Skip to content. | Skip to navigation

Personal tools
You are here: Home
Brussels plans EUR 100 billion coronavirus solidarity fund

Brussels plans EUR 100 billion coronavirus solidarity fund

The EU Commission proposed Thursday to set up a EUR 100 bn coronavirus solidarity fund to help businesses stay afloat and workers keep incomes, and to redirect structural funds to coronavirus response.

Three states failed to fulfil obligations on refugees, EU Court rules

Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic failed to fall in with an EU decision for a temporary mechanism to relocate their share of refugees from Greece and Italy, the EU's top Court ruled on Thursday.

New EU rules on power adaptors come into force

A new EU regulation on external power supplies aimed at making a range of household appliances, from laptops to electric toothbrushes, more energy efficient entered into force on 1 April.


Brexit comments

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

COVID-19: Jobs of over 1.1 million EU automobile workers affected so far, data shows

The jobs of at least 1,110,107 Europeans working in automobile manufacturing are affected by factory shutdowns as a result of the COVID-19 crisis, according to data compiled by the European Automobile Manufacturers' Association (ACEA).

Business Integrity and Corporate Engagement Lead, TI

Transparency International, the global civil society organisation leading the fight against corruption, has a vacancy for a Business Integrity and Corporate Engagement Lead.

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.

European Coordinated Response on Coronavirus

The EU Commission presented on 13 March an immediate response to mitigate the socio-economic impact of the COVID-19 outbreak, centred on a European coordinated response.

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.