European Institutions

  • UK Confirms Continuity of UK-EU Air Travel After Brexit

    March 08, 2019

    The UK Department of Transport has issued a press release confirming that, based on UK government measures and a soon-to-be-finalized EU aviation regulation, a no-deal Brexit scenario will not affect flights between the UK and EU.

  • Document Indicates End of EU “Digital Tax” Effort

    March 07, 2019

    Reuters reports that, according to a document from the presidency of the Council of the EU, EU finance ministers are set to reject a proposal for a bloc-wide “digital tax” on multinational tech companies in favor of working on tax reform on a global level at the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.

  • EU Budget Includes Development of “European Area of Justice”

    March 07, 2019

    An agreement reached by the European Parliament and Council of the EU on portions of the EU budget supporting the development of an integrated “European area of justice” includes “monitoring activities” to understand “obstacles to the smooth function” of legal systems across the EU.

  • EC Lauds Progress Under “Circular Economy” Initiative

    March 07, 2019

    The European Commission (EC) has published a report celebrating its achievements under its Circular Economy Action Plan in moving toward a “climate-neutral, competitive circular economy” and achieving the UN’s comprehensive Sustainable Development Goals.

  • EU Governments Object to Money Laundering “Blacklist”

    March 07, 2019

    Politico reports that EU member states are set to block a “blacklist” requiring European banks to perform “enhanced due diligence” of their transactions in identified countries with allegedly lax treatment of money laundering, as the EU governments question the efficacy of the process through which the countries on the blacklist were chosen.

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