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'Cynical' EU blamed for 100,000 workplace-related cancers; European Parliament backs TTIP, rejects ISDS; Opposition to Greek...

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‘Cynical’ EU blamed for 100,000 workplace-related cancers

The European Commission’s drive to simplify legislation for businesses – the Better Regulation Agenda – has come under fire from trade unions for blocking EU laws that could save thousands of lives per year.

European Parliament backs TTIP, rejects ISDS

Parliament adopted a resolution supporting the transatlantic trade deal on Wednesday (8 July), but rejected a key US demand for an extra-judicial arbitration mechanism. EurActiv France reports .

Opposition to Greek bailout growing in Merkel camp

A third bailout Greek package will be decided on before an emergency summit on Sunday (12 July). Opposition to such a measure is growing within Germany’s centre-right. EurActiv Germany reports .

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Centrist Potami party supports Tsipras

Greece's opposition parties are divided about ongoing negotiations between Athens and its creditors. Potami supports the Syriza-led government’s efforts, while New Democracy and Pasok are taking a hard line. EurActiv Greece reports.

France says letting Greece go means admitting EU’s ‘impotence’

France showed its true colours yesterday (8 July) when Manuel Valls said that a Greek exit from the eurozone would be an admission of the European Union's impotence.

France may extend coal subsidies to save jobs

France may renege on its promise to end subsidies for coal-fired power stations abroad to protect jobs in the energy sector. EurActiv France reports .

MEPs clear reform of carbon market

The European Parliament approved a proposal to begin reform of the world's biggest carbon market in 2019, clearing the last major hurdle before the plan can become law.

Merkel pledges ‘no artificial delays’ to Balkans’ EU prospect

German Chancellor Angela Merkel assured Albania and other Balkan states on Wednesday there would be no holdup in their drive to join the European Union, and said it was in the bloc's interests they make it in.

LIVE: The aftermath of Greece's 'No' vote

Should they stay or should they go? On Sunday (5 July), Greece held a referendum on the terms of a bailout package put forward by the Troika. EurActiv reports, in real time.

Tsipras faces the heat of the EU machine

Alexis Tsipras found himself under enormous pressure today (8 July), as he was attacked by representatives of the institutions, centre, and centre-right MEPs.

Food industry encouraged to target ‘Me’ generation

Today's consumers are highly specific about what they eat, requiring the food industry to stay innovative. EurActiv reports from Milan.

Bitcoin rises as risk of Grexit unsettles markets

The risk of Grexit has caused the markets to plummet, but virtual currencies are cashing in. EurActiv France reports .

Putin hosts BRICS summit amidst standoff with the West

Russian President Vladimir Putin is to meet world leaders today (8 July) including China's Xi Jingping and India's Narendra Modi ahead of the start of a summit of the BRICS emerging economies.

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Interviews

Frédéric Vallier: ‘Countries will fail to meet climate targets without regional efforts’

Frédéric Vallier spoke to EurActiv France at the World Summit Climate & Territories in Lyon. He believes communities and regions hold the key to successful climate action.

Pittella: ISDS is dead, EU-Canada trade deal must be reopened

The investor-state dispute settlement mechanism (ISDS) as we know it is dead and must be replaced by a new public system, said Gianni Pittella, in an interview with EurActiv.

Daul: 'Orbán is the 'enfant terrible' of the EPP family, but I like him'

Joseph Daul, the president of the European People's Party (EPP), spoke to EurActiv France about Grexit, Brexit and the “enfant terrible” of the EPP, Viktor Orbán.

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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

The Energy Union can succeed with local authorities' engagement

The Energy Union is an opportunity that with the right political backing and investment, could transform Europe’s energy sector. Yet what is needed is more careful thought on how to engage local government before sound bites – at least for communities - are to be believed, writes Markku Markkula.

Greater competition between pavement industries could save the public millions

When it comes to building roads, increased competition between pavement industries can lower prices and save public money, writes Karl Downey.

How to leave the Euro, more or less legally

If a Grexit proves unavoidable, it will require expert management, writes Andrew Duff. The ex-MEP explains how it should be negotiated, if Athens is forced to leave the eurozone.

Public libraries: A hidden key to the success of the Digital Single Market

Public libraries are a neglected resource when it comes to devising policies on skills, growth and jobs, writes Ilona Kish.

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