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A climate of change?

What does the future look like for EU-China trade? Has the recent APEC commitment on climate objectives between the US and China pushed the EU further down the pecking order in terms of setting the global agenda for climate action? In this interview for EuroBiz magazine, Interel's CEO, Fredrik Lofthagen gives his take on the issues....

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Postcard from Strasbourg by Richard Steel

Offensive. Bigoted. Insulting. No, not the new cover of Charlie Hebdo but your usual week of political mud-slinging in Strasbourg. Gianni called Marine a dirty liar, Julie accused Catherine of being a nasty little trouble-maker. Plus ça change. All eyes were on the enfants terribles of the hemicycle as to how they would use their freedom of speech to

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L’Analyse du mois de Florence Maisel – Decembre 2014

La fin de l’année avait vu l’exécutif repartir à l’offensive (...)

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Paradoxe : quand le lobbying des taxis pénalise son propre business, par Aristide Luneau

En manifestant, les taxis sont parvenus à faire interdire UberPop. Il reste que ce corps de métier risque de pâtir de son lobbying agressif à moyen terme. Retrouvez l'analyse d'Aristide Luneau dans Le Cercle - Les Echos

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Postcard from Strasbourg by Richard Steel

The Killing List sounds like a dark Swedish thriller starring feisty Scandinavians in thick-knit sweaters. The silent assassin turned out to be none other than Frans Timmermans wielding his axe to 80 superfluous legislative proposals. Maybe Kill Bill 3 would have been a better title.

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