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Romanian tax case threatens Lukoil shutdown in EU; Spectre of better regulation haunts air pollution bill; LIVE: Towards a new...

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Romanian tax case threatens Lukoil shutdown in EU

Russia’s biggest private oil producer, Lukoil, has turned to Commission Vice-President Maroš Šefčovič, to help solve a court case that threatens its operations in Europe, officials from the company told a small group of Brussels journalists on Wednesday (15 July).

Spectre of better regulation haunts air pollution bill

A British Conservative member of European Parliament yesterday (15 July) took the unusual step of voting against her own report, after MEPs in the Environment Committee backed stronger air pollution limits.

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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Recent News

Commission hammers out Macedonia compromise

EU enlargement commissioner Johannes Hahn brokered a deal between the Macedonian government and opposition yesterday (15 July) to end a political crisis which had paralysed the country for months.

UK wins EU concessions over Greece

European Union officials defused a row with London on Wednesday (15 July), in which efforts to keep Greece in the eurozone risked fuelling demands in Britain to quit the EU altogether.

Greek parliament approves bailout

The Greek parliament passed sweeping austerity measures demanded by lenders to open talks on a new multibillion-euro bailout package early Thursday (16 July), but dozens of hardliners in the ruling Syriza party deserted Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras.

Energy providers sue Commission over Hinkley Point subsidy

An alliance of green energy providers and municipal utilities in Germany and Austria have lodged a complaint with the European Court of Justice (ECJ) over subsidies for the planned British nuclear power station Hinkley Point C. EurActiv Germany reports .

Air pollution costs France €100 billion per year

The French Senate has called for new efforts to tackle air pollution, arguing it inflates healthcare costs, reduces economic productivity and agricultural yields, and has put Paris in the EU's bad books. EurActiv France reports .

Passenger name record law passes first hurdle in Parliament

The European Parliament's civil liberties and justice committee approved the first EU passenger name record (PNR) bill today (15 July), two years after that same committee rejected an earlier draft of the data sharing law for flight passenger information.

Dombrovskis: EFSM is 'best possible' solution for Greece

The European Financial Stability Mechanism (EFSM) is the best means to provide short-term financing for Greece, Commission Vice-President Valdis Dombrovskis said on Wednesday (15 July), putting him on a collision course with Britain, which refuses to contribute to the new Greek rescue programme.

Poorer EU nations get carbon money for backing 40% emissions cut

Poorer EU countries will be given profits from the sale of carbon emissions allowances to modernise their energy infrastructure, in return for backing a binding 40% greenhouse gas reduction target last October.

ETS reform: EU tightens screw on 'carbon leakage' handouts for polluting industries

Energy intensive industries will continue to receive free carbon emissions allowances, as compensation for the EU’s stricter climate rules, under planned reforms to the EU’s Emissions Trading System (ETS), but fewer will be granted.

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Interviews

Michael Kaeding: 'Juncker decides the fate of the European Parliament'

One year after Jean-Claude Juncker was elected, the Parliament is undergoing a radical change, says Michael Kaeding, who believes that Juncker’s leadership style is giving MEPs new political power.

Luxembourg diplomat: 'I hope solidarity still has a place in Europe'

In an exclusive interview with Krzysztof Kokoszczyński, Georges Faber, Ambassador of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg to Poland, Latvia and Lithuania, spoke to EurActiv Poland about Luxembourg's plans for the Presidency of the Council of the European Union.

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.

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

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 international affairs, writes Jan Techau.

Infographics

INFOGRAPHIC: Musical Chairs at the Commission

All of the changes in the European Commission reshuffle. Jonathan Faull, the European Union’s top civil servant for financial services regulation, will head up an EU executive “Brexit” taskforce dedicated to the United Kingdom’s referendum on its membership in the bloc.

INFOGRAPHIC: What are the SDGs about?

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a universal set of goals, targets and indicators that UN members will use to frame their policies over the next 15 years. If approved at the UN summit in September, they will become globally applicable beginning in January 2016.

Current Market Outlook: The European aviation market is expected to grow

Boeing projects a demand for 38,050 new airplanes over the next 20 years, an increase of 3.5 percent from last year's forecast. Boeing released its annual Current Market Outlook (CMO) on June 11th, estimating the total value of those new airplanes at $5.6 trillion.


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