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Today's Paper Europe

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Volkswagen CEO Resigns as Car Maker Races to Stem Emissions Scandal A1

Volkswagen raced to contain the widening scandal threatening Germany’s most important company, ousting CEO Martin Winterkorn and pledging to prosecute those involved in a scheme to cheat U.S. auto-pollution tests.


Critics of Free Market Shouldn’t Overreach A2

It has been a good month for free-market skeptics. In Britain a socialist is the Labour Party leader. Pope Francis condemns markets for “extreme consumerism.” Economists are joining them, writes Greg Ip.


Central Banks Below Zero A10

Serious voices are floating the idea of punishing cash.

Business & Tech.

U.S.-EU Data-Transfer Pact Should Be Invalidated, Says Advocate General B1

Businesses in sectors from technology to banking shuddered after a top adviser to the European Union’s highest court recommended it shut down the main conduit that firms use to transfer personal data across the Atlantic.

Money & Investing

Beijing Widens Opening of ‘Panda-Bond’ Market B7

China approved the issuance of “panda bonds”—yuan-denominated debt sold on its domestic market—by the Hong Kong units of HSBC Holdings and Bank of China, the first time it has let in offshore commercial lenders.

Personal Journal

Europe’s Disappearing National Airlines A8

In an ultracompetitive market, flag carriers have folded or been taken over by foreign competitors, Scott McCartney writes.


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