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Tsipras clashes with Syriza's drachma supporters; Commission mulls relaxing VAT rules for energy efficiency in buildings ; LIVE...

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15-Jul-2015
 

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Tsipras clashes with Syriza's drachma supporters

Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras attacked radical members of his own party who oppose the deal for a third bailout, making it clear that a return to the drachma is not in the cards. EurActiv Greece reports.

Commission mulls relaxing VAT rules for energy efficiency in buildings

EXCLUSIVE/ The European Commission is considering whether to relax VAT rules for energy efficiency in buildings, after EU judges ruled a British lower rate for materials such as insulation and solar panels illegal.

LIVE: Towards a new bailout deal for Greece

Eurozone leaders reached an agreement on a third bailout to save Greece from bankruptcy on Monday (13 July). But a final deal is “still weeks ahead”. EurActiv reports, in real time.

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Report: EU timber trade funded armed groups in the CAR

The European and Chinese timber trade with the Central African Republic has funded armed groups on both sides of a conflict simmering there since 2013, the anti-corruption group Global Witness said today (15 July).

Scandinavians back Britain's rejection of Greek bridge financing

The Danish and Swedish finance ministers backed their British counterpart, George Osborne, on Tuesday (14 July), saying an EU emergency fund should not be used for Greece's bridge financing.

Eurodac fingerprint database under fire by human rights activists

The German Institute for Human Rights has criticised the repurposing of the EU's fingerprint database, Eurodac, for registering asylum seekers. Tagesspiegel reports .

Tensions high between Bosnia and Serbia on massacre anniversary

Commemorations of the 20th anniversary of the Srebrenica massacre have stirred old ghosts in the Balkans, and shown that reconciliation is still a delicate process. EurActiv Serbia reports.

Copyright reform: Oettinger open to Spanish 'Google tax' model

EU Digital Commissioner Günther Oettinger said that he prefers Spain's controversial ancillary copyright law on Tuesday (14 July), sometimes nicknamed a 'Google tax', to the German model.

Financiers attack EU rules against food speculation

The EU’s Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID) II is supposed to prevent excessive food speculation. But Oxfam says the financial sector is fighting stricter rules, with grave repercussions. EurActiv Germany reports .

Hackers develop innovative treatments for chronic illnesses

Medical companies are turning to hackers to develop the next generation of electronic health applications to treat chronic illnesses. EurActiv France reports.

Russia overrules the European Court of Human Rights

Russia's Constitutional Court today (14 July) ruled its national laws should take precedence over decisions of the European Court of Human Rights.

Leaked IMF report says Greece needs much more help

Greece will need far bigger debt relief than eurozone partners have been prepared to envisage so far due to the devastation of its economy and banks in the last two weeks, a confidential study by the International Monetary Fund seen by Reuters shows.

Spain fears loss of influence in EU

After Jeroen Dijsselbloem defeated Luis de Guindos to lead the Eurogroup on Monday (12 July), Spain is confronted by its lowest level of representation in the institutions since it first joined the European Union in 1986. EurActiv Spain reports.

World powers reach nuclear deal with Iran, Israel cries foul

Iran and six major world powers including the EU reached a nuclear deal today (14 July), capping more than a decade of on-off negotiations with an agreement that could potentially transform the Middle East.

Britain resists contributing to new Greek bailout

British Finance Minister George Osborne will seek to block any move by the European Union to include British money in a new bailout programme for Greece, according to press reports on Tuesday (14 July).

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Interviews

German Development Minister: 'Every country is responsible for its own financing'

In an exclusive interview with EurActiv Germany , Gerd Müller called on developing countries to assemble stable tax systems, while advising industrialised nations to use TTIP as an opportunity to promote fair trade.

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.

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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

Addis Ababa: Deals at high levels that don’t deliver for the people

The Addis deal is looking likely to disappoint many of us, because rich countries are pushing to be left off the hook, writes Donne Cameron.

From Brussels with regulations: Tsipras should have known better

Putin knows he can use Greece to drive a wedge between Brussels and individual EU member states, and Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras should have known better when he makes plans for an extension of the Turkish Stream project across his country, write Sijbren de Jong and Willem Oosterveld.

The euro shows the way for the EU

The euro is the right kind of project at a time when Europe seeks to maintain its standard of life, its affluence, its relative political stability, and its say in inte
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