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China widens drug industry probe, visits Belgium's UCB

Jul 19 2013

BRUSSELS/LONDON Belgian drugmaker UCB has been visited by Chinese authorities as the country widens investigations into bribery by drugmakers, following allegations against Britain's GlaxoSmithKline.

China widens drug industry probe, visits Belgium's UCB

Jul 19 2013

BRUSSELS/LONDON Belgian drugmaker UCB has been visited by Chinese authorities as the country widens investigations into bribery by drugmakers, following allegations against Britain's GlaxoSmithKline .

China widens drug industry probe, visits Belgium's UCB

Jul 18 2013

BRUSSELS/LONDON Belgian drugmaker UCB has been visited by Chinese authorities as the country widens investigations into bribery by drugmakers, following allegations against Britain's GlaxoSmithKline.

China widens drug industry probe, visits Belgium's UCB

Jul 18 2013

BRUSSELS/LONDON Belgian drugmaker UCB has been visited by Chinese authorities as the country widens investigations into bribery by drugmakers, following allegations against Britain's GlaxoSmithKline .

EU confronts U.S. over reports it spies on European allies

Jun 30 2013

BRUSSELS/BERLIN The European Union has demanded that the United States explain a report in a German magazine that Washington is spying on the group, using strong language to confront its closest trading partner over its alleged surveillance activities.

EU confronts U.S. over reports it spies on European allies

Jun 30 2013

BRUSSELS/BERLIN The European Union has demanded that the United States explain a report in a German magazine that Washington is spying on the group, using strong language to confront its closest trading partner over its alleged surveillance activities.

EU confronts U.S. over reports it spies on European allies

Jun 30 2013

BRUSSELS/BERLIN The European Union has demanded that the United States explain a report in a German magazine that Washington is spying on the group, using strong language to confront its closest trading partner over its alleged surveillance activities.

EU confronts U.S. over reports it spies on European allies

Jun 30 2013

BRUSSELS/BERLIN The European Union has demanded that the United States explain a report in a German magazine that Washington is spying on the group, using unusually strong language to confront its closest trading partner over its alleged surveillance activities.

EU's drug data stance threatens investment: Sanofi CEO

Jun 24 2013

BRUSSELS A decision by Europe's drug regulator to release detailed data on drugs once a medicine is approved could discourage critical investment in crisis-hit Europe, Sanofi's chief executive said.

Belgium considers nationalization of ArcelorMittal plant

May 30 2013

BRUSSELS The government of Belgium's Wallonia region is considering whether to nationalize ArcelorMittal's steelworks in Liege, in an echo of a French plan that caused a stand-off with the world's largest steelmaker last year.

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