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EU unveils 'gold standard' sustainable finance strategy
The European Commission wants to consolidate the EU's position as global leader of green bonds, a growing market that surpassed €850 billion in 2020.
Hospital employee paid €538,000 - despite never turning up for work
Police said the suspect allegedly had someone threaten a hospital superior in 2005 to keep him on the payroll.
EU fines pharmaceutical firms €60m over alleged pay-for-delay deal
"Teva’s and Cephalon’s pay-for-delay agreement harmed patients and national health systems, depriving them of more affordable medicines," said EU competition commissioner, Margrethe Vestager.
Madrid helps bars stay afloat by serving food without a license
New legislation in Madrid allows pubs without food licenses to sell food in order to help them through the pandemic.
EU COVID-19 rescue fund: what safeguards are there against corruption?
Leaders agreed a "historic" deal on the coronavirus recovery package, but how can the EU be sure that the money doesn't get into the wrong hands?
Ireland's Paschal Donohoe wins Eurogroup presidency
Ireland's Paschal Donohoe has won the Eurogroup presidency, beating Spain's Nadia Calvino.
EU splits mean COVID-19 rescue fund deal by end of July 'ambitious'
Later this month, European leaders will meet to try and thrash out a deal for a €750 billion EU coronavirus rescue fund.
Spain, Ireland and Luxembourg join race for Eurogroup presidency
Whoever takes on the chair of the eurozone group will play a major role in digging Europe out of the coronavirus economic downturn.
Who will join the race to be the Eurogroup's next president?
It comes after Mário Centeno quit as Eurogroup's president earlier this month.
Eurogroup chief Centeno says no political reason behind quit decision
He told Euronews it was simply the "end of a cycle". His tenure was due to end and he decided not to apply for a second term, he claimed.
EU bailout package 'would be a game-changer' for Europe, analyst says
Guntram Wolff has told Euronews that if EU leaders can agree on a one-trillion bailout package for member states it would strengthen the bloc.
EU countries split over size and conditions for coronavirus recovery
As the European Commission prepares to announce its recovery fund and new EU budget to help the economy rebound from the pandemic, the 'frugal four' have called for Brussels to be 'realistic' on the size and conditions for funding.
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Europe's week: Recovery, risk and US-China relations
Paris and Berlin teamed up to present their post-pandemic financial recovery plans for Europe, but not everyone was cheering Macron and Merkel.
Irish Finance Minister warns of damage to the European project if Merkel-Macron deal obstructed
Paschal Donohue says there would be “great difficulty” for the EU if “existing divergences” among member states are “exacerbated” by the impact of COVID-19.
Saving summer: Europe struggles to save tourism from coronavirus
The sector represents 10% of GDP and more than 20 million jobs across the continent.
EU leaders task Commission with pandemic recovery plan
While EU leaders asked the Commission to come up with a plan on the long-term recovery, they've signed off on a previously agreed 540 billion euro package to deal with the short term consequences of the economic downturn and insist it’s functioning by June 1st.
France willing to take Trump to WTO over proposed tariffs
French finance minister Bruno Le Maire said that there is no legal basis for Trump's tariff threat.
The Brief: a level-playing field with EU funding
Closing the gap between rich and poor- a great aim of regional development funding. One proposal is to improve the food production system. The urban agriculture model is being tested in the suburbs of Brussels with the goal of creating more sustainable food chains in cities.
Climate activists glue themselves to London Stock Exchange
Climate change protesters glued themselves to the London Stock Exchange to protest against the harm the financial sector causes to our planet.
Project funding could be cut as EU battles to balance books
As EU tackles a shrinking budget, and increased commitments, cohesion funds for development projects could be slashed
New EU rules aim to boost transparency in financial industry
The 'MiFID II' regulations force detailed reporting of transactions
The Brief: Schaueble says 'Auf Wiedersehen' to Eurogroup
German Finance minister bids farewell to his EU colleagues
The Brief from Brussels: MEPs urge quick Brexit talks
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the top stories from the EU’s de facto political capital.
Portugal exits EU's budget deficit watchlist
Portugal is no longer in breach of the EU’s budget rules, officials say, which cap a country’s deficit at three percent of gdp.
EU economic commissioner: "We need reforms capable of reconciling Europeans with Europe"
Euronews spoke to the EU Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs, Pierre Moscovici, at the Brussels Economic Forum
EU auditors slam 'weak' Commission over bailouts
The European Commission’s handling of some bailouts for crisis-hit countries was “generally weak” and inconsistent, according to a new report