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Netanyahu deplores bad EU relations

Opinion

Why EU guidelines on Israeli settlements are welcome

Opinion

EU decision to boycott settlement products will hurt Palestinian jobs

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Israel to EU: Labelling products harms peace hopes

Interview

Danish retail giant: 'Why use endocrine-disrupting substances if we can use alternatives?'

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Europeans 'confused by green claims': Survey

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Brussels unveils green performance scheme for products

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Barroso moves to limit damage from meat scandal

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Oettinger feels the heat on boiler labelling rules

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EU to label clothes made with real fur, leather

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Clothes on a rack [Ulamonge design]

MEPs back 'Made In' labels

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Carbon labels potentially misleading, study warns

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MEPs want stricter 'country of origin' labels for clothes

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Parliament rubberstamps law on tyre labelling

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EU agrees on new energy-efficiency labels

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EU adopts fuel efficiency label for tyres

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Consumer group slams new energy-labelling scheme

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MEPs put the breaks on organic-food law

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Parliament in high spirits following vodka vote

Interview

'Industry unlikely to self-regulate'

News

Commission wants to improve sunscreen labelling

News

GM or not GM? Consumers have the choice from 18 April

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New legal basis may lead to stricter rules for GMOs in seeds

News

Verdict on labelling of GMO seeds expected from EU Standing Committee

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Opinions

Europe’s other Russia ‘problem’

Sir Graham Watson, Former President, ALDE Party

Development is geopolitical

Rhys Williams, Communications Officer , European Centre for Development Policy Management (ECDPM)

Is the EU finished if the British leave?

George Friedman, Founder of Geopolitical Futures

SDGs: Not an à la carte menu

Sarah Holzapfel, Agrareconomist, German Development Institute
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