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European elections saw rise in turnout, but no surge

From 6 to 9 June, 357 million citizens were invited to vote to elect their representatives...

EU Elections: Will far-right surge pressure renewable energy stocks?

The surging power of far-right factions in the EU Parliament may place the renewable energy sector...

What von der Leyen’s EPP is demanding after its EU election win

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Elected lawmakers set to shape the EU’s agrifood policy

As the dust settles after the European elections, the landscape of the members of the European Parliament (MEPs) poised to shape the agricultural policy...

Ukrainian agricultural group boss warns Kyiv against export feud with EU

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Europe: world leader in eroding workers’ rights

Workers’ rights, fundamental to democracy, are under attack across the world—nowhere more so than in Europe. The 2024 International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) Global Rights...

The great EU top jobs puzzle is nearly solved

But the Portuguese legal system moves at a glacial pace, and while the investigation into Costa continues, his legal woes could be brought up...

Evolving EU-Kazakhstan relations offer new agriculture market opportunities

Kazakhstan is a growing market opportunity for European agricultural food and beverage exports, says Wojciechowski, underlining what he hails as the emerging importance of...

EU agencies highlight crypto concerns — both encryption and cryptocurrency

The European Union Innovation Hub — a collaborative effort among various EU agencies and member states — has recently published its inaugural report on...

Numbers don’t lie: jobs growth is being dominated by immigration

It would have been easy today to focus on the latest labour market statistics, showing rising unemployment, falling employment, fewer vacancies, another increase in...

EU tax breaks could benefit dealers at Basel

Although Switzerland is not a member of the EU, around half of Art Basel’s exhibiting galleries operate spaces there, making an impending EU directive,...

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