Financial Transaction Reforms Explained

Posted by admin on May 8, 2010 in credit crunch, eu economy, european commission, stock market, stock market crash | Short Link
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Earlier this week, I was able to interview one of the key players and thinkers on the European Commission team for financial reform as a part of the ‘day job’. As mentioned here, David Wright, Deputy Director of DG Internal Market and Services, is one of the most public voices right now on the direction […]

Can The EU Lead On Financial Reforms?

Posted by admin on May 5, 2010 in credit crunch, eu economy, european commission, european economy, european parliament | Short Link
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The European Parliament should be leading the development of financial regulation reform. According to MEP Dr Kay Swinburne, member of the Special Committee on the Financial, Economic and Social Crisis (CRIS), many MEPs have the belief that if the European Parliament creates good, workable legislation – and does so first – the United States will […]

Do European Governments Care About Innovation?

Posted by admin on June 21, 2009 in economy, eu economy, european commission, european economy, european union, recession, small business act | Short Link
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Your author has just returned from a trip to Lisbon, Portugal, to attend the Eureka Innovation Days event. I was invited as part of a media partnership with my employer. We were there to interview a range of participants which would then be used as the basis for both blog posts and more ‘traditional’ online […]

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The Lisbon Interview Of Barroso Is Looking More Likely…

Posted by admin on May 9, 2009 in eu economy, european commission, european union, recession | Short Link
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In a recent post I asked, with my tongue firmly in my cheek, whether Mr Barroso, President of the European Commission would get the honour of meeting me. Well here we are on a lovely Schuman day in Brussels and it seems ever more likely that he will get that honour after all. Of course, […]

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Will Barroso Get The Honour?

Posted by admin on April 21, 2009 in economy, eu economy, european commission, european economy, european union | Short Link
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News travelling around the office of this author is that a business trip is in order. After the successes of being involved in interviewing Paul Krugman and at the European Business Summit, it looks as though I will be dispatched to Lisbon in June for an event. In truth, I am still rather unclear about […]

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Small Business – The Real National Economy

Last week I was able to sit in on a meeting with a couple of highly placed European Commission officials. We were discussing what will soon become known as the SBA – the Small Business Act. 2009 will be a year of many events and publicity for this new piece of EU legislation. Now I […]

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