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Wednesday, 27 June 2018

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[Global Europe] The European Union agreed a compromise yesterday (26 June) whereby it would open negotiations to join the bloc with Albania and Macedonia starting in June next year, provided certain conditions are met.

[Electric cars] The German parliament, the Bundestag, is hosting a public hearing on Wednesday (27 June) on the European Commission's proposal on cars' CO2 emission limits for 2025/30 in a bid to find a consensus between the different ministries.

[Economy & Jobs] In an exclusive interview with EURACTIV, the EU's antitrust chief, Margrethe Vestager, said the US social network Facebook was on her radar screen but not the e-commerce giant Amazon, which is also suspected of abusing its dominant position.


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Hoping for EU help, Merkel talks migration with coalition partners [Politics]

Vestager: ‘I’d like a Facebook that I pay, with full privacy’ [Economy & Jobs]

Unions and businesses urge EU countries to speed up Brexit negotiations [Politics]

Europe grapples with policy patchwork to tackle air pollution [Energy & Environment]

Sanctions are good? Russian cheese producer claims credit for French soccer wins [World]

Pope and Macron hold ‘intense’ meeting at Vatican [Politics]

Berlin divided over cars’ CO2 limits, hindering EU decision [Electric cars]

EU puts ‘North Macedonia’ and Albania on hold until the European elections [Global Europe]

An EU budget to protect people in poverty or our defence and security industries? [Politics]

Europe must get serious about short food supply chains [Food chain sustainability]


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The Brief – Desperately seeking cohesion [Politics]

Defuse this explosive migration summit with a strategic EU study [Politics]

In Sète, EU funds help stop coastal erosion [Economy & Jobs]

Bulgaria under fire for ill-treatment of asylum-seekers [Politics]

Combination vaccines: more protection for all with less injections [Promoted content] [Health]

EU likely to impose safeguard measures on steel imports by mid-July [Economy & Jobs]

Building a fair and prosperous space on the two shores of Mediterranean [Global Europe]

Plant breeding innovations can help to future proof our farming system [Innovation in agriculture]

Eurozone reform: CDU split over Merkel’s plans [Economy & Jobs]

EU’s high-speed rail plan is ineffective, unrealistic, say Auditors [Railways]

Over A Coffee with Paulo Rangel, Portuguese MEP [Politics]

Counterfeit trade on the agenda of ACP negotiations [Africa]

Chilly Western reactions to Erdogan’s win [Turkey]

14 European countries call for stronger EU climate action [Energy & Environment]

EU countries call for strict health rules on ‘water contact materials’ [Food packaging]

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