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China eclipses Europe as 2020 solar power target is smashed[Global Europe / News] China has reached its 2020 solar power target three years ahead of schedule, after installed capacity topped well over its 105GW target. Europe has been urged to show similar ambition.

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Macron to deliver vision for EU democracy in Athens[Politics / News] President Emmanuel Macron will this week unveil his vision for European reform in Athens. On the menu is the eurozone, transnational lists for 50 MEPs and democratic conventions, whose results are expected ahead of the next EU elections. EURACTIV France reports.

Europol urges action after record number of money laundering tip-offs[Politics / News] The head of Europol is calling for tighter controls after an analysis found money laundering goes mostly without investigation, despite banks alerting police to record numbers of suspicious transactions.

UK employers want access to EU research and development funds after Brexit[Politics / News] Britain must seek to protect research funding for its universities when it leaves the European Union or risk losing its leading role in innovation, one of the country's main employer groups said on Wednesday (6 September).

At BRICS summit, China’s Xi urges resistance to protectionism[Global Europe / News] President Xi Jinping told an international summit today (5 September) that although the global economy had improved, risk factors had also increased.

Moscovici: Greek bailout was a ‘scandal’ for democratic procedures[Economy & Jobs / News] The Eurogroup’s handling of Greece’s bailout programme was a scandal in terms of democratic processes, Economic Affairs Commissioner Pierre Moscovici insisted in an interview with Italian media.

Posting of workers: A call for a broader debate[Economy & Jobs / Opinion] The debate on posted workers has flared up again following Emmanuel Macron’s visit to Austria, Romania, Bulgaria and Luxembourg. But to break the deadlock, Europe needs to broaden its approach to the issue, write Frederic De Wispelaere and Jozef Pacolet.

The Brief: A ‘plan B’ for the grand bargain[Economy & Jobs / News] Summer is over but winter is yet to come. The rentrée to meetings in broken English and hundreds of unread emails is seen by some as a window of opportunity.

Brussels welcomes French labour reforms as unions and left camp complain[Economy & Jobs / News] Decried by the opposition and trade unions, the French labor reforms are praised by the European Commission and employers. EURACTIV France reports.

Serbian labour debate focuses on minimum wage[Global Europe / News] The Serbian government's Social and Economic Council, unions and the Serbian Association of Employers, have launched negotiations over the minimum wage for 2018. Labour leaders face an uphill battle. EURACTIV.rs reports.

Paris and Berlin at odds over ‘grand bargain’ to deepen eurozone[Politics / News] French President Emmanuel Macron's push for an ambitious overhaul of Europe's single currency bloc is running up against robust resistance in Berlin despite conciliatory public signals from German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

Even in the age of Brexit and Trump, business can help drive responsible trade[Economy & Jobs / Opinion] For growth and trade to be truly responsible, they must become more inclusive and governments and businesses are both critical to making this happen, write Arancha González and Christian Ewert.

Half-baked eurozone reforms ‘would put Europe on the line’[Politics / News] Saving the eurozone will require “stronger political will from France and Germany”, a French government spokesman said after a ministerial meeting including German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel in Paris on Wednesday (30 August). EURACTIV's partner Ouest-France reports.

Brazil in push to bring EU-Mercosur deal to conclusion[Economy & Jobs / News] The EU and the South American bloc Mercosur are aiming to conclude their free trade negotiations by the end of 2017. Difficult bargaining lies ahead on bread-and-butter market access issues. A European tour by Brazil’s foreign minister Aloysio Nunes Ferreira this week is aiming at building political capital to that end.

Europe watches closely as France unveils ‘mother of all reforms’[Economy & Jobs / News] The French government unveils on Thursday (31 August) a highly anticipated labour reform plan seen at home and abroad as a crucial test of new President Emmanuel Macron's reform mettle.

UK regions left ‘hoping’ for funds after Brexit[Politics / News] Britain has guaranteed funding for beneficiaries of EU regional funds until the end of the current EU budget in 2020. But for the leaders of many research, education and employment programmes, life after Brexit is still a source of anxiety.

Estonian minister: The digital economy needs more social Europe[Digital / News] There needs to be an EU-wide solution to precarious app economy jobs, said Estonian Labour and Health Minister Jevgeni Ossinovski in an interview with EURACTIV.com.

French businessmen worried about Brexit[Politics / News] The impact of Brexit concerns French businesses, who fear that this stumbling block to the European project will halt the EU's economic recovery. EURACTIV France reports.

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