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The European Commission has adopted a decision that renders legally binding commitments to licence inputs for credit default swaps, offered separately by the International Swaps and Derivatives Association Inc. (ISDA) and information service provider Markit.
The EU and Jordan reconfirmed their solid partnership, strengthening their relations on political, security, trade and cooperation matters, at the 10th EU-Jordan Association Committee in Amman this week.
At the International Pledging Conference in Support of Iraq, in Washington, the European Union announced new aid for the war-torn country worth €194 million (USD 215,5 million).
The Commission today presents a package of measures to accelerate the transition to low-carbon emissions in all sectors of the economy in Europe.
Prime Minister Maris Kucinskis Wednesday, 20 July, will visit the "Riga IT Demo Center" in the Latvian National Library, as well as the State Revenue Service, to discuss the progress still to be made and information and communication technologies (ICT).
Monday, 18 July, the EU Agriculture and Fisheries Council in Brussels by the European Commission (EC) presented a proposal to continue to support the package of measures, it is foreseen under the 500 million euro of EU dairy farmers financial support.
The European Union launched today a third case against China's restrictions on export of raw materials essential for European industries.
The European Commission has found that MAN, Volvo/Renault, Daimler, Iveco, and DAF broke EU antitrust rules. These truck makers colluded for 14 years on truck pricing and on passing on the costs of compliance with stricter emission rules. The Commission has imposed a record fine of € 2 926 499 000.
The Commission has today accepted a revised regulatory proposal to allow Deutsche Telekom to upgrade its network with vectoring technology, but expects further developments to ensure competition.
The European Commission has opened an in-depth investigation to determine whether the French state's contribution to the financing of the Areva group's restructuring gave the company an unfair advantage not available to its competitors within the meaning of the EU rules on state aid.
The Chamber of Commerce welcomed the proposals presented today by EY Malta, which focus on five areas which are believed to have potential for growth and investment on the island. The proposals were presented during a conference at the Chamber of Commerce.
Minister of State Eoghan Murphy is in Luxembourg today (18-July-2016) to undertake a round of meetings and engagements involving pressing EU matters. He will also take the opportunity to celebrate Ireland's vibrant ex-pat community and strong links with the Grand Duchy's financial services' sector.
Japanese manufacturer of bicycle parts Shimano has bought Flanders-based bicycle helmet producer Lazer Sport for an undisclosed amount. The acquisition adds top-of-the-line helmets to Shimano’s offering.
Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmström and Indonesian Minister of Trade Tom Lembong have today agreed to launch the negotiations for a Free Trade Agreement between the EU and Indonesia with the aim to deepen and strengthen a key aspect of the bilateral relationship.
EU, China and Hong Kong Customs have given their green light to launch Phase 3 of the Smart and Secure Trade Lanes (SSTL) Pilot Project, an international pilot project to test safety and security related recommendations of the World Customs Organisation (W
EU Commissioner for International Cooperation & Development, Neven Mimica, will represent the EU and its Member States at the High-level Political Forum on Sustainable Development in New York between 18-20 July. This High-level Political Forum is
The European Commission has reiterated its commitment to ensure the effective application of the whole range of European legislation and, in particular, the world's biggest single market of 500 million citizens.
Malta should lobby for a free trade agreement between Britain and the EU, as well as authorisation for the free movement of persons, according to a new study by Misco.
The Commission has approved under the EU Merger Regulation the acquisition of joint control over Novy International NV by BNP Paribas Fortis Private Equity Belgium NV, Sofindev IV NV and DHAM NV, all of Belgium. Novy is the holding company controlling the Novy Group which is active in the design, manufacture and marketing of high‑end kitchen appliances. BNP Paribas Fortis Private Equityis a branch office of BNP Paribas dedicated to private equity and mezzanine financing.
The European Commission has approved under the EU Merger Regulation the creation of Froneri, a joint venture by PAI Partners of France and Nestlé of Switzerland. Froneri will manufacture and market ice cream products in and outside of Europe, and frozen food products in Europe. PAI Partners will contribute to Froneri its ice cream business, operating as R&R.
The European Commission has today announced €58.2 million in humanitarian aid to support the populations in the Lake Chad region in Africa. The funding brings the overall EU humanitarian aid package for the Sahel region to over €203 million in 2016. "A full-scalehumanitarian crisis has been fuelled by violence in a fragile region.
Today EU Member States agreed on the European Commission's proposal to invest €263 million in key European energy infrastructure projects. The lion's share of the investment will support the building of gas infrastructure in the Baltic Sea region as well as supporting the electricity sector across Europe. Nine projects were selected following a call for proposals under the EU funding support programme the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF).
The harmonization of Wohnungsvergabe brought significant improvements for the people of Vienna. Almost 10,000 interested people have already benefited from the new Vienna-Bonus
It is important for the Government that every Hungarian community should be able to find advancement in their native land, and is therefore also supporting Hungarian communities beyond the borders, the people who live in those communities with economic means, Árpád János Potápi, State Secretary for National Policy at the Prime Minister’s Office said at the opening of the internship programme of the Dr Szász Pál scholarship on Monday.
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