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EU top Court sides with Amazon in tax avoidance case

Amazon received a final positive verdict from the European Union Court of Justice that threw away a 250 million euros fine that the tech...

MEPs want to see the principle of primacy of the EU law written in the Treaties

According to Parliament, only the EU Court of Justice can interpret EU law and set its scope. The principle of primacy of EU law is...

MEPs back concurrent membership of EU countries and the Union in the Geneva Act

The decision allows seven EU countries, originally members of the Lisbon Agreement, to accede to the Geneva Act alongside the European Union. With 25 votes...

EU has a mandate and a responsibility to combat discrimination

Parliament’s resolution points to concerns οn discrimination trends across EU member states and urges the Council to re-initiate talks. Parliament reiterates that the Council must...

Parliament: Fundamental rights in the EU

Parliament’s latest assessment of the state of fundamental rights in the EU identifies numerous concerns and demands member states act in defence of European...

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EU membership talks to start for Moldova and Ukraine

The European Union has agreed to launch membership negotiations...

German minister tries talking China out of retaliation tariffs

German economy minister Robert Habeck arrived in China on...

Amazon announces a further €10 billion investment in jobs and innovations in Germany

Tech giant Amazon announced on Wednesday its plan to...

China ready for pork new tariffs as retaliation against EV hike

China decided to open an anti-dumping investigation on pork...

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