the fifth continent as a location to do business with a booming region.
A controversial laptop ban on flights from the Middle East could soon be expanded to European flights. But European regulators have warned that stowing so many lithium batteries in the hold could be risky.
On a visit to Washington, European Parliamentarians told the Trump administration it must allow all 28 EU countries equal visa-free access to the US. There are still five EU members which have second-tier travel rights.
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