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EUROPEAN BUSINESS NEWS

EU, Japan strengthen bilateral ties

The recently-signed EU-Japan free trade agreement was hailed as "one of the greatest achievements in EU-Japan relations" by EU and Japanese leaders meeting at their summit in Brussels on Thursday.

Populism and the embrace of complexity

Populists may often thrive with simple narratives. But Sheri Berman warns that simple explanations of populism itself will not pass muster

Populism and the embrace of complexity

Populists may often thrive with simple narratives. But Sheri Berman warns that simple explanations of populism itself will not pass muster

Set ‘deal of the century new baseline for Mideast diplomacy?

When U.S. President Donald Trump and his team launched their effort to formulate an Israeli-Palestinian plan, the first objective which they set for was to drop the terms that had been used in the past.

European Court of Justice confirms compatibility of Investment Court System with EU Treaties

European Court of Justice confirms compatibility of Investment Court System with EU Treaties

Auditors review EU support for urban mobility

The European Court of Auditors is examining the effectiveness of EU action on improving the mobility of people in cities and densely populated areas, including progress in managing traffic congestion.

Social media needs to do more against fake accounts, says EU

The EU Commission welcomed Tuesday the commitment of Facebook, Google and Twitter to act against disinformation but said more needs to be done ahead of European elections due to take place next month.

OJ C146 steel safeguard notice concerning the potential combined effects of AD or AS measures

The 4th Industrial Revolution in Balkans: Law & Tech Summit

By European Law Observatory on New Technologies, in collaboration with the Bar Association of Thessaloniki and Centre for Research&Technology-Hellas- Information Technologies Institute (CERTH-IPI)

What Makes for Inclusive Working Cultures?

Interventions designed to increase womens cultural fit can also create a better working environment for everyone

The 16+1 framework and the future of EU-China relations

The China-CEEC Summit, held in the city of Dubrovnik in Croatia on 11 April, has introduced a significant development to plans for Chinas ‘16+1 framework: Greece has joined. This means we will have to adapt to its new name: the 17+1

How Strategic Alliances Can Strengthen Investigative Journalism

Collaborations between journalists and NGOs forge new avenues for mutual value creation – and social impact

7 skills every leader needs in times of disruption

In our current times of great change, people are questioning what it means to be a leader and rethinking what we expect from those chosen to lead

MEPs approve minimum rights for ‘gig economy’ workers

The EU Parliament approved minimum rights for workers in casual or short-term employment Tuesday, including workers with on-demand, voucher-based or platform jobs such as Uber or Deliveroo.

We need a reskilling revolution. Heres how to make it happen

As the world faces the transformative economic, social and environmental challenges of Globalization 4.0, it has never been more important to invest in people