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Wednesday, 29 November 2017

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Commission told Hungary how to win approval for Russia-backed nuclear plant   [Economy & Jobs / News] The European Commission assisted Hungary in finding the right loophole in EU public procurement rules to get the green-light for the construction of the Russian-backed Paks II nuclear power plant, according to internal documents seen by EURACTIV.com.

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Beyond Horizon 2020: Europe’s winning streak of innovation and research ambition[Politics / Opinion] Despite the programme’s shortcomings, Horizon 2020 is one of the greatest things that ever happened to EU research and innovation. But it’s time to rethink the respective financing through the EU budget, writes Andrey Novakov.

Freedom of movement for workers: How to respond to local workers’ fears of being crowded out of the labour market[Economy & Jobs / Video] Freedom of movement for workers is one of the founding principles of the European Union but it has also created fears of unfair competition.

Oxfam challenges EU by publishing alternative tax haven list[Politics / News] A week before the Commission is expected to adopt a blacklist of tax havens, anti-poverty organisation Oxfam threw down the gauntlet by publishing its own list of 35 countries, which includes four EU member states and four EU hopefuls from the Western Balkans.

UK banks could cope with ‘disorderly’ Brexit, Bank of England says[Politics / News] Britain’s banks could cope with a “disorderly” Brexit without needing to curb lending or be bailed out by taxpayers, the Bank of England said today (28 November) after carrying out its annual health check on lenders.

At Budapest summit, China strengthens its grip on Central Europe and Balkans[Global Europe / News] A 16+1 summit of the Central and Eastern European Countries and China took place yesterday (27 November) in Budapest, hosted by the Hungarian Prime Minister Victor Orbán. His Bulgarian colleague Boyko Borissov announced that next years’ summit will take place in Sofia.

Burkina Faso launches Sahel region’s largest solar power plant[Global Europe / News] West Africa's biggest solar power plant comes online on Wednesday (29 November) as Burkina Faso, one of the world's poorest countries, inaugurates a novel scheme to boost renewables and cut energy dependence on its neighbours.

Benifei: Embed blockchain in copyright reform[Digital / Opinion] Blockchain technology can provide a win-win-win between the fight against censorship, verified traceability of digital artworks, and a fair remuneration for its creators. The copyright reform debate is a good opportunity to embed blockchain and create a better regulatory framework, argues Brando Benifei.

Towards a cohesion policy that leaves no town or region behind[Politics / Opinion] Brexit, budget tensions, recentralisation processes and the rise of Euroscepticism and populist ideas: European economic, social and territorial cohesion are being tested on several fronts. These tests cast new doubts on the future of the European Union and the added value it brings to its citizens, writes Frédéric Vallier.

Bulgaria on collision course with EU in gas monopoly case[Economy & Jobs / News] At a secret session on Saturday (24 November), the Bulgarian parliament decided not to recognise the European Commission’s positions with regard to a case of abuse of dominant position in the gas market by the Bulgarian Energy Holding (BEH) and its subsidiaries Bulgargaz and Bulgartransgaz.

Erasmus architect fears for project’s future in native Wales[Politics / News] If the Brexit negotiations do not secure the United Kingdom's participation in the hugely popular Erasmus programme, the effect on Wales "would be massive" in particular, according to the former EU official credited with helping get the scheme off the ground in 1987.

Andriukaitis lashes out at tobacco industry, says it uses ‘tricks’ to bypass legislation[Health / News] EXCLUSIVE / The tobacco industry is already feeling the pressure from the implementation of EU anti-tobacco legislation and is exploring ways to bypass it and mislead EU consumers, Commissioner for Health and Food Safety Vytenis Andriukaitis told EURACTIV.com in an interview.

New tariffs on Spanish olives indicate US protectionist trend[Agrifood / News] The US trade department decided on Tuesday (21 November) to impose tariffs on imports of Spanish table olives, in another sign of rising protectionist measures under Donald Trump, which have drawn criticism from Europe.

Candidate list for Eurogroup chief to be published on 1 December[Economy & Jobs / News] The chairman of euro zone finance ministers, Jeroen Dijsselbloem, will announce on 1 December the names of those who applied to succeed him, but there are still no clear front-runners for the election that will happen three days later.

EU mandatory register for lobbyists, a baby step towards full transparency[Politics / News] Over time, the business of influence has been honed into a fine art in Western democracies. But that art is becoming increasingly regulated, even if the average citizen perceives lobbyists as cigar-smoking men in suits wining and dining lawmakers to gain an unfair advantage.

Trade MEPs want to scrap all EU export restrictions on encryption[Digital / News] MEPs want the European Commission to remove export control restrictions on technology products that use encryption.

Tusk confirms December summit on future of eurozone will be held[Politics / News] A summit of euro zone leaders will go ahead as planned in the middle of December, the chairman of European Union leaders said yesterday (22 November), dispelling speculation it might be postponed because of the collapse of German coalition talks.

Hogan pleased with Greek efforts to close ‘digital gap’ in rural areas[Agrifood / News] EU Agriculture Commissioner Phil Hogan is satisfied with the Greek government’s push for rural broadband, claiming that it will help farmers increase production.

MEPs amp up pressure on Commission over digital trade[Digital / News] MEPs are exerting pressure on the European Commission to draw up rules on data flows in foreign trade agreements, an area where the EU executive has so far not pinned down any tangible policy.

Commission ready to boost cash support in humanitarian aid[Global Europe / News] The European Commission is aiming to boost the proportion of humanitarian aid it hands out as cash. But most payments are actually made by banking cards very similar to regular ATM cards.

Multi-country research proves great impact of entrepreneurship education [Sponsored][Economy & Jobs / Video] The ICEE is a multi-country research project and large field trial on the impact of entrepreneurship education programmes, such as mini-companies in schools.

Cohesion funds can stop Europe from moving at different speeds[Digital / Opinion] Cross-border and inter-regional cooperation in cohesion and research & development spending is still limited, but very much needed to prevent a multi-speed Europe writes Lambert van Nistelrooij. To unlock Europe's growth opportunities, the MEP calls for smart regional specialisation and an Innovation Pact 2.0.

Lawmaking in the dark[Politics / Special Report] The image of unelected bureaucrats making secret deals in smoke-filled rooms has gained traction in recent years, fueling populist resentment towards the European Union.

Commission calls for reforms to address wage stagnation[Economy & Jobs / News] The European Commission told member states on Wednesday (22 November) to prioritize policies that support wage growth, in light of the economic pain still suffered by many Europeans.

The role of teachers and school heads in improving Vocational Education and Training [Sponsored][Economy & Jobs / Opinion] The European Trade Union Committee for Education (ETUCE) is pleased to announce the forthcoming public hearing on “The role of teachers and school heads in improving the status of Vocational Education and Training".

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