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Individual governments have defended decisions to keep medical equipment at home, arguing they must take care of their medical workers and patients first.
As trade talks get underway between the U.K. and the EU, some say Britain might be better off with fewer European imports.
The EU wants to be sure there’s human oversight of artificial intelligence, and that AI systems use high-quality data.
"We really are only seeing the end of the beginning," said Amanda Sloat from the Brookings Institution.
There are plenty of other fights brewing, especially between the U.S. and Europe.
Holiday sales will help From Field and Flower, but Brexit could bring tariffs of up to 40%.
The new head of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, is planning to announce what she calls a “European Green New Deal."
This week in Spain, European research ministers are discussing how to allocate as much as $14 billion over three years to the European Space Agency.
Gourmet cheese sellers are wary of what new tariffs might mean for holiday sales.
It's no accident that European food and wine is about to get more expensive in the U.S.