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Road safety: Progress in cutting EU road deaths falls to 2% in 2011
Progress in cutting road fatalities significantly slowed last year (to -2%) compared with a very promising EU-wide reduction throughout the last decade (on average -6%), according to new figures p...
30 Mar 2012 - Read more
CLEPA calls for fair play in trade agreements
"We need an assertive Commission, to ensure fair play and enforce the reciprocity rule in its agreements with international partners," said incoming CLEPA Chief Executive, Jean-Marc Gales, at CLEP...
29 Mar 2012 - Read more
BELGIUM: European Commission convenes auto summit for 6 June
Exhaustive results of a study into the acute problems currently facing the auto sector will be unveiled by the European Commission at a summit in Brussels on 6 June. European automakers are current...
28 Mar 2012 - Read more
Tajani backs away from 2025 fuel efficiency fight
A recent moratorium on new legislation in the automobile sector announced by the European Industry Commissioner Antonio Tajani is being quietly shelved, EurActiv has learned. In a declaration of su...
26 Mar 2012 - Read more
Experts quizzed over how to stimulate innovation in the EU
Europe lags behind when it comes to translating breakthrough technologies into business opportunities but the EU aims to overcome this with Horizon 2020, a €80 billion plan to boost research and...
23 Mar 2012 - Read more
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