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28.07.2015

French farmers warn of further protests, as blockades sparks anger in Germany

French farmers furious over falling food prices stopped as many as 400 lorries bringing produce from Germany for several hours on Monday (27 July), as a similar protest took place near the Spanish border.more »


28.07.2015

UK referendum plans a 'recipe for confusion', warn Lords

The UK government has been criticised for its handling of the referendum on British membership of the EU by the House of Lords, which called the reform plans a "recipe for confusion". In a report published today (28 July), the...more »


28.07.2015

Brussels denies Varoufakis' claims that troika controlled Greek tax agency

The European Commission on Tuesday (28 July) sharply denied claims by Greece's ex-finance minister Yanis Varoufakis that creditors overseeing Greece's bailout also controlled the country's tax agency.more »


28.07.2015

There ain't no such thing as a free lunch

We have grown accustomed to the fact that anything we want is at our fingertips at any time. But as the world population grows faster than ever, we need significant changes to the way we think about feeding the planet, writes...more »


28.07.2015

Alstom offers concessions to keep GE deal on track

Alstom is to accept €300 million less than previously agreed for its power turbines unit from General Electric as a contribution to the US-based buyer's efforts to win antitrust clearance in Europe. more »


28.07.2015

We must tackle this unprecedented European crisis

It would be a mistake to keep pretending that Europe will emerge stronger from the latest round of the Greek crisis, or to ignore that all the shouting at Athens, and the shouting back at Germany, sets the scene for the “NO camp”...more »


28.07.2015

How the eurozone survived the Greek crisis

The Greek crisis has strained nerves on the eurozone debt market, but unlike four years ago there has been no contagion of financial uncertainty across the single currency bloc. more »


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