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China announced today that it filed a World Trade Organization (WTO) challenge to Trump's proposal for a tariff hike on USD 200 billion of Chinese goods.
With a population of around 4.5 million, Croatia became the smallest European nation to reach the World Cup final in the 88-year history of the competition.
China's Sichuan Airlines, India's Vistara and Taiwan's Starlux Airlines strike deals with Airbus amounting to USD 17 billion.
Brexit: Ex education secretary Justine Greening backs new Brexit vote as eurosceptics pressure Theresa May
Former education secretary Justine Greening, who opposed Brexit, said May's plan to follow European Union rules on trade in goods without being able to influence them was "the worst of both worlds".
EU Council President Donald Tusk spoke after meeting with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang as part of an annual EU-China summit that opened against the backdrop of the growing China-US trade tension.
David Davis quit as Brexit minister and Boris Johnson stepped down as foreign minister last week over May's Brexit blueprint, which would keep Britain economically close to the EU.
Theresa May went on to defend her controversial new White Paper for Brexit, which has shaken up her government with high-profile Cabinet resignations.
Trump started his trip Wednesday by blasting Germany for falling well short of its NATO spending.
Six out of eight quarter-finalists in the current tournament have been from Europe and Ceferin is not surprised by the dominance of European countries in Russia.
The Italian Interior Minister, who's leading the new populist's government campaign to keep more migrants from reaching Italian shores, was adamant that the boat wouldn't dock in any Italian port.
One of the main reasons is that super-rich European clubs and federations have more to spend on recruitment, development and training.
Trump said, May's plan would "probably kill the deal" as it would mean the US "would be dealing with the European Union" instead of the UK.
Britain voted for Brexit in June 2016, but May has so far been unable to present a common position to Brussels on what she wants because of deep divisions in her government.
London-headquartered EBRD is a multilateral development bank set up in 1991 after the fall of the Berlin Wall to promote private and entrepreneurial initiative in emerging Europe.
Britain's moves towards exiting the European Union are already expected to create some 3,500 finance and banking jobs in Paris as leading players in the sector move their operations out of London.