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FC Barcelona, Real Madrid antitrust case to be decided 'at the end of summer'; LIVE: Greece edging towards default?; EU's 'Five...

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22-Jun-2015
 

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FC Barcelona, Real Madrid antitrust case to be decided 'at the end of summer'

Margrethe Vestager, the EU's Competition Commissioner, will make a decision in the cases concerning alleged illegal state aid to the football clubs FC Barcelona and Real Madrid by the end of the summer, the Commissioner revealed in an interview Monday (22 June).

LIVE: Greece edging towards default?

Will Greece default? What about its status in the EU? EurActiv is publishing up-to-the minute news stories and analyses of the endgame drama.

EU's 'Five Presidents' lay out eurozone vision, with timetable

As Greece threatens new shocks for the eurozone, Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and four other top EU officials have laid out a vision for the common currency involving tighter control from Brussels.

EU welcomes 11th hour Greek proposal

The European Union welcomed new proposals from Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras as a "good basis for progress" at talks today (22 June) where creditors want 11th-hour concessions to haul Athens back from the brink of bankruptcy.

Tusk calls emergency summit after Greek talks collapse

The EU called an emergency eurozone summit next week after Greek debt talks ended Thursday without a deal, sparking warnings of an "accident" that could push Athens out of the euro if there is no breakthrough by the end of the month.

Eurozone integration plans delayed by Grexit and Brexit threats

The urgency of the Greek crisis and the sensitivity of the UK to issues of eurozone integration have complicated the last-minute negotiations over the “five presidents’ report” on eurozone governance. Initially promised for earlier this month, the report will now be presented in late June. EurActiv France reports .

Partners tell Greece not to gamble with its future

Greece's leftist government faced a barrage of warnings yesterday (17 June) that it risked being forced out of the eurozone and left without support if it failed to strike a swift aid-for-reforms deal with its creditors.

Juncker’s tax 'fairness' plan consolidates his majority in Parliament

The European Commission presented an Action Plan on Wednesday (17 June) to reform corporate taxation in the EU. The largest political groups in the European Parliament reacted positively to the initiative, suggesting that Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has consolidated his powerbase among MEPs following the Luxleaks scandal.

Greek central bank issues "Grexit" warning if aid talks fail

The Greek central bank warned on Wednesday (17 June) that the country would be put on a "painful course" towards default and exiting the eurozone if the government and its international creditors failed to reach an agreement on an aid-for-reforms deal.

Commission to propose common tax base for multinationals - again

Four years after failing to formulate common company tax rules across Europe, the EU is set to tackle the low-tax arrangements of states that have benefited the likes of Amazon, Starbucks and Apple.

EU readies for Grexit

Commission Vice-President for the Euro and Social Dialogue Valdis Dombrovskis said on Tuesday (16 June) that eurozone members were discussing what might happen if Greece failed to agree on a deal with lenders.

EU court rejects German group’s claim against ECB’s bond-buying

The European Central Bank won crucial backing from Europe's top court today (16 June) for its pledge to do whatever it takes to save the euro, defeating a German group's challenge, as bloc member Greece edges dangerously close to default.

Tsipras to play his last cards

Greece and its creditors are locked in a stalemate after loan talks collapsed over the weekend, bringing Athens just two weeks away from a catastrophic default on its debt. On Thursday (18 June), when the Eurogroup will for the last time try to find a solution, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras will be on a visit to Russia.

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Interviews

Varoufakis: Greece's creditors have turned negotiations into a war

Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis has criticised Greece's creditors for making "no concessions" and turning the negotiations "into a war". In an interview with Germany's Tagesspiegel he explains why a plan for debt restructuring is a Greek prerequisite for an agreement.

Crețu: Greece must make the most of EU cohesion funds

The absorption rate for Greece stands well above the EU average. All efforts should be made to make the most out of the remaining allocation before the end of the year, Regional Policy Commissioner Corina Crețu told EurActiv Greece in an exclusive interview.

Insurance tsar: Deliver on pensions to instill confidence in single market

SPECIAL REPORT / A pan-European pension markets product would help spur more cross-border economic activity and instill confidence in the single market amongst consumers, says Gabriel Bernardino.

Opinion / Analysis

Greece and the EU: How to break the stalemate

A solution to unlock the stalemate for debt-wracked Greece should be based on mutual obligations, writes Karl Aiginger.

Alexis Tsipras: German taxpayers are not paying for Greek pensions

In an opinion piece for Der Tagesspiegel , Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras argues that the assumption that Germany is paying for the wages and pensions of the Greek people is "absolutely false".

Completing the European Monetary Union

In order to support Europe's position in the world, concrete initiatives must be undertaken that strengthen the European Monetary Union (EMU), writes Joost van Iersel.

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