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Archives for Euro & Finance Now that 195 nations have promised to signed up to the Paris climate agreement, the hard work begins. The signatories have all committed to ramping up their fight against climate change, but what happens next will prove crucial. The new five-year national plans to reduce global warming will provide the roadmap for action. Continuing… » read more

  Posted by Kaj Embren

Genval, 8th March 2016. – The European Parliament is about to vote tomorrow on a tobacco agreement between the EU and Philipp Morris International (PMI) and it is at least questionable that the EU’s intention is legal, ethical or politically correct. At the same bed with the ennemy? From a legal point of view, according… » read more

  Posted by EU ZMK's Diary

There is a battle of wills underway in Malta. The current Labour government has faced many accusations of incompetence and corruption in it’s short time in power, but without hard evidence, they remain just accusations. Recently however, those accusations have stepped up several notches. Malta really only has four sources of written news reporting –… » read more

  Posted by FinancialGuy Writes!

We all agree that the European Monetary Union (EMU) needs a different institutional framework with better governance. We also all agree that EMU economies will never completely converge, but there is actually high likelihood that Greece, Portugal and Italy will continue to diverge from Germany. The mantra of structural reforms is a desperate attempt from… » read more

  Posted by Brainstorm on Politics and Economics of the EU

As EU has entered in talks with Great Britain towards a more accommodating relationship that would vanquish Brexit prospects, German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble keeps insisting that Greece would be in better economic condition if decision on Grexit had been reached in summer. Obsession of Schäuble to cling in this idea every now and then,… » read more

  Posted by Dimitris Rapidis

In times of economic crisis and instability there is an increased need of mobilization of public funds. At the same time there is scarcity of resources. At European level, Member states are not ready to increase financial allocation to the EU unless, eventually, there is a clear and shared objective. This situation stimulates the research… » read more

  Posted by European pratictioner and researcher

Documents obtained by Bankwatch provide more details for a European Investment Bank statement that its loans to Volkswagen may have been connected to the car makers use of cheating devices to rig emission tests. by Anna Roggenbuck, cross-posted from the Bankwatch blog. With each passing day since Bankwatch revealed the European Investment Bank’s massive support… » read more

  Posted by Bankwatch

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