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Economy & Jobs 21-11-2018

Innovation investments in Europe

As part of the European Biotech Week, Johnson & Johnson hosted a exclusive roundtable discussion on "Life Science Investments in Europe" in Brussels.
Economy & Jobs 20-11-2018

Trading away the EU principles in the name of national export interests?

MEPs need to follow the lead of the European Ombudsman and force the European Commission to shine the light on the opaque role of national Export Credit Agencies, writes Antonio Tricarico.
Brexit 20-11-2018

The Brief, powered by EFPIA – Towards a minor politics

Amidst the dizzying heights of the Brexit imbroglio, a politics of resistance is emerging that has the potential to puncture the supranational veneer of EU governance: a politics of minoritarianism. Spanish Foreign Minister Josep Borrell’s comments on Tuesday (20 November)...
Economic governance 20-11-2018

Italy’s revised budget ‘did not dispel concerns’, Eurogroup president says

Italy’s slightly modified budget might not get the green light from the European Commission, the president of the Eurogroup, Mario Centeno, told the Parliament’s Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee on Tuesday (20 November), raising the likelihood of an excessive deficit...
Cybersecurity 20-11-2018

EU equips itself for fight against manipulation at European elections

Brexit, the American elections - and talso he European elections? It is likely that "fake news" campaigns and attacks by hackers will also launched before the European elections. How well is Brussels prepared? EURACTIV Germany reports.
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The benefits of Capacity Mechanisms

Understanding the benefits of capacity mechanisms for social welfare

A growing number of EU Member States have set up Capacity Mechanisms in recent years, as a way of ensuring the investments that are necessary for long term security of supply.
Enlargement 20-11-2018

Serbia scores victory as Interpol rejects Kosovo membership

Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić said on Tuesday (20 November) that the rejection of Kosovo's Interpol membership application was a success of Serbia - "a small, defiant and proud country". EURACTIV Serbia reports.
Agrifood 20-11-2018

EU institutions are liable for Greek bailout damage, former UN official says

The damage caused by austerity-driven bailouts in Greece could raise the issue of legal liability of the EU institutions and possible compensation, according to Olivier de Shutter, a former United Nations Special Rapporteur on the right to food.
Future EU 20-11-2018

Offering Macron a stage is not enough

French President Emmanuel Macron gave a speech in the German Bundestag – but this will not bring him any closer to his idea of Europe. A commentary piece by Albrecht Meier, correspondent in the Berlin office of EURACTIV Germany’s media partner Der Tagesspiegel.
EU Elections 2019 20-11-2018

European Greens Spitzenkandidaten: Petra De Sutter

European Greens will pick their two Spitzenkandidats in Berlin on 23-25 November, hoping to build on the Green parties’ unexpected surge in Germany, Luxembourg and Belgium.  EURACTIV has spoken to the three candidates. Here is the portrait of one of them, Petra De Sutter.
EU Elections 2019 20-11-2018

European Greens Spitzenkandidaten: Ska Keller

The European Greens will pick their two Spitzenkandidaten in Berlin on 23-25 November, hoping to build on the Green's unexpected surge in Germany, Luxembourg and Belgium.  Here is a portrait of one of the three contenders, Ska Keller, a fiery German who grew up organising rallies against neo-Nazis. 
EU Elections 2019 20-11-2018

European Greens Spitzenkandidaten: Bas Eickhout

Delegates from the European Greens will pick their two Spitzenkandidaten in Berlin on 23-25 November, following the Green parties’ unexpected surge in Germany, Luxembourg and Belgium.  EURACTIV.com has spoken to all three contenders and here is the portrait of one of them, Bas Eickhout.
Agrifood 20-11-2018

Commission: Only ‘economic considerations’ could lead to tariffs on rice imports

An alliance of EU rice producers has called for restoring tariffs on rice imports from Myanmar and Cambodia, in part due to human rights concerns, but Commission sources clarified that the EU executive's ongoing safeguard investigation is linked to purely economic considerations.
Economy & Jobs 20-11-2018

EU closes in on system to screen foreign investment

The European Union is poised to settle on Tuesday (20 November) on a far-reaching system to coordinate scrutiny of foreign investments into Europe, notably from China.

EU greenlights new wave of military projects, secret agents training

Foreign and defence ministers on Monday (19 November) agreed on 17 new armaments and military projects within the PESCO framework, including the development of new weapons systems and the establishment of a training facility for secret agents.
Climate change 20-11-2018

Dutch government to appeal landmark climate ruling, again

The Dutch government is taking its fight against a landmark climate change verdict to the Supreme Court. EURACTIV's partner Climate Home News reports.
Road safety 20-11-2018

Seeing is believing: How redesigning trucks can eliminate blindspots

Sensors have a role to play for pedestrian safety, particularly for the areas around a truck where the driver cannot see directly. But they shouldn’t replace direct vision through the windows of the vehicle, writes Samuel Kenny.
Brexit 20-11-2018

Brexit vs no Brexit at all: Government agrees to publish forecasts

The British government on Monday (19 November) pledged to publish economic forecasts that compare Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal with remaining in the European Union, relenting to pressure from lawmakers who sought to force the government to do so.
Global Europe 20-11-2018

EU to consider sanctions on Iran for failed attack plots

EU foreign ministers on Monday (19 November) agreed to examine possible sanctions against Iran over two foiled attacks in Europe blamed on Iranian intelligence, as demands grow for tough action against Tehran.
Enlargement 20-11-2018

Serb nationalist calls on EU to grant Bosnia candidate status

The new Serb member of Bosnia's tripartite inter-ethnic presidency called on the European Union on Monday (19 November) to grant the Balkan country candidate status and said it was time for foreign judges and peace envoy to leave.
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Economy & Jobs 20-11-2018

Future of Europe: What are the views of children and young people?

Children and young people are key stakeholders in Europe’s future. Not only because their future will be determined by today’s decisions, but also because involving them in decision-making puts into practice the democratic values which underpin the European project, writes Jana Hainsworth.
Agrifood 20-11-2018

Fishing nations fail in bid to cut quotas for depleted bigeye tuna

Dozens of nations on Monday failed to agree on measures to preserve one of the planet's most valuable fish: the bigeye tuna, backbone of a billion-dollar business that is severely overfished.
Energy 20-11-2018

Delivering on clean energy research and innovation

Assembling together countries, industry and research institutes, the Strategic Energy Technology (SET) Plan has been bringing together public and private investments to make the clean energy vision a reality on the ground. Launched in 2007, the SET Plan now stands at an important junction, writes Miguel Arias Cañete.
Circular economy 20-11-2018

Injecting responsibility into recycling

Collecting and recycling waste is more important than ever, since EU targets ask more and more from member states. But national capitals face a dilemma about how best to recycle more, as two distinct schemes offer two very different solutions.

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