Four (and a half) reasons why Schengen would be better off with Bulgaria and Romania

By |december 12th, 2017|Bulgaria, Eastern Europe, EU enlargement, Europe's East, European Parliament, eurosceptics, MEPs, News, populism, Romania, Sergei Stanishev|

The refusal to extend the Schengen area to Bulgaria and Romania is a blatant example of lack of solidarity, disrespect for commitments and disregard for the EU’s own decision-making process, writes Sergei Stanishev.

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Szydlo: Poland is not going to leave the EU

By |november 15th, 2017|Beata Szydło, Eastern Europe, News, Poland, Visegrad 4|

"Poland belongs to the EU and the EU belongs to Poland," Prime Minister Beata Szydło affirmed as the European Union considers launching an unprecedented infringement procedure against Warsaw over the rule of law. EURACTIV Poland reports.

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Posted workers: Macron’s first victory in reforming the EU

By |oktober 24th, 2017|Eastern Europe, Emmanuel Macron, mobility package, News, posted workers, single labour market, social dumping, transport sector, trucks|

After lengthy negotiations, EU member states found a compromise on Monday (23 October) on the reform of posted workers, one of the pivotal issues for the EU reform envisaged by Emmanuel Macron. Euractiv France reports.

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Eastern Europe’s shadow economy: What citizens think [Sponsored]

By |julij 11th, 2017|Acumen, Eastern Europe, MasterCard, News, shadow economy|

A new poll commissioned by Mastercard shows that citizens across Eastern Europe are not fans of the shadow economy.

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Commission insists poor-performing regions need structural reforms

By |april 12th, 2017|cohesion policy, Corina Crețu, Eastern Europe, News, SMEs, Southern Europe|

The European Commission yesterday (11 April) suggested that regions with a lower level of growth could benefit from greater institutional capacity and structural reforms that could facilitate investment. EURACTIV Spain reports.

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Romanian MEP: EU needs food quality agency

By |marec 9th, 2017|Daciana Sârbu, Eastern Europe, food quality, News, product quality, Romania|

Food quality in Western Europe can differ greatly to what Central and Eastern European shops stock on their shelves. S&D group MEP Daciana Sârbu spoke to EURACTIV Romania about the issue and promoting local produce.

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