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The 1989 cult movie “Back to the Future II” predicted that the year 2015 would bring with it a world of hover-boards, flying cars and self-lacing trainers, writes Carsten … [Read More...]

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Altapura, Val Thorens

Altapura, Val Thorens – Ski Palace Perfection

You’ve heard of a ‘ski palace’, right? Me neither. Not until I ascended into the clouds surrounding Val Thorens and was greeted by the five star Altapura hotel. At a heady … [Read More...]

Catalan Fashion

Catalan Fashion, An Industry With Expansion Stitched Up

Pertegaz, Antonio, Miró, Rosa Clará, Javier Simorra, Custo Barcelona, Desigual, Mango. These are just a few designers whose pieces of clothing can be visited at the Catalan … [Read More...]

European News & Comment

Amnesty International - Mediterranean - SAR

Libya Abuse Horrors Driving Migrants Into Sea

Refugees and migrants across Libya face rape, torture and abductions for ransom by traffickers and smugglers, as well as systematic exploitation by their employers, religious persecution and other … [Read More...]

Federica Mogherini, High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy and Vice-President of the EC

EU Needs Rethink On Latin America Relations

EU relations with Latin America should promote greater cooperation and socioeconomic equality with a focus on human rights, according to NGOs meeting at the second EU-CELAC Civil Society Forum held … [Read More...]

BUSINESSEUROPE Director General Markus J. Beyrer

“Mobilise Global Partners On Climate Deal” Says BUSINESSEUROPE

European Environment Ministers met today in Brussels to discuss preparations for the UN Climate Change conference which will take place in Paris in December. BUSINESSEUROPE Director General Markus … [Read More...]

Carsten Bruhn, Executive Vice Presid

Back To A Digitised Future For European Business

The 1989 cult movie “Back to the Future II” predicted that the year 2015 would bring with it a world of hover-boards, flying cars and self-lacing trainers, writes Carsten Bruhn, Executive Vice … [Read More...]

Boyko Borissov, Bulgarian Prime Minister

“Bulgaria Must Investigate Hate Crimes,” Says Amnesty

Bulgaria’s failure to adequately investigate and prosecute hate crimes is fuelling fear, discrimination and ultimately violence, says Amnesty International in a new report published today. Missing … [Read More...]

Jonathan Hill

Hills Says Pension Funds Could Get Two Year Clearing Exemption

The European Commission has published a report recommending granting pension funds a two-year exemption from central clearing requirements for their over-the-counter (OTC) derivative transactions. The … [Read More...]

Marianne Thyssen

Thyssen Proposes €8.7m Aid For Greek Media Workers

The European Commission has proposed to mobilise the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund (EGF) to help 1,633 workers made redundant in the media sectors (publishing, programming and broadcasting) … [Read More...]

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