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Mar 16, 2013
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Mar 15, 2013

Easing inflation, wages aid case for euro zone stimulus

BRUSSELS, March 15 (Reuters) – Inflation pressures in the
euro zone are easing, data showed on Friday, giving governments
and central bankers a touch more leeway for stimulus as the
region’s leaders seek to shift their focus to reviving economic
growth.

Modest wage growth and a cooling of food price pressures
drove annual euro zone inflation down to 1.8 percent in
February, its lowest level since mid-2010, the EU’s statistics
office said on Friday.

Mar 14, 2013
Mar 14, 2013
Mar 14, 2013

EU seeks to contain deepening trade row with Russia

BRUSSELS, March 14 (Reuters) – The European Union told
Russia on Thursday to drop restrictions on its exports or face a
legal dispute at the World Trade Organisation ahead of meetings
in Moscow next week aimed at dealing with a series of conflicts.

Struggling to narrow differences with Russia on issues
ranging from Syria to energy, the European Commission said a fee
on imported cars flouted WTO rules that Moscow promised to
adhere to when it joined the global trade body last August.

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    • About Robin

      "Robin is a Brussels-based correspondent covering Europe's debt crisis, and editor of the euro zone page on reuters.com. He joined Reuters from the Financial Times in Mexico City in 2002, moving to Panama City and then to Lima, Peru, before heading back to Mexico to cover the U.S.-Mexico border. He led the drugs war coverage that was nominated for an Overseas Press Club award in the United States in 2010. Robin started out in Amsterdam at Dutch financial daily Het Financeele Dagblad as an English-language staffer."
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