German companies suffer Brexit extension angst

By |oktober 29th, 2019|Brexit, Companies, economy and jobs, exports, Germany, News, trade, UK|

German businesses are nonplussed with the new Brexit extension, thanks to the uncertainty it preserves. But export forecasts are nonetheless seeing an increase, something which has more to do with Donald Trump than with the UK's pending EU exit. EURACT...

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Investors demand binding EU measures to shield from climate risks

By |september 20th, 2019|Companies, European Parliament, Germany, green bonds, Investoren, investors, News, Stock Exchange, stocks, Unternehmen|

More and more investors are making their investment decisions based on climate risks and whether investments are sustainable. Although Brussels lawmakers are working on making the valuation of companies more uniform in the EU taxonomy, the financial in...

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Trade wars: Germany’s slide into recession

By |avgust 28th, 2019|Companies, Economy, Germany, Ifo, News, recession, trade wars, world trade|

Germany is facing a recession, with business confidence plunging to levels not seen since the global economic crisis of 2009. As a result, calls for increased investment are growing louder – but possibly for the wrong reasons, EURACTIV Germany reports.

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Time to make French industry young again, suggests French education official

By |april 8th, 2019|Companies, Education, employment, News, youth|

Gabriel Attal, the secretary of state at France's ministry of education, expounds on two of his favourite topics: developing the relationship between schools and SMEs and facilitating patronage. An interview with Gabriel Attal by EURACTIV France’s media partner La Tribune.

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Tax evasion deprives the EU of 20% of corporate taxes

By |junij 11th, 2018|Companies, corporate tax, Economy, News, tax competition, tax havens, Taxes|

Economists consider, based on tax havens’ statistics such as Bermuda or Ireland, that 40% of multinational companies' profits avoid taxation. The EU would thus be deprived of a fifth of its income from companies. EURACTIV.fr reports.

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Transnational company agreements – another form of social dialogue in Europe

By |februar 20th, 2018|Companies, corporate agreements, European Works Councils (EWC), multinationals, News, private sector, social dialogue, Trade Unions|

Transnational company agreements, made within European multinationals have helped to Europeanise industrial relations. Although the European Commission views such agreements as an innovative tool for cooperation, it has yet to define a legal framework ...

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