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Tuomas Malinen 5h
Politics seem to be quite broken everywhere, but our PM worries me quite a bit. She's economically incompetent, and throwing the Finnish under a bus. She's also too weak to stand up against the EU with the . We're on the path of Greece.
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Addison County Economic Development Corporation 16h
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Reset-Dialogues Oct 19
Come see who will be participating in our upcoming event "Europe at a Crossroads After the Shock" Join our Facebook event to stay informed on how you can follow the conference! Look forward to seeing you there!
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Zygimantas Oct 15
Latest updates on funding towards retrofitting and other departments.
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GnS Economics Oct 20
Weidmann not agreeing with Lagarde “What is worrying is large-scale borrowing at level. This kind of borrowing should remain a one-off crisis measure, as permanently raising joint does not square with EU’s institutional framework”
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Torbjorn Olausson 21h
Always interesting to speak in front of cyber space and a 🎥 . A few in the audience makes you 😊. Today's subject:
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Tilly Metz MEP Oct 20
💔 That’s why we need to be coherent to the and in every policy decision!
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Tuomas Malinen Oct 14
No surprise here. And, remember that it was these "leaders" that first proposed the to bailout German and especially French banks. We are in good hands... (Not).
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The Real Donald Duck Oct 21
He refused to follow orders and beat voters, he did however confiscate more ballot boxes and close more polling stations than Spain's Jack boot'ed thugs, without resorting to violence. charged him with sedition.
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The Corner Oct 20
has put forward 110 projects eligible for the . They would mean a total investment of €19 Bn (53% of its Enterprise Value). So the company is requesting €16 Bn (85% of implicit leverage) from Europe
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Webuild Oct 18
Key factor to restart will be &winning combination of work, modernization &supply chain support that they provide. Resources from will ensure 25%increase in public investment over next 5years.
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Independent Retail Europe Oct 19
Replying to @IndeRetailEU
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Romania in the EU 🇷🇴 Oct 20
Ambassador joining 9th Edition of Ro Energy Day (via VTC):”Energy is an essential sector for economic recovery & for reaching climate goals, within a flexible framework. = opportunity for 🇹🇩 to modernise energy system & implement future technologies”
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CllrJay Oct 20
Amazing news for community sports clubs well done
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GnS Economics Oct 20
Lagarde worried on delays “The Commission’s aim is to be able to distribute these funds at the beginning of 2021, and this timeline must be kept” “We need rapid ... adoption of the measures by national parliaments”
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andrea Oct 18
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Redfish_UK Oct 16
The Early Years Alliance Covid-19 Recovery Fund, launched in July, has provided grants of up to £750 to 52 of its members to help with the challenge of reopening provision during the Covid-19 crisis. 🙏
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Michael Totschnig Oct 19
The BETRAYS the we want. The money goes to polluters today and the next generation will pay the bill tomorrow! STOP THE FRAUD. , we need an exclusion list for a fossil-free
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Francesco Aiello Oct 16
Regional economic divide in Italy: less state, more market in this "old" paper (joint with V.Scoppa). UNEVEN REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN ITALY: EXPLAINING DIFFERENCES IN PRODUCTIVITY LEVELS
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Bruegel Oct 16
READ 📰 When will the EU member states get their share of the ? Well, not so fast. | Blog by . ⏩
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