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State aid ceiling for EU farmers raised to EUR 25,000

State aid ceiling for EU farmers raised to EUR 25,000

The maximum aid Member States can give to their farmers without need for prior EU approval will rise from EUR 15,000 to EUR 25,000, the Commission announced Friday, to allow greater flexibility, especially in times of crisis.

Europe to set first-ever CO2 emission reduction targets for trucks

The EU is set to reduce CO2 emissions of lorries, following a provisional deal between MEPs and the EU Council on new rules which set binding CO2 emission reduction targets for heavy-duty vehicles.

Brussels mulls new guidelines for company reporting on climate info

As part of its Sustainable Finance Action Plan, the EU Commission launched Thursday a consultation with the objective to finalise new guidelines for company reporting on climate-related information.

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Brexit comments

UKComments of business people and politicians on Britain's decision to withdraw from membership of the European Union.
BREXIT

ETIAS - Visa-Free Travel to Europe Post-Brexit

The European Commission has confirmed that UK citizens will be permitted to travel to European countries after Brexit without a visa, provided they hold a valid 'ETIAS'.
PRESS

Lawyer, Academy of European Law

The Academy of European Law is looking to recruit a Lawyer (Course Director) in EU Financial Markets & Banking Law with additional interest or expertise in European Company Law.
JOBS

Japan Securities Summit

The 5th Japan Securities Summit will take place in London on 4 March. The summit will provide European investors and financial market professionals the outlook for the Japanese economy and the latest developments in the Japanese securities market with particular focus on issues affecting sustainable growth as well as the potential impacts of Brexit.
EVENTS

Antisemitism in Europe: Eurobarometer survey

Of all the antisemitic expressions, denying the Holocaust is seen also by the general public as the most problematic, albeit by a significantly lower number, namely only one in two (53%),according to the EU's latest Eurobarometer of pubic opinion.
GUIDES

Export. Thrive. Change the World: Seven steps to export success for businesses that won't let Brexit stop their global growth

Export. Thrive. Change the World: Seven steps to export success for businesses that wont let Brexit stop their global growthExport. Thrive. Change the World is a practical guide for small business owners who would like to export but are unsure how.
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The importance of trade accords
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Multimodal transport - European Chief Prosecutor - digital copyright rules - financial crimes and tax evasion

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