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Hollande and Merkel clash over Greece, Juncker shuts up; Uber lobbyists take on critics in Parliament; German leaders admonish...

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02-Jul-2015
 

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Hollande and Merkel clash over Greece, Juncker shuts up

France wants the eurozone to push for a deal with Greece before Sunday's referendum, President François Hollande said yesterday (1 July), in comments that differed sharply from those of German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

Uber lobbyists take on critics in Parliament

Uber's director of public policy for Europe, Simon Hampton, suggested on Wednesday (1 July) that he sees a chance at winning over governments pursuing legal action against the company.

German leaders admonish Greece ahead of referendum

Chancellor Merkel emphasised that despite the situation in Greece, Europe is stable and intends to “calmly” await the Greek referendum, while Finance Minister Schäuble accused Athens of “flip-flopping without purpose or understanding”. EurActiv Germany reports .

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France, China agree to fight carbon emissions

Diplomats in Paris were beaming when the world’s most populous country announced plans to start cutting its net CO2 emissions "around 2030". But environmentalists were less optimistic, saying the commitment is much too vague. EurActiv France reports .

German states draft bill for nationwide GMO ban

Five state governments in Germany are putting pressure on Agriculture Minister Christian Schmidt, introducing a bill for a nationwide ban on GMOs instead of his “patchwork” proposal. EurActiv Germany reports .

Poroshenko proposes constitutional changes for Donetsk, Lugansk

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko yesterday (1 July) proposed constitutional changes designed to give sweeping new powers to the regions of Donetsk and Lugansk, but critically fails to address demands of pro-Russian fighters in the separatist east.

Germany to shut down coal-fired plants, extend power grid

The German government will announce on Thursday (2 July) a decision to order the shutdown of several coal-fired plants in order to reach its ambitious climate goals by 2020, according to government sources.

Belgium adopts law against 'vulture funds'

Belgium has passed a law to cap how much so-called "vulture funds" can recoup from government debt bought at rock-bottom prices from countries teetering on the brink of default.

France may block EU-Canada trade deal over ISDS

Opposition to investor protection measures in the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement, signed by Canada and the European Union in 2013, have put the deal’s future in doubt. EurActiv France reports .

Parliament’s TTIP vote cleared by S&D, with a new ISDS

The S&D group in the European Parliament voted today (1 July) on a controversial amendment which keeps investor protection in the EU-US trade agreement (TTIP), paving the way for a vote in plenary, possibly next week in Strasbourg, EurActiv has learned.

Russia judiciary questions legality of Baltic countries’ independence

A move in Russia to review the legality of a 1991 decision formally granting Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia independence from the USSR has alarmed the Baltic states and stoked tensions with Moscow.

The Great Recession novel: Antonio Machado’s Average Happiness Index

SPECIAL REPORT / Economic crises might not be ideal for funding newspapers, but they’ve always inspired great fiction.

A+ energy efficiency labels will be ditched

The European Commission will revamp its energy labelling system for refrigerators and televisions, ditch confusing grades that range from A+++ to G, and return to a clear A-G scale.

EU support for keeping Greece in eurozone elusive

Greece will vote on its future in the eurozone on Sunday (5 July). If such a poll were to be conducted across the EU, it is far from certain that a majority would back further concessions to Athens as the price for keeping the Union intact. The EurActiv Network reports.

Live: Grexit? The endgame

Should they stay or should they go? Athens and the Troika try to come to a final agreement that would allow Greece to stay in the EU, and retain what's left of its welfare state. EurActiv reports, in real time.

Interviews

Beyrer: No market access, no deal with China

On the eve of the EU-China summit, the director-general of BusinessEurope, Markus J. Beyrer, tells EurActiv that Beijing needs to move on market access "because European companies are less willing to invest if you don't tick that box".

Stathakis: 'We have made more reforms in five months than previous governments did in five years'

Giorgos Stathakis, Greece's Minister of Economy, Infrastructure, Shipping and Tourism, spoke to La Tribune about his country's negotiations with its creditors.

Chinese envoy: A bilateral investment deal with the EU is in sight

In an exclusive interview with EurActiv, the Chinese Ambassador to the EU says next week's EU-China summit will accelerate work to achieve progress.

LinksDossiers

TTIP’s regulatory maze

The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), dubbed a second-generation trade deal in the wake of the moribund WTO Doha negotiations, seeks to go beyond conventional tariffs and quotas, by strengthening the international order through greater regulatory cooperation.

Opinion / Analysis

Climate change: An opportunity for EU-China cooperation

It's time to shift from the well-known statement that climate change is one of the biggest challenges facing humankind to a new affirmation, argues Teresa Ribera.

Improving Greek democracy: The Swiss example

Swiss democracy guarantees stability in public finances by seeking public approval for every significant piece of public finance legislation. Greece could learn from this, writes Guido Cozzi.

The 'uberisation' of the workplace is a new revolution

Think Uber, Spotify, Netflix and Airbnb. New ‘Uber-like’ business models are now being embraced in the field of employment too. The changing nature of employment relationships will require a complete overhaul of welfare and social security systems, writes Denis Pennel.

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