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17.09.2014

Poland: Will Ewa Kopacz be an Iron Lady or a Tusk puppet?

While Council President-elect Donald Tusk is “polishing his English”, before he assumes his post on 1 December, Ewa Kopacz, his successor as Prime Minister, is confronted with the daunting task of building not only a new cabinet,...more »


17.09.2014

Berlin launches dialogue to boost pharma research

The German government initiated plans on Monday (15 September) to strengthen the country’s attractiveness for pharmaceutical research and development, but the Left Party warns it is likely to become an "image campaign" for...more »


16.09.2014

Including people with intellectual disabilities in the workplace

SPECIAL REPORT: About 300 scholars, athletes and policymakers gathered on Monday (15 September) at the Special Olympics scientific symposium to discuss new and better ways to include people with intellectual disabilities in...more »


16.09.2014

French government supports debt securitisation

The French government, preoccupied with the issue of financing business investment, wants to test securitisation transactions for small and medium sized businesses. This system is also making headway at a European level.more »


16.09.2014

Fighting climate change needn’t cost growth and jobs, EU leaders told

Fighting climate change will deliver economic growth and employment, a report launched today (16 September) found, upping pressure on EU leaders to agree an effective carbon reduction package at their October summit. The EU...more »


16.09.2014

Serbia grudgingly accepts Juncker’s enlargement pause

Belgrade believes that the pause in the admission of new EU states during the next mandate of the European Commission, though not encouraging, does not reduce the membership prospects of the Western Balkan countries, which will...more »


16.09.2014

Scottish independence would open doors for development

A yes vote would increase Scotland’s aid budget to £1bn, presenting the new donor with complex spending challenges, writes James Mackie. James Mackie is senior adviser on EU development policy at the European Centre for...more »


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