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We offer you a unique and expert one point of contact intended for the foreign company that wants to operate with or within the EU. Exporting to the EU creates many challenges that can be overcome with proper local EU representation, knowledge and support based on our expert and long experience.

KORENA SPRL exists for over 10 years and is based in the capital of Europe, Brussels (Belgium). We offer you standard and tailored made services and information. These include but are not limited to fiscal representation, VAT issues and recuperation, distribution, supply chain, marketing, quality assurances and much more.
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Asylum applications to EU on the increase in 2019

Asylum applications in the EU increased in the first five months of 2019, though an annual report out Monday showed a decrease for the third consecutive year in 2018, returning to pre-crisis levels.

This EU-backed report fails to tackle our demographic ills

Giles Merritt bemoans the lost opportunity of a high-profile study that plays down the EUs need for more migrants to swell our shrinking workforces

Lowering Polish judges’ retirement age unlawful: EU top Court

Polish legislation to lower the retirement age of Supreme Court judges breaches EU law, the EU's top Court ruled Monday, going against principles of the irremovability of judges and judicial independence.

EU set to sign trade and investment agreements with Vietnam on Sunday

EU set to sign trade and investment agreements with Vietnam on Sunday

We need to think and design policies beyond administrative borders

Places in decline, are not left behind, they are kept behind, by decades of neglect, under-development, lack of investment and misguided policies said Professor Simin Davoudi, from the University of Newcastle, keynote speaker in the ESPON seminar about “the role of functional areas in territorial cohesion”

EU will not reopen talks on UK withdrawal agreement

Ending their two-day summit Friday, EU heads of state and government looked forward to a new UK prime minister, but said they would not reopen negotiations on Britain's withdrawal agreement.

National climate plans lack ambition, says Brussels

Member States' plans to implement EU objectives for meeting energy and climate targets fall short on renewables and energy efficiency, the Commission said Wednesday in its assessment of the plans.

EU leaders struggle over EU top jobs

Last week, when the EU leaders left a summit without a decision about the EU top jobs for the second time, Dutch PM Mark Rutte said to reporters, ‘we got nowhere. Therefore, next Sunday, the EU leaders must reconvene during a dinner

David Attenboroughs worried about this ocean threat – and its not plastic

If the ocean was an economy, it would be the seventh largest in the world

Why socialism is back

The most basic problem is that in rich countries like Britain and the United States the pro-market tilt failed to deliver the promised results on a consistent basis

How tech companies compare at protecting your digital rights

Microsoft has edged past Google to reach the top of a ranking that grades the worlds tech giants on their respect for internet users rights

Athens & Epidaurus Festival

Note from the artistic director, Vangelis Theodoropoulos

EU asks for a panel with Ukraine on wood export ban

EU asks for a panel with Ukraine on wood export ban

EU asks for a panel with Ukraine on wood export ban

EU asks for a panel with Ukraine on wood export ban