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Ursula von der Leyen – Is she a good leader?

Uncategorized By 7 August, 2019 No Comments

Will Ursula von der Leyen, Charles Michel and Josep Borrell be able to turn things round? The latest report from the European Council on Foreign Relations and coauthors Mark Leonard, cofounder and director of ECFR, and Carl Bildt, cochair of ECFR – From plaything to player: How Europe can stand up for itself in the next five years – argues that Europeans still have the power to take their destiny into their own hands – if they make major changes to how they organize themselves.

MERCOSUR: more opportunities for the EU

Uncategorized By 15 July, 2019 No Comments

by Mariia Chaplia

EU-Mercosur agreement will significantly boost trade between the EU and the Mercosur bloc. By giving the Mercosur bloc a preferential access to the European food market, the deal would allow European consumers to enjoy a greater choice of beef, poultry, sugar, and honey at a lower price. The EU-Mercosur FTA is undoubtedly a big win for consumer choice.

SPAIN: Moving with electricity

Uncategorized By 28 October, 2018 No Comments

Noone would have bet on that years ago, but now Spain is leading the e-mobility in cities. Madrid and Barcelona are references in how reorganizing the trafic towards an emmission free mobility. Many iniciatives have been started, among those as well the e-Mobility Hub, a pioneering centre at a national and international level for electric mobility technologyLocated in Viladecavalls.