Pharmaceutical major Pfizer reassures Europe over coronavirus vaccines as pandemic surges
The coronavirus pandemic is showing no signs of slowing down, with infections surging past 94 million and more than two million deaths, and Europe among the hardest-hit parts of the world.
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Europe vaccine effort gets boost as Asia battles clusters
The European Union said it had agreed an option for a further 300 million jabs from Pfizer/BioNTech, doubling its supply of the drug, as the bloc hinted it could approve a third vaccine by the end of the month.
Angela Merkel blames Trump for violence, but Europe also sees reason for hope
Merkel grew up in Communist East Germany and has spoken frequently about her admiration for the United States, even in the face of tensions between Berlin and Washington during her more than 15 years in power. Her comments Thursday reflected a deep-seated faith in the strength of democracy in the United States held by many in Europe.
WHO Europe urges safe flexibility on timing of COVID-19 vaccine doses
The WHO's Hans Kluge's comments come as some countries including Britain are seeking to counter low vaccine supplies by extending the gap between first and second doses to up to 12 weeks, and by considering lower volume doses of some shots.
Indian IT Firms rush in as Europe takes to outsourcing in new normal
TCS, Infosys and Wipro have made many acquisitions or won large deals in Europe in the last few months as the Covid-19 pandemic pushed companies to transform their businesses quickly.
Brexit 'big bang' to trigger tectonic trading rift in Europe
While the landmark trade deal agreed last week set rules for industries such as fishing and agriculture, it did not cover Britain's much larger finance sector, meaning automatic access to the EU's financial markets comes to an end on Dec 31.
Brexit Impact: Indian IT firms eye Ireland as a gateway to UK, Europe
IT transactions and spending activity has increased in the past year in the Nordic and DACH region, especially in areas such as Cloud, data and analytics, SAP and AI/ML, analysts said.
The beginning of the end: Europe rolls out vaccines to see off pandemic
While Europe has some of the best-resourced healthcare systems in the world, the sheer scale of the effort means some countries are calling on retired medics to help while others have loosened rules for who is allowed to give the injections.
India should enhance & bolster its profile across Europe: Danish envoy
The Green Strategic Partnership is significant to both India and Denmark and the international community as this would majorly contribute to fighting climate change, noted Svane who is serving his second stint in India as Danish envoy.
Does Brexit free Europe to seek closer union?
For some, the decision in July at a marathon EU summit to move towards joint borrowing to fund a post-coronavirus recovery plan for the union is a sign of what can now be achieved.
For Europe, it’s wave after wave for coronavirus
Since the fall, the Continent has watched with horror, and paralysis, as another wave struck with nearly equal force — and in some places far more. Hospital corridors were crammed again, respirators overloaded. As death rates spiked, governments imposed new, though watered-down, restrictions, hoping to salvage their economies while keeping the virus at bay.
London's FTSE extends losses, broader Europe recovers
London's FTSE 100 dropped 0.2 per cent to hover near their three-week lows, with materials and energy shares leading declines.