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Wednesday, 18 July 2018

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[Politics] Answering a journalistic question, President Donald Trump yesterday (17 July) appeared to put in doubt the United States' obligation to defend all NATO allies.

[World] European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker will meet with US President Donald Trump at the White House on 25 July in an attempt to repair the strained relations between the transatlantic allies.

[Defence and security] Belgium is being offered a possible role in future European combat jet developments if it picks the Eurofighter Typhoon over the US-built F-35, in a fierce contest to rearm the country's air force, a senior official with Britain's BAE Systems said.


Regulation on agency work and online platforms – Similarities and differences

Read the World Employment Confederation-Europe's study, the first, pan-European report mapping the online talent platform economy and comparing it with temporary agency work.

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Has Bulgaria’s coal industry hit rock bottom? [Energy & Environment]

EU begins screening Macedonia, Albania for mid-2019 accession talks [Global Europe]

Belgium offered sweetener to pick up Eurofighter [Defence and security]

Why die for Montenegro, Trump asks [Politics]

Svoboda MEP: Europe needs a copyright regime for the internet age [Digital Single Market]

Juncker to meet Trump in Washington on 25 July [World]

The Brief – Happy Birthday, Angela! [Politics]

EU and Japan ‘cement’ relationship against Trump’s protectionism [Economy & Jobs]

Leave campaign broke law in Brexit vote, UK elections regulator finds [Politics]

How France successfully countered Russian interference during the presidential election [French election 2017]


Ceemet presents: Digitalisation & World of Work

This 2nd edition of the "Digitalisation & World of Work" report shares new insights, lifting up the important questions and generating solutions. It eventually helps businesses, workers and policymakers boost a human centric digitalisation process.

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Iceland pledges inquest after blue whale scandal [Energy & Environment]

Cypriot minister: We hope for resumption of reunification talks [Turkey]

Berlin joins opposition to EU Commission’s proposed cuts for CAP [CAP reform]

More than a billion people struggle to stay cool as Earth warms [Heating and cooling]

Thailand confident to ban illegal fishing, forced labour by end of year, says ambassador [Food chain sustainability]

EU to slam Google with record fine ahead of Juncker US visit [Economy & Jobs]

Croatia’s renovation projects can teach us as much as their football [Energy & Environment]

Britain unveils fighter jet model to rival Franco-German programme [Defence and security]

7 nightmare days for Theresa May [Politics]

Russia and Ukraine in EU-backed talks to avoid fresh ‘gas wars’ [Energy & Environment]

Advanced biofuels are key to decarbonising transportation [Promoted content] [Energy & Environment]

EU, Japan to sign massive trade deal as US puts up barriers [Economy & Jobs]

Trump’s submission to Putin stuns EU allies [World]

Swedes set to smash renewable target 12 years early [Renewable energies]

Horizon Europe – A global health prescription for the EU [Global Europe]

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Electricity market reform: A European tour

The European Commission wants to reform “capacity mechanisms” put in place across EU member states to remunerate power plants that remain on standby in case of a demand peak, arguing they distort the market. But views differ amid wide-ranging national disparities. Take a look at the series of policy workshops, which EURACTIV held on the proposed reform in France, Spain and Italy.

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European brewers’ consumer information commitment

The Brewers of Europe leads cross-sectoral efforts towards a fair and meaningful self-regulatory solution for all alcoholic drinks to list ingredients and nutrition information.

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