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UK comes off EU's list of countries with excessive deficits
The EU Council took the United Kingdom off its list of Member States with excessive deficits Tuesday, confirming that its government deficit had dropped below ...
Access to finance
There are various sources of funding, support and advice available for business owners from a variety of UK bodies.
Access to finance
Information about the sources of finance available to SMEs in Greece.
Greece post-programme framework to support normalisation
The European Commission adopted a decision on 11 July to activate the enhanced surveillance framework for Greece to support the implementation of agreed ...
Task Force for Greece second quarterly report - guide
The European Commission's Task Force for Greece has presented its second report on the EU support to Greece. It was created to help Greece implement its ...
Investment Openness in Europe: Investment Screening and Implications for EU-China Investment Relations - ECIPE Bulletin No. 2/2018
In the context of the proposal to establish an EU investment screening framework and the ongoing negotiations of the EU-China investment agreement, ECIPE in ...
Chinese Outbound Investment in the European Union
Chinese companies operating in the EU report that they plan to increase their investments and further engage in M&A to serve the European market and to improve ...
Brussels adopts guidelines for disclosure of non-financial information
Guidelines on disclosure of environmental and social information were adopted Monday by the Commission to help firms disclose non-financial information in a ...
A Multilateral Investment Court
A new system for resolving disputes between foreign investors and states in a fair and efficient way.
Talks set to start on pan-European pension
EU states have asked the presidency to start negotiations with the Parliament on a proposal for a pan-European pension product that would make it easier for ...
Canada-EU talks mull trade investment court
The EU Commission and Canada co-hosted Tuesday the first exploratory discussions with government representatives from around the world on establishing a ...
Commission fine for Electrabel for implementing acquisition of Compagnie Nationale du Rhône without prior Commission approval - briefing
The European Commission has decided to impose a fine of EUR 20 million on Electrabel, an electricity producer and retailer belonging to the Suez Group (now GDF ...
EU financial interests can limit double jeopardy principle
The 'double jeopardy' principle may be limited to protect the financial interests of the EU and financial markets, but only in so far as necessary to meet ...
CETA investor dispute system 'compatible with EU law'
The investment dispute mechanism of the free trade agreement between the EU and Canada (CETA) is compatible with EU law, an advocate-general of the EU Court ...
Tragedy & Challenge: An Inside View of UK Engineering's Decline and the Challenge of the Brexit Economy
Tragedy & Challenge offers a unique insight into the challenges facing engineering companies post-Brexit, as well as the impact engineering has on the economy, ...
Corporate governance package
The European Commission has today adopted measures to improve the corporate governance of around 10 000 companies listed on Europe’s stock exchanges. This ...
Single-Member Companies Directive
Today, SMEs face too many obstacles that hamper their economic activities within the Single Market. From the perspective of company law, they often find it ...
MEPs vote in new rules on property settlement in divorces
MEPs approved Thursday new rules for deciding which country’s courts should settle property disputes in divorce or death cases involving international couples ...
Financing for Development promotes an integrated approach to development finance, including mobilising domestic and international resources for development, ...
No home run for home loans (BEUC)
The European Parliament voted today to adopt first-time, Europe-wide laws protecting people taking home loans.
European Investment Bank increases lending to climate projects
The European Investment Bank (EIB) increased its lending to projects to help control climate change to €19bn in 2010. This was a 19% increase over the 2009 ...
Corruption continues to be a challenge for Europe - a phenomenon that costs the European economy around EUR 120 billion per year. EU Member States have taken ...
EU unveils 'climate-smart investments' worth EUR 9bn
The EU's Climate Action Commissioner announced some EUR 9 bn-worth of climate-focused investments Tuesday, for areas such as sustainable cities, sustainable ...
German growth forecast cut as economic uncertainty continues
GDP growth in Germany is forecast to be particularly subdued this year, as global uncertainties continue to weigh on Europe's economy, according to the EU ...
Euro drop hits cost of living for Europeans in USA
Europe now accounts for less than a fifth (19 per cent) of the world’s most expensive cities, with 11 European cities dropping out of the top 100, according to ...
Euro tax police needed to tackle financial crime: MEPs
A special tax committee set up by the EU Parliament in the wake of the Luxleaks, Panama Papers and Paradise papers scandals adopted Wednesday a roadmap to ...
MasterCard: Statement of Objections on cross-border rules and inter-regional interchange fees
The European Commission sent on 9 July a Statement of Objections to MasterCard. The Statement of Objections outlines the Commission's preliminary view that ...
New Investment Court System for TTIP and other EU trade and investment negotiations
The European Commission has approved its proposal for a new and transparent system for resolving disputes between investors and states – the Investment Court ...
Germany can do more to help eurozone, says EU
With its persistently high current account surplus, Germany could do more to help the eurozone economy, the European Commission said Wednesday in its annual ...
EU moves to boost access to venture capital
The European Commission proposed amendments to the European Venture Capital Funds and to the European Social Entrepreneurship Funds regulations Thursday in a ...
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