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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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Les Routes de la Soie: une succès pour toute l’Eurasie

La liaison ferroviaire transcontinentale eurasienne prend de plus en plus une dimension stratégique: les lignes multiple de liaison existant entre l’Europe et la Chine, ainsi que le projet EATL de la Commission économique pour l’Europe des Nations unies (CEE-ONU) et de la Commission économique et sociale des Nations unies pour l’Asie et le Pacifique (CESAP), concernent en effet dix-huit États de la région eurasiatique. Dix-huit États qui vont prospérer d’avantage, grâce aux investissement en infrastructures et aux échanges.

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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“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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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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We have to be worried about Huawei?

“Given the mandatory cooperation they have to maintain with Chinese intelligence services, yes”, said European Commission Vice-President for Digital Single Market Andrus Ansip. But Huawei replayed in a statement: “We categorically reject any allegation that we might pose a security threat. We are open to a dialogue with Vice President Andrus Ansip to address these

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