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3 days ago
India is mulling whether to impose its own carbon tax to offset losses from the EU’s new carbon levy on imports. 
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13 hours ago
An Italian general made a fortune from a gay-bashing book, while a Greek male model earned tens of thousands eating bugs on TV, but new MEPs' values and dignity aside, some financial declarations also raised red flags on lobbying. 
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11 hours ago
Some of the policies that are waiting at the doorstep of both the next parliament's employment committee and the programme of the next European Commission are public procurement, abuse of workers, use of AI in the workplace, social dialogue and exposure to harmful chemicals.
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Foreign Affairs Council


What if we are fighting inflation all wrong?

28 days ago
In a new paper, two economists argue that the EU needs a system of price controls and buffer stocks to prevent future inflation and shouldn't just leave it to the ECB to fight price rises through interest rates after the fact.
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Capital Markets Union will not foot Europe’s climate bill, says report

6 days ago
In an effort to save money, the EU hopes private financiers will foot "most" of the climate bill. But a new report dispels these hopes, calling them "wishful thinking."
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Biden's future in doubt among EU friends after new blunders

10 days ago
EU leaders stuck by US president Joe Biden despite his striking gaffes in Washington, but behind the scenes diplomats fear he'll be forced to step aside.
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