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  • Brexit friction should spark new ideas for retail exports
  • Amazon sues EU antitrust regulators for letting Italian case go ahead
  • Amazon sues EU antitrust regulators for letting Italian case go ahead
  • Schrems criticises Irish data regulator after Facebook case breakthrough
  • Court says all EU states can take data cases against Facebook
  • Brexit breakthrough comes with costs
  • McGuinness seeks to make it easier for banks to sell bad loans
  • European Semester Autumn Package: Supporting a sustainable and inclusive recovery amid high uncertainty
  • Outlook for Irish economy highly uncertain - Commission
  • EU agrees new 'traffic light' travel policy for tourists
  • The Irish Times view on the Apple tax decision: The commission appeals
  • European Commission preparing legal action against Apple
  • Luxembourg urges EU not to over-regulate cross-border fund rules
  • Mairead McGuinness named as Ireland’s European commissioner
  • Mairead McGuinness named as Ireland's European commissioner
  • EU long-term budget deal must be improved for Parliament to accept it
  • EU recovery deal: What is new, what it will mean for member nations
  • Arctic policy: EU opens consultation on the future approach
  • Apple win won't ease pressure on Irish Corporation Tax system
  • EU deadlocked on €750bn coronavirus rescue plan as northern nations dig heels in