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Viktor Orban: ”Immigration to Europe should be largely halted”

Immigration to Europe should be largely halted, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said late on Sunday, demanding a robust EU response to last week’s killings in France. Orban was speaking after attending a mass rally in Paris to pay tribute to 17 people killed in attacks launched by a trio of Islamist extremists, who were born in France to immigrant [Citește...]

The study on how the EU can fight back against Russia’s “information war” was launched

The study on how the EU can fight back against Russia’s “information war” was launched

The Netherlands is funding a study on how the EU can fight back against Russia’s “information war”, in one of several counter-propaganda initiatives. The Dutch-sponsored study was launched in January by the European Endowment for Democracy (EED), a Brussels-based foundation. Alastair Rabagliati, the EED’s director of operations, told EUobserver:  “We’ve [Citește...]

Cyprus scrapped its last controls on businesses transferring funds abroad

Cyprus scrapped its last controls on businesses transferring funds abroad

Cyprus scrapped Friday its last controls on businesses transferring funds abroad, another step toward abolishing draconian measures imposed in 2013 to avoid a run on banks. The finance ministry issued a decree that transfers above two million euros no longer need approval. This comes a month after the ceiling on free transfers was raised to that level.

The US plans to close military bases in Europe

The US plans to close military bases in Europe

The US plans to close 15 Cold War-era military bases in Europe despite the Russia crisis, but net troop numbers will remain more or less the same. The biggest shutdown is a US air base in Mildenhall, UK, which will see 2,000 military and civilian personnel go home.

Merkel refused to endorse Cameron’s demands

Merkel refused to endorse Cameron’s demands

Angela Merkel on Wednesday refused to endorse the UK prime minister’s demand for European treaty change, offering only limited support for his bid to renegotiate Britain’s relationship with the EU. The German chancellor repeated her assurance that she wanted to help David Cameron keep Britain in the bloc — he has promised to hold an in-out referendum on [Citește...]

The trade investigation into the Chinese solar power sector was reopened

The trade investigation into the Chinese solar power sector was reopened

The European Commission has reopened a trade investigation into the Chinese solar power sector in the face of evidence that tariffs imposed in May 2014 were too low to prevent products from being dumped onto the European market, putting more local rivals out of business. Stakeholders have until the end of this week to submit comments on whether tariffs of up [Citește...]

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Talks between David Cameron and Angela Merkel

The economy and EU reforms are expected to be the focus of talks between David Cameron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Downing Street later. Security issues, including counter-terrorism and the response to the Ebola epidemic, are likely to be discussed as part of Germany‘s presidency of the G7. No 10 said the prime minister‘s agenda for future changes [Citește...]

Moscovici: „Greek voters will be left free to choose their destiny”

Moscovici: „Greek voters will be left free to choose their destiny”

EU Economics Affairs Commissioner Pierre Moscovici said on Tuesday Greek voters will be left free to choose their destiny in upcoming elections that could see radical leftists take the reins of government in Athens. The Commission, “has taken no position in the Greek political debate. There is no call to vote one way or another,“ Moscovici told reporters [Citește...]

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Iceland doesn’t want to become an European Union member state anymore

Iceland is shortly expected to withdraw its application to become a member state of the European Union. The news follows comments by the Icelandic prime minister in a radio interview, that a resolution to formally withdraw the membership request will go before Iceland’s parliament. This is the governments second attempt at a withdrawal resolution. The previous [Citește...]

80 pieces of legislation will be withdrawn

80 pieces of legislation will be withdrawn

A leaked draft of the 2015 Commission Work Programme led to commotion thursady, as it includes a long list of proposals to be scrapped. The list, containing 80 pieces of legislation that will be withdrawn, includes the ”Circular Economy package” on air quality and waste as well as a proposal for maternity leave. Most legislation proposals are withdrawn because [Citește...]

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Fresh leaks

Companies including Disney and Skype have allegedly used Luxembourg tax deals, according to fresh leaks published by investigative journalists. The group of firms funnelled hundreds of millions of dollars in profits through Luxembourg subsidiaries, according to leaked documents. The European Commission is already conducting an inquiry into a number of companies‘ [Citește...]