German lawmakers gave Chancellor Angela Merkel the green light Friday (17 July) to resume talks on a new EU-IMF bailout deal for Greece, after she passionately argued it was the last chance to prevent "chaos" in the crisis-hit country.
Europe moved to reinstate funding for Greece's stricken economy yesterday (16 July) after the parliament in Athens approved a new bailout programme in a fractious vote that left the government without a majority.
Greece's parliament passed sweeping austerity measures demanded by lenders to open talks on a new bailout package early Thursday (16 July), but dozens of hardliners in the ruling Syriza party deserted Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras.
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).
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 .
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.
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.
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.
Greece's leftwing Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras faces a showdown with rebels in his own party on Tuesday (14 July), furious at his capitulation to German demands for one of the most sweeping austerity packages ever demanded of a eurozone government.
Following the decision in Brussels on Monday (13 July) to negotiate a third Greek bailout, the Bundestag will vote on Friday (17 July) on a mandate for the German government. Approval is not assured. EurActiv Germany reports .
Eurozone leaders reached an agreement on a third bailout programme to save Greece from bankruptcy. But a final deal is “still weeks ahead” and will require ratification in several national parliaments, EU officials warned after all-night talks came to a close Monday morning (13 July).
The leaders of Greece, Germany, France and the EU have tabled a "compromise" on a bailout deal for Athens at talks through the night, which is now being put to the rest of the eurozone, a European source said early this morning (13 July).
Greece's efforts to restart negotiations with its creditors for a third bailout programme suffered a blow at a Eurogroup meeting on Saturday (11 July), as it became clear that Germany and Finland, among others, were opposing the idea.
As Greece inches closer to a bailout deal that will keep it in the eurozone, experts have hailed France for playing the role of pacifier in fractious debt talks and putting the brakes on a dreaded "Grexit".
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