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01/06/2018 - Energy, environment and climate
Comissioner Phil Hogan © EU
01/06/2018 - Food, farming and fisheries

For the next long-term EU budget 2021-2027, the Commission is proposing to modernise and simplify the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP).

Comissioner Karmenu Vella © EU
01/06/2018 - Energy, environment and climate

For the next long-term EU budget 2021-2027, the Commission is proposing to increase funding by almost 60% for LIFE, the EU programme for the environment and climate action.

Jean-Claude Juncker © EU
31/05/2018 - Enlargement, external relations and trade / Institutional affairs

The US announced that starting on 1 June 2018 it will impose additional duties of 25 % and 10 % respectively on imports of steel and aluminium from the EU.

Valdis Dombrovskis, Pierre Moscovici © EU
31/05/2018 - Economy and the euro

Both proposals are part of the broader agenda to deepen Europe's Economic and Monetary Union and make use of the EU budget to strengthen the performance and resilience of our interdependent economies.

31/05/2018 - Employment and social rights / Statistics
Valdis Dombrovskis, Marianne Thyssen, Tibor Navracsics, Mariya Gabriel © EU
30/05/2018 - Culture, education and youth / Economy and the euro

For the next long-term EU budget 2021-2027, the European Commission is proposing to increase funding for Creative Europe, the programme supporting European cultural and creative sectors and audiovisual works, to €1.85 billion.

Container ship in port © EU
30/05/2018 - Business, taxation and competition / Enlargement, external relations and trade

The EU could protect itself better against unfairly cheap imports and combat environmental or social dumping more effectively, under a law backed by MEPs.

View of Commission College meeting © EU
29/05/2018 - Economy and the euro / EU regional and urban development

For the next long-term EU budget 2021-2027, the Commission proposes to modernise Cohesion Policy, the EU's main investment policy and one of its most concrete expressions of solidarity.

29/05/2018 - Business, taxation and competition / Employment and social rights

Workers posted temporarily to another EU country must get equal pay for equal work in the same place, under revised rules voted by Parliament. The revised rules, approved by 456 votes to 147, with 49 abstentions, aim to ensure better protection for posted workers and fair competition for companies. 

Elzbieta Bienkowska, Emil Karanikolov © EU
29/05/2018 - Business, taxation and competition / Research and innovation

The Council agreed on a general approach on a regulation aimed at improving the mutual recognition of goods marketed in another member state. Ministers also held a policy debate on research and innovation within the context of the next EU financial framework for the years 2021 to 2027. 

Federica Mogherini © EU
28/05/2018 - Enlargement, external relations and trade

The Foreign Affairs Council held a debate on Iran, in particular the Iran nuclear deal, the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), following the US withdrawal from the agreement as announced on 8 May. 

Jyrki Katainen & Elżbieta Bieńkowska © EU
28/05/2018 - Business, taxation and competition / Economy and the euro

The Commission is proposing a targeted adjustment to intellectual property rules to help Europe's pharmaceutical companies tap into fast-growing global markets and foster jobs, growth and investments in the EU. 

28/05/2018 - Energy, environment and climate / Food, farming and fisheries
Frans Timmermans, Jyrki Katainen © EU
28/05/2018 - Energy, environment and climate

With the amount of harmful plastic litter in oceans and seas growing ever greater, the European Commission is proposing new EU-wide rules to target the 10 single-use plastic products most often found on Europe's beaches and seas, as well as lost and abandoned fishing gear.

Person using calculator and filling in forms © EU
25/05/2018 - Business, taxation and competition / Consumer affairs and public health

The Commission has proposed to reshape the rules governing excise duty on alcohol within the EU, paving the way for a better business environment and reduced costs for small alcohol-producing businesses and better protection for consumer health.

Valdis Dombrovskis & Jyrki Katainen © EU
24/05/2018 - Business, taxation and competition / Economy and the euro

The Commission has proposed new rules to give small and medium enterprises (SMEs) better access to financing through public markets. Part of the EU's Capital Markets Union (CMU) agenda, today's initiative should help EU companies to tap market-based funding more easily and cheaply so that they can expand.

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