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On the 6th of February 2018, the European Centre for International Political Economy published a study on cyberespionnage and industrial competitiveness.   European and US officials warn that foreign governments are hacking into “everything that doesn’t move” to steal commercial secrets. Europe is securing personal information with...

On the 1st of February 2018, EU Ministers of Economy opened a political discussion on the future of industrial policy in Europe, with the aim of preparing a comprehensive and long-term EU industrial strategy with a horizon of 2030. The Ministers met in Sofia in the...

The Connected and Automated Driving in Europe Initiative has published the 4th issue of the #EUGoesDriverless newsletter. It provides you with some of most relevant 2017 events and activities of the CARTRE and SCOUT project. Entitled “Into 2018: moving forward to automated driving”, this edition focuses on the ITS...

On the 31st of January 2018, the European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA) has produced the first version of a report that provides an overview of key emerging technologies and their associated security challenges, and aims to identify future security issues associated...

On the 31st of January, the European Commission has endorsed horizontal provisions for cross-border data flows and personal data protection in trade negotiations.   As the protection of personal data is a fundamental right in the EU, it cannot be subject to negotiations in the context of EU...

For the third year in a row CLEPA – the European Association of Automotive Suppliers – is organising the celebrated “CLEPA Innovation Awards” competition, and applications are now open!   The initiative, supported by management consultancy Deloitte, will mark outstanding and innovative achievements made in the automotive...

Understandably, and for years, technology neutrality has been the guiding principle for emission legislation in the transport sector. The EU has continually led the world with respect to automotive CO2 reductions, enabled by European suppliers and manufacturers constantly innovating and providing technology solutions which are...

The European Commission decided on the 25th of January to refer Malta and Romania to the Court of Justice of the EU for failing to notify their national policy frameworks under Directive 2014/94/EU on the deployment of alternative fuels infrastructure. The national policy frameworks are the main instrument to ensure the...