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 News   MEPs approve rules shining a light on 'shadow banking'

Financial transactions using shares, or other assets, to secure credit, will come under greater scrutiny after the European Parliament approved a new law on Thursday (29 October) on the 'shadow banking' sector.

 News   Commission vague about fiscal leeway for refugees

Member states face billions of euros in expenses for assisting refugees arriving in Europe. While the European Commission is ready to take this into account, the criteria remain unclear.

 News   €4-5bn EU digital investment fund needed, France says

The fervent Europhile said the fund could give grants of up to €100 million to innovative companies to help them keep up with the American competition. “This is a European challenge, so France and Germany have to advance together,” he added.

 News   Commission leaves door open for Greek bail-in
 News   Portugal’s new cabinet likely to be short-lived
 Interview   Skype founder: ‘EU tech isn't falling behind, it's picking up the pace’
 News   Spanish banks may have to repay billions in 'abusive' fixed-rate mortgages
 News   Juncker: Member states should pay for refugees
 Video   What is a fairer corporate taxation system for the EU? Hill+Knowlton Strategies shares its perspectives
 News   Political crisis boiling in Portugal
 Opinion   Europe’s Capital Markets Union needs to be climate proofed
 News   Facebook and Google to be grilled by MEPs over tax
 News   Monti: Ignoring the Greek referendum was a violation of democracy
 News   Greece's creditors demand further reforms
 News   Mandelson: Brexit renegotations would take ‘up to 10 years’
 News   EU's highest court exempts Bitcoins from VAT

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