EU backs insect in animal feed project
A European Union funded project PROteINSECT aims to change our views about using flies as a source of protein feed for pigs and poultry, but also for human consumption, which is prohibited in Europe.
Last Updated (Thursday, 05 December 2013 16:31)
Italian bonds drop with Spain’s as EU says debt targets at risk
Italy’s 10-year government bonds declined for the first time in three days after the European Union Commission said the nation’s budget plan doesn’t respect its 2014 debt targets.
Last Updated (Thursday, 05 December 2013 15:34)
EU tries to stop citrus imports from South Africa
The European Union (EU) is preparing a ban on South African citrus imports that could take orange juice off Europe’s breakfast tables next summer and sour efforts in Brussels to broaden trade with Africa’s biggest economy.
Last Updated (Thursday, 05 December 2013 12:08)
EU allows additional 700,000 tons of sugar exports in 2013-14
The European Union will allow exports of an additional 700,000 metric tons of sugar in the 2013-14 season that started last month, according to the European Commission, the bloc’s regulatory arm.
Last Updated (Thursday, 05 December 2013 10:00)
EU set to improve rights of foreign seasonal workers
Seasonal workers from outside the European Union are set to get better conditions, including a minimum wage and accommodation, under a deal Thursday between the European Parliament and 28 national delegates.
Last Updated (Wednesday, 04 December 2013 11:57)
EU asylum ruling
Where a Member State may not transfer an asylum seeker to the State competent to examine his application because of a risk of infringement of his fundamental rights in the latter, the Member State is required to identify another Member State as responsible for the examination.
Last Updated (Wednesday, 04 December 2013 11:36)
EU criticizes spending plans of four biggest euro-area nations
The European Union confronted the euro area’s four biggest economies over their spending plans for next year as austerity demands restrain the bloc’s recovery from the longest recession in its history.
Last Updated (Thursday, 05 December 2013 13:24)
EU readies multi-million euro benchmark rigging fines
EU antitrust regulators will impose record multi-million euro fines on six banks including Citigroup, Deutsche Bank and Royal Bank of Scotland on Wednesday for rigging key interest rate benchmarks, sources said.
Last Updated (Thursday, 05 December 2013 10:19)
Change in the European Union indicative values for Acrylamide in food products
Acrylamide is a known carcinogen in rodents, and has been considered a toxic product since first reported in 2002, categorized as a food process contaminant.
Last Updated (Thursday, 05 December 2013 08:55)
EU plans to widen scope of EU film subsidies
The European Union's state aid chief says he wants to expand the scope of EU film subsidies to cover all stages of a production from story idea to cinema projector.
Last Updated (Wednesday, 04 December 2013 11:56)
EU airport rules on musical instruments...
The European Union’s recent amendment of the Customs Code’s implementing provisions regarding the temporary import, export and reimport of portable music instruments was welcomed by WCO Secretary General, Kunio Mikuriya, who praised the benefits for both cultural life and economic activities.
Last Updated (Wednesday, 04 December 2013 11:22)