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EUROPEAN BUSINESS NEWS

Victor Orban, the ‘thorn in the flesh of the EPP

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, asked about Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbans recent anti-EU poster campaign against him, declared, “enough is enough.”

State aid ceiling for EU farmers raised to EUR 25,000

The maximum aid Member States can give to their farmers without need for prior EU approval will rise from EUR 15,000 to EUR 25,000, the Commission announced Friday, to allow greater flexibility, especially in times of crisis.

Brussels mulls new guidelines for company reporting on climate info

As part of its Sustainable Finance Action Plan, the EU Commission launched Thursday a consultation with the objective to finalise new guidelines for company reporting on climate-related information.

Joaquin Almunia to lead ESM evaluation on financial assistance to Greece

Joaquin Almunia was appointed today as high-level independent evaluator of the financial assistance to Greece

Joaquin Almunia to lead ESM evaluation on financial assistance to Greece

Joaquin Almunia was appointed today as high-level independent evaluator of the financial assistance to Greece

Red tape cut for those who move to another EU Member State

From 16 February, bureaucratic procedures for citizens who need to present a public document to get married or start a job in the country they live in have been cut across the European Union.

Europe to set first-ever CO2 emission reduction targets for trucks

The EU is set to reduce CO2 emissions of lorries, following a provisional deal between MEPs and the EU Council on new rules which set binding CO2 emission reduction targets for heavy-duty vehicles.

States confirm update of EU’s common visa policy

EU states confirmed a plan to modernise the EU's common visa policy Wednesday, adapting the rules to growing security concerns, the challenges of migration and new opportunities offered by technological developments.

States confirm update of EU’s common visa policy

EU states confirmed a plan to modernise the EU's common visa policy Wednesday, adapting the rules to growing security concerns, the challenges of migration and new opportunities offered by technological developments.

OJ C68 Manganese dioxides notice of expiry

OJ L50 Chamois leather definitive measures

OJ C68 Glass fibre fabrics initiation

EU issues first call for supercomputers sites

The European High Performance Computing Joint Undertaking launched its first calls for expressions of interest Monday to select the sites that will host its first supercomputers by the end of 2020.

Thank heaven for educated girls:Why gender equality is key to sustainable development

Getting girls in classrooms is a key condition for implementing Agenda 2030. So how about if the EU made girls education a key condition when it provides countries with development aid?

Economic analysis confirms significant gains from EU-US industrial tariff agreement

Economic analysis confirms significant gains from EU-US industrial tariff agreement