Author: Paolo Licandro

Last 10 (difficult) days of the UK in Europe

  Last discussions and vote of the two branches of the British Parliament to decide whether it will be or not an abrupt Brexit. Hundreds of European “laws” may suddenly expire at midnight on February 1st. Large movements in financial markets and major concerns among companies. Government loses three times in the House of Lords

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WEB Copyright EU Directive adopted today

New EU rules for web publishers – EU wants to protect copyright.

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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