Extension of November aid: waiting for Brussels

Federal Finance Minister Olaf Scholz wants to extend the emergency aid for companies that have to remain closed due to the partial lockdown. The EU Commission has approved one part, another has yet to be examined. By Matthias Reiche, ARD-Studio Brussels Small grants, bridging aid, loan regulations or economic stabilization funds: the European Commission in … Read more

London and Brussels continue to negotiate on fishing and competition, now remotely

File photo of an anti-Brexit protester in Westminster, London, UK. November 13, 2020. REUTERS / Henry Nicholls BRUSSELS, Nov 23 (Reuters) – UK and European Union negotiators resumed talks on their post-Brexit relationship by teleconference on Monday, in order to share their fishing quotas and ensure a fair competition framework for companies that include state … Read more

Uncertainty in the face of the Brexit abyss

Fishing, governance, fair competition. They are the three main areas that hinder progress in the negotiations on the relationship between the United Kingdom and the European Union after Brexit. And less than six weeks before the end of the transition period, on December 31, the uncertainty grows as to whether there is political will to … Read more

Brussels advances in secondary areas in Brexit negotiation

Photo: EFE Brussels acknowledged that progress was achieved in the negotiation on the relationship with the United Kingdom after Brexit in areas such as transport, but in the key areas of competition, fisheries and governance, consensus does not arrive. In a meeting with the ambassadors of the Member States of the European Union (EU), the … Read more

Brussels advances in secondary areas of the Brexit negotiation

Brussels, Nov 20 (EFE) .- The European Commission (EC) recognized this Friday that “some progress” has been made in the negotiation on the relationship with the United Kingdom after Brexit in areas such as transport, but in key areas On competition, fishing and governance, the consensus has not yet reached, community sources told Efe. In … Read more

Pfizer, Oxford, Moderna … Which Covid-19 vaccine will you get? | Companies

What vaccine are you going to get to get immunized against the coronavirus? The short answer is that you will not be able to choose. The long version is that it will depend on a host of circumstances regarding which ones are authorized in Europe, the industrial capacity of the manufacturers, the European supply contracts … Read more

Brexit still has no clear exit, so brussels prepares contingency plan – Europe – International

British citizens voted to remove their country from the European Union on June 23, 2016. Almost four and a half years later, his government still does not agree with the European Union the treaty that will regulate the relationship after his final departure, which will take place on December 31. (In context: Brussels and London … Read more

Brussels is inhibited and leaves the merger of Telefónica and Liberty in the hands of London

Related news The European Comission has decided this Thursday to withdraw and send to London the examination of the merger between the Telefónica (O2) and Liberty (Virgin) in the UK. As Invertia advanced, Brussels considers that the new Authority for Consumers and the Market CMA is well positioned to assess the impact of concentration on … Read more

A new round of Brexit negotiation begins in Brussels • Hola News

UE BREXIT Brussels, Nov 16 (EFE) .- The negotiating teams of the United Kingdom and the European Union (EU) began a new round of talks on Monday in search of an agreement on their future relationship when the Brexit transition period ends next December 31st. “The European Commission negotiating team continues negotiations in Brussels this … Read more

“The Brussels Effect”, or how the EU can remain a superpower

For many observers, the European Union it is in deep crisis. Between slow growth; the political turmoil that followed a decade of austerity policies; the Brexit; And with increasing Asian influence, the EU is increasingly seen as a declining power on the world stage. Columbia Law Professor Anu Bradford argues otherwise in her important new … Read more