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Wednesday, 25 October 2017

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Farmers call for investment to make rural areas ‘worth living in’[Agrifood / News] Europe needs to address the rural exodus with policies and investments that make farming an attractive career choice. But political uncertainty over the bloc’s agricultural policy is keeping investors away, experts said at an event organised by EURACTIV in Brussels on Tuesday (17 October).

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German bank regulator urges EU to be ready for hard Brexit[Politics / News] European Union regulators need temporary fixes in place to prevent market distortions in case banks based in Britain face a Brexit without a deal, Germany's financial watchdog said.

MEPs want human rights safeguard on tech exports[Digital / News] MEPs steering a controversial export control bill through the European Parliament have agreed to apply stricter human rights safeguards for technologies that can be used for online surveillance.

Caixabank’s move to transfer HQ is permanent, sees deposit loss[Politics / News] Caixabank's decision to move its legal headquarters out of Catalonia to calm investors was permanent, the lender's CEO said yesterday (24 October), saying the crisis between Spain and Catalonia had prompted some deposit outflows.

Barnier: UK likely to end up with Canada-style EU deal[Politics / News] Britain must choose from a range of existing off-the-peg models for its relationship to the European Union when it leaves the bloc, Brussels' chief negotiator Michel Barnier has told a group of newspapers.

Economy, finance take centre stage in Commission’s final legislative push[Economy & Jobs / News] Initiatives to strengthen the financial markets and deepen the economic and monetary union will play a major role in the European Commission’s work programme for 2018, the final one before the legislative machine slows down in the run-up to European elections in 2019.

Posted workers: Macron’s first victory in reforming the EU[Politics / News] 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 pushed by Emmanuel Macron. EURACTIV France reports.

EU gives Vietnam ‘yellow card’ over illegal fishing[Agrifood / News] The European Union said on Monday (23 October) it has given a "yellow card" to Vietnam, warning the Pacific country it could ban seafood exports unless Hanoi does more to tackle illegal fishing.

Calls grow for ‘green clause’ in EU trade deals[Global Europe / News] There is widespread consensus on the need to level the playing field for European companies confronted with environmental and social dumping from foreign competitors. Just how hard the EU should hit on wrongdoers remains a major sticking point, however.

EU Parliament wants up to €80 million cuts to Turkey’s 2018 pre-accession funds[Global Europe / News] The European Parliament will vote this week to cut pre-accession funds for Turkey by €50 million in 2018 and put an additional €30 million in reserve, Parliament rapporteur on the EU budget Siegfried MureÅŸan told EURACTIV.com in an interview.

Estonian Presidency reaches compromise on low-cost eastern labour[Global Europe / News] EU ministers yesterday night (23 October) struck a compromise after marathon talks about low-cost labour from Eastern and Central Europe, a decision affecting workers posted temporarily to more affluent bloc members.

EU cybersecurity chief: Now is the time to discuss liability[Digital / Interview] There needs to be more discussion about liability for cybersecurity attacks, Steve Purser, director of operators at the EU cybersecurity agency ENISA, told EURACTIV.com in an interview.

Catalonia, a viable independent state?[Politics / News] Nobel laureate Joseph Stiglitz tells EURACTIV.com that the region would be accepted in the EU and therefore become a viable independent economy if it applied, but the former chair of the UK's Financial Services Authority Adair Turner disagrees.

Italian regions vote in favour of autonomy in shadow of Catalonia crisis[Politics / News] Two wealthy regions of northern Italy voted overwhelmingly yesterday (22 October) for greater autonomy in referendums that could fan regional tensions in Europe at a time when Spain is striving to prevent Catalonia from breaking away.

Commission pushes for concluding Mercosur deal by end of year[Economy & Jobs / News] Despite France’s concerns about an EU-Mercosur deal, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker insisted on Friday (20 October) on reaching an agreement by the end of this year because it is “the most important” trade deal for Europe.

France and Poland hope for posted workers breakthrough[Economy & Jobs / News] After this week's European Council summit in Brussels, EU leaders are already preparing for their next meeting, which will take place in Sweden next month and focus on social issues. It's a divisive area and member states still have one major hurdle in their way before they reconvene.

Taxing the digital economy could slow progress on tax harmonisation[Digital / News] The issue of taxing the digital economy could undermine efforts for harmonising fiscal rules in Europe. Unless member states kill two birds with one stone. EURACTIV France reports.

What is next for eGovernment ?[Digital / Video] This year the Estonian EU Presidency is putting eGovernment at the forefront of discussions leading up to a Tallinn Declaration. Estonia is ranked number 1 in the EU and has emerged as a global leader in eGovernment operations.

Not so fast: Macron and his farmers get trade onto ‘full’ EU summit agenda[Agrifood / News] French President Emmanuel Macron has succeeded in pushing trade onto the agenda of the EU summit which starts on Thursday (19 October), calling for caution in commercial deals that would bring a surge of beef and other agricultural imports.

Europe’s ‘unicorns’ awarded thousands of euros to boost innovation[Economy & Jobs / News] Europe’s most innovative start-ups include a belt that tells you where to go, lego-like modular solar panels, and smart chemicals that give wood a second life. But ‘unicorn’ companies are a rare species in Europe: EURACTIV went to Budapest to learn what the EU does to breed more of them.

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Navracsics: Education policy is tomorrow’s economic policy[Economy & Jobs / Interview] Europe's future schools need to be more skills-oriented. Faced with falling education expenditure, member states need to keep focused on their education policy goals to ensure returns on investment, according to EU Education Commissioner Tibor Navracsics.

MEPs reach compromise on posted workers[Economy & Jobs / News] MEPs adopted the equal pay for equal work principle but the maximum time posted workers are allowed abroad remains unanswered. EURACTIV France reports.

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