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EU seeks coalition to respond to Trump’s steel tariffs[Economy & Jobs / News] The EU is in contact with other countries to forge a coordinated response to US President Donald Trump’s decision to impose tariffs on steel and aluminium, but the Europeans warn that they will be prepared to respond “with or without them”.

Trump’s steel tariffs: How to avoid a trade war[Economy & Jobs / Opinion] Europe should avoid over-reacting to US announcements on aluminium and steel tariffs, writes Christofer Fjellner.

Russia’s EU ambassador: ‘Donbass is part of Ukraine’[Europe's East / Interview] In a wide-ranging interview on Monday (5 March), Russia’s ambassador to the EU Vladimir Chizhov discussed Syria and eastern Ukraine, the current tensions between Gazprom and Naftogaz, as well as the Italian election.

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Mobile World Congress: Europe rushes to keep pace on connectivity

The EU is racing to make the superfast 5G mobile technology available for consumers by 2025 but is lagging behind faster competitors in Asia and the US. Regulators and companies from around the world are under pressure as they gather at this week’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. There’s an extra layer of urgency for EU legislators, who are in the middle of negotiating a major telecoms regulation and legislation affecting privacy rules for the sector.

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Bozhidar Danev: Part of Bulgaria’s fuel sector lies in the grey economy [Oil and Industry / Interview]

Baltic ministers prepare US summit for ‘sending message to Putin’ [Defence and security / News]

Putin, Borissov discuss energy projects, again [Energy & Environment / News]

Don’t you forget about me: US is still Europe’s most important trade partner by Heidi Obermeyer [Economy & Jobs / Opinion]

Don’t be fooled: ‘Efficiency First’ is a necessary discipline by Edith Bayer, Jan Rosenow, Richard Cowart [Energy & Environment / Opinion]

Young people and Brexit: Are we listening to the next generation?Young people and Brexit: Are we listening to the next generation? [Politics / Video]
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Greenpeace: Cut out meat to meet Paris Agreement goals [CAP reform / News]

Murky world of Golden Visas puts EU at risk of corruption by Rachel Owens [Politics / Opinion]

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The GSMA has released the results of the Mobile Connect and eIDAS implementation pilot.

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What is the EU doing about metastatic breast cancer?

Metastatic breast cancer kills half a million women in the EU every year, yet progress on the quality of life and survival time of patients remains elusive. A group of MBC experts has urged policymakers to empower patients with greater choice and participation in their treatment and care, to improve the quality of life of patients, carers and families. Will the EU listen to them?

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