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06-11-2015

 

 News   Moscovici: 3 million migrants won’t harm EU economy

Three million migrants fleeing war and poverty are seen entering the EU by 2017 in a development likely to have a marginal positive impact on the economy, the European Commission said yesterday (5 November).

 
 News   Schulz in row with Commission over parliament's economic oversight

The European Commission promised MEPs a greater involvement in the so-called European Semester - but, according to Martin Schulz, the executive's latest proposals do not live up to Parliament’s expectations.

 
 News   European start-ups catching up with Silicon Valley

The European innovation ecosystem is gradually emerging from the long shadow cast by Silicon Valley, the home of the GAFA companies (Google, Apple, Facebook, Amazon) and the rising NATU companies (Netflix, Airbnb, Tesla, Uber), and carving out its own niche.

 
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 News   German government reaches compromise, will speed up deportations
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 News   Commission billions to go to large-scale transport infrastructure
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 News   COP21 deal at risk over development aid 'greenwashing'
 News   Finnish government close to collapse over healthcare reform
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 News   Germany-favoured Nord Stream-2 risks strangling Ukraine, US says
 News   Sweden considers cutting development aid budget by 60% due to refugee crisis
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