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EU tightens screw on corporate tax dodgers

EU tightens screw on corporate tax dodgers

The EU continued its fight to close tax avoidance loopholes Tuesday, as finance ministers agreed their position on rules to close down 'hybrid mismatches' with the tax systems of third countries.

EU set to clamp down on online scams

EU ministers agreed Monday a general approach to strengthen cooperation between national authorities responsible for the enforcement of consumer protection laws in the digital age.

Protected status for Welsh coracle-caught salmon

Salmon caught using the ancient Welsh traditional method of coracle fishing was awarded protected EU status Tuesday when it was added to the EU's quality register of Protected Geographical Indication (PGI).

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Brexit comments

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EU carbon market reform fails to rescue EU's climate credibility

The European Parliament has shied away from turning the EU ETS into a real climate protection instrument that helps the EU reduce carbon pollution in line with the Paris Agreement, says the WWF.
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Freight & Climate Director, Transport and Environment

The European Federation for Transport and Environment is looking for a director for its Freight & Climate programme to help guide Europe's future freight policy.
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GDPR Conference Europe

Find out how to ensure that your company is fully prepared for the implementation of GDPR by attending the GDPR Conference Europe, designed to help businesses prepare to meet the requirements of the GDPR ahead of May 2018 and beyond.
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Comitology Procedure Reforms

The European Commission proposed on 14 February to amend the EU's Comitology Regulation, increasing transparency and accountability in the procedures for implementation of EU legislation.
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Brexit: How Britain left Europe

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EUbusiness Week no. 774
Grasping the EU's future
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The Week Ahead no. 338
Anti-tax avoidance directive - consumer protection cooperation - Greek progress

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