Private schools in China are reconsidering their future in light of challenges brought about by increased regulation, a slowing economy, and diminishing numbers of foreign students.

Washington, Tokyo and Brussels on Tuesday joined forces in calling for stronger global rules against government subsidies that distort trade, a practice China has long

Chinese universities are implementing substantial increases in tuition fees this year, with some institutions raising fees for the first time in two decades. The higher fees


Chinese telecommunications group Huawei is working on a plan to build its own components at a site in Europe, its chairman told AFP, after it was hit by US sanctions.

On May 17, the Ministry of Education (MOE) held a press conference on the newly revised version of the Regulations on the Implementation of the Non-state Education Promotion Law.

The EU's powerful anti-trust authority on Monday approved billions of euros in subsidies from seven member states as Europe seeks to make up lost ground in batteries.

A top EU official for digital policy warned Monday that big tech companies could face tougher rules and penalties in Europe if they failed to adequately curb hate speech and disinformation.


Talks setting the EU's budget for next year are going down to the wire because of disagreement between member states and the European Parliament, officials said Saturday.

The European Union will impose an entry ban and asset freeze on two Turkish citizens involved in their country's disputed search for gas in the eastern Mediterranean.

Nine EU countries joined forces on Thursday (Nov 7) to push for proposals for cleaner aviation in Europe, a highly polluting sector that they said was undertaxed.

The European auto market grew by 1.2 percent last year, with a push in December raising the total number of sales to 15.3 million vehicles, sector association ACEA


The EU’s top trade official said efforts to reason with Colombia had failed, with Bogota insisting on imposing tariffs on fry exports from Belgian, Dutch and German businesses.

The EU's top trade official heads to Washington on Tuesday on a sensitive mission to mend ties with the United States and end several years of protectionist battles.

The European Commission on Wednesday urged EU states to drop the system of asking for rebates from their budget contributions if and when the UK leaves under Brexit.