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EU Tenders - Finance and Related Services
Today's EU tenders covering Finance and Related Services business sectors from 'Tenders Electronic Daily' (TED)
EU 2020 strategy must not turn a blind eye to the public sector, warn SMEs
The EU 2020 strategy must focus more on the quality, implementation and enforcement of public regulations if it is to live up to its role as Europe's long-term ...
Spring cheer for Portugal as EU issues country recommendations
The European Commission recommended Monday that the EU's Excessive Deficit Procedures be closed for Portugal and Croatia, as it issued its spring package of ...
The EEIG: How can it help your business after the Financial Crisis?
The article sets out the main elements of the European Economic Interest Grouping, the manner in which this is set up in Malta, and identifies the ways in ...
Differences remain on EU digital service tax
EU finance ministers meeting Tuesday have some way to go before they can agree on the digital service tax directive, aimed at addressing the most urgent gaps ...
Brussels objects to VISA inter-regional fees
The European Commission sent a supplementary Statement of Objections to Visa Inc. and Visa International Thursday, focusing on inter-regional fees on ...
Red Flag Alert
Supported by trusted data providers, Red Flag Alert is an online portal that provides in depth company reports, business monitoring and unlimited sales and ...
The overall objective of CIP is to improve access to finance for the start-up and growth of SMEs and to invest in innovation activities, including ...
Eurozone to launch ESM rescue fund
The eurozone finally gets its 500 billion euro rescue fund on Monday when finance ministers meet amid growing uncertainty over Greece's tortuous debt bailout ...
EBF Economic Outlook: strong growth in uncertain times
The Euro area economy will continue its recovery with economic growth gaining momentum amid continuing political uncertainty, according to the bi-annual ...
E-commerce still vulnerable to VAT and customs duty evasion: EU auditors
Many challenges in collecting correct amounts of VAT and customs duties on e-commerce remain to be resolved, according to a report from the European Court of ...
Structural weakness holding back growth: EU economic reports
The EU Commission published Wednesday its annual analysis of the economic and social situation in the Member States, including progress in implementing ...
Europe's Economic Crisis: Transatlantic Perspectives
Today the Eurozone is in turmoil, beset by stresses and strains that could challenge Europe s very construction. How did the current crisis come about, and how ...
EU okays Latvian state aid for exporting firms
The European Commission has authorised, under EU State aid rules, a measure adopted by Latvia to limit the adverse impact of the current financial crisis on ...
MiFID II - An opportunity to make Europeans' investments safer
While stock markets and banks are in disarray, Europe's consumers need stable financial markets more than ever to make secure investments. The European ...
Will Brexit be the Last Straw for UK Engineering?
Brexit is a potential disaster for UK engineering. 85% of Engineering Employers Federation members believe we should be in Europe, the world’s largest ...
Consumer credit websites - EC investigation - guide
Were you ever about to sign a contract for a personal loan, credit card, or other consumer credit and discovered that it was all working out more expensive ...
Ministers make progress on VAT reform and fight against fraud
EU finance ministers agreed Tuesday on new rules to exchange more information and boost cooperation on criminal VAT fraud, as well as measures to cut VAT ...
EU bank stress test too feeble: auditors
The latest bank stress test by the European Banking Authority should have been more demanding in testing banks' resilience to systemic risks across the EU, the ...
Brussels looks to sustainable finance plan to reach climate targets
The Commission unveiled a financial strategy to support EU climate and sustainable development goals Thursday, with extra investments of EUR 180 bn a year ...
Roadmap for a Capital Markets Union
The building blocks of the European Commission's 'Investment Plan for Europe' began to form this week, with the aim of unlocking funding for EU businesses and ...
The Economic Outlook after the UK Referendum: A First Assessment for the Euro Area and the EU
The economic outlook after the UK referendum: Commission publishes a first assessment for the euro area and the EU. European Economy Institutional Papers are ...
Post-UK vote uncertainty could hit EU recovery
With markets and exchange rates affected by uncertainty and volatility, the European Commission published Tuesday its first assessment of the economic outlook ...
Investment Plan for Europe and Energy
One year after the launch of the Investment plan for Europe and the Energy Union, a number of sustainable, low-carbon projects around Europe are beginning to ...
Brussels announces portable EU pension plan
The EU Commission announced plans Thursday for a new class of pan-European pension products, allowing European consumers to benefit from more choice when ...
New deposit guarantee rules are first step in right direction
Today the European Commission adopted its proposal which revises EU rules on deposit guarantee schemes. BEUC welcomes that the European Commission prescribes ...
Parliament vote on Microfinance Facility: positive idea diluted by funding confusion
While today’s agreement on the content of the proposed “European Microfinance Facility for Employment and Social Inclusion” is a positive sign for ...
TTIP: ISDS mechanism for resolving investor disputes
How to resolve disputes between foreign investors and states remains a thorny issue in the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), currently ...
Cheap euro transfers to be extended to non-euro states
The European Commission proposed Wednesday to make cross-border payments in euro cheaper across the entire EU, instead of only for transactions between Member ...
Blue Growth Strategy - Towards more sustainable growth and jobs in the blue economy
The Report on the 'Blue Growth Strategy - Towards more sustainable growth and jobs in the blue economy' takes stock of developments in the blue economy, lists ...
EU Alerts

EUbusiness Week no. 851
Time to speed up climate action
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The Week Ahead no. 454
WTO reform - future of the CAP - Hearings of Commissioner-candidates - Rule of Law in Hungary

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