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From France: Espionage – They Do It To Us Also …

  • January 7th, 2011
  • Posted by EUEditor

renault-fluence.jpegA day after the publication of Wikileaks documents calling France the “evil empire” of commercial espionage, news that Renault is acting against a leaking of information about its new electric car. … Read More »

Earth Lobby’s Attack On Deep Drilling And Truck Exhausts …

  • September 28th, 2010
  • Posted by EUEditor

deepwater-ablaze.jpegGreenpeace Europe has started a lobbying campaign, telling Members of the European Parliament they should outlaw deep sea oil wells like the Deepwater Horizon – and it is accusing MEPs of planning to weaken air pollution laws governing trucks. … Read More »

Saab: Last, Last Ditch

  • January 9th, 2010
  • Posted by EUEditor

saab-turningnews.jpegLast- minute bidders emerged to try to save the Saab car company on the final date formally declared for offers (7.1.10), by the parent company General Motors. … Read More »

‘Green Capitals’ In Europe

  • February 25th, 2009
  • Posted by Daniel Challis

Hamburg and Stockholm have been named Europe’s first-ever “green capitals”, in a new award incentive designed by the European Commission to promote environmentally-friendly city living.

Budapest was the winner of the 2008 European Mobility Week award in acknowledgement of its efforts to promote green transport…

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Economy: More Stress And Strain

  • February 6th, 2009
  • Posted by EUEditor

eu-flag-site.pngAnother week of economic strain has ended with the European Central Bank (ECB) again setting out prospects for a difficult 2009 – and holding off from any change in currently low-pitched interest rates.

The trouble in the economy was expressing itself also in strikes and demonstrations; while European law-makers considered a brace of projects which, crisis or not, would be bringing more aspects of life under one set of laws. … Read More »

French Government Steps In For Car Industry

  • December 17th, 2008
  • Posted by Daniel Challis

French President Nicolas Sarkozy has asked his Industry Minister Luc Chatel to formulate a plan by the end of the month to revive France’s struggling car industry.


Sarkozy met with car executives on Monday at the Elysee Palace to talk about one of the hardest hit industries affected by the global economic slowdown…

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Change The Oil Market, says Europe

  • June 20th, 2008
  • Posted by 7thmin

europ-council-brown-reduced-19608.jpgChanging the world oil market became the focus of an extended session of the EU leaders’ summit at Brussels on Thursday night (19.6.08) – displacing some of the wrangling over future government of the multi-national body. … Read More »

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