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IATA slams EC slots decision

“Once again, the Commission has shown they are out of touch with reality. The airline industry is still facing the worst crisis in its history,” said Willie Walsh, IATA’s Director General…reports Asian Lite News. The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has branded

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EU to Cut Aid To Pakistan Over Blasphemy Law

Pakistan is a major beneficiary of the trading opportunities offered by the EU Generalised Scheme of Preferences (GSP) The controversial blasphemy law in Pakistan will jeopardise the country’s prospects of getting financial aid from European Union. The European Parliament has criticised Pakistan’s

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UK seeks significant changes to NI Protocol

Lord Frost also urged the EU to “grasp this opportunity, take full account of the issues at stake, and help deliver the brighter future that is within reach.”…reports Asian Lite News. The UK government is seeking to negotiate significant changes to the

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EU employers can ban headscarves at work, court rules

The EU court also confirms a similar ruling made in 2017 that allowed employers to enforce a “neutral” dress code but critics say it will disproportionately affect Muslim women….reports Asian Lite News European employers can ban people from wearing any visible sign

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