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New French cabinet focuses on TTIP

7 Avril, 2014 - 16:54
The French department of foreign trade has moved from the ministry of finance to the ministry of foreign affairs, and with it, TTIP negotiations. The left is alarmed. EurActiv France reports.

Google search competition case may not be over

7 Avril, 2014 - 15:53
EU Competition commissioner Joaquin Almunia has repeatedly tried to settle the Google search case, but serious concerns remain, and may open the way for a surprise ending in what is probably the most important legal battle for the future of e-commerce in Europe.

Schulz and Juncker at loggerheads over France

7 Avril, 2014 - 13:43
Jean-Claude Juncker describes Martin Schulz’s lax attitude to France’s public debt as a “serious political error”. EurActiv France reports.

Orbán wins elections, far right gains ground

7 Avril, 2014 - 09:28
Hungarians handed their maverick Prime Minister Viktor Orbán another four years in power, election results showed today (7 April), while one in every five voters backed a far-right opposition party accused of anti-Semitism.

Katainen seeks top EU job

7 Avril, 2014 - 07:06

Danish PM denies candidacy for EU job

7 Avril, 2014 - 04:21
At the EU-Africa summit in Brussels last Wednesday (3 April), Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt stated that she is not looking for a top job in the Belgian capital.

German government: France must adhere to Stability Pact

4 Avril, 2014 - 15:23
France is again seeking an extension from the EU on the deadline to reduce its national deficit. European Parliament President Martin Schulz supports the idea but the German government is insisting on adherence to the guidelines of the European Stability Pact. EurActiv Germany reports.

MEPs cap interbank fees

4 Avril, 2014 - 14:48

MEPs cry foul at Schulz’ stunt to avoid resignation

4 Avril, 2014 - 14:45
A large majority of the European Parliament today (4 April) voted to invite President Martin Schulz to resign so that he is able to campaign for the European elections. But Schulz used a procedural trick, and ruled out the text of the budget discharge resolution concerning his case.

EU bets on consumer rights to boost e-commerce

4 Avril, 2014 - 14:40
The European Commission is stepping up its efforts to inform and protect consumers when they shop online, in a bid to boost e-commerce.