Only well-thought-out structural reforms can put the EU back on the growth path
On Friday 24 April, the first session of the informal meeting of the Economic and Financial Affairs Council (ECOFIN), chaired by the Latvian Minister for Finance Jānis Reirs, was held in Riga. The Ministers discussed the economic situation and financial stability in the European Union, as well as the main obstacles to the implementation of structural reforms in the Member States.
If Greece falls, no one wants their prints on the murder weapon
Tuesday, 28 April 2015 09:26
By Paul Taylor
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - "We're going bust." "No, you're not." "You're strangling us." "No we're not." "You owe us for World War Two." "We gave already."
Trade deal 'threatens' services
Tuesday, 28 April 2015 09:10
Opposition to a controversial trade deal being negotiated between the European Union and the United States has intensified amid warnings of its "massive impact" on any future campaign to renationalise the Royal Mail or BT.
Narendra Modi engages Europe, sans the Union
Tuesday, 28 April 2015 08:54
Even as EU-India relations struggle to gain traction, Indo-French and Indo-German relations continue to grow
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EU to Study Resuming Free-Trade Negotiations With Southeast Asia
Monday, 27 April 2015 14:05
The European Union will explore the possibility of resuming talks on a free trade agreement with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations more than six years after negotiations between the two sides collapsed.
Brexit and the City: Business and Brussels – to stay or split?
Tuesday, 28 April 2015 09:17
HSBC chairman Douglas Flint entered a political firestorm last week when he said Britain’s biggest bank was considering moving its headquarters out of the UK.
European Union clears 19 genetically modified products
Tuesday, 28 April 2015 08:59
Brussels — The EU has cleared 19 controversial genetically modified products including human food, animal feed and cut flowers, the European Commission said Friday.
The new lines are produced by companies including US giants Monsanto and DuPont, and German firms Bayer and BASF.
European Union Is Deciding to Govern E-Company Giants
Tuesday, 28 April 2015 08:45
The European Union (EU) is deciding whether or not to closer govern some of the world’s largest e-company giants including, Amazon.com Inc. and Google Inc., according to a document that was leaked to the Wall Street Journal, as well as Quartz. This document, which had been written in February, was written to Gunther Oettinger and it refers to a “point of no return,” tying EU’s economy to a handful of major Internet companies.
Greek debts: what does it owe? When will the money run out?
Monday, 27 April 2015 13:20
Greece owes money to the International Monetary Fund, the European Central Bank and the European Union following its two bailouts in 2010 and 2012
Yanis Varoufakis: my hopes for a Greek deal
EU approves genetically modified crops
Monday, 27 April 2015 12:54
BRUSSELS: The European Union cleared the import of 10 new types of genetically modified crops and two more kinds of cut flowers on Friday, its first authorizations in more than a year after a review of its blocked approval process.
The European Commission said it had authorized 10 new types of maize, soybeans, cotton and oilseed rape as either human food or animal feed for 10 years.
UK Budget busted by EU Cranks
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Crumbling EU recovery threatens UK growth: Figures show that Britain's economy grew at its slowest pace in a year
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European Commission adopts ‘Partnership Agreement’ with Romania on using EU Structural and Investment Funds for growth and jobs in 2014-2020
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UK should consider leaving the EU warns Legal & General boss
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EU Supports Moldova To Secure FTA Benefits
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