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EU defends Greek deficit statistics

EU defends Greek deficit statistics

The European Union defended the credibility of Greece's statistics body ELSTAT Wednesday, as its former head Andreas Georgiou remains under threat of prison over reporting Greece's huge deficit in 2009.

Leaders look to safeguard future of Europe

Europe's Italian, French and German leaders meeting to chart the future of the EU following Britain's Brexit referendum promised Monday to secure Europe's future and uphold European values.

WTO rules Russian EU pork ban illegal

Russia's import ban on live pigs, fresh pork and other pig products from the EU was declared illegal by the World Trade Organization Friday in the light of international trade rules.


Brexit comments

UKComments of business people and politicians on the result of the United Kingdom's referendum on membership of the European Union.

China MES: cautious relief in reaction to European Commission announcement

European industry greeted the Commission announcement that the EU will not grant China MES - and that the EU would apply a new non-standard methodology for dealing with anti-dumping calculations for imports from China - with cautious relief.

Peer-Review Officer, Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe

The Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe – PRACE AISBL is looking to hire one Peer-review Officer to join its Brussels secretariat.

15th annual Benelux Infrastructure Forum

SMi proudly presents the 15th Annual Benelux infrastructure Forum in November 2016! This year's meeting will bring together key professionals in the PPP, project financing and infrastructure sectors to discuss the latest issues and trends within the Benelux market.

EU Data Protection Regulation: Where do businesses need to take action now?

After a protracted negotiation and design phase, the EU General Data Protection Regulation entered into force on May 24 2016. After 20 years, data protection law is at a whole new level and particularly uniform for the European Union.

Economic Outlook after the UK Referendum: A First Assessment for the EU

Economic Outlook after the UK ReferendumThe Commission publishes a first assessment for the euro area and the EU. European Economy Institutional Papers are reports and communications from the Commission to the Council of the EU and the European Parliament on the economy.
EU Alerts

EUbusiness Week no. 754
Brexit boost for TTIP?
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EU Budget 2017 - Turkey - EU-Canada CETA trade agreement - car emissions

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