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European Commission

Executive institution of the european union

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People

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Role
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Alberto Elias

Advisor

Amaury Aubrée-Dauchez

Partner

Andrei Horvat

Advisor

Antonio Fonduca

Advisor

Antonio Hyder

Advisor

Carla de Carolis

Advisor

Dimitris Matsakis

Advisor

Dominik Tobschall

Advisor

Federico Travella

Advisor

Francis Beland

Advisor

Gary Cige

Advisor

Igor Tasic

Advisor

Jennifer Woodard

Advisor

Joseph Martz

Advisor

Lon Addison

Advisor

Lucy Setian

Advisor

Luis Cuende

Advisor

Moritz von Butler

Advisor

Raul Izquierdo

Advisor

Stasinos Konstantopoulos

Advisor

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Foo Yun Chee
April 6, 2020
IN
Mastercard Inc's bid for a part of Scandinavian payments group Nets is a significant threat to competition in Europe, the European Commission said on Monday after it was asked by six national competition agencies to examine the deal.
IANS
April 4, 2020
@bsindia
The decision will make them one-third cheaper. For ventilators, the average value-added tax rate is 20%
Reuters Editorial
April 3, 2020
IN
The coronavirus pandemic continues to explode in the United States and the death toll climbs in Italy and Spain, with data on Thursday showing deepening economic pain as U.S. weekly jobless claims rose to another record.
Reuters Editorial
April 2, 2020
IN
Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said Rome would not nationalise businesses during the coronavirus crisis on Thursday as the European Commission's head promised affected countries up to 100 billion euros ($110 billion), starting with Italy.
Reuters Editorial
March 30, 2020
U.S.
Generic drugmaker Mylan NV has offered concessions to address European Union antitrust concerns about its bid for Pfizer's off-patent branded drugs business Upjohn, a filing on the European Commission site showed on Monday.
Natasha Lomas
March 27, 2020
TechCrunch
As part of its response to the public health emergency triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic, the European Commission has been leaning on Europe's telcos to share aggregate location data on their users. "The Commission kick-started a discussion with mobile phone operators about the provision of aggregated and anonymised mobile phone location data," it said today. [...]
Reuters Editorial
March 18, 2020
IN
Germany's Economy Ministry said on Wednesday that export licenses for the export of protective equipment to Italy, Switzerland and Austria had been issued, including for 400,000 protective masks to go to Italy.
March 13, 2020
WebWire
ArcelorMittal calls for member states and MEPs to support the introduction of a carbon border adjustment (CBA), as part of the European Commission's €1 trillion Green Deal, aimed at making the bloc carbon neutral by 2050. In a manifesto published today, 'Creating a low carbon world, the case for a Carbon Border Adjustment', ArcelorMittal sets out its firm belief that a CBA should be one of the first Green Deal measures adopted by the new European Commission, as it will help to create the...
Reuters Editorial
March 13, 2020
U.S.
The European Union has cleared United Technologies Corporation's (UTC) planned acquisition of Raytheon , subject to conditions, the European Commission said on Friday.
Natasha Lomas
March 12, 2020
TechCrunch
The European Commission is switching all staff in "non-critical functions" to remote working from next Monday in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. In an email sent to staff today the Commission writes that president Ursula von der Leyen has activated a business continuity plan that requires all but those in "critical functions" to telework from [...]
AFP
March 12, 2020
@bsindia
His remarks came after the presidents of the European Commission and European Council reacted with anger to the suspension Trump announced unilaterally and without consultation on Wednesday.
Laurie L. Dove
March 11, 2020
HowStuffWorks
Airlines are flying planes with no passengers, due in part to the worldwide outbreak of coronavirus, but also for economic reasons that have nothing to do with disease.
By Jonathan Chadwick For Mailonline
March 11, 2020
Mail Online
Smartphone owners in Europe - including those in the UK - are being given new rights to have their device repaired under laws introduced by the EU that could put an end to 'throwaway culture'.
Shannon Osaka
March 11, 2020
Grist
Planes have been flying empty to avoid losing their places at busy airports.
Natasha Lomas
March 10, 2020
TechCrunch
Startups have welcomed proposals from the European Commission aimed at cutting red tape and shrinking cross-border barriers for small businesses as part of a new EU industrial strategy plan with a twin focus on digital and green transitions unveiled today. Among the package of measures being proposed by the European Union's executive body are for [...]
Theo Leggett
March 10, 2020
BBC News
The carrier has seen a fall in bookings due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Natasha Lomas
March 9, 2020
TechCrunch
The European Parliament has instructed vulnerable staff with a pre-existing health condition to work from home on account of increased personal risk related to the outbreak of the COVID-19 novel coronavirus, according to sources and an email reviewed by TechCrunch. The European Commission confirmed its first cases of coronavirus last week, after a staffer at [...]
Samuel Petrequin
March 4, 2020
CTVNews
Amid fierce criticism from environmental activists, the European Commission is unveiling plans Wednesday for its first ever climate law -- the basis of the European Union's Green Deal aimed at making the 27-country bloc climate neutral by 2050.
By SAMUEL PETREQUIN, Associated Press
March 3, 2020
Houston Chronicle
BRUSSELS (AP) - Climate activists and Green members of the European Parliament are urging the European Union to be more ambitious as the bloc gets ready to unveil plans for a climate law to cut greenhouse gas emissions to zero by mid-century. While the Greens urged the 27-nation bloc to raise its 2030 climate targets, a group of 34 youth climate activists, including Greta Thunberg, wrote an open letter Tuesday to EU leaders explaining why they think the planned law is "a surrender." European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, who has put climate change at the top of her priorities and pledged to make Europe the first climate neutral continent by 2050, will present her plans on Wednesday. To add luster to the event, she has invited Thunberg to discuss the climate legislation with her and EU commissioners. In light of the tone of the letter, it's unlikely that Thunberg will only sit and watch. "Any climate law or policy that is not based on the current best available science and does not include the global aspect of equity or climate justice - principles at the very heart of the Paris Agreement - will do more harm than good," the group said. "Such a law sends a strong signal that real, sufficient action is being taken when in fact it's not." The group stressed that instead of setting long-term goals, the EU should focus on the "CO2 budget which applies for today." Such C02 budgets are used to measure the additional emissions that can enter the atmosphere without global warming exceeding a certain level. World leaders agreed five years ago in Paris to keep global warming below 2 degrees Celsius (3.6 Fahrenheit), ideally no more than 1.5 C (2.7 F) by the end of the century. But scientists say countries will miss both of those goals by a wide margin unless drastic steps are taken to begin cutting...
Reuters Editorial
February 24, 2020
U.S.
United Technologies Corp and Raytheon Co have offered concessions to address EU antitrust concerns about their plan to create a $120 billion U.S. aerospace and defense giant, a filing on the European Commission website showed on Monday.
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