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Essen is European Green Capital for 2017

Essen is European Green Capital for 2017

From coal and steel industry to the greenest city in North Rhine-Westphalia, the town of Essen in Germany officially became the 2017 European Green Capital on 21 January.

EU sets sights on new stimulus for capital markets union

The European Commission launched a public consultation Friday with a view to developing faster and more ambitious progress towards a Capital Markets Union (CMU).

Brussels hails Amazon, Apple audiobooks deal

The European Commission welcomed Thursday an agreement to end all exclusivity obligations concerning audiobook supply and distribution between Amazon's subsidiary Audible and Apple.

EDITOR'S CHOICE

Brexit comments

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

EU Commission plans to extend anti-dumping measures against solar imports from China

The European solar industry has welcomed the Commission disclosure, which proposes the extension of anti-dumping and anti-subsidy measures on solar cells and modules from the People's Republic of China.
PRESS

Fundraising Officer, the European Consumer Organisation

BEUC, the European Consumer Organisation, in cooperation with ICRT and ANEC, is currently seeking a Fundraising Officer with at least three years of experience in fundraising.
JOBS

How to produce a winning proposal for Horizon 2020

Horizon 2020, the European Union's Framework Programme for Research and Innovation, is one of the major areas of EU spending offering a multitude of funding opportunities for researchers, enterprises and the public sector.
EVENTS

End of EU roaming charges in 2017

The European Commission has formally adopted a "fair use policy" and an associated sustainability mechanism to make the end of roaming charges work for travellers as of 15 June 2017.
GUIDES

Brexit: How Britain left Europe

Brexit: How Britain left EuropeHOW COULD THIS HAVE HAPPENED? On 23 June 2016, UK voters elected to leave the European Union. The result was perhaps the biggest bombshell in modern British political history. In Denis MacShane's best-selling history of the UKs relationship with Europe, the former Europe Minister reveals the full story behind Britains historic EU Referendum decision.
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EUbusiness Week no. 770
Putting Europe first
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The Week Ahead no. 334
Spain, Lithuania updated budgetary plans - reverse charge mechanism for VAT - ICT standards in public procurement - Panama Papers public hearing

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