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Brussels proposes EUR 750 bn Covid recovery package

Brussels proposes EUR 750 bn Covid recovery package

EU Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen presented Wednesday a EUR 750 bn plan for economic recovery from the Covid-19 crisis involving pooling of debt and unprecedented financial transfers.

EU, Japan strenthen ties to face COVID-19 crisis

EU and Japan leaders at a video conference Tuesday signalled close coordination in responding to the coronavirus pandemic, stressing the importance of global solidarity, cooperation and multilateralism.

EU unveils green makeover for food and farming

The European Commission took steps towards sustainable biodiversity, food and farming policies Wednesday, as it published its long-awaited 'farm to fork' policy roadmaps for the next 10 years.

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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

298 automobile factories operating across Europe: new data

298 automobile assembly and engine production plants operate in Europe today, according to freshly-updated data from the European Automobile Manufacturers' Association (ACEA).
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Senior Research and Advocacy Officer, Finance Watch

Finance Watch, the Brussels-based public interest advocacy association dedicated to making finance serve society, is looking for a Senior Research and Advocacy Officer to strengthen its team.
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Responsible Business Summit Europe

The Responsible Business Summit Europe (26-28 May 2020) will see the leading brands from across the globe converge in London with 750 CEOs, sustainability leaders and investors leading the next decade of action.
EVENTS

Coronavirus Global Response - Q&A

The European Union is joining forces with global partners to kick-start a pledging effort - the Coronavirus Global Response - starting on 4 May 2020.
GUIDES

Poland's Malopolska region: an exercise in brand building

The Malopolska region is one of the growth engines of the Polish economy, boasting a favourable external environment for business, good infrastructure links with the rest of the country as well as with Germany and the Czech Republic, and a pool of well-educated workforce.
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