EASA says stop to all Boeing 737 Max operations in Europe

EASA stops the scandal of 55 B737 Max still full operational in Europa, from 12 EU companies of 10 Countries. Pilots were ready for a strike in Europe. Following the tragic accident of Ethiopian Airlines flight ET302 involving a Boeing 737 MAX 8, and after suspending their B737 Max in several countries around the Word,

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New EU-Morocco Fisheries Partnership: Europe can fish 275 000 tonnes

The new agreement, which includes the Western Sahara, will start in 2019 and will allow a fishing quantity of 275 000 tonnes for the EU, during four years. The EU and shipowners will pay for fishing in the african territorial waters. Western Sahara, with a strong vocation for fishing, will have important benefits. European Greens

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La France ralentit sa croissance en 2019. Italie dernière en Europe.

Commerce mondial, mesures fiscales, crise automobile et méfiance des consommateurs parmi les causes.

Italia vicina alla recessione, UE bene

L’Italia rischia la recessione, dopo due trimestri in negativo e un inizio 2019 che non promette bene.

“I Want Transparency on next EU-US Trade Negotiations”

European Commission’s President Juncker asks Members States and European Parliament a new mandate and to monitor the next Transatlantic negotiations TTIP between EU and U.S. . The two giants have more than €5,000.00bn/year of trade. Last January, the European Parliament discussed the state of Transatlantic negotiations and the new EU priorities together with EU Commissioner

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Strasbourg: Christmas Market, Shots, Silence

Last night Strasbourg was wounded by a 29-year-old man who fired at the crowd in the Christmas market. A Christmas market that brings almost two million visitors each year. Two confirmed deaths and more than ten people injured, of which very very serious. Strasbourg is also the seat of  the European Parliament, but for now

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European cheese will go to Japan. Cars back. Parlement voted OK

Today, the European Parliament endorsed the new EU-Japan trade agreement. Abolished the tariffs of 38% for the European hard cheese and tariff of 10%  for Japanese cars.  Abolished more than 90% of tariffs for EU exports and Japan will benefit for many good and services. The European Parliament voted this Wednesday the ratification of the

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