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EU agrees to draft proposal to raise taxes on internet giants[Digital / News] A majority of member states agreed to start preparing a new levy on digital companies to compensate for low-tax regimes that cost billions of euros to European governments.

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Trump told that Paris Agreement is ‘irreversible and non-negotiable’[Global Europe / News] The terms of the Paris Agreement are set in stone, the EU, China and Canada agreed at a summit in Montreal this weekend, while Washington was forced to deny that the US is planning to stay in the accord.

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Germany’s Free Democrats may stall EU reform hopes [Global Europe / News]

Serbia’s gay PM at Pride takes tolerance ‘one step at a time’ [Global Europe / News]

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Privacy Shield: A strong framework for transatlantic digital trade by Victoria A. Espinel [Digital / Opinion]

Stanley Johnson: In 50 years, Brexit may look like the right move at the right time [Politics / Interview]

It’s time to switch gears on electric vehicle uptake across Europe by Hans De Keulenaer and Diego Garcia Carvajal [Transport / Opinion]

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The Brief: What happens when the Commission ‘fully respects’ a referendum outcome [ / News]

Digital revolution forces rethink of labour and welfare [Economy & Jobs / News]

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Trans-Europe Express: Pre-war Europe blues [Global Europe / News]

What the EU risks by opening up its market to Brazilian sugar cane ethanol by Emmanuel Desplechin [Agrifood / Opinion]

France and Juncker disagree over eurozone priorities [Politics / News]

The EU’s militarisation of development aid [Global Europe / News]

It’s cheaper to save energy than to buy it, despite misleading claims by Jan Rosenow [Energy & Environment / Opinion]

Green groups say Greece granting illegal permits to polluting plants [Politics / News]

For the EU, the real ‘Middle Kingdom’ is still the US by Salvatore Babones [Economy & Jobs / Opinion]

Financing a ‘global new deal’: How to collect a trillion dollars [Global Europe / News]

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