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Media and entertainment businesses appeals to G7 for copyright protection

31-03-2017

An association of media and entertainment businesses including the BBC Worldwide, Mediaset, Canal+, Bundesliga and UEFA, has made an appeal to G7 culture ministers to take decisive action against internet piracy, which they say represents a risk to their future growth.

15-09-2020

[HOLD] Unions call for new wage policy

The Junker plan isn’t doing enough to combat negative effects of austerity policies on Europeans’ wages, according to new research from the European Trade Union Institute (ETUI).
Active ageing 22-06-2020

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Sonic Youth technically have been inactive since 2011, but over the past few months, the band has have released a bunch of material that’s been hidden in their vault. On Monday, they’ve dropped Blastic Scene, a live tape that was recorded...
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17-06-2020

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The Eurogroup was ready to give its blessing to Spain’s amended budget for 2017 during its meeting on 26 January. In an interview with radio Onda Cero, the leader of the Partido Popular (PP) expressed his concern about an election...
16-06-2020

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30-09-2019

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Future EU 27-06-2019

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Economic governance 20-04-2018

European Economic Forecast: ‘Sunny’ with a “chance” of uncertainty

EU economies are expected to grow throughout 2018. The upturn is the first time in almost a decade that member states have collectively experienced positive growth.
Brexit 17-04-2018

EU offers Brexit trade talks, sets tough transition terms

The European Union offered Britain talks this year on a future free trade pact but made clear in negotiating guidelines issued on Friday (31 March) that London must first agree to EU demands on the terms of Brexit.
Digital 16-03-2018

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Digital technologies and communication have the potential to uphold a strong and dynamic internal market fit for the digital age, ultimately making every European citizen’s life much better, writes Antonio López-Istúriz.
Development Policy 14-07-2017

[8 !APRIL!] Putting to bed Roma myths

Over the last two decades Valeriu Nicolae has heard many opinions about Roma. Here he dissects the best (!) of them.
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Digital Transformation in the Global Era: New Skills for Jobs and Growth
Digital 31-03-2017

Digital transformation in the global era: New skills for jobs and growth

As the pace of technology continues to advance, tech figures, app developers, education, industry and public policy leaders gathered in Brussels to find out how businesses can make the most of the mobile economy.
31-03-2017

EIB vice-president: ‘Despite Brexit, Europe has much to celebrate’

Despite Brexit, the threat of populism and the hostile winds blowing from Washington, the European Union has "much to celebrate", the European Investment bank’s Vice-President Román Escolano said in an interview with EuroEFE.
Armenia 31-03-2017

The modern Armenia must leave nobody behind

Armenia has come a long way since regaining its independence in 1991. Years of steady growth following the collapse of the Soviet Union have significantly raised the living standards of Armenians, writes Gagik Tsarukyan.
Global Europe 31-03-2017

Trans-Europe Express live

Sent out every Friday at noon, TEE gives you an insider's view of the most important coverage from across the Euractiv Media Network, its Media Partners and much more. Read and connect the local to the global in European politics.
Brexit 31-03-2017

Gabriel: No ‘UK rebate’ in Brexit talks

Britain should not expect a "UK rebate" from the EU in talks over its exit from the bloc, Germany's foreign minister said on Thursday (30 March), in reference to a budget discount won by then-PM Margaret Thatcher.
31-03-2017

Spain narrowly beats revised EU deficit target

Spain cut its public deficit in 2016 to 4.54% of its economic output, the government said yesterday (30 March), narrowly beating the revised target it agreed with the EU.
Agrifood 31-03-2017

Vella: ‘By 2020, Mediterranean fish stocks should be subject to data collection’

The collection of accurate fish stock data in Mediterranean waters is a necessity for small-scale fishermen’s long-term survival, Karmenu Vella told EURACTIV.com in an interview. 
Brexit 30-03-2017

Luxembourg stakes claim for EU banking body post-Brexit

Luxembourg has claimed the legal right to host the London-based European Banking Authority after Brexit, a government spokeswoman said today (30 March).

Workplace cancer prevention must be extended to reprotoxic substances

Putting more than 10 years of paralysis behind it, the European Commission finally launched a revision of the directive on the prevention of occupational cancers in May 2016. Lawmakers can now address reprotoxic substances in the workplace, writes Laurent Vogel.
Competition 30-03-2017

Luxury brands’ attempt to ban online sales goes before EU court

Europe's top court will begin a landmark case today (30 March) that could determine whether luxury goods companies can stop retailers from selling their products via marketplaces such as Amazon or eBay.
Agrifood 30-03-2017

EU health chief says Brazil meat scandal ‘is not closed’

Brazil needs independent controls over its meat industry, the EU’s Health Commissioner said yesterday (29 March), as he wrapped up a visit to the country rocked by an anti-corruption investigation focusing on bribery of its food-sanitation inspectors.
29-03-2017

Greece agrees with lenders to sell some power plants

Greece has agreed that its main power utility, Public Power Corp (PPC), will sell some coal-fired plants as part of bailout reforms, two sources close to the talks said today (29 March).
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