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What country will be next?EU enlargement

What country will be next?

The EU is set to welcome Croatia as its newest member on 1 July, 40 years after the UK, Ireland and Denmark joined in the first-ever enlargement. Leer más

European Commission and payment cards: will consumers have to pay more?Pascal Paul CEO and founder of Moov card

European Commission and payment cards: will consumers have to pay more?

While everywhere in Europe our leaders are searching for the most efficient and cheapest means to restore growth, the European Commission is working on a proposal with unforeseen consequences. These consequences could harm consumers and strongly undermine innovative economic sectors which tomorrow´s growth depends on. Leer más

BBC uses university  students to cover a documentary in North KoreaPolemic

BBC uses university students to cover a documentary in North Korea

Students at the London School of Economics say the BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation) used a university trip to North Korea as cover for filming an undercover documentary on the reclusive country. Leer más

Does Cyprus need European help?Cyprus uncertainty

Does Cyprus need European help?

EU awaits bailout "Plan B". The Eurogroup stands ready to discuss with the Cypriot authorities a draft new proposal, which it expects the Cyprus authorities to present as rapidly as possible. Leer más

Spanish citizens complain against political scandals and economic situation Ongoing spanish demostrations

Spanish citizens complain against political scandals and economic situation

Tens of thousands of demonstrators are marching in dozens of Spanish cities to protest record unemployment rates and the government´s handling of the economic and corruption scandals. It comes just after Spain´s jobless figure hit the 5 million mark. Leer más

Quebec´s students against tuition increasesEducation summit

Quebec´s students against tuition increases

Several groups laid out their plans for the Quebec government´s long anticipated higher education summit. The higher education summit is taking place the 25th and 26th of February at Arsenal. Fifteen groups invited to the summit will be sharing their ideas about how to solve long-standing issues plaguing higher education. Leer más

Technology Revolution will transform our economyPaul Krugman:

Technology Revolution will transform our economy

A life-changing technology revolution, which we thought it was decades away, is upon us, says economist Paul Krugman, author of a lot of books ans manuals, in a post about innovative industry trends and breakthroughs published by Business Insider. Leer más

Paul Krugman:

Technology Revolution Will Transform Our Economy

A life-changing technology revolution, which we thought it was decades away, is upon us, says economist Paul Krugman, author of a lot of books ans manuals, in a post about innovative industry trends and breakthroughs published by Business Insider. Leer más

Tuition fees

University fees sharp rise extends throughout all Europe

Hungarian Students complain against rising tuition fees while Finland is studying to charge distinct fees to students from outside EU. Leer más

The Daily Telegraph

Britain will be weaker without EU, says Washington

US government is increasingly worried by developments in the UK, where anti-EU sentiment and the Ukip (UK Independence Party: 6% or 7% in the polls) are on the rise, The Daily Telegraph reports. Leer más

Financial Times:

Lost illusions on Europe

In his forthcoming speech on Europe, due on January 18, UK Prime Minister David Cameron must take account of the Conservative Party´s eurosceptic mood, but above all speak for the country rather than the party and keep Britain in Europe, argues a Financial Times editorial.  Leer más

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