EU, Australia: Trade Talks Hit Another Roadblock Over Meat Quotas

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EU: European Parliament Backs EU Nature Restoration Law by Narrow Margin

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EU: Member States Divided Over Bloc's Fiscal and Debt Rules Reform

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Netherlands: Government to Restrict Chinese Students Studying Sensitive Technologies

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Netherlands, China: Dutch Government to Introduce Export Controls on Semiconductors by Summer

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U.S., Japan, Netherlands: Countries Strike Deal on China Semiconductor Restrictions

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