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Economy & Jobs 18-06-2020

Montchalin: €500 billion in budgetary allocations to ‘be maintained at all costs’

Ahead of tomorrow's EU summit (19 June), France's European Affairs Minister Amélie de Montchalin told EURACTIV's partner Ouest-France in an interview that the EU27, including the "frugal four", are moving towards accepting an EU recovery programme, but that it would not work without reforms and long-term investment.
Politics 18-10-2019

Tweets of the Week: European Council Brexit Special

Brexit negotiations drive everyone mad, there was not a wink of sleep to be had and in the end is ANYONE glad? It’s a Brexit special this week.
Technology 28-10-2013

EU to push ahead on data protection despite UK opposition

SPECIAL REPORT / The European Commission is set to ignore attempts to delay the implementation of a proposed new data protection regulation (DPR) suggested at last week’s EU summit, claiming that the meeting's conclusions have been misinterpreted.
Public Affairs 10-07-2012

Time to stop the tail wagging the dog and talk about the real economy

The ordinary, but useful and important, work of the European institutions is being drowned out by the cries of alarm from the crisis. It is about time to replace the tabloid narrative and highlight the real economy where several hundred million Europeans have jobs and want to create something useful, writes Mark Rogerson.