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April 2014 Around the world, countries are rejecting exactly the kinds of dispute mechanisms that the EU/US trade deal is trying to foist on us...With people becoming increasingly concerned about the direct economic, social and environmental impacts
A spokeswoman for the Russian Energy Ministry said on Wednesday that the ministry has proposed to Guenther Oettinger EU Energy Commissioner to hold a trilateral meeting on gas between Russia and Ukraine and the European
Opinions Removing barriers for the uptake of e-invoicing Martin Hurley With the EU Parliament's approval of a European standard for e-invoicing in public procurement, we got one step closer to the creation of a true digital single market in Europe.
News Schulz, Juncker tell Van Rompuy the old days are over' Competitors for the European Commission presidency. The two lead candidates in the race for the European elections have reacted vigorously to statements by Council President Herman Van
France, 2012. [Adunt/Flickr] The revaluation of waste is a central theme in France. Although Segolene Royal is fond of the idea, 'circular' economics is still only a theory...As part of the energy transition, a circular economy will be one of the
In an interview with the Sueddeutsche Zeitung, Council President Herman van Rompuy expressed his opposition to the election of the next Commission President via a battle of leading candidates of the main political families at the European elections.
Van Rompuy says those who really decide' should allocate EU top jobs Herman Van Rompuy has challenged the idea that the pan-European parties leading candidates will become president of the European Commission., in an interview with German newspaper,
Pollwatch numbers suggest that the Greens are on track to return just 38 MEPs , down from 48 in the current parliament, as voter concerns turn to bread and butter issues. The veteran Green MEP Claude Turmes told EurActiv that the group's internal
Yet the 84-year-old former head of the International Monetary Fund is one of the most influential voices in European and global finance. An eminence grise as respected among France's political elite as in the heart of the law-drafting European
Former Bank of France and IMF director Jacques de Larosiere, whose recommendations to tighten financial supervision in Europe were largely endorsed by the European Commission, reacts to the G20 Pittsburgh summit outcome during an interview with