Tag: CHINA

The EU timidly opens to Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs): funds based on blockchain

It is a new form of raising capital. China and South Korea have already banned it, for investor protection. Switzerland and Singapore do not ban it and EU and U.S. have already issued warning notices. However, they plan to regulate it. (select a language version of this article on eEuropa.blog website) To set up an

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Biden the true leader of the EU

  Joe Biden’s visit to Europe, where he met the other 6 countries of G7 and the other 25 NATO countries, served to make it clear that the United States wants to go back to deal the cards again. Both military and economic ones. And in just one day, everyone agreed. Trump gave the impression

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Europe challenges Elon Musk’s SpaceX

  The deadline for submitting applications to the Contest organized by the European Innovation Council (EIC) the EU scientific council for the promotion of innovation, has closed on 31 May 2021. The winner, who can also be a group of participants, will receive €10 million. The ceremony will take place between November and December 2021. The aim of

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EU and the lost market

Today, European ministers asked to save the European audiovisual industry COVID-19 and streaming video platforms are destroying the market of European audiovisual producers. With losses, in 2020 alone, of at least € 200 billion. Now the EU is trying to recreate a market that has perhaps already been lost, bringing to mind the defeats of

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EU-China Agreement on Investments: EU inquires citizens

  The sky is darkening over EU-China cooperation. The tensions between the Western world and China, despite the good business, are intensifying and the European public opinion is also beginning to make its voice heard. Also for this reason, and in view of the ratification of the latest Agreements of 2020 between the EU and

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Biden to meet EU leaders next Thursday evening

Charles Michel, President of the European Council, informs this evening EU Heads of State and government that they will have a meeting with U.S. President Joe Biden, to discuss future cooperation between EU and U.S., next Thursday evening. They will ask Joe Biden for strong cooperation in the fight against Coronavirus worldwide (vaccines to Europe

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Understanding EU financing for external action

With the new 2021-2027 EU Multiannual Financial Framework of €1100 bn and this long Pandemic experience, how EU external relations will change? Let’s take a look inside the EU financing. In the face of the changing nature of the geopolitical environment in the past decade and its own internal challenges, the EU has reflected upon

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Covid-19, economic crisis and EU integration: The importance of the moral dimension in the European project*

The Covid-19 crisis led European public opinion to believe that the EU did not have the capacity to forecast or respond to health crises such as the pandemic. “Europe is not responding“, the Italian daily La Repubblica dramatically deplored.   (*The initial version of this article was published by The Robert Schuman Foundation (European Issue

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Today EP discussed EU Rail connectivity: in Europe and beyond, to Asia

On Tuesday 19 January 2021, the European Parliament debated on a Resolution to accelerate the EU strategy for rail transport. In the European Year of… Today EP discussed EU Rail connectivity: in Europe and beyond, to Asia