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Is France’s bike industry on the road to a ‘Made in Europe’ comeback?
'Made in Asia’ dumping methods have damaged Europe’s industries. Can the European Union rescue the ‘made in Europe’ market and save European jobs? Unreported heads to France to take a look at the bike industry and its European comeback.
Brussels wants to cut down EU's dependence on key imports
The European Commission has identified 137 products in strategic sectors, like healthcare and high tech, where the EU is highly dependent on imports.
Brussels moves to control foreign takeovers of EU companies
The European Commission has proposed a new law to investigate the activity of companies that receive subsides from non-EU governments.
Croatia opens its doors to digital nomads with a special visa
Meet Melissa Paul, the first person to take advantage of the country's new scheme for digital workers.
Economists revise eurozone growth downwards amid second COVID wave
Lockdowns and pandemic-related restrictions were likely to slow down Europe's economic recovery as the ECB cut its predicts for 2021 and beyond.
What will change for business in 2021 even with the UK-EU trade deal?
In the second of our two-part series, Euronews examines what the end of the Brexit transition period will mean for businesses and traders operating between the EU and the UK.
Coronavirus: New businesses thriving in Flanders despite pandemic
Almost 2,000 new businesses opened up in the second quarter of the year in Brussels as well as 11,000 in Flanders.
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Red-listing of Ibiza and Mallorca a disaster for local businesses
Some of Spain’s world famous holiday destinations have become COVID-19 hotspots. Ibiza may be considered the clubbing capital of the world, but despite its dancefloors being silenced by the pandemic, infection rates in the Balearic islands are still climbing.
EU gives green light to €290 million state aid for Brussels Airlines
The EU's temporary state aid framework means the Belgian government can help the ailing national carrier avoid bankruptcy.
'A marathon not a sprint': EU competition chief reacts to Apple defeat
The EU was dealt a blow Wednesday when the union's second-highest court ruled that Apple did not have to pay €13 billion in Irish back taxes
Going Dutch: Netherlands has 'frugal' approach EU recovery package
EU leaders meet Friday to thrash out a deal on the trillion-euro rescue package, but the Dutch prime minister remains firm in his objections to parts of the plan. We went to the Netherlands to get the Dutch perspective on the recovery funds.
Watch again: EU and China seek to ease tensions at summit
Chinese leaders and EU officials are seeking to cool tensions at a video summit on Monday, which will address new tariffs targeting Chinese firms, Beijing’s increasing control over Hong Kong, and the fallout from the coronavirus crisis.
The Brief: Consultations begin on EU scheme of minimum wage
EU Commission working out how to propose a cohesive minimum wage plan
ECB's Lagarde warns coronavirus is fueling economic uncertainty
ECB's Chief Christine Lagarde says the coronavirus "adds a new layer of uncertainty" in an already fragile global economy
Devise Project: Ireland puts the spotlight on digital SMEs
Digital SMEs in Ireland have put their know-how to good use helping other companies in the region to advance
'EU more vital than US': UK businesses call for more Brexit clarity
Sixty-one percent of UK directors describe the EU as more important to them than any other countries, including the US.
Northern Ireland: What does business make of Johnson’s Brexit plan?
Many traders are highly critical of the UK PM’s proposals to replace the Irish border backstop.
Sweden's One Stop Future Shop roaring success
We visit the Biskopsgarden district of the Gothenburg municipality, Sweden. The 'One Stop Future Shop’ is a programme that has been empowering people on the peripheries of the labour market, such as immigrants, to start up their own personal entrepreneurial projects.
Business 'Brexodus': How no-deal uncertainty is hurting small companie
"We feel we've been hung out to dry by the UK government."
Striding the global stage: How the EU is helping local heroes take on the world
The EU is keen to create the multinational business champions of the future, and is looking to help successful SMEs make the leap from local dominance to the international markets.
"Women create a more inclusive society"
Conference in Portugal fosters female entrepreneurship
'Mapping Basilicata': Spreading the word about Italian expertise
An EU-backed 'capacity building' project has helped promote regional know-how from southern Italy and encouraged local firms to work together
What next for EU-UK trade relations?
Business representatives mull post-Brexit trade ties at Brussels forum, as EU prepares to publish guidelines
European judges solve Rubik's Cube legal puzzle
The Rubik’s Cube, a multicolored three-dimensional puzzle, that has been a fixture in children’s toy boxes for forty years.
Barroso's commission: where are they now?
A third of Jose Barroso’s European Commission colleagues have taken up high level roles in the business sector since leaving public office.
Brexit: the aftershocks
In this edition of Insiders, Euronews’ current affairs magazine with an in-depth look at the critical events shaping our world, we take a look at the impact of…