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The Riksbank has been exploring the potential issuance of digital currencies as cash use in Sweden declines dramatically. » Read More
Renault is one of many major firms testing autonomous vehicle technology.
Mario Draghi fought the headwinds of German-imposed fiscal austerity on sinking euro area economies and led the monetary union to economic recovery.
The EU has sent a questionnaire to Facebook and the Libra Association seeking clarification about their proposed digital currency called libra.
The latest data on U.S.-China trade indicate that Beijing is not doing what it should to reduce its excessive surpluses by buying more American products, writes Dr Michael Ivanovitch.
The Fed and the ECB should clearly communicate to the general public that monetary policy is only one of the instruments of economic management, writes Dr Michael Ivanovitch.
The U.S.-China trade war has changed how economists look at France and Germany.
France's youngest ever president has won a series of European battles but that doesn't mean the next election will be easy.
WTO rules don't sufficiently protect interests of developing countries, a former People's Bank of China governor said.
Experts say the world may face a "multi-dimensional cold war" as nations are "pressured to take sides" between the U.S. and China.
BlaBlaCar sells a ride-sharing service for long-distance trips across Europe and other places like Russia and Brazil.
The U.S. and China are not heading into a "cold war" even though trade tensions have escalated, said Jean Lemierre, chairman of BNP Paribas.
A prompt and a meaningful decline of U.S. trade deficits with China is an urgent matter of economic policy and national security, writes Dr Michael Ivanovitch.
IBM executive Jason Kelley said the firm is looking to foster "collaboration" across industries when it comes to blockchain.
With a population of more than 1.3 billion, the Chinese market is already a huge source of revenue for companies around the world — but the state's economic policies have faced heavy criticism.
A key worry for some is whether libra competes with sovereign currencies like the dollar.
French Secretary of State for Economy and Finance Agnes Pannier-Runacher discusses the new Italian government, European fiscal policy and the attacks on Saudi oil facilities.