European Institutions

  • EU Seeks New Rules on Tax Governance

    March 20, 2015

    The Irish Times reports that following the European Commission's proposal to require EU member states to publicly disclose information on corporate tax rulings each quarter, the Commission plans to advance a proposal to establish a single set of rules for calculating corporations' taxable profits in the EU.

  • Activists Call for EU Legal Action over U.K. Energy Use

    March 19, 2015

    The Guardian reports that campaigners are calling on EU officials to pursue legal action against the British Government over the U.K.'s alleged failure to abide by Brussels regulations requiring governments to increase their countries' energy efficiency.

  • EU Resolution Calls for Stronger Foreign Policy

    March 19, 2015

    The European Parliament has passed a resolution calling for a stronger EU foreign policy through "permanent structural cooperation" and "pooling and sharing" of national resources.

  • ECB President Calls for "Quantum Leap" in Integration

    March 19, 2015

    Arguing that the eurozone countries had "integrated too much to even entertain reversing the process," President of the European Central Bank ("ECB") Mario Draghi has called for a "quantum leap" forward in the convergence of eurozone institutions.

  • Juncker Rejects EU Treaty Changes on Free Movement

    March 18, 2015

    While indicating a willingness to work with U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron on ensuring that EU free movement rules are not abused, President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker has rejected the possibility of amending the free movement provisions in EU treaties.

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