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Health 04-02-2022

More transparency in the pharmaceutical market can increase the affordability of medicines without comprising investments in R&D

To mark World Cancer Day, researchers from The Netherlands Cancer Institute and the University of Amsterdam publish results of the world’s first laboratory experiment on pharmaceutical transparency, showing that comprehensive transparency can significantly decrease prices without compromising R&D investments.
Economy & Jobs 05-12-2019

EU needs to focus on legislation in the digital sphere, MEP Angelika Niebler says

The EU has proven to be successful in legislating in the digital age but it needs to keep up the work to avoid being left behind, because "the digital revolution has been moving faster than legislation", MEP Angelika Niebler (EPP, Germany) told EURACTIV in a written interview.
Economy & Jobs 04-10-2018

EU cross-border cooperation: working on both sides of the river

Ahead of the European Week of Regions and Cities, the debate on Cohesion policy continues to spark tension inside the Brussels bubble as well as among stakeholders and networks of regions and cities across Europe.
Green MEP Michael Cramer with Committee of the Regions President Markku Markkula
Transport 03-09-2015

Regions warn Juncker Plan could overlook small-scale infrastructure

EU officials are making noise about the Juncker Plan, which some say might give cash loans more favourably to large infrastructure projects and leave behind small, local proposals.
Security 18-04-2007

Frattini pushes to strengthen Eurojust

As Eurojust, the European Union's Judicial Co-operation Unit, celebrated its fifth birthday, Justice and Home Affairs Commissioner Franco Frattini presented his vision of how to strengthen the body's legal structure. 
Euro & Finance 12-05-2005

McCreevy welcomes agreement on cross-border mergers

MEPs have backed a proposal to simplify mergers between EU companies across borders.
Security 02-03-2005

Brief – New rules on child abduction come into force

Since 1 March, all member state EU courts ruling on child abduction cases have six weeks to order the return of children to their families in their EU country of origin.