Climate Change Strategy Focuses on Low-Carbon Emission Companies

The Volkswagen Group is the largest car manufacturer in Europe for vehicle sales. However, recent news is that the carbon emissions of Volkswagen’s total car sales in 2020 may still…

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EU Expects Answers from AstraZeneca

Following AstraZeneca‘s announcement that it will be delivering less vaccine than planned, Brussels is threatening legal action. In the responsible committee of the EU Commission, the manufacturer should now provide…

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EU Closes An Investment Agreement with China

After almost seven years of negotiations, the European Union has closed on Wednesday a controversial investment agreement with China that aims to improve the access of European investors to the…

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All EU Countries Start Vaccination “on the Same Day”

The 27 EU states will be able to “start the same day” their anti-COVID vaccination campaigns, after the notification of the green light from the European regulator to the vaccine…

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Lagarde Calls on EU Countries to Quickly Pay Out Corona Aid

ECB President Christine Lagarde has called on the countries of the euro zone to end their dispute over the EU budget and to quickly pay out urgently needed corona aid….

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EU Summit on the Economic Recovery Plan

The President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, has asked leaders to take advantage of the telematic summit this Friday to advance towards an agreement on the economic…

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With Facebook Apps, EU Companies Billed 208 Billion

The use of Facebook, Messenger, Instagram and WhatsApp has helped European companies to generate a turnover of around 208 billion euros and about 3.1 million jobs in 2019. These are…

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Johnson: Britain will Definitely Leave EU in October

Production Editor: Hülya Karahan istanbulpostcomtr@gmail.com UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson sent his plan for the Irish border to the European Commission on Wednesday afternoon in Brussels (here the original document)….

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France Called on Germany to Save the EU from a Worsening Economic Situation

French Minister of Economics and Finance Bruno Le Mer called on Germany “right now” to start investing in the euro zone, without waiting for the economic situation to worsen. According…

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Donald Tusk Says He Wants to Fill Half of the EU’s Top Jobs with Women

Chairman of European Union leaders Donald Tusk says he wants to fill half of the EU’s top jobs with women. He is tasked with nominations for four top EU jobs:…

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Trump Postpones his Decision on the Car Tariffs on EU And Japan

The US President extends his ultimatum by up to six months, so as not to jeopardize the ongoing negotiations with Japan and the EU. US President Donald Trump postpones his…

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Teresa May Asks for a Postponement of EU Exit

 British Prime Minister Theresa May sent a letter to European Council President Donald Tusk asking for a postponement until 30 June. May told the European official that she needed more…

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