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ECB study finds Eurozone workers pushing for more remote working

A growing number of European workers are dissatisfied with work-from-home policies from their employers and are willing to change jobs to works with more...

Portugal finance minister quizzed by MEPs

Portugal’s finance minister, Fernando Medina, was quizzed by MEPs on Thursday on his country’s progress under the post-programme surveillance and on the desired actions...

MEPs approve Croatia’s entry into the eurozone

MEPs on Tuesday gave a favourable opinion to Croatia’s bid to become the newest member of the eurozone from the 1st January 2023. Parliament, by...

EU Elections 2019: Progressive Front against Neoliberalism and the Far-Right

The coming European Elections are considered as the most crucial ones for the future of the European project. The progressive forces need to tackle...

EU Ombudsman triple investigation into the lack of transparency

European Ombudsman Emily O'Reilly is today progressing three separate inquiries into the lack of transparency of decision-making of national governments at EU level. These inquires...

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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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