Media Watch

'18May
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Has Trump found Europe's measure or vice versa?

President Trump pats the shoulder of French President Emmanuel Macron at the Group of 20 summit in Hamburg, in 2017. (AP) In international relations, there are times when you know another actor is probably bluffing...
'18May
17

Macron rules out trade war over Iran deal as firms head for exit

SOFIA (Reuters) - French President Emmanuel Macron ruled out on Thursday any trade war with the United States over its withdrawal from the Iranian nuclear deal as a wave of European companies quit business with...
'18May
17

EIB Confirms Support for Western Balkans on the Path towards EU Integration

A Bank delegation led by President Werner Hoyer participated in the Western Balkans Summit in Sofia The EIB and Serbia signed a Memorandum of Understanding reconfirming the Bank’s support for key connectivity...
'18May
17

May infringements package: key decisions

In its monthly package of infringement decisions, the European Commission ('Commission') is pursuing legal action against Member States for failing to comply with their obligations under EU law. These decisions,...
'18May
17

EU firms will make their own call on Iran business: Macron

SOFIA (Reuters) - French President Emmanuel Macron said on Thursday Europe would try to protect its companies doing business with Iran from U.S. sanctions, reimposed over Tehran’s nuclear program, but said giants...
'18May
17

(DF) Foreign Minister Zaharieva: EU Is United in Its Resolve to Remain in Iran Nuclear Deal as Long as Iran Complies with It

Foreign Minister Zaharieva: EU Is United in Its Resolve to Remain in Iran Nuclear Deal as Long as Iran Complies with It 17 May 2018 / 12:15 Foreign Minister Zaharieva: EU Is United in Its...
'18May
17

Glyphosate has adverse health effects from doses considered safe, study shows

Glyphosate, the chemical found in the world’s most widely used weed-killer, can have disruptive effects on sexual development, genes and beneficial gut bacteria at doses considered safe, according to a study...
'18May
17

Paris, Brussels, Madrid challenge new car emission limits

Traffic in Madrid. According to the Spanish capital, the EU should not have given car companies extra leeway on emission limits (Photo: Mallol) The cities of Brussels, Madrid, and Paris will face off against...
'18May
17

Commission’s Eurobond alternative still viewed with scepticism

The European Commission has said that the zero-risk weight of its forthcoming sovereign bond-backed securities proposal will be a ‘game changer’, but member states and the financial sector remain sceptical about...
'18May
17

The power of data – what are our rights?

For 25 years, the internet allowed business models to rampantly grow and radically change everyday life. Now, a period of regulation has come – and the awareness of the impact of digitisation. EURACTIV Germany’s...

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